So, can I use my Echo Dot as a wired speaker? The answer depends on your situation. The Echo is Bluetooth-enabled, but you can also connect it to a wired speaker by using a 3.5mm audio jack. For most situations, it will work just fine. If you want to make it more flexible, you can even use it as a dedicated Mac speaker.
The Echo Dot is compatible with a variety of types of speakers, including Bluetooth, 3.5mm audio cables, and full-sized stereo speakers. To use it as a wired speaker, you must first connect it to a compatible audio device. Aux cords are very inexpensive and widely available. To connect it to a wired speaker, you must use a 3.5mm audio cable and a compatible aux plug.
If you wish to use the Echo Dot with a wired speaker, you must connect it to one with a 3.5mm audio jack. You can also connect it to a Bluetooth speaker at the same time. The Echo Dot will pipe the audio through the Bluetooth speaker if it is connected to a wired speaker, and through the wired speakers when it is disconnected from Bluetooth. You can also turn the wireless speakers on and off using the Alexa assistant.
You can also connect your Echo Dot to a wired speaker by connecting the 3.5mm audio jack to the rear of the speaker. If you connect the wired speaker to a Bluetooth speaker, it will bypass the internal speaker, which is used for Alexa communication. If you choose to use a wired speaker, you must ensure that you turn on the Bluetooth speaker before connecting the wired one. If you use the latter option, the device will switch back to the internal speaker.