Google Home Max Is Your New In-House Party Machine
Google today announced Google Home Max, a more powerful, music-focused version of its Google Home product. The divice includes two 4.5-inch woofers, two 0.7-inch tweeters, and the ability to create massive volume levels. The software dynamically tunes the speaker to work best with the local environment. It supports cast, Bluetooth, and AUX input for a variety of sources. Google Assistant is built-in, or course, and Home Max works with Play Music as well as Spotify and other streaming music services. It can stand horizontally or vertically and should fit easily into most homes or apartments. The speaker includes a free year of YouTube Red, which offers an ad-free viewing experience. Google Home Max will be available in December for $399 in chalk and charcoal.
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