Simple trick to get the best sound out of your smart speaker

A smart speaker is a voice-activated wireless speaker designed to interact with users and perform various tasks through voice commands. These devices are typically powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and use natural language processing to interpret and respond to user requests.

Smart speakers can be used for various tasks, such as playing music, setting alarms, checking the weather, answering questions, making phone calls, and controlling smart home devices like lights, thermostats, and security systems. They typically connect to the internet via Wi-Fi, and some models may also have Bluetooth and/or auxiliary input/output capabilities for additional functionality.

Examples of popular smart speakers include Amazon Echo, Google Nest, and Apple HomePod.

These speakers quickly and easily add the ability to play room-filling sound to any home or space. However, the compact design of these devices often sacrifices sound quality by omitting crucial vibration isolation features within the smart speaker. Adding a few of our Isolate IT Sorbothane hemispheres to the bottom of any smart or Bluetooth speaker will decouple it from the surface it sits on and allow it to provide a much higher quality and luxurious acoustic experience. 

Follow these instructions to pick the perfect Sorbothane isolator for your smart speaker.

Need to pick a new smart speaker? Start with a high-quality model listed below:

  1. Sonos Move
  2. Amazon Echo Studio
  3. Amazon 2 Echo w/ Echo Sub
  4. Amazon Echo Show 10
  5. Apple HomePod (2nd Gen)
  6. Bose Home Speaker 500
  7. Bose Home Speaker 300
  8. Amazon Echo (4th Gen)
  9. Bose Portable Home
  10. Sonos One (Gen 2)
  11. Amazon Echo Show 8 (2nd Gen)
  12. Google Nest Audio
  13. Google Nest Hub Max
  14. Marshall Uxbridge Voice
  15. Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin
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