Google is introducing a new member to the Home family: Google Home Max.
At the company’s hardware event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Google revealed the high-end new speakers that will fill entire rooms with personalized sound.
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Max is comprised of two 4.5 inch high-excursion woofers, which spread sound throughout large spaces.
The speaker is said to be 20 times more powerful than Google Home, which is pretty darn impressive, and uses Smart Sound to adapt to you and your personal preferences such as lowering volume in the morning or raising it when it’s harder to hear, such as when a dishwasher is running.
Max supports Google Cast, Bluetooth, and has Stereo Aux Input. so you can play music from your mobile device, and of course has a built in Google assistant.
Using Voice Match, Max can become your own personal DJ, playing music specific to you from anywhere in the room.
The device comes in two colors — chalk and charcoal — and will be available in December for $399 each.