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Plugging in a new audio speaker to improve the sound quality of an Ama

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I have an Amazon Echo with poor audio quality. Is it possible to simply "plug in" a new external computer speaker to improve the quality.


FWIW, the only identification on the echo reads "DSNG6G1EU132105104HH".


I see a blank female socket on the back of the ECHO, to the right of the power socket. Might this be a way to plug in an external speaker?


Would appreciate any guidance


 Is this the correct GtG place for questions on Alexa? Is there a more speciaized Echo forum I should be contacting? Thanks...... batpark

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I'd try:



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