href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/google/" >Google has created a new product called the Google Home Max and has brought href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/diplo/" >Diplo and href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/valentino-khan/" >Valentino Khan on board to promote the launch. The Home Max supports a variety of streaming services, including href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/spotify/" >Spotify, href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/YouTube/" >YouTube Music, and Google Play. Unlike the Google Home Mini, which aims to compete against href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/amazon/" >Amazon’s Echo Dot, the Home Max looks to compete against the still unreleased Apple HomePod, or the Sonos Play:1.
“Just like the Pixel reimagined the camera, we’ll do the same with sound, the speaker needs to adjust to your home. So today, we’re announcing smart sound, that allows the speaker to adjust to you: your home, your preferences.” -Rishi Chandra
Google Home Max costs $399 and will come out in the US in December with a free 12 month subscription to YouTube Music. Google enlisted Diplo to tell us how he’s critical of the quality of sound from devices and why having them in every room of his home for listening is essential to his life.
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