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Its smooth contour has rounded edges and a lovely cloth speaker grille that is so seamlessly installed, it looks like it and the surrounding matte plastic are one piece. The cloth has a slight sheen to it, and white LEDs glow behind its surface to display volume levels.
An ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness of the LEDs. Beneath the grille, dual 0. These drivers are powered by Class D amplifiers. It's rather heavy, weighing in at Adjusting the volume is done using the touch-sensitive surface that runs lengthwise along the speaker's top panel—slide your finger left to lower or right to raise volume.
These levels work in conjunction with your mobile device's master levels when you are connected via Bluetooth. We found these controls to be exceptionally responsive, but, of course, you can also just talk to the Home Max.
You can say, "set volume," from one to ten, or use percentages. Along the back panel, there's a mic switch—this turns the mic for Google Assistant and the speakerphone on and off. The speaker utilizes an array of six far-field mics to pick up your voice commands from a distance.
At the bottom of the back panel, there's a connection for the included power cable, a USB-C port which passes through power to charge your phone, and also surprisingly acts as an Ethernet port with an adapterand a 3.
You can't attach external storage or an audio source to the USB-C port. A silicone rubber base ships with the Home Max, and can be placed beneath it to keep it from dancing across tabletops.
The same base, which resembles a gray pancake with a Google G at its center, can be placed on the right side panel, and the speaker can be flipped vertically. When placed this way, the orientation sensor shifts the LED display behind the grille so that it stills reads out horizontally, and it also adjusts the audio into mono—if you are using two speakers as a stereo pair, they are supposed to be used vertically.
If you're using only a single Home Max speaker, you should use it horizontally.
Assisting You The Max isn't just a speaker, of course. It's a Google Assistant speaker. You set it up using the Google Home app on your Android or iOS phone yes, you need a phoneand then can say, "Hey, Google," to play music, control smart home devicesor answer internet-based queries. Amazon still has an edge over Google in terms of smart home brands supported, and weirdly, it's still better at handling calendar information for people with G Suite accounts.
But Google Assistant is terrific as a whole-home system. It can recognize up to six different voices for different Google accounts, synchronize music between rooms, and even broadcast messages to all of the Google Home devices in your home.
If you want to ask for specific songs, you have to be a paid subscriber to whatever service you choose. You can't trigger locally stored music, or your own music library, by voice, but the Max lets you send music via a Wi-Fi Chromecast link, Bluetooth, or an audio cable.
You'll want to use Chromecast over Wi-Fi, if possible, for the best audio quality, as the speaker doesn't list native support for AptX over Bluetooth. That said, not a lot of people can hear the difference between the default SBC codec and AptX, but if you're one of them, stick with Chromecast.
The Home Max's far-field microphones are tuned to pick up your voice even when the Max is playing at top volume, something Amazon's Echo Dot isn't particularly good at. We were quite impressed, for instance, playing Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir" at full volume and then saying, "Hey, Google," in a normal speaking voice—the Max picked it up every time.
When standing in between a Google Home speaker and a Home Max speaker, the mics on each were able to detect which one we were closer to, even if just by a foot or two, and whatever commands we uttered would be followed by the closest speaker.
We'd like to have seen track navigation controls onboard—you'll be skipping tracks either on your phone itself or with the power of your voice and Google Assistant.
But there's no reason to exclude them from the design if you're choosing to include volume and playback controls. And hey, if we're being pie in the sky, it would have been great to enhance Google's voice options with direct streaming from Tidal or another lossless audio service.
Audio Performance So the Home Max looks good and works well, but how does it sound? On tracks with intense sub-bass content, like The Knife's "Silent Shout," it delivers powerful low frequency response. At top volumes, it doesn't distort, though you can hear the digital signal processing DSP kick in a little to thin out the deep bass—this is common with wireless speakers that utilize DSP, and it's meant to prevent distortion at high listening levels.
Thus, at more moderate levels, you get a rounder, fuller sense of bass depth.
In fact, for a speaker this size—not tiny, but not massive—you get a disproportionately full bass response. This is a powerful sound that'll appeal to fans of deep bass, yet the speaker doesn't forsake the overall balance of the mix, as the highs are also well represented.
Bill Callahan's "Drover," a track with less deep bass in the mix, gives us a better sense of the Home Max's overall sound signature. The drums on this track can sound overly thunderous on speakers that boost the bass too much, but through the Home Max, you get lovely bass depth.
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