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Onkyo NCP-302 FireConnect Wireless Speaker $249 (RRP $649) @ Digital Cinema (48 Hours Only)


Impressive Audio From Virtually Any Source
Fill your movie room, office, or computer room with full-bodied sound with the Onkyo NCP-302 wireless network speaker. Featuring built-in Chromecast Wireless Audio and DTS Play-Fi Audio Casting, it allows you to easily connect audio from your favorite sources—even with apps like Spotify, Pandora, and TuneIn Radio. Once connected, you can select music, change speaker groupings, and manage playback with the Onkyo app for iOS or Android. The speaker itself is outfitted with dual 3.25-inch dynamic woofers, a 1-inch balanced dome tweeter, and a tuned bass-reflex enclosure for clear and powerful audio, no matter what you’re listening to. The speaker has built-in Bluetooth 4.1 and an AUX connection as well.

Power Consumption: 10 W
Standby Mode: 0.5 W
Standby Mode (Network Standby): 3.0 W
Dimensions: 12.6 x 4 3.2 x 6.75 in (32 x 17.2 x 10.6 cm)
Weight: 5.7 lbs (2.6 kg)

Output Power, Woofer: 14W (4 Ohms, 1 kHz, 1% THD)
Output Power, Tweeter: 9W (8 Ohms, 10 kHz, 1% THD)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Woofer: 75 dB (1 kHz, A-weight)
Tweeter: 75 dB (10 kHz, A-weight)
Speaker System

Speaker Type: 2-Way Bass Reflex
Woofer: 3.75 in (7.7 cm) Diaphragm x 2
Tweeter: 1 in (2.6 cm) Balanced Dome
Tuned Bass-Reflex Enclosure

Chromecast built-in Wireless Audio Casting Technology
FlareConnect Wireless Multi-Room Audio Streaming Technology
DTS Play-Fi Support (Via Firmware Update)
App Control via iOS and Android-Powered Devices
TIDAL High Fidelity Music Streaming
Spotify Connect
TuneIn Radio
WiFi Certified (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n): 5 Ghz / 2.4 Ghz
Bluetooth: Built-in (Version 4.1+LE)

Wired LAN Input
⅛ in (3.5 mm) Auxiliary Input
App for Fast Network Setup
Physical Controls: Play/Pause, Skip, Stop, Volume
Auto Power On and Playback (Upon Network Signal Detection)
⅛ in (3.5 mm) auxiliary cable
Instruction manual
AC adapter
AC cord

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closed Comments

  • Hi OP
    Are you able to comment on the sound quality vs a Google Home Max or a JBL Link 500? I'm really just looking for a "decent" sounding all-in-one speaker to replace an old Tivoli table radio in the living room and this looks like it could be just the thing, especially since it has Chromecast built it. The only thing holding me back are some reports on Amazon of units getting "bricked" after a firmware update.

  • Hi ebosh. These are all Australian models. While we havent had any customer to date tell us about this issue, even if they do get bricked its covered under warranty by us and Onkyo Australia.

    • Cool thanks. Any comment on the sound quality? I know it isn't going to set the world on fire for the size and price, but I don't want it to be crappy either. For context, I borrowed a GH Max and I was more than happy with the sound but the price was too much to swallow.

  • Does anyone know if this would work with the Onkyo LS7200? I know in the LS7200 manual it mentions "FlareConnect" but the speakers above are "FireConnect", not sure what the difference is if any.

  • Does anyone know if you can control this speaker with TuneIn Radio when connected via wi-fi instead of Bluetooth?

  • any deals on AV Receivers or stereo amps?

  • A good deal on a Onkyo TX-NR686 would be well received.

    • The best we can do on these at the moment is $999 including free metro delivery which would make it the cheapest in the country at the moment of any authorised dealer. If its of any interest let me know I will reply back with a discount code