Add Alexa to your speakers with $15 off Amazon's Echo Input
Amazon's Echo Input (opens in new tab) has dropped to $19.99. That's $15 off its regular price and one of the lowest prices we've ever seen. You can also get this deal in White (opens in new tab). Amazon has marked this as a limited-time deal, so it's safe to say the price will not last for a long time.
The Input is just a great way to augment your smart home. You might already have a few Echo Dots or other Amazon devices around the house. Considering the 3rd-gen Echo Dot (opens in new tab) is only $24.99 right now for Prime members, you'd be crazy not to, right? While these do have improved speakers, it might not be great enough for your excellent audiophile ears. The Input gives you a way to keep Alexa accessible even while using your amazing surround sound system or bookshelf speakers like the Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2, which are also on sale right now.
The Input lets you connect to a regular speaker via the 3.5mm audio jack or through Bluetooth. You can then ask Alexa to stream music from your favorite places like Spotify, Pandora, Amazon Music, Apple Music, and others. Essentially, you can turn any "dumb" speaker into a "smart" one using the Input. It doesn't just have to be music, either. Ask Alexa to tell you the news, the weather, or any of the other things you talk to Alexa about.
You'll get a 90-day warranty with the Input, and more than 2,600 users (opens in new tab) give it 4.1 stars out of 5.
We are seeing a lot of deals on Amazon devices right now. Not only can you save on the Echo Dot (opens in new tab) as mentioned above, you can also get the Echo Show 5 (opens in new tab) for just $64.99. You can even enhance your home security with a discounted Ring Video Doorbell 2 (opens in new tab). Lots of ways to save today!
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