Home Max Suffers From Line-In Latency Issue, And Google Knows It

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Home Max Suffers From Line-In Latency Issue, And Google Knows It
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The Google Home Max is reportedly having an AUX line-in latency issue, a problem that could be unsettling for DJs and musicians if they are using the Max as a studio monitor. The Google Home Max, launched in October, is the latest Google device to be struck by technical glitches. A few months back, the Home Mini was caught spying on its users.

What’s the issue?

The Google Home Max, unlike other models, offers a line-in port, which can be used to connect a CD player, or another source of sound. According to Variety, there is a slight delay when the music is played from the external source using the port. Though the delay is only a fraction of a second, it is there.

It is surely not good news for Google, especially at the time of the holidays. A good thing for the search giant is that the issue possibly can be fixed with a software update, and that the glitch might not be a big problem for the majority of users who are planning on buying the gadget now.

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