Amazon Echo Link Amp
Getting to know your Echo Link Amp
Connect your speakers
To connect your non-powered speakers, use the binding posts on the back of your Echo Link Amp. The posts can accept bare Speaker wire or banana plugs.
Optional: Connect other audio equipment
To connect powered speakers and/or a subwoofer, use the digital (coaxial/optical) or analog (RCA+subwoofer) outputs. Make sure they are powered on and the volume is turned up.
To connect another audio component, such as a CD player, MP3 player, or amplified turntable, use the inputs on the back of your Echo Link Amp. Use the input format (RCA/coaxial/optical) that matches the output on your audio component. Echo Link Amp supports audio input from only one component at a time.
Plug in your Echo Link Amp
Plug the power cord into your Echo Link Amp and then into a power outlet. The LED on the Action button will light up, letting you know that your Echo Link Amp is ready for setup in the Alexa App. You must use the power cord included in your original Echo Link Amp package for optimal performance.
Download the Alexa App
Download the latest version of the Alexa App from the app store. After you open the Alexa App, if you are not prompted to set up your device, tap the Devices icon in the lower right of the Alexa App to get started.
To learn more about Echo Link Amp, go to Help & Feedback in the Alexa App. If you plan to use an Ethernet connection for your Echo Link Amp, please complete the setup using Wi-Fi, then plug in an Ethernet cable to establish an Ethernet connection.
Give us your feedback
Alexa will improve over time, with new features and ways to get things done. We want to hear about your experiences. Use the Alexa App to send us feedback or visit www.amazon.com/devicesupport.
FAQs Amazon Echo Link Amp
Q: What is the Amazon Echo Link Amp?
A: The Amazon Echo Link Amp is a device that allows you to stream music to your speakers via your Amazon Echo.
Q: What are the features of the Echo Link Amp?
A: The Echo Link Amp includes a built-in amplifier, multiple inputs for connecting to your other devices, and Alexa voice control.
Q: What kind of speakers can I use with the Echo Link Amp?
A: The Echo Link Amp is compatible with most speakers, including bookshelf, floor-standing, in-ceiling, and in-wall speakers.
Q: Can I connect my TV to the Echo Link Amp?
A: Yes, you can connect your TV to the Echo Link Amp using optical input.
Q: Does the Amazon Echo Link Amp support Bluetooth?
A: No, the Echo Link Amp does not support Bluetooth. However, you can connect your device via Wi-Fi or a wired connection.
Q: Can I control the volume of my speakers with the Amazon Echo Link Amp?
A: Yes, you can control the volume of your speakers using the Echo or the Alexa app.
Q: Can I use the Amazon Echo Link Amp without an Amazon Echo?
A: Yes, you can use the Echo Link Amp without an Amazon Echo by connecting it to your Wi-Fi network and using the Alexa app on your phone.
Q: What is the price of the Amazon Echo Link Amp?
A: The price of the Echo Link Amp varies depending on the retailer, but it is generally around $300.
Q: Can I use the Amazon Echo Link Amp to create a multi-room audio system?
A: Yes, you can use the Echo Link Amp to create a multi-room audio system by connecting multiple Echo devices and speakers.
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