Bluetooth Speaker/Sound Bars

Nobody had the slightest idea that a device as compact as a TV remote and looks like a big capsule would overtake the big woofers. Technology & innovation never ceases to amaze us and we can all agree to the fact.

One such innovation is a soundbar. And to top it all off, now we have a virtual voice assistant like Alexa, Google Assistant, etc. which have literally changed the way we operate our devices.

Sound bars with Built-in Alexa support would help you control your music in the best wireless way possible. Moreover, it also helps you control other smart devices at your home.

Although the Alexa support is the primary factor, however you should not miss out on crucial features like mic quality, device connectivity, built, sound quality, streaming support, etc.

Whether you've had yours for a while or it's a new device, Echo Dots are popular smart home devices that come with Alexa and are made by Amazon—but they do lack in sound power. To amp up your Echo Dot's sound, it's a great idea to connect it to your soundbar or a Bluetooth/WIFI speaker for a higher quality sound experience.

Once you connect your Echo Dot to your soundbar or Bluetooth/WIFI speaker, you can enjoy hands-free music, audiobooks, alarms, information, and more with a robust set of speakers. What could be better?

Bluetooth devices, including speakers and soundbars, also happen to operate at 2.4 GHz, interfering with WiFi signal. You may need to change the 2.4 GHz channel on your router, or set it to automatic mode and let the router find a less noisy channel automatically.

There is also a small risk of interference, which may result in slower/weaker WiFi connection and audio drop-out on a wireless subwoofer(s). A simple fix (same as above) will be to change the frequency that your router is operating at to avoid such interference (All routers come with multiple operating frequency options).

An other cool feature you can achieve via a IR/RF Remote Control is that you can set you voice control of volume levels that correspond to your TV's, DVD players, ect. to play thru your soundbar or Bluetooth/WIFI speaker system.

To connect an Echo Dot to a soundbar, you can pair the devices over Bluetooth or connect them with an AUX (3.5mm) cable. Both connection types are simple and straightforward, and NewCyberTech can set it up in a few minutes.