If you have multiple Google Nest or devices, you need to try the “multi-room control”

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With multi-room control, you have all of your speakers, at your command. At once. The multi-room control functionality makes it easier than ever to stream music across your Google Nest speakers, Google hub and displays as well as with Google Chromecast. Learn more how to use multi-room control here.

Use your devices as your all-in-one dashboard. For example, play the audio you want on the Google devices you want, all from a single screen. With multi-room control, you have the ability to do things like:

    1. Group Nest speakers, displays, and Chromecast in real time to play audio in multiple rooms.
    2. Transfer audio from one group of devices to another.
    3. Adjust the volume on each individual device, or across the entire group.

Google’s multi-room control also works with popular streaming services like Spotify and Pandora, not to mention all Google and YouTube services, so you can seamlessly enjoy your streaming entertainment.

Compatible devices include the Google Nest Audio, Google Home, Google Nest Mini (2nd gen), Google Home Mini (1st gen), Google Home Max, Google Nest Hub, Nest Hub Max, Nest Wifi point, Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Chromecast Audio, and devices with Chromecast built-in

Take your music with you, hands-free.

“Hey Google, move the music to kitchen speaker”

With a simple voice command, you can switch between speakers, displays, and speaker groups mid-song with just a couple words.

Get instant stereo sound, surrounding you. Expand your sound with Nest Audio.

If you’re wanting stereo sound, you can then pair two Nest speakers of the same type in the same room for immersive music and media. Crisp vocals, powerful bass, and hands-free controls for the music you love. In those specific situations, we love being able to connect all our Google devices together (two Nest hub displays and two Chromecasts) — it makes for a more rich experience.


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