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No it does not have to be on the floor. It could be placed on an acoustic stand if needed. It has a downwards firing driver which on a suspended floor can actually increase the bass response. The amount of bass balance (with whichever echo speaker) can be tuned to taste within the Alexa App. I would recommend that it d… see more No it does not have to be on the floor. It could be placed on an acoustic stand if needed. It has a downwards firing driver which on a suspended floor can actually increase the bass response. The amount of bass balance (with whichever echo speaker) can be tuned to taste within the Alexa App. I would recommend that it does not be positioned in the corner of a room as this can cause the bass ballance of the sub to become "bloated and overblown" and over power the midrange and treble response of the paired speakers. However, in my 35 plus years as a hifi nut I can say without a doubt that this is by far the best value subwoofer I have ever listened to (I included £4000.00 plus subs). Just buy it.... You won't regret it. It is STAGGERINGLY good at this money. see less No it does not have to be on the floor. It could be placed on an acoustic stand if needed. It has a downwards firing driver which on a suspended floor can actually increase the bass response. The amount of bass balance (with whichever echo speaker) can be tuned to taste within the Alexa App. I would recommend that it does not be positioned in the corner of a room as this can cause the bass ballance of the sub to become "bloated and overblown" and over power the midrange and treble response of the paired speakers. However, in my 35 plus years as a hifi nut I can say without a doubt that this is by far the best value subwoofer I have ever listened to (I included £4000.00 plus subs). Just buy it.... You won't regret it. It is STAGGERINGLY good at this money.
Mr. L. A. Bisgrove
· 03 January 2019
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Pairs fine with my first generation Echo.
Rolnikov
· 27 October 2018
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It will pair up to your echo 2nd gen and no you don't have to subscribe, you can use Spotify or radio stations or any other apps/music.
christopher j guinan
· 02 February 2019
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I can't say as I don't have a Sonos One but I have doubts as it is connected via the Alexa app.
P. Sharp
· 30 January 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent UK Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 20,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
UK Smart Gadget Man
· 07 December 2018
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent UK Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 30,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Smart Gadget Girl
· 26 January 2019
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If you are an Amazon Prime member it is £7.99 /month (£9.99 for non prime members). Note that the “single device” echo unlimited Amazon music subscription rate does NOT work with the Echo Sub plus stereo Echo pair group because Amazon does not (wrongly in my view) accept this setup as a single echo device,
JMDT
· 26 December 2018
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Do you mean Echo Plus or Echo Sub? The former is acoustically the same as an Echo but has a hub built into it to allow control of other suitable devices (eg Philips Hue bulbs). The latter just produces low frequency sounds to add to the frequency range of the Echo’s. I have one setup with two Echo’s (as a stereo pair) … see more Do you mean Echo Plus or Echo Sub? The former is acoustically the same as an Echo but has a hub built into it to allow control of other suitable devices (eg Philips Hue bulbs). The latter just produces low frequency sounds to add to the frequency range of the Echo’s. I have one setup with two Echo’s (as a stereo pair) and, for the money, it’s actually quite good. see less Do you mean Echo Plus or Echo Sub? The former is acoustically the same as an Echo but has a hub built into it to allow control of other suitable devices (eg Philips Hue bulbs). The latter just produces low frequency sounds to add to the frequency range of the Echo’s. I have one setup with two Echo’s (as a stereo pair) and, for the money, it’s actually quite good.
DaveC
· 23 October 2018
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Sorry I have not tried that. I know that it will not work with the remote, so I think little hope with a PC.
Alan R Doyle
· 01 February 2019
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We have amazon prime including amazon music unlimited on one account which runs through 3 linked Echo speakers and the subwoofer
Amazon Customer
· 26 January 2019