You can pair two Google Home speakers, including Google Home, Nest Audio, Google Home Mini, and Google Nest Mini (aka Google Home Mini 2nd Gen), to create a speaker pair for stereo sound.
This Google Home guide explains what the speaker pair is, the difference between it and the speaker group, the requirements to pair two Google Home speakers, the limitations and caveats of when pairing two Google Home speakers, how to pair two Google Home speakers and how to separate them. Some questions you may have on pairing two Google Home speakers are also answered.
What is Google Home Speaker Pair (stereo pairing)?
Google Home Speaker Pair (stereo pairing) allows you to pair two Google Home speakers for stereo sound.
After paring the two Google Home speakers, they will function as one stereo device only. Voice commands will be handled by the left speaker.
Google initially introduced this feature exclusively to Google Home Max. When Google Nest Mini (Google Home Mini 2nd Gen) was released, Google added the speaker pair feature. And later it was rolled out to all other Google Home speakers including Google Home and Google Home Mini (1st Gen).
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