The new Nest Audio.

The new Nest Audio is 75 percent louder according to the specifications and has 50 percent stronger bass than the original Google Home. Given the new dimensions, we are not surprised. Inside the Nest Audio is a 19mm tweeter for the high frequencies and a 75mm mid-woofer for the bass. The two together should ensure that you as a music lover will love this newly designed speaker.

We can quote Google because the sound of the Nest Audio does indeed sound full and natural. Google says it has spent more than 500 hours tuning to ensure the balance between the bass, mid and treble. The resulting balance must therefore better match all genres: classical, R&B, pop and more. Also, the specially designed and used materials would be optimized for audio without annoying distortion. This should also ensure that the music matches the intentions of the artist in the recording studio as much as possible.

Thanks to Media EQ, Nest Audio can automatically tune itself to what you are listening to, to music or to the voice of the Google Assistant. With Ambient IQ, Nest Audio also lets you adjust the volume of the Assistant, news and music based on the background noise in the house, so that you can, for example, hear the weather forecast while the dishwasher is noisily completing its program.