You would probably be just as happy with the Echo second generation.
It's got nice sound and will play a few different music sources. You can
blue tooth your iPhone and play music that way or even connect it to
whatever you want. And it's not going to cost you over $300. You can
subscribe to Amazon music like I did for $7.99 and the app works really
well on the iPhone. There's an Alexa button which is almost as quick as
using Siri to play Apple music. And the music subscription can be used
on all of your devices. You can even get Amazon music just on your Alexa
device for $3.99 if you prefer that.
On 2/14/2018 7:51 PM, M. Taylor wrote:
I was really considering buying a HOmePod. However, as I am not subscribed
to Apple Music nor am I going to subscribe anytime soon, I was hoping that
the HomePod would have a 3.5mm jack so that I could use it with non-apple
and/or legacy hardware devices such as my iPod Nanno. What a bummer that it
does not have such a port.
Perhaps I'll wait until the next generation model in hopes that they will
permit legacy-device attachments.
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