Do you own any wired speakers that you wish could stream music wirelessly? It's actually really simple to make that happen; all you need is $10 and the Amazon Echo Input. Though it regularly sells for up to $35, Amazon's 12 Days of Deals sale is giving you the opportunity to snag one at its lowest price ever of just $9.99. The Echo Input doesn't have a built-in speaker, but by connecting it to a speaker you already own, you can start accessing all the functionality of the voice-activated Amazon Alexa smart assistant with it. Only the white model is available right now and it still arrives before Christmas if you order soon.
Amazon Echo Input
Plugging the Echo Input into speakers you already own can add Alexa voice-assistant functionality to them, allowing you to ask about the weather, stream songs from Apple Music or Spotify, listen to Audible audiobooks, and much more.
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The Echo Input is the only Amazon Echo device I own, and I'm absolutely satisfied with it (especially at this price). After plugging it up to my A/V receiver, the wired Klipsch speakers I have hooked up to my turntable can now wirelessly stream music, and all I have to do is ask Alexa to start playing what I want to hear. It's compatible with various streaming services like Spotify, Amazon Music, and more, though Apple Music is my favorite to use with the device. Alexa can tell you about the weather, current news, and so much more. I also love using my Echo Input to listen to audiobooks from Audible, and the possibilities don't end there.
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