Echo Input adds Alexa to almost any bluetooth speaker
The Echo Input is a slim, nondescript device that adds Alexa to bluetooth speakers (including your existing speakers if they are compatible). Here is why we like the Echo Input:
- Good price ($35)
- Access to lion’s share of Alexa features offered on Echo devices, including playing music, setting timers, controlling smart devices and much more (drop-in and calling not supported)
- Good solution if you already have speakers you like
- Compatible with a wide range of bluetooth speakers
- easy to connect via audio cable or Bluetooth
Save Up to 30% on Bluetooth Speaker + Echo Input Bundles
#1. Save 30% on Marshall Stockwell portable bluetooth speaker bundle ($129)
- Best deal with $56 savings
- Great for travel
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- $17 savings
- Best option if you need an alarm clock
- Room-filling sound
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- $35 savings
- Best high end
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