Google Nest Audio

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Google Nest Audio

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Google Nest Audio is the latest device from Google, designed to deliver a powerful and dynamic sound experience. With custom-tuned drivers and three times the processing power, it provides a rich sound that fills any room. Enjoy clear dialogue, dynamic bass, and a balanced sound for all your music, podcasts, and more.

Aluminum and magnesium are not common speaker enclosure materials at this price point, and Google tells me they were chosen for their sustainability and sturdiness to handle the power pushing to the drivers. They also act as thermal dissipators to help keep the internal components cool. Needless to say, I haven’t observed any buzz or rattling while testing the Nest Audio, even at full volume. It’s a dense, sturdy little thing that weighs more than you expect.

Integrated into the fabric at the top of the speaker are three capacitive touch zones for volume up and down and play / pause. They work well, but I do wish they were more accessible — you’re going to have to show someone new how to use them because they wouldn’t know that they even exist just by looking at the speaker. 

Underneath the center front of the fabric cover are four LED lights to indicate volume levels, when the speaker is listening, and when its microphones are muted. They match what’s available on the Home Max and Nest Mini, but I miss the more complex multicolored animated dots of the original Home.

Perhaps the most significant thing about the Nest Audio’s design compared to its predecessor is that it’s now a traditional, directional speaker instead of a cylinder that aims to throw sound in all directions. In the last four years, Google has learned that people aren’t likely to put a smart speaker in the middle of their room, so 360-degree sound isn’t necessary. It’s most likely to go on a shelf, a mantle, in a corner, or some other area where it “points” the sound in a specific direction. It appears that Amazon has made a similar observation: its forthcoming fourth-generation Echo features a more directional design as well.

Design is important, but when it comes to a speaker, sound quality matters more. Fortunately, Google has made significant advancement on this front, and the Nest Audio sounds much better than the often muddy and unpleasant-sounding Google Home.

The Nest Audio has a 75mm (three-inch) woofer and a 19mm (0.75-inch) tweeter, which are significantly more than the lone 50mm (two-inch) driver on the original Home. These combine to provide a much fuller, clearer sound that is more pleasant to listen to at higher volumes. Interestingly, the original Home is able to get about as loud as the Nest Audio, but the Nest Audio sounds much better at any volume.

The dual-driver system allows vocals and higher pitches to shine through on bass-heavier tracks in ways the older speaker couldn’t handle. Additionally, the Nest Audio sounds good at lower volumes, which is nice when I just want some background music while I’m working or during dinner.

In my home office, the loudest the Nest Audio sounded comfortable at was around 80 percent — 100 percent volume was too harsh in this space. You can go that loud in larger rooms where you’re not as close to the speaker without having to worry about distortion, though. Obviously, the Nest Audio is louder and sounds better than the Nest Mini and is the better choice for frequently listening to music.

Compared to last year’s Amazon Echo, the Nest Audio is also clearer and less muddy, with more bass and fullness to the sound. But the Audio’s compact size has limits: there’s plenty of bass, but it’s the kind of bass you hear more than feel, and it lacks the thump of a larger speaker. It also can’t match the output or presence of the Sonos One, which is about the same height as the Audio but is twice as deep. The Sonos is also twice as expensive, though, so to get better sound than the Audio, you’re going to have to open your wallet more. (If you are willing to skip voice controls and an integrated digital assistant, the Sonos One SL is $179.)s

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