Google Home Mini Bluetooth Output Drivers Download Install Update
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Play audio on speakers & TVs using Google Home
One of the chief complaints of the Google Home Mini is its poor audio. While the Google Home and especially the Google Home Max offer superior audio capabilities, the Mini was designed to be a cheap entryway into the smart home world, not as a high-end way to listen to tunes. But Google announced a new workaround today that can help your high-end audio experience dreams come true. Starting now, you can pair any number of compatible Bluetooth speakers with your Google Home devices, enabling you to have a multi-room audio experience. You can pair a Bluetooth speaker located in the living room with the Mini, and have audio play from both at the same time. Depending on the size of your home and the number of smart speakers and Bluetooth speakers you already own, you could have the same song play throughout all areas of your house. To get started with your multi-room audio set up, make sure your Bluetooth speaker is powered on and in pairing mode. Open the Google Home app on your smartphone and head to Device Settings by tapping the icon in the upper right-hand corner.