Did you just get an Amazon Echo and you are wondering how to get the best bass settings? Not to worry, we will provide you the perfect settings along with other important settings as well.
Before we do, we are delighted to inform you that there is a new “equalizer” for this speaker. With the help of Alexa, you can adjust mid-range, treble, and bass tones. This must be delightful news.
About Amazon Echo
This device is a hands-free speaker. The only difference is that it responds to your voice as the control. This speaker connects to Alexa to ask questions, play music, send messages, receive messages, and make calls. It also gives you access to sports scores, news, weather, and other pieces of information.
Recently, a few features have been added to Amazon Echo devices. Now, there is Dolby processing which allows you to enjoy a more immersive sound. The speaker comes with beam-forming technology and seven microphones. This means that the speaker can pick your voice across the room.
To enjoy your Echo speaker, simply say “Alexa” to wake the device. The speaker responds instantly. There’s so much you can do with this speaker. Now let’s see how to sort out your bass settings.
Best Bass Settings for Amazon Echo
Bass is the lowest tone in your music. It is this tone that comes out of your largest speaker or sub-woofer. Treble refers to the notes on the higher frequency such as piano ballads, female voices, and guitar solos. Mid-range is everything else in-between.
There’s no way we will talk about the bass settings without mentioning all three. Like we stated earlier, you can sort out all these settings using Alexa.
As for the best Amazon Echo bass settings, it is about what you prefer. However, we will show you how to adjust your settings properly in this post.
This is one of the easiest ways to adjust your bass settings on Amazon Echo. Simply issue the command to Alexa. For example, you can say “Alexa, turn bass up.” You can also try “Alexa, set the bass to 5.” If you need to undo the changes, simply say “Alexa, reset the equalizer.”
This works perfectly if you aren’t a lover of too much talk. It is also great if you are making use of headphones and you are in public. All you need to do is open the app on your device and sort out your bass settings from here.
Simply open the app and pick the Amazon Echo device that you are using at the moment. Go to Sounds then enable Equalizer. This will allow you to control all the settings of your music straight from your phone.
Echo Show/Echo Spot
If your Echo speaker has a screen then you can use this method to equalize your sound. Simply swipe down and tap on “Settings.” From here, go to the Sounds menu and tap on enable Equalizer. This allows you to adjust all your sound settings easily.