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Atlantic Technology’s Gatecrasher1 Now Works with Alexa

Adds hands-fee ability to 2.1 stereo system.

Atlantic Technology has added the capability of hands-free voice control by Alexa to its Gatecrasher1 wireless multi-room 2.1 stereo table-top audio systems as part of the ‘Works With Alexa’ capability that wirelessly connects any Alexa Enabled device to control and play through Gatecrasher1. This makes Gatecrasher1 compatible with all Alexa Enabled devices such as the Echo Flex, Echo Dot, Echo, Echo Plus, Echo Studio, and Echo Show.

Gatecrasher1 is a premium Hi-Res multi-room wireless speaker that features 2.4/5 GHz dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with aptX wireless capability, a Priority Auto Sensing 3.5mm analog input, and DLNA connectivity. Gatecrasher1 and its free App provide free streaming from over 20,000 internet radio stations and connectivity to a variety of popular subscription streaming services, including Spotify Connect, as well as Hi-Res streaming services Tidal, Qobuz, and Deezer. Gatecrasher1 comes in a non-resonant cabinet made like a bookshelf speaker and is available in two fine furniture finishes. This 2.1 stereo system is packed with a 3-way array of speakers, including a woofer with passive radiator and dual mid-range and tweeter drivers.

Existing Gatecrasher1 owners can add the ‘Works with Alexa’ capability for free by first checking the Gatecrasher app that their speaker software and the app are updated to the latest versions. Set up with Alexa is done by using free downloadable directions from Atlantic Technology to add the specified free Alexa Skill to the Alexa Enabled device through its Alexa app.

Once the new Alexa Skill is enabled, Gatecrasher1 users have the option of using hands-free voice commands to play a favorite internet radio station, make a musical selection from a subscribed music streaming service, and control volume, mute audio, pause, play, forward, or back-up through songs and playlists.

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