Admittedly, the HomePod and Google Home Max do cost a lot more than the Echo but it could definitely do with an audio boost.
Amazon is clearly aware of this problem and so it has now announced the launch of something called the Echo Sub.
This is the first wireless subwoofer for those who want to pump up the bass when listening to music on their existing or new Echo devices.
Amazon says users can connect the Echo Sub to compatible Echo devices to create a 1.1 or 2.1 pairing for stereo sound.
Plus, with the equaliser feature, you can adjust the bass, mid-range, and treble using the Alexa app.
The Sub will be available later this year and cost 119.99.

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  • Echo Sub delivers down-firing, 100W deep bass sound through a 6" woofer.
  • Pair with one Echo or Echo Plus (sold separately) to enjoy dynamic music that fills the room.
  • Pair with two of the same compatible Echo devices for rich left/right stereo sound.
  • Simple to set up and use-just plug in, open the Alexa App and wirelessly connect to your Echo device(s) to control music with your voice.

[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]