Google Home Max utilizes machine learning to automatically adjust equalizer settings based on the acoustics of your room. To that end, it takes advantage of 4.5-inch (114 mm) high-excursion dual-voice-coil woofers, as well as two 0.7-inch (18mm) tweeters. The Home Max allows you to use your voice to control popular services like Spotify Free and Premium, YouTube Music, Google Play Music or Pandora.
Looks like Google'a premium smart speaker has hit the market just in time for the holidays.
The Home Max is pretty pricey, but if it sounds as good as Google advertised it might be worth it for those who primarily want to stream music and other content from the hardware. You only buy a few for one room, but enjoy the experience so much that you go out and buy some more for a different room.
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The Home Max supports a range of music file formats, including AAC, AAC+, MP3, FLAC and WAV, has both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless streaming from the majority of sources.
Interestingly, the Google Home Max is created to place either vertically or horizontally.
The Google Home Max is a larger, more powerful smart home speaker that offers twenty times the power of a regular Google Home speaker - making it an audiophile's dream. We imagine that'll be changing soon, so stay tuned for more. If you have any queries or questions to ask or have any feedbacks to share, kindly let us know in the comments section.