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I’m laughing so hard I’m crying. I’m not sure I can “devise” a rational answer about “device” in question.

I have the 2nd Generation Echo RED, and I LOVE it. I’ve sought out other REDs over the years, but I haven’t seen one that I’ve liked as much. The sound is excellent. It’s actually better than both of my sound… see more
I’m laughing so hard I’m crying. I’m not sure I can “devise” a rational answer about “device” in question.

I have the 2nd Generation Echo RED, and I LOVE it. I’ve sought out other REDs over the years, but I haven’t seen one that I’ve liked as much. The sound is excellent. It’s actually better than both of my sound bars in some respects. I have two Dots that I’m looking to upgrade, as well as an original Show. However, I’m VERY unhappy that Alexa/Amazon doesn’t “like” the 5GHz setting that is STANDARD in ALL of today’s wifi routers - and 2.4 GHz is almost IMPOSSIBLE to “add” or find. So… in my new apartment, I can’t add the automated setting of my lights - turning them on/off, etc… using Alexa. just a warning for those looking to do this.

Now… carry on with your levity and laughter… I LOVE IT… oh… and… Actually. They could devise a plan to change the spelling of device. But you beat them to it. see less
I’m laughing so hard I’m crying. I’m not sure I can “devise” a rational answer about “device” in question.

I have the 2nd Generation Echo RED, and I LOVE it. I’ve sought out other REDs over the years, but I haven’t seen one that I’ve liked as much. The sound is excellent. It’s actually better than both of my sound bars in some respects. I have two Dots that I’m looking to upgrade, as well as an original Show. However, I’m VERY unhappy that Alexa/Amazon doesn’t “like” the 5GHz setting that is STANDARD in ALL of today’s wifi routers - and 2.4 GHz is almost IMPOSSIBLE to “add” or find. So… in my new apartment, I can’t add the automated setting of my lights - turning them on/off, etc… using Alexa. just a warning for those looking to do this.

Now… carry on with your levity and laughter… I LOVE IT… oh… and… Actually. They could devise a plan to change the spelling of device. But you beat them to it.

A. Hartman
· January 8, 2022
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Really no way to get away from having wires. I guess you could go and live in the old days with no tech stuff or electrical things at all (Amish). If you want something that is electronic, you are going to have some type of wire at some type of place. Your cell phone requires a wire of some type to charge it. Even if y… see more Really no way to get away from having wires. I guess you could go and live in the old days with no tech stuff or electrical things at all (Amish). If you want something that is electronic, you are going to have some type of wire at some type of place. Your cell phone requires a wire of some type to charge it. Even if you have a wireless charger! It has a power source in order to provide power to the base so you can put the cell phone on it to charge it. No way to get away from having a wire of some type. Even the battery base for the Echo requires a wire to be able to charge it. In most cases, it uses the same wire that comes with the Echo. see less Really no way to get away from having wires. I guess you could go and live in the old days with no tech stuff or electrical things at all (Amish). If you want something that is electronic, you are going to have some type of wire at some type of place. Your cell phone requires a wire of some type to charge it. Even if you have a wireless charger! It has a power source in order to provide power to the base so you can put the cell phone on it to charge it. No way to get away from having a wire of some type. Even the battery base for the Echo requires a wire to be able to charge it. In most cases, it uses the same wire that comes with the Echo.
Dr-Phone
· December 31, 2021
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Yes, it will. I bought a GGMM E4 to work with my Echo 4th. Echo 4th is a bit expensive, I use GGMM E4 rechargeable battery base to make Echo movable, no need to buy several Echo 4th for different rooms, save money.
Melinda
· April 24, 2022
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I use GGMM E4 battery base to make my Echo 4th portable. With a built-in battery, the Echo 4th can be moved from room to room. And the battery stand raises the Alexa speaker Echo 4th higher, it definitely improves the appearance. I chose GGMM since I noticed that they make many accessories for Alexa Echo, seems profess… see more I use GGMM E4 battery base to make my Echo 4th portable. With a built-in battery, the Echo 4th can be moved from room to room. And the battery stand raises the Alexa speaker Echo 4th higher, it definitely improves the appearance. I chose GGMM since I noticed that they make many accessories for Alexa Echo, seems professional and reliable. see less I use GGMM E4 battery base to make my Echo 4th portable. With a built-in battery, the Echo 4th can be moved from room to room. And the battery stand raises the Alexa speaker Echo 4th higher, it definitely improves the appearance. I chose GGMM since I noticed that they make many accessories for Alexa Echo, seems professional and reliable.
Georgeann Stevenson
· April 24, 2022
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The dot with the clock does not come in charcoal (black), which is very disappointing!!!
ann2tie
· June 25, 2021
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YES! 100% unless you use different wake words for the various devices in your house. I say this having a 10" Show & Fire TV Cube in my living room, 1st gen Echos in Kitchen and bathroom, plus an Echo Studio in the bedroom (and before this I also had several Echo Dots). Do yourself a favor and if the layout of your h… see more YES! 100% unless you use different wake words for the various devices in your house. I say this having a 10" Show & Fire TV Cube in my living room, 1st gen Echos in Kitchen and bathroom, plus an Echo Studio in the bedroom (and before this I also had several Echo Dots). Do yourself a favor and if the layout of your house/apartment means that some/all of the Echos are responding then use different wake words to avoid this issue. Once you do this, you'll be fine (and happy to enjoy each of your individual echos fully). see less YES! 100% unless you use different wake words for the various devices in your house. I say this having a 10" Show & Fire TV Cube in my living room, 1st gen Echos in Kitchen and bathroom, plus an Echo Studio in the bedroom (and before this I also had several Echo Dots). Do yourself a favor and if the layout of your house/apartment means that some/all of the Echos are responding then use different wake words to avoid this issue. Once you do this, you'll be fine (and happy to enjoy each of your individual echos fully).
Paul Hawkins
· December 1, 2020
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Yes. I just set up a system with a show or dot in every room for my elderly mother less than a week ago. You can either create a group of just the couple/few that you want to work together, or if you want the music to play on all the echos, dots, and shows simultaneously just say "Alexa, play (name your music) everywhe… see more Yes. I just set up a system with a show or dot in every room for my elderly mother less than a week ago. You can either create a group of just the couple/few that you want to work together, or if you want the music to play on all the echos, dots, and shows simultaneously just say "Alexa, play (name your music) everywhere." "Everywhere" is the key command, and that works without defining or setting up a group. see less Yes. I just set up a system with a show or dot in every room for my elderly mother less than a week ago. You can either create a group of just the couple/few that you want to work together, or if you want the music to play on all the echos, dots, and shows simultaneously just say "Alexa, play (name your music) everywhere." "Everywhere" is the key command, and that works without defining or setting up a group.
Janet W.
· October 22, 2020
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Amazon now has a battery base available for the Echo 4.0. https://www.amazon.com/Battery-generation-compatible-previous-generations/dp/B08FGS3PZS/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=echo+battery+base&qid=1636574138&sr=8-3
Edward M
· November 10, 2021
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Yep. This Echo completely replaces the Echo Plus.
Out with the old, in with the new.

Alex the Amazonian
· April 9, 2021
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Si, tiene españo
Amazon Customer
· December 19, 2020