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Seems your speaker has better taste in music than you.
Jay R
· 16 November 2017
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She sleeps on the mother board and she eats chips. She has virtual bedding so you don’t need to supply. Her jokes are rubbish though.
BonsaiTreeman
· 19 January 2018
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You can set up 2 groups on the Alexa app each with an echo and a hue light. Your kids could then say "Alexa, turn on the light" and it will only turn on the light in the same room. Give the groups and the lights secret or unpronounceable names so they can't activate eachothers
Al
· 10 February 2018
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To be clear - you need to plug it in and keep it plugged in. If you move it to another room it will reboot and start up again once it finds your wifi (about 1minute). So it's no good for the garden or out of home... think of it as a radio with a plug and not batteries. I'm assuming that's what you were really asking.
Manchester Dad
· 16 November 2017
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Yes, you can have as many as you like.. probably best not to have more then one per room as they might confuse each other.
Anotherpeterhowe
· 07 November 2017
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No. There are no subscriptions or fees required to use the Echo 2 or Echo Dot. You can listen to music you have purchased in your Amazon digital music library. Many Echo users do have Prime membership, but it is not required. The Echo family and Alexa play music from your amazon resources. You can listen to Free intern… see more No. There are no subscriptions or fees required to use the Echo 2 or Echo Dot. You can listen to music you have purchased in your Amazon digital music library. Many Echo users do have Prime membership, but it is not required. The Echo family and Alexa play music from your amazon resources. You can listen to Free internet radio stations on the Tunein Radio skill. You can purchased Spotify Premium or a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited. There is no facility or skill in Alexa to stream from iTunes or Apple music or indeed play anything from Deezer, Napster, Tidal, Soundcloud, Google Play or any other non Amazon resource music see less No. There are no subscriptions or fees required to use the Echo 2 or Echo Dot. You can listen to music you have purchased in your Amazon digital music library. Many Echo users do have Prime membership, but it is not required. The Echo family and Alexa play music from your amazon resources. You can listen to Free internet radio stations on the Tunein Radio skill. You can purchased Spotify Premium or a subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited. There is no facility or skill in Alexa to stream from iTunes or Apple music or indeed play anything from Deezer, Napster, Tidal, Soundcloud, Google Play or any other non Amazon resource music
Anotherpeterhowe
· 08 November 2017
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no, The Audio signal is in Steroe., but will only get stereo out if you connect it via Bluetooth or aux cable to a single device that will play out both channels on separate speakers.
Anotherpeterhowe
· 17 November 2017
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If your comparing the Dot with the Echo then the Echo wins hands down. There are review sites that illustrate a sample of music in both devices. It's worth listening to those before you buy.
JP
· 12 January 2018
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Say.. "Alexa.. play BBC radio 4" will play from the native bbc radio skill, or "Alexa.. play BBC radio 4 from Tunein" will play it from the native Tunein skill.
Anotherpeterhowe
· 05 January 2018
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Yes, you can connect it to any Audio output system such as your hi-fi or active speakers from the audio-out Jack (3.5mm) socket next to the power-in cable.
Anotherpeterhowe
· 04 November 2017