Amazon introduces equalizer to its Echo speakers

Amazon Echo speakers are getting even more interesting. The tech giant has announced a new equalizer feature, which will allow the users to adjust Echo speaker’s sound as per requirement.

Amazon Echo
Amazon Echo. (Image for representation)

This new Echo equalizer feature update will make its users capable to adjust bass, treble, and midrange separately within a range of plus or minus 6dB. Once the user adjusts equalizer, Alexa will be using those parameters to execute all voice tasks like playing an audiobook or podcast. So, don’t forget to reset it back or to use the relevant parameters for different tasks.

The feature can be controlled via voice commands like, ‘Alexa, turn up the bass’ or something like ‘Alexa, turn down the bass’. Not limited to voice command, users can also adjust the equalizer manually via the Alexa app or the on-screen controls with the Echo Show or Echo Spot.

Echo users in US will receive equalizer feature update immediately. However, update in other English-speaking regions is expected to roll out in few upcoming days.

Not limited to Echo speakers, the EQ features are also made available to developers and are integrated in devices like Sonos Beam and Sound United’s Polk Command Bar.

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