ONE of the great things about an Alexa device is listening to music.
Whether you've got Spotify, Apple Music or Amazon Music, it's super easy to just use your voice to request a track.
You'll already be aware that you can change the volume with your voice.
But did you know there are more advanced audio options to choose from as well?
How to do I change my Alexa sound settings
There are a number of ways you can boost the audio on your Alexa device.
Firstly, there's the treble.
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When you turn the treble up it can make the device more sensitive to higher frequencies.
So you could say, "Alexa, increase the treble" or "Alexa, decrease the terble".
Alternatively you can say, "Alexa, set the treble to three" or any other number of your choosing.
Next is bass for that deep vibration feeling.
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Try asking, "Alexa, increase bass" or "Alexa decrease bass".
Don't forget, if you have more than one Alexa device you can control these EQ options by saying the name of the device at the end.
For example, "Alexa, turn the bass up in the living room".
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