Google may just have slipped that their nested audio smart speakers are packed with incredible Chromecast features that add a lot of value to it. The Google Nest Audio smart speaker has just been launched, and the latest assistant-equipped devices will be available in October. And Google recently added a secret Chromecast feature to Nest’s lineup that hasn’t been officially announced yet.
As revealed In the post 9to5Google recently found an unused marketing copy of the Google Nest Audio speaker in Google search results.
Also, according to search results in the Nest Audio list on the Google Store, Chromecast owners will be able to use Nest Audio speakers in their “home theater sound system.”
The list says: “With Chromecast and Google TV, Nest Audio becomes a home theater sound system.
“Simply pair two Nest Audio speakers for stereo sound.”
For UK web users, this search list has been slightly tweaked to say “home cinema sound system”.
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This description will appear in a Google search, but if you click to go to Nest Audio’s list of actual Google stores, you won’t see this text (at the time of writing).
It’s unclear if this is a deprecated feature or a feature that isn’t ready for release but will be added in a later update.
Hopefully the latter, rather than the former, sounds like a great tool, as you can use a pair of Google Nest Audio speakers to create a home cinema experience.
Also, given the price of a home cinema set and the price of a soundbar capable of surround sound, this Google Nest feature could be a great alternative.
Express.co.uk recently put Google Nest Audio (price £ 89.99) at that pace.
He praised the great sound in a four-star review of the five-star, but said that a bland design isn’t what everyone likes.
“There is no doubt that Google has developed a great-sounding speaker. Your favorite playlists will boom from this voice-controlled smart speaker with enough power and volume in every room in the house.
“In addition, the fact that the two can be combined makes Nest Audio an even more attractive option for audiophiles.
“With its impressive, smart Google Assistant built-in, you’ll get wise answers to every question you ask Nest Audio, and you’ll also have easy control over heating and lighting.
“In fact, our only real complaint about the new Nest Audio is how it looks.
“It’s true that there’s nothing terrible about design, but it’s not that exciting.
“Given that these smart speakers are supposed to be placed around the house, don’t forget to take advantage of some features in every room. Design is really important.”