Google Home Max is 20 Times Louder than the Original

November 16, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is on the process of rolling out a slew of updates to the Google Home speakers. Additionally, they are also vamping the hardware depot. Following the launch of the Google Home Mini speakers last month, it now appears that a new device is about to make its way to the market.

Called Google Home Max, the device has been now spotted in FCC this week after being announced last month. As the name suggests, Google seems to have maxed out the specification for the latest entry to the Google Home speaker family.

The device will come with dual 4.5-inch high-excursion woofers to up the audio experience, which will be augmented by the accompanying 7-inch tweets. Together, the Google Home Max is said to deliver music 20 times louder than its predecessor speakers. The speaker can be connected via Bluetooth, auxiliary jack or Cast.

The FCC listing also reveals support for Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO), a reflection of the support for multi-device pairing. This will let users stream audio on multiple Home Max speakers in sync through a single device. The feature is also said to be rolling out to the original Home speakers via the latest update.

Additionally, the device will also feature Smart Sound, which will help the device adapt to the environment based on location and time of the day. Google’s latest update for the Home also comes coded for the new speakers. Besides, it also receives new tweaks to the equalizer settings.

Google Home Max will be available next month for $399. The device will have Chalk and Charcoal color variants. It will also include a silicone magnetic base so as to place the device vertically or horizontally.

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