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  1. Hi. I'm running one of my Emby clients on my Shield TV Pro, what I feel would be a really good feature would to be able to cast the audio of the Video Media I'm watching to a Google Home Device or Group. This would improve the quality of the audio considerably against my TV's built-in speakers, without having to purchase a soundbar, of course I realise sound bars offer channel/voice separation etc, but just the richer sound from the better speakers is enough for me and I suspect quite a few other users. I have "tested" the audio quality using the Bluetooth connection options on both devices, unfortunately Bluetooth being what it is the connection is hit and miss, whereas I have found generally using Google's casting far more robust. Hoping to hear this is possible and something you could consider for a future release. Regards, Bob
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