Google Home Max

Google Home Max
alaScore 95

24 avis

Sep. 2018

alaTest a collecté et analysé 24 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Google Home Max. La note moyenne du produit est 4.1 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.5 sur 5.

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres produits de même catégorie, le Google Home Max obtient un alaScore™ de 95/100 = Excellent.

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Avis d'expert par (engadget.com)

Google Home Max review: An assistant for music lovers

 

If you're looking for a voice-activated speaker and want excellent sound quality, the Google Home Max is the best option on the market. It's expensive, but you get a lot for your money. If you want great audio and don't want to mess around with more...

Excellent sound quality ; Simple setup ; All the features of the Google Assistant ; Tasteful design ; 3.5mm jack and Bluetooth support for additional audio devices

Expensive, especially for a stereo pair ; Somewhat limited streaming service selection (but at least it has Spotify) ; Third-party support still trails Amazon's Alexa ecosystem

At $399, the Google Home Max will not sell as well as the standard Home or Home Mini. But many people listen to music on those devices, and a subset of them certainly would like to combine the smarts of the Google Assistant while also upgrading their...

Dec. 2017

Avis d'expert par : Julian Chokkattu (digitaltrends.com)

Google Home Max hands-on review

 

It's expensive, but the Google Home Max can do a lot more than your traditional bookshelf speaker.

Loud, great sound quality ; Can pair with multiple devices ; Assistant is as useful as ever ; Supports many high quality audio formats ; Support for good range of music streaming services

Expensive ; Can't work as a TV sound bar

Dec. 2017

Editor's Choice

Avis d'expert par : Sascha Segan, Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Google Home Max

 

The Home Max speaker is designed to be the center of Google Assistant-powered home, but it will need to sound very good to justify its high price.

Great sound. Works as a mono speaker, a stereo pair, or part of a whole home audio system. Attractive design.

Too much bass for audio purists. Could do with better lossless audio options.

The Google Home Max is the best smart audio experience you're going to get right now. While new smart home brands and third-party skills still come to Alexa first, Amazon doesn't have an integrated solution that satisfies people who want a true...

Dec. 2017

Avis d'expert par : Dan Seifert (theverge.com)

Google Home Max review: smart gets loud

 

Hey Google, turn it up

Loud, full sound ; Google Assistant integration ; Can be paired in stereo configurations or multiroom setups ; Cast support enables playback from many streaming services

Doesn’t sound as good as comparable Sonos speaker ; It’s expensive ; Touch controls are finicky ; Microphones have trouble hearing voice commands when music is playing loudly

The war for your living room is just heating up, and it’s going to get a lot more interesting, and loud, before it’s over.

Dec. 2017

Avis d'expert par : Ty Pendlebury (cnet.com)

Harder, better, stronger sound comes to Google Home

 

OK Google, you sound way better on a Max. But should I really pay $400?

The Google Home Max builds the convenience of Google Assistant into a plus-size speaker that can fill a room with excellent sound. The microphones respond well, even when you're blasting music.

The sound can be a little too revealing, and guitar lines in particular can sound a little too piercing for comfort. If you mainly want background music, you should spend half as much on the Sonos One.

Although too expensive for mass appeal, the Google Home Max is the best-sounding smart speaker yet.

Dec. 2017

Avis d'expert par (stuff.tv)

Google Home Max review

 

A ready-to-party smart speaker that doesn't quite hit the notes

Seriously deep bass ; Plenty of power and volume ; Great mic sensitivity

Not as refined as the Sonos Play:5

A ready-to-party smart speaker, as long as the part isn’t full of chin-stroking audiophiles.

Sep. 2018

Avis d'expert par : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Google Home Max review: Cranking smart speaker audio to the max

 

Google Home Max offers maximum sound, but it also has a maxed-out size and price tag. If you're tied to Google's ecosystem (not Amazon Alexa) and want

Maximum sound ; Easy to setup ; Built-in Google Assistant

Expensive ; Heavyweight with a massive footprint

Août 2018

Avis d'expert par : Brandon Dimmel (audioholics.com)

Google's Home Max Speaker: Impressive Sound, Strong Features, High Price

 

Home Max expands upon Google's 2016 release of Google Home, a smaller, more affordable speaker designed to compete with Amazon's Echo, which uses that company's Alexa personal assistant technology.

Oct. 2017

Avis d'expert par : Cameron Faulkner (techradar.com)

Google Home Max review

 

A big speaker that nails the small touches

Sounds incredible ; Works with Google Cast products ; Bluetooth-capable

Google Home app isn’t always responsive ; Very heavy

If your space is in need of some more sound, there are plenty of speakers that could fit the bill. But Google’s latest creation is among the smartest around for the price and its clever design sets it above the competitors. When it comes to stuffing an...

Sep. 2018

Avis d'expert par (expertreviews.co.uk)

Google Home Max review: The loudest, most expensive smart speaker

 

Big and bold, the Google Home Max is a beast of a smart speaker – but it's more expensive than it should be

Lots of bass ; Excellent smart features ; Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3.5mm playback

Expensive ; Less well balanced sound than Apple HomePod

It’s a great product, no doubt, but the problem here is the price. At £400, it’s by far the most expensive of the big three’s smart speakers and, for me, it doesn’t quite justify that premium.

Sep. 2018