Nest Audio comes with privacy built in. You can delete your Assistant history by saying, “Hey Google, delete what I just said.” Or to turn off the mic, just use the switch on the back.
It's all about sound.
Just say, "Hey Google, play some music," and crisp vocals and powerful bass fill the room. Nest Audio adapts to your environment and whatever you're listening to, so music sounds better.
Music here. Music there. Music everywhere.
Create a home audio system that fills your home with sound.* Nest Audio works together with your other Nest speakers and displays, Chromecast-enabled devices, or compatible speakers. And it's easy to set up.
Connect with family and friends.
Nest Audio helps you stay in touch. Just say, “Hey Google” to broadcast messages on every Nest speaker and display in the house. Use your Nest speakers as an intercom and chat from room to room. And make audio calls with Duo.***
Huge help around the house.
You can say things like, "Hey Google, what's the weather this weekend?" Ask Google about the news or sports scores. Hear your schedule.** Make calls.*** And set timers and alarms. Even turn on the lights or turn up the heat.**** All with your voice.
Thoughtfully designed. Environmentally sound.
Inspired by your home, Nest Audio's colors, size, and shape fit beautifully into any room. It's also designed with the environment in mind.
*Compatible smart devices required.
**Personalized features required additional enrollment and set up, for up to six users.
***To make calls, you and the person your calling must both have a Google Duo account.
****Compatible smart lights or smart thermostat required.
Google is finally realizing that one of the biggest reasons people buy a smart speaker is to be... a speaker. First generation Google Home was a great smart device and a mediocre speaker. Now with the Nest Audio we finally have an incredible Google Assistant device with an incredible speaker. I love the sound it produces. I love how loud it gets. I love the look of it. I love how sensitive the microphones are. I LOVE the price. I was on the fence about buying another Sonos One speaker, but I'm glad I waited because this is half the price, sounds just as good, and is a way better smart speaker. Also for some insane reason you still can't cast music to Sonos. Good riddance Sonos, hello Nest Audio.
I’m an Apple loyalist first and foremost, however with Google’s mesh wifi system, I had to switch as I got tired of spending $600 for a descent router. After switching, I got a little excited that I can add nest audio to my setup and I was a little weary that the sound would be sub par. I was wrong. They got these right. Now full disclosure, these aren’t a sonos situation, but for $59 (Black Friday deal) these are a home run and I love the added benefit of the “Hey Google” mic. Super accurate and well worth the switch. Now if they only sold a sub to pair with these little piece of awesomeness. Don’t hesitate.
Great sound, I bought two of them for 28 foot motorhome with a super slide that I live in, it’s about 300 ft.² and I listen to my music at about 80% volume because I like it loud, great bass and treble fills my motorhome
I absolutely love the quality of this speaker! I currently own 3 of these speakers and have them connected to 6 other Google Speakers/hub around the home. It is awesome to have music playing from each speaker, with no lagging. This speaker can also be connected to other devices via Bluetooth. I highly recommend this speaker to anyone looking for an economical speaker with amazing sound.
Purchased the speaker primarily to use in my bedroom with my iPad.
The sound was so good looks lie I will need to purchase a 2nd speaker to acquire a balanced sound. Which you can't get when the nest is paired with a Google Mini. One review called it the sweet spot between price and quality! Exactly right in my view.
Compact smart speaker sounds great for its size. Huge improvement over original Google Home. Great looking too.
I bought two a paired them as a stereo set which works very well. I have them in a rather open space so I don't think one on its own would be great sound for the whole room. However, with two of them, it works well.
These aren't going to blow your mind or produce massively loud volume. More like gentle giants (not physically).
Great upgrade to the Google home line. Speaker's quality is clear and has decent bass. The assistant is very responsive and the device itself is very nice to look at so you do not have to worry about finding a location for it that is out of sight. Setting this bad boy to max volume will definitely get your place shaking.
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about size, usability, design and price. Editors are less positive about connectivity and microphone and have mixed opinions about treble quality. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 99/100 = Excellent quality.
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A:AnswerYes. You can create an audio group for all Google Home/Nest speakers and displays and Chromecast devices for synchronous music throughout your home. Take a look at the following link for more information: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7174267
A:AnswerYes. Nest Audio comes with a 30W power adapter with an auto-volt input voltage of 100V - 240V and output voltage of 24V. However, the plug differs for some regions and you may need to use an adapter.
A:AnswerDefinitely! You can listen to your favorite internet radio stations such as iHeartRadio, TuneIn, Radio.com, etc. using Nest Mini. Just say ¨Hey Google! Play <radio station name>¨ command on your Nest Mini. You can learn more about other commands you can use to listen to radio stations with Nest Mini here: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7071793
A:AnswerYou can play it through Spotify using vocal commands as long as you set up your Spotify account through the Google Home app to link it to the speaker. You can also adjust the volume via phone as you would normally.
A:AnswerAbsolutely! You can control the volume of Nest Audio via touch controls.You can tap the right side of the Nest Audio to increase and tap on the left side to decrease the volume. Find out more information here: https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7072489
A:AnswerHi James, there is no difference in the smarts between the Nest Mini and the Nest Audio. They can do the same things, including broadcast. The only difference is the size and sound quality.
If you are looking for great sound, get the Nest Audio. If you are looking for decent quality sound in every room, get the Nest Mini. Also, note that the Nest Mini frequently goes on sale for $30.
Hope this helps!
A:AnswerYes, you can. You may set up Nest Audio as a group speaker with your TV if it's having a Chromecast device or a built-in Chromecast. You may also have the option to pair Nest Audio via Bluetooth, if your TV supports Bluetooth connectivity.