Hello @Dainius ,
The Google Wifi Mesh Wi-Fi system is capable of connecting any wifi compatible wireless devices that use a 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz connection. Once you have set up the Google Wifi system you will be able to see your network name on other wifi enabled devices to connect to by selecting your Wifi SSID (name) and entering the password you chose.
Let us know if you have further questions.
From what I can see about that device, it does support Wifi or a LAN connection to the internet.
Are you having troubles getting it connected to Google Wifi?
Look for the Network Wizard on the device to walk you through setting up the Wifi/WLAN connection.
I would recommend looking up the product manual or contacting the manufacturer of the product if you need help connecting it to your Wifi.
Dear Brett, I have tried the remedies you recommended before. However, this tuner cannot be connected to the google wifi network. Hama representatives assure that newer versions of the tuner no longer support Wi-Fi audio systems, although they know the Undok program and the remaining option in the control menu is to search for other Wi-Fi devices, but they cannot find Google Nest Audio. According to Hama specialists, "it will be difficult to find a compatible device". That's why I stumbled on the google website to try to solve this difficult task.
That is interesting to hear. It may not function properly if they are not making new Wifi connected devices.
One last think you could try is to move the Hama box far away from the Google Wifi Router. It mostly connects to the 2.4 GHz network which has a further distance than the 5 GHz network that is being broadcast at the same time. So plug it in a few rooms away and see if your network name for the Google Wifi shows up to setup.
If you not, you might be out of luck in getting it connected.