Many problems for Google Nest: users report too high volume

The Google Nest product series is a must-have for anyone interested in a smart home. Especially for music fans there are the second generation Nest Hub and a wide range of smart speakers that can play songs and much more at any time. But you probably already knew this. The news is that, lately, these devices are experiencing an issue that has confused many users.

In fact, many buyers have reported that Google’s smart speakers, at low volume levels, are much louder than before. Indeed, it seems that, despite the visual confirmations, the volume level no longer drops below approximately 15%.causing problems and frustrations for those used to listening to music at lower volumes.

We don’t know if the problem affects all Google Nest devices, but the reports are really many and it is certainly not an isolated problem. The most likely hypothesis is that it is a mistake that Google made in a recent update, but it is also possible that it is an intentional change.

For the moment, the company has not commented on the matter, although it is certainly aware of the problem that has been occurring for weeks now. Something will change? Hard to tell, but many of the users definitely don’t seem happy.

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