Add powerful bass to your Echo speakers with Amazon's Echo Sub at $50 off for a limited time

Amazon's Echo Sub (opens in new tab) pairs with Echo devices to offer a serious sound upgrade, and today you can snag one in used condition at Woot for $79.99, saving you $50 off the regular cost (opens in new tab). This limited-time deal may not have brand new products, though they've each been tested and verified by Amazon to ensure they're in good working condition. Woot even includes a 90-day warranty with the purchase, and you can score free shipping by logging in with an Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) account.

This down-firing 100W Echo Sub can be paired with another Echo device for dynamic audio, or paired with two Echo devices wirelessly to create a 2.1 stereo system. It's offered in used condition and is provided with a 90-day warranty. (opens in new tab)
This down-firing 100W Echo Sub can be paired with another Echo device for dynamic audio, or paired with two Echo devices wirelessly to create a 2.1 stereo system. It's offered in used condition and is provided with a 90-day warranty.

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The Echo Sub requires that you pair it with another Echo device, and while the Echo (opens in new tab) and Echo Plus (opens in new tab) are Amazon's optimized suggestions to use with it, many others can be paired as well, from the Echo Dot (opens in new tab) to the Echo Show 5 (opens in new tab). The Echo Dot is the most affordable pick to start with if you don't own an Echo device already.

The Echo Sub delivers down-firing, 100W deep bass through its 6-inch woofer while the Amazon Alexa app allows you to set everything up easily. It's pretty easy to get it up and running, though we do have an Echo Sub set up guide if you need it. Pairing the Echo Sub with two Echo devices creates a wireless 2.1 stereo system with rich left/right stereo sound, though the two paired devices need to be identical. Once connected, you'll be able to start streaming music from services like Amazon Music Unlimited or Apple Music, play audiobooks, talk to Alexa, and much more. If you've spent any period of time using your existing Echo devices to listen to music, you'll know that the sound is a tad flat. While it's serviceable for many people, music fans will certainly appreciate the added oomph of the Echo Sub.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](https://twitter.com/adamoram).