Oct 04 AT 11:57 AM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Google Home Max features better sound


Today, Google not only announced the Google Home Mini, but also a bigger Home device with better speakers.

Google Home Max is for the music fan, the one who wants the best possible listening experience. It features Smart Sound, a feature that will automatically adjust the sound based on the room where the Google Home Max is located. It’s all done dynamically, so if you even move Home Max just a few feet, the sound will adapt to the new location. The volume can lower and get louder based on what you’re listening to or what sounds are going on in the background.

YouTube Music is featured on the Google Home Max, and the smart speaker will support Spotify (free and paid) as well as other streaming services. Google Home Max also supports Google Cast and Bluetooth as well as direct input. Google Home Max features Google Assistant on board, too, allowing customers to quickly check the schedule, play games, and more.

Google Home Max is priced at $399 and available in Chalk and Charcoal colors. It’ll be available to start in the U.S., and it includes 12-month subscription to YouTube Red, too. It goes on sale this December.

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