Bluetooth Speaker | Echo Dot (3rd Generation) | Alexa-enabled

Bluetooth Speaker | Echo Dot (3rd Generation) | Alexa-enabled

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Description

  • This bundle contains the Echo Dot (3rd Generation) and the Element Classic by Sengled Starter Kit.

  • Connect your smart lights to Alexa for easy voice control. Just ask, “Alexa, turn on the living room light”.
  • Use your voice to turn on lights, adjust thermostats, lock doors, find TV shows, and more with compatible connected devices.
  • Echo Dot is our most popular voice-controlled speaker, now with improved sound and a new design.

  • Stream songs from Amazon Music, Spotify, SiriusXM, and others through the improved speaker for richer and louder sound.

  • Call almost anyone hands-free. Instantly drop in on other rooms in your home or make an announcement to every room with a compatible Echo device.

  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new skills like tracking fitness, playing games, and more.

  • Can hear you from across the room. And with compatible Echo devices in different rooms, you can fill your whole home with music.

8 reviews for Bluetooth Speaker | Echo Dot (3rd Generation) | Alexa-enabled

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lorenzo Martin

    I was debating between this and the regular echo. I’ve had both and we both know what the echo does so all I’ll talk about is the sound quality.I’m going to get to the chase. This is the BEST speaker I’ve ever heard for under $50. The functions of the echo along with the music playing functionality and the sound quality makes it a steal at this price point.The sound is great for its size. It can get pretty loud but the bass is definitely lacking. The bass isn’t god awful but it just isn’t there.Now I will say this… if your primary motivation for a speaker is to listen to music, go with the echo. If it is but your budget is under $50 then go with the dot. It won’t blow anyone away during a get together in your living room but it’ll get the job done. The dot will only flourish is an enclosed space. It needs walls nearby to bounce off to cover up the weakness of the bass.If I had to compare the sound to another speaker, I’d say the UE Wonderboom or the older Beats Pill, all of which suffer from weak bass. For the size, I was impressed by the sound but with the Echo at its refurbished price of $69 I’ll have to aim towards that direction.I’d recommend this for someone who needs an echo for their kitchen, bedroom or bathroom. It’s just not going to hold down a living room unfortunately but overall, I like the sound and if I need a second echo, I’ll definitely get a dot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    2ny

     When playing music, sometimes the sound seems distorted specially the highs (trebles). If it happens i have to tell alexa to change music. But after several minutes it will be distorted again.I just got it yesterday, I will observe it if it still does that I may have to return it. I’m very disappointed.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bob Dobbs

    It’s louder with better bass response compared with the 2nd generation Dot that I also have. I listen to a lot of speech and that sounded muddy compared to 2nd gen. I learned from technical support that equalizer controls are avialable. They are accessed as follows:1. In the Alexa App, tap on the Devices icon at the bottom-right2.Tap on Echo & Alexa at the top-left corner3. Down below, tap on your Echo Dot4. Down below, tap on “Sounds”5. Then tap on the Equalizer — here you can adjust the Bass / Mid / TrebleTurning the bass way down and boosting the midrange helped a lot. It sounds more natural and is not as tinny as the 2nd gen model. Speech quality is not great but it’s OK. For the price I think the sound quality is fine.One problem I note is that the volume steps when using voice volume control (“Alexa louder,” “Alexa softer”) are large around my range of interest. It is either too loud or too soft. Using the controls on the Dot I get finer volume control and can get the volume just where I want. I had better voice volume control with the 2nd gen. Dot.

  4. 5 out of 5

    David D.

    So we have 4 of the second generation dots and was excited to see the new one. Set up was super fast, sound and looks great! Can’t wait for the Black Friday special where I can add a few more in the house. Want a cool stand?, we used an old bath and body candle stand, works perfect and looks great!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    I had no idea I’d love Alexa so much – I wake up in the morning and she does the routine I’ve set up, and she’s so comforting and useful and fun overall. My husband and I played Skills trivia games for hours last night. If we had kids it would be even more super useful (kids workouts, stories, games) – we even had a goodnight story read to us by Alexa and it was awesome. I’m really loving it. The Echo Dot itself is pretty great – the sound quality is pretty good, the bass when turned up is not that great, but if you really want to rock out you can connect it to other speakers or just use something else instead. I’m really surprised by how much I like the Alexa app (and the Echo Dot), because I’m a little resistant to technology, but it’s pretty easy to figure out and feels like a new little buddy in the home. I’m excited to get some SmartHome stuff now so I can turn on/off lights, heat, etc. The only tiny issue I have is that for some reason Alexa doesn’t pick up my husband’s voice as much as it does mine – maybe because I’ve used it more? Really cool, though, overall – I feel like Judy Jetson!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Peter

    Sound quality is the best I’ve heard on a speaker of this size!!! Definitely worth paying a little extra for this one over the 2nd generation model. I’m not going to discuss the functionality as there’s tons of info already out there. One important note: If you set up the Alexa app on your phone, IT WILL IMPORT ALL OF YOUR PHONE CONTACTS. I didn’t think I gave it permission to do so but Alexa did indeed import my contacts! You may have read stories how, WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE, Alexa can record what’s being said in your home and then send it to ANY or ALL of those contacts! Yikes! And, I won’t want any of my kids to accidentally send messages to or call people on my contact list. So, if you want to keep your contacts from Alexa and prevent that from happening here’s how I did it:Before installiing the Alexa app on your phone, export your contacts to a file and save it for later. Then, go back to the phone and delete those contacts (don’t worry, you’ll import them back in later). Now, install the Alexa app on your phone and go through the set up process. At some point, you’ll have the option to allow Alexa to automatically import any additions to your contacts. Please “disable” that option. After you’re done with the installation, you’ll notice there are no contacts in your Alexa app! Now, you can import your contacts back into your phonebook using the file that you initially created and you’re good to go!If you already installed the app but want to delete your contacts from Alexa, it’s not too late. Simply export your phone contacts to a file and save for later. Then, delete the contacts from your phone. Now, open the Alexa app and click “Contacts.” On the Contacts page, click on “Import Contacts” and enable it by moving the button to the right side. This will cause Alexa to replace your existing contacts with the now empty phonebook. After a few minutes, your Alexa contacts will be gone. Go back and disable “Import Contacts” to prevent Alexa from importing them in the future. You can now import the contact file that you created back into your phone.Of course there may be some contacts you do want to use with Alexa. I simply added them manually by clicking “Add Contact.”I hope this info is helpful as I wasn’t able to find an easy way to manage Alexa contacts.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marc D.

    I’m forced to use the online Alexa app because I don’t own any Apple or Android device and my Windows 10 PC doesn’t have the app. I’ll list just a few of the problems I’ve had:1) It often fails to understand what I say. 2) It often fails to respond to my voice at all, though it’s only two or three feet away. It responds to dead silence just as often as to my voice commands. 3) Many commands are not executed. For example, it will not make adjustments to the audio equalizer; it will not give my daily briefing items; it will not play stations saved to my iHeart favorites. 4) There’s no product support. I’ve sent a number of email requests to support and received no response. 5) I had a bunch of recurring reminders set up, and they worked for a couple of days. Suddenly they all vanished. These were important work-related reminders. Of course, there’s no way to back them up or save them. So, they’re simply gone. 6) The audio quality is poor and sounds muffled no matter what I do. Speech is sometimes unintelligible. 7) Volume is unstable. During some music it will constantly decrease and I have to keep turning it up. Then when an announcer comes on, it’s loud enough to take the paint off the walls.If I’d paid significant money, I would be returning it. For 99 cents, I can’t be bothered. Maybe they will improve it in the future, but for now it serves no purpose; there’s nothing it can do reliably. So I put it back in the box and stored it away.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Clintre

    I have 5 Echo Dots (gen 2) and we use them throughout the house for just about everything, being we have a fairly smart home. What I liked about the gen 2 versions, were that they were compact and very flexible on how you could use them. They were easy to mount in different positions and being that they used a fairly standard USB interface for the power, you could really be flexible on how and where you mounted them. The one thing that they really missed on? The well known sound quality.Enter the Gen 3…I really like the improvement in sound. Sure it is not a high quality speaker system, but for the size it is pretty good. Especially when you consider that you can pair them and add a sub for pretty good sound. The look is improved over the gen 2, however it does lose a little bit of the customability that the gen 2 had. With the gen 2, you could purchase different wraps, stands, clock mounts, wall mounts, etc. You could really customize it. The gen 3 is a bit bigger and has a much more rounded shape. While it makes it look better by itself, it lacks the ability to really customize it. It surely would not work as a power socket mount, like you could do with the gen 2, just due to the additional weight.That is before you get to the horrendous power cord and adapter. The power adapter is twice as big as the gen 2 and the power cord went away from the, easy to find, usb style cord to a old style input style and it is permanently attached to the power adapter. This is really my biggest complaint as it took away so much flexibility, that you could enjoy with the gen 2. Don’t get me wrong, I am sure there will be several new cords and adapters put out to fill the gap, but that is not as easy as using cords many already have. Just makes no sense. Not to mention the cord is really long, so in areas where you want it to be a bit more discreet, this thing sticks out like a sore thumb.What I like…Sound Quality is a step upSound Volume is much improvedBase look is much improvedWhat I dislike…Much less flexibility on how it is used versus previous versionNon-standard power cordBulky adapterUgly long cord


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