To turn on active noise cancellation, all you have to do is press and hold on either the earbud, or say, Alexa, turn on noise cancellation, or access the settings from the Alexa app. When you want to know what’s happening around you, enable passthrough mode with a single press and hold the earbud or say Alexa, turn on Passthrough. With this mode, you can easily adjust the amount of ambient sound you hear through the device settings in the Alexa app.
The all-new Echo Buds come with four ear tip sizes and two wing tip sizes. During set-up, a simple ear tip fit test is provided in the Alexa app to help you find the optimal fit. Echo Buds offer up to five hours of music playback on a single charge with Active Noise Cancellation and Alexa Wake. Plus the compact case offers two additional charges for a total of up to 15 hours of music playback. To check your battery status while wearing the Echo Buds, all you have to do is say Alexa, what’s my battery status?
You can also check the battery status in the Alexa app, or the LED lights on the front of each earbud will show the battery status when your Echo Buds are inside the case. The earbuds can be charged via USB-C. The wireless option can also be charged with a compatible Qi-certified wireless charging pad that can be purchased separately. Also, there is a new Alexa feature that allows you to move between Alexa and Music. For this you just have to say Alexa, move my music to Echo Buds
The Echo Buds connect to Alexa via the Alexa app on your mobile device and can use your existing device data plan to access services like music, calling, and more. These are built with several layers of privacy protection and controls, including the ability to mute mics with the Alexa app or via customizable on-bud tap controls.
The new Echo Buds can be purchased from www.amazon.in/echobuds. The Echo Buds are available for Rs 11,999 for the USB-C wired charging option and Rs 13,999 for the wireless charging case option. You can avail a limited period discount of Rs 1,000 on both.