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yes, but you will be left in the dark about Alexa’s reply/response.
eByGum
· 17 July 2019
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Look at what external inputs your Hifi has. If there are none but it has FM reception you can buy a car FM tuner and jerry rig it BUT at this stage it might be cheaper to just buy an Amazon device with a speaker or one of the growing number hifi quality speakers with Google or Amazon enabled.
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Look at what external inputs your Hifi has. If there are none but it has FM reception you can buy a car FM tuner and jerry rig it BUT at this stage it might be cheaper to just buy an Amazon device with a speaker or one of the growing number hifi quality speakers with Google or Amazon enabled.
But if there are inputs or Bluetooth. Understand the benefit is your hifi or receiver or multi zone system gets Amazon smarts with the better soundsystem you have.
If the hifi has RCA inputs use a 3.5mm “out” from the echo to a RCA left right cable “into” one of the inputs on your hifi
If your HiFi has Bluetooth use the echo to send signal to be received by pairing to the HiFi See less
Look at what external inputs your Hifi has. If there are none but it has FM reception you can buy a car FM tuner and jerry rig it BUT at this stage it might be cheaper to just buy an Amazon device with a speaker or one of the growing number hifi quality speakers with Google or Amazon enabled.
But if there are inputs or Bluetooth. Understand the benefit is your hifi or receiver or multi zone system gets Amazon smarts with the better soundsystem you have.
If the hifi has RCA inputs use a 3.5mm “out” from the echo to a RCA left right cable “into” one of the inputs on your hifi
If your HiFi has Bluetooth use the echo to send signal to be received by pairing to the HiFi

gjbmcn2
· 25 August 2019
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Yes there are many examples online where one smart assistant can trigger another here is a video link to one example I saw recently that is pretty schmick How to Automate Your TV for Cheap by Smart Home Solver https://youtu.be/70HGHAJJxv0.
gjbmcn2
· 20 October 2019
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Yes
Rahul S
· 9 November 2019
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Don't think so
Dan van
· 30 August 2019
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