expired [eBay Plus] Google Home Max $254.15 C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Greetings everyone, TGG have today dropped the price on this speaker to match the Google Store, and this can be combined with the 15% off sale with eBay plus.

Think this is the cheapest I've seen this so far.

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As always, enjoy :)

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    I wonder if TGG eBay will match JB Hi-Fi on Thursday, potentially dropping to $237.15.

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      It's definitely possible, but from what I've seen on past promotions, JB usually keep specials like that in their main store and give TGG market rate pricing (except for times when they're trying to undercut HN).

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    Can we use this to pricebeat at officeworks?

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    Seriously, I price beat google at office works and thought I got a steal at $285. Now it keeps dropping every day

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    Is it possible to use Apple Music on google home speakers? Also is there another trigger word than ok google and hey google I honestly hate saying a company name to get its attention.

    Oh and good price thanks for sharing

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    No pickup stock in Perth according to eBay so price is $267 delivered.

    Interestingly the Good guys website shows plenty of stock in Perth.

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    Thanks ! Now to return the one from google store…
    Will google store price match ?

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    How does this compare to ue boom? Much much better?

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    I've been holding off on buying this, as much as I wanted it. Caved this time though :( Thanks!

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    Got one legend

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    How does this sound compare with speakers like Logitech Z623?

    • +3 votes

      Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke.

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      How much bass do you like? The Z623's seem to be having a bit of a resurgence of late and I don't really know why. You have a massive, powerful sub paired with two tiny little speakers that sound anemic on their own. I bought a set back in like, 2011 for $95 (anyone remember Logitech Shop?!) but got rid of them a couple of years after because I just couldn't get a balanced sound out of them. Turn the sub down, too hollow. Turn it up, the room shook. I listened to the Home Max in store and it's much more balanced. It has enough bass without completely overpowering the mids and highs. To me it's a good compromise if you don't want/have the space for a good pair of bookshelf speakers, but you want something better than a 2.1 computer speaker setup.

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    I am after a Google Home Hub with the screen. Can only see $139 To be the best price. With JB gift cards, will come down to ~$132. Any one knows of a better deal?

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      New model with bigger screen coming one a few weeks.

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        Thank you. Just looked up and it's likely to be available on 9th Sep. I think I will wait in that case. May be the prices will go down further for the old model if at all the new one is too pricey. Can then use the new one in Kitchen/Dining area and the old one in the bedroom.

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          The old model hubs have gone for as cheap as $99 recently. I'm kinda hoping the new Home Hub is a nice mid-point in speaker quality between Google Home and a Google Home Max. Even though this price for a Max is incredible, I would still find more Hubs around the house more useful (especially considering you can cast Home Assistant to them now).

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    Can this be used as a soundbar for the TV? 😀

  • +8 votes

    I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I don’t need it. I don’t need it.

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    Oos in cairns. Damn.

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    Picked one up in maroochydore, set it up as a housewarming gift to parents who just moved the the area.

    Paired a few of the free google minis we've had deals for (google one / telstra / spotify ) and now they can enjoy multi-room audio

    Basically i'm the best son.
    My folks love their new wiretaps.

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    The chalk is sold out and only 3 of charcoal ones left on eBay.
    No clock&collect anywhere in NSW too…
    Which can only means this was indeed a good price :) grabbed one

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    Set mine up briefly last night. There's a whopping amount of bass for such a device, but it's lacking in mids. Definitely sounds better for some genres than others. Sometimes I'm genuinely impressed with the sound for some songs, while others it kinda sounds like most other generic BT speakers.

    Annoyed that apparently you can't stream LOCAL files with the Google play music app unless you have a subscription, or upload your own files to google's servers … doesn't make sense, so I now use a different music player app to cast.

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      It does adapt its sound to its environment via its microphones too (requires microphone switch to be enabled).
      So depending on the music you are playing and where it is placed it can sound different.

      https://support.google.com/googlenest/answer/7585574?hl=en

      You can tweak some EQ settings to sound a little more suitable too.

      As for local files, you can mirror audio/video from your device through google home, might be a viable loophole? Unsure on what the quality would be like. Click account (bottom right) in google home and under additional you will see mirror device.

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    https://www.jbhifi.com.au/google/google-home-max-charcoal/64...

    If you want to price match at OW, that's a cheaper listing.

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    Anyone use/thought of using this for computer speakers?
    Currently have the Z623 setup but this would reduce a whole heap of cable clutter and look better on my desk too.

    Would love to hear what people think of this hooked up to a computer.

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      It's kind of waste to use such expensive speakers for desktop. Also this could be some delay for the sound from bluetooth or even AUX port.

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