One of the long-running complaints about the Google Home Mini is the absence of stereo pairing, where one speaker could go about as the left sound channel and another could be the correct channel. In spite of the fact that Google hasn’t generally pitched the component, the refreshed Nest Mini clearly bolsters stereo matching.
Variety referenced in its inclusion of the present hardware declarations that two Nest Minis can be matched together for stereo sound. Google didn’t make reference to this stage, or in any of the materials sent to us preceding the open declaration, yet the company confirmed the element when they connected for input.
As Google’s keen speakers have turned out to be further developed from a product point of view, the absence of stereo pairing usefulness has turned out to be considerably more bizarre of an oversight. Not just has the Echo Dot (the Home Mini’s principle competition) upheld stereo matching for quite a long time, however the element is likewise accessible on the Apple HomePod, different Sonos speakers, the Google Home Max, and even the Assistant-controlled Insignia speakers (which are unfortunately now ended).
There’s no word yet on if this element will likewise turn out to existing Home Minis. It’s conceivable stereo blending requires increasingly responsive hardware that the first Mini needs, however they’ll have to wait to know for sure.