I have 2 Google Home Max Speakers. My TV has RCA output (Red, White), so I connected an RCA to aux adaptor. I then connected an aux cable from the adaptor to 1 of the Google Home Max Speakers. It's working perfectly. I then wanted to pair my 2nd Home Max Speaker (using L/R Channel config in the home app) to the 1st Google Home Max speaker that's connected via AUX. Once I did that, there was a 1 second delay between audio on both speakers. Aux speaker 1 played first then paired speaker 2 played 1 second later, so it was way out of sync. This is for example, when I played a song on the TV. Is there any way to get rid of the delay? I know there is a delay setting in the home app. Or, is there another way to connect 2 home max speakers to the back of my TV even if it's mono vs stereo? My goal is to connect 2 home max speakers to my tv with a stereo config without delay. I'm trying to use them as a soundbar. As mentioned, I have 1 connected now via aux and it's perfect. I rather have 2. TY.
Thanks for reaching out and for providing detailed information on your issue and — these are of great help!
You can try to do a sequential reboot. First, unplug your Google Home Max and TV for 30 seconds, then do the same thing to your Wi-Fi router to refresh both devices and your Wi-Fi signal.
Let me know how it goes.