I have set a single Nest Gen 2 speaker up in my mothers apartment so that she can easily make phone calls.
The setup went well and the Nest speaker functions pretty well.
I would like to install two additional Nest Gen 2 speakers in her room so that she does not have to speak loudly when she is distant from the single mounting she has now. She lives in a apartment in an assisted living center. The apartment is "U" shaped with the kitchenette and sitting area in one side of the room and the sleeping area and bathroom on the other side. A wall runs down the middle of the room most of the way to divide the room into these areas. I intend to put one device at the top of each arm of the "U" and one (the existing one) at the base of the "U".
Are there any issues I should be aware of such as cross talk or anything?
She is only using the system to give voice commands for telephone operation.
Thanks for reaching out. I am glad to hear that your Google Nest Mini (2nd gen.) is functioning well!
In regards to cross talk, if that occurs, you can resolve that issue by changing the "Hey Google" sensitivity. This will allow you to shape which device responds first based on the user's speech volume and ensure that they do not respond at the same time.
Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns, thanks!