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Available to all customers from 00.01 22/11 - no Alexa device needed
*Available to all customers from 00.00 22/11 - no need for an Alexa device*

Found this offer via Alexa and also credit to @immortan4jo, if you say 'Alexa I want to buy Alexa Input white' - it comes up as £14.99, and adds to basket at £24.99 and then take to checkout on web/app to see the £10 discount applied. Free delivery for Prime users. Next best price of £28.48 is based on Scan including delivery. If you don't have an Alexa device to order at this price, I would expect that the price drops for all customers before Black Friday. Echo inputs are basically used to add Alexa to your own speakers, without just buying an Echo Dot and plugging into the headphone socket.



Echo Input (White) – Bring Alexa to your own speaker – Requires an external speaker with 3.5mm audio-input or Bluetooth

  • Echo Input adds Alexa to an external speaker and connects via a 3.5 mm audio cable or Bluetooth.
  • With four microphones, Echo Input hears you from across the room - even when music is playing.
  • Stream Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, TuneIn and more on your favourite speaker.
  • Just ask Alexa to play a song, read the news or check the weather and traffic.
  • Set alarms and timers, add items to your to-do list, and control compatible smart home devices.
  • Alexa is always getting smarter and adding new skills. Track your fitness, play games and more.
  • Slim, low-profile design fits almost anywhere.

You should see Alexa shopping discount applied.

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I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. Bought a cheap USB hardwired adapter From Ebay and wired it up behind the cigarette lighter.

These have bluetooth and 3.5mm aux so most should be able to get it though the car stereo. I hid it in the centre console and it hears fine, it's far enough from the speakers not to be a problem. I'm sure others have done this, just sharing as might be useful to some.
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Before you buy anything like this watch the film 1984.
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I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. Bought a cheap USB hardwired adapter From Ebay and wired it up behind the cigarette lighter.

These have bluetooth and 3.5mm aux so most should be able to get it though the car stereo. I hid it in the centre console and it hears fine, it's far enough from the speakers not to be a problem. I'm sure others have done this, just sharing as might be useful to some.
Awsome, just what I need to make the TV even more smarter...
Can I add this to a Bose system?
SixtyFive18/11/2019 05:15

Before you buy anything like this watch the film 1984. [Video]


If I had one of these I could get her to play it for me
Can't see the point of these. Just link your phone to your blu tooth speaker and use the Alexa app and Amazon music app.
Smash7718/11/2019 06:44

Yes any speaker which has Bluetooth.


It’s doesn’t have Bluetooth
katiepridmoremail18/11/2019 07:09

It’s doesn’t have Bluetooth


Depends on the system then. What inputs does it have (or what model is it)?
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Also I am trying to get a Bluetooth adapter for the Bose system- would this make it Bluetooth?
miffyl18/11/2019 07:19

Depends on the system then. What inputs does it have (or what model is it)?


I've got a Yamaha 393 LM+ (moa version) and added a Belkin GU>dty Bluetooth adapter, then connected this to a set of B&O tp's Will this work with my set up?? Or should I replace the Belkin GU>dty with the Belkin GD>dty?

Thanks.
evostick4718/11/2019 07:58

I've got a Yamaha 393 LM+ (moa version) and added a Belkin GU>dty …I've got a Yamaha 393 LM+ (moa version) and added a Belkin GU>dty Bluetooth adapter, then connected this to a set of B&O tp's Will this work with my set up?? Or should I replace the Belkin GU>dty with the Belkin GD>dty?Thanks.


Sorry, don't understand all the abbreviations.
Feedback for anyone trying to use this in a multi-room setup with Echo dots (and probably other Echo devices)...

I've got one plugged into a living room hifi using a 3mm jack along with Echo dots in surrounding rooms, mainly to add a bit of quality and bass to the sound when I use multi-room audio.

The Echo Input synchronises the music perfectly fine, but it responds extremely slowly in comparison to the Dots in the house. It also takes commands meant for other devices, where normally they decide which device is closest and that one takes the command. In most cases, if I set a timer in the kitchen next door, the Echo input will also acknowledge the same command about 20 seconds later! I end up with 2 timers set. Only a minor issue, but it highlights how it doesn't work in the same way as other devices.

Whether this will all be fixed in an update, I'm not sure. In the meantime, I can't see any reason to buy this over a Dot, which has the same functionality and works much better in a multi-room setup.
kencol18/11/2019 05:50

I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. …I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. Bought a cheap USB hardwired adapter From Ebay and wired it up behind the cigarette lighter.These have bluetooth and 3.5mm aux so most should be able to get it though the car stereo. I hid it in the centre console and it hears fine, it's far enough from the speakers not to be a problem. I'm sure others have done this, just sharing as might be useful to some.


Great advice, genuine question what do you find it useful for in the car? Can't you use most applications through phone or is it that its truly hands free?
'If you don't have an Alexa device to order at this price, I would expect that the price drops for all customers before Black Friday. '



Or you can try using Alex via the mobile app
kencol18/11/2019 05:50

I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. …I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. Bought a cheap USB hardwired adapter From Ebay and wired it up behind the cigarette lighter.These have bluetooth and 3.5mm aux so most should be able to get it though the car stereo. I hid it in the centre console and it hears fine, it's far enough from the speakers not to be a problem. I'm sure others have done this, just sharing as might be useful to some.


I bought an Anker roav pro for £30 on Amazon.

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neil.solender18/11/2019 08:52

Great advice, genuine question what do you find it useful for in the car? …Great advice, genuine question what do you find it useful for in the car? Can't you use most applications through phone or is it that its truly hands free?


See my Anker Roar pro post above. When we are in the car as a family, we can all call our favourite songs to Alexa to play without touching my phone. I can also ask for directions to a certain place
Best thing I've purchased this year for the car. USB and Aux lead required because sadly Bluetooth doesn't work with stereos that require a pass code to connect. I've wired it into the USB port in the centre console with wires tucked away and the main unit is attached to the underside of the sun visor.

I paid £4.99, but I'm happy to apply heat at this price
kencol18/11/2019 05:50

I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. …I put one of these on the car as I couldn't get hold of an echo auto yet. Bought a cheap USB hardwired adapter From Ebay and wired it up behind the cigarette lighter.These have bluetooth and 3.5mm aux so most should be able to get it though the car stereo. I hid it in the centre console and it hears fine, it's far enough from the speakers not to be a problem. I'm sure others have done this, just sharing as might be useful to some.


How much data does it get through?
Hi,thanks order
thanks got one to try in car
My car stereo doesn't have an aux input or any sort of wire input connection.
It has no Bluetooth either so I'm wondering how I could if possible connect an input or Echodot to it.
That's if it's even possible.
Edited by: "1616french" 18th Nov 2019
1616french18/11/2019 12:21

My car stereo doesn't have an aux input or any sort of wire input …My car stereo doesn't have an aux input or any sort of wire input connection.It has no Bluetooth either so I'm wondering how I could if possible connect an input or Echodot to it.That's if it's even possible.


Ebay have Cigarette adapter bluetooth receivers i paid about £6, it sends the audio via FM signal so you tune your car stereo to it
Edited by: "JAMAL" 18th Nov 2019
JAMAL18/11/2019 13:04

Ebay have Cigarette adapter bluetooth receivers i paid about £6, it sends …Ebay have Cigarette adapter bluetooth receivers i paid about £6, it sends the audio via FM signal so you tune your car stereo to it


I got one of these a couple of years ago, this will do the job too?

hotukdeals.com/dea…670
Ordered thanks.

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1616french18/11/2019 12:21

My car stereo doesn't have an aux input or any sort of wire input …My car stereo doesn't have an aux input or any sort of wire input connection.It has no Bluetooth either so I'm wondering how I could if possible connect an input or Echodot to it.That's if it's even possible.


Anker roav pro (via radio frequency)
1616french18/11/2019 13:10

I got one of these a couple of years ago, this will do the job …I got one of these a couple of years ago, this will do the job too?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gocomma-roidmi-2s-bluetooth-v42-transmitter-car-charger-black-only-795-after-code-at-gearbest-2699670


I cant see why not, and if not amazon have great returns
neil.solender18/11/2019 08:52

Great advice, genuine question what do you find it useful for in the car? …Great advice, genuine question what do you find it useful for in the car? Can't you use most applications through phone or is it that its truly hands free?


It's just the same as in the house, I can call my partner via the kitchen echo dot, Ican ask about drive times and i can ask it to play a song, playlist or radio station...i ask it to turn on the passage light when i get home, I'm aware you can set smartthings up to turn it on when your phone gets home, and this does work for most.

Data wise, its early days, but I get 10gb data for a tenner via virgin, so a few songs on a 25 min commute shouldn't batter that.
1616french18/11/2019 13:10

I got one of these a couple of years ago, this will do the job …I got one of these a couple of years ago, this will do the job too?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gocomma-roidmi-2s-bluetooth-v42-transmitter-car-charger-black-only-795-after-code-at-gearbest-2699670


Should do.
TiredParent18/11/2019 09:04

I bought an Anker roav pro for £30 on Amazon.[Image]


I didn't want something sticking out of the cigarette lighter, too close to the gearstick. Also, that's £30, this is only £15 (+usb adapter).

The Echo input is small and can be discretely hidden almost anywhere in your car. On the plus side of the Anker, you can remove it when you leave the car, and if you change cars, it's easy to take with you.
kencol18/11/2019 17:51

I didn't want something sticking out of the cigarette lighter, too close …I didn't want something sticking out of the cigarette lighter, too close to the gearstick. Also, that's £30, this is only £15 (+usb adapter).The Echo input is small and can be discretely hidden almost anywhere in your car. On the plus side of the Anker, you can remove it when you leave the car, and if you change cars, it's easy to take with you.


To be honest, i ordered this today. If it's good, I'll return the anker roav. This price is a good deal for the product!
BuzzDuraband18/11/2019 10:05

Best thing I've purchased this year for the car. USB and Aux lead required …Best thing I've purchased this year for the car. USB and Aux lead required because sadly Bluetooth doesn't work with stereos that require a pass code to connect. I've wired it into the USB port in the centre console with wires tucked away and the main unit is attached to the underside of the sun visor.I paid £4.99, but I'm happy to apply heat at this price


How do you connect your phone/device to the Echo Input? Can you do it over Bluetooth or do you need a WiFi hotspot?
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