So I have a HomePod in my bedroom in my apartment. Roughly 30 feet from my living room. When my iPad is right next to me or even on I’ll say “hey Siri” while using it and Every single time my HomePod starts responding to my request rather than the iPad that right next to me. I’m wondering if this is normal behavior for others. I would think the mics are detecting the volume of the incoming voice and then should tell the closest device to my voice to respond. This seems to be the way it worked before when using an iPhone and iPad. It worked flawlessly before. If my phone was in the kitchen , my iPad would always respond as it’s the closest device. All of this now with HomePod seems to have made “Hey Siri” pointless since HomePod always responds. I play my music at normal volumes so it would be nice to have some sort of sensitivity control.....or Apple more intelligently has the HomePod talk to the other devices like my iPhone and iPad have done all along very successfully. Thoughts/suggestions?