Yourcomes with all the information you need to set it up, except it tells you the best and safest places in your house to place the smart speaker. You probably think, "Does it really matter where I put it as long as I can speak from most parts of my house?" Our answer is yes.
If you place your Alexa device in certain areas of your home,security or even .
For example, did you know that intruders can access your smart speaker from outside if it is placed too close to a window? We're here to tell you where not to place your Echo speaker and the best spots for it. Read on for more information.
Near a toilet
Placing an ultrasound near your toilet is dirty. Think about all the germs that stick around that area, even in super clean bathrooms. However, if you must have(and okay, we'll see the appeal), try placing it as far away from the toilet as possible.
If you can,with an adhesive strip or a nail. Make sure it's safe so it doesn't fall, and don't forget to put it near an electrical outlet so you can plug it in. Also keep it away from the bath (duh!). You wouldn't want to fry your speaker or you.
On a Sink
If you're trying to drown out the sounds of Alexa's voice, at least place your expensive Echo on a sink. However, if you want to keep it intact, never place it near water.
You don't want to risk confusing your kitchen water sprinkler and soaking your Echo's speaker. Instead, place it on another counter without a sink, such as an island, or tuck it in a corner where it is further away from splashing spaghetti sauce and water spray. It stays cleaner and may sound better too.
Near a window
Keep your smart speaker away from all windows in your house. Not only does it give everyone outside access to your ultrasound, but they may also have access to your other smart home devices. For example, if your car is connected to your smart speaker, someone.
Also with the recentdoing tricks Alexa to execute commands, it's important to keep your Echo's microphone out of sight from a window. Fortunately, no confirmed cases of this are known, but researchers say it's possible. But if someone can see your device through the window, it's time to move or barricade it, because then your device will remain visible. For example, someone can buy something online with your smart speaker.
Under your TV
How many commercials are there that say "Alexa, play …" and then? Or even if the remote TV says something that sounds like “Alexa,” guess what is going to happen.
This not only interrupts the show you are watching, but also starts recording what is said after the assignment. So if you have a private conversation and Alexa starts, you risk. It makes more sense to place it on a side table and the voice assistant is more likely to remain silent until you give a command. )
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