Are you currently on the lookout for a smart speaker that offers nuance and fidelity? Then the Echo Studio is the perfect device for you. This is ideal for people who like to have a good time and get 3D audio experience and who are not afraid of some thumping bass.
Echo Studio Specs
|8.1” height x 6.9” diameter (206 mm x 175 mm).
|7.7 lb (3.5 kg). Actual size and weight may vary by the manufacturing process.
|Three 2” (51 mm) midrange speakers, one 20 mm tweeter, and one 5.25” (133 mm) woofer with bass aperture to maximize bass output.
|Peak output 330W; 24-bit DAC; 100 kHz bandwidth.
|Supported audio formats
|FLAC, MP3, AAC, Opus, Vorbis, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Atmos, Sony 360 Reality Audio/MPEG-H; includes support for CD Quality (16-bit) and Hi-Res (up to 24-bit).
|Supported music streaming services
|Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Pandora, SiriusXM, iHeartRadio, TuneIn.
|Automatic room adaptation
|Analyzes the acoustics of the room and continuously adjusts audio filters during music playback to optimize sound output regardless of placement (requires device is not muted).
|Spatial audio processing technology
|Spatial audio processing technology is a digital audio processing technology that produces a more forward sound with greater width, clarity, and presence that envelops the listener.
|Combination 3.5mm (analog) or mini-TOSLINK (optical) line in.
|Fire TV compatibility
|Connects wirelessly as the audio output for all Fire devices
|Dual-band Wi-Fi supports 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 and 5 GHz) networks. Does not support connecting to ad-hoc (or peer-to-peer) wifi networks.
|Smart Home Hub
|Zigbee + Sidewalk+ Matter controller (Alexa Android app setup only. iOS coming soon)
|Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) support for audio streaming from your mobile device to the Echo or from Echo to your Bluetooth speaker. Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) for voice control of connected mobile devices. Hands-free voice control is not supported for Mac OS X devices. Bluetooth speakers requiring PIN codes are not supported.
At first look, the Echo Studio seems like a more powerful and impressive Echo speaker.
You will see numerous iconic Echo designs, from the iconic blue ring at the top to the cloth covering. Not to mention that it also has hints of what Google and Sonos have in their high-end ranges. This audio device boasts a powerful, imposing feel that will be certain to get looks after you set it up.
Echo Studio is a 55-millimeter mid-range speaker that uses the cut-out to make the most of the bass output while playing heavier songs at the same time. Amazon has upgraded the software of Echo Studio to make sure it could compete within the modern speaker marketplace.
It boasts Dolby Atmos that can convert average audio, making it feel much fuller and richer. Indeed, that could be turned off with the help of an app along with any enhancing feature. It could often sound much better with none of such features turned on depending on what you listen to. Nonetheless, that would be up to you to choose.
Apart from that, the Alexa app will enable you to change the default EQ to make sure it suits your style of sound or music the way you like. You could tune the mids, treble, and bass to fit your requirements. Take note that the audio you put through it will identify how good it will sound. The best part here is that it supports high-bitrate and lossless audio from services such as Tidal and Sony.
- Good value for the money
- Synergy along with other Fire TV and Echo products
- Dolby Atmos 3D
- Weight bass and offers massive sound
- Excellent performance from Alexa
- Weighs a tone
- The bass could be overpowering
- Not as much nuance in the treble or midrange
The enthusiasm of Amazon to push sound quality, as well as its adoption of high-resolution audio, has to be a great thing. The Echo Studio is one of those audio devices that can compete in the crowded smart speaker setting.