You have moved your Echo Studio to a new room and now you need to recalibrate it. A new room means that there will be different acoustics, and you don’t want your Echo Studio sounding a little off.

Sadly, there isn’t a lot of information from Amazon on how to complete recalibration as the device doesn’t do it automatically, but there is a way. The process is quite straightforward and you can do it in a matter of minutes.

How Do You Calibrate Or Recalibrate Your Echo Studio

Amazon would have been nice to recalibrate your device through the Alexa application, but you cannot. Instead, you will have to do a hard reset as if you were starting from scratch. Don’t worry though, this process will only take a few minutes of your time. Here are the steps:

  • Place the Echo Studio where you want it.
  • Hold down the power button for 20 seconds.
  • Complete the set up process in the Alexa application.
  • Test out the Echo device.

Place The Echo Studio Where You Want It

Before you even begin the hard reset, place the Echo Studio where you will want it. You don’t want to complete the process in one room and then move it to a new location. This defeats the purpose of the recalibration.

Ensure that you have the device exactly where you want it. This location can be a shelf, countertop, entertainment center, or wherever. Finding an ideal location will make it easier for you, and you won’t have to calibrate it again.

Hold The Button Down For 20 Seconds

Once you have found the perfect spot for your Echo Studio, plug the device in, and you can begin the recalibration. You will hold the power button down for about 20 seconds. Now, your device may start blinking an orange yellow color before 20 seconds is up. Don’t lift your finger then.

Your Echo Studio may first say it is in “Set Up mode,” but you want to keep holding that button down. It will notify you that it is going to reset itself. You can then release the button after it announces this. 

Your Echo Studio will announce when you should begin the setup process within the Alexa application. Wait for it to tell you this before you begin setting up mode. Normally, the ring light will turn blue when it is ready to start the next steps.

Complete Set-Up Process

Now that your Echo Studio has been reset, you are ready to set up the device through the Alexa application on your phone. Log into the application and click on “add device.” You will then begin the steps to connect your Echo Studio back to your Alexa.

Your Echo Studio will then calibrate the room to adjust its acoustics to the parameters. This process should take only a few minutes, and then you can begin using your device. 

Ensure that you add the device to the correct room. Doing this will make turning off all devices in one room easier without commanding each device to turn off. It is especially useful for you if you plan on adding more smart devices later down the road.

Test The Echo Device

You will want to test the Echo Studio before you finish the setup process. Play your favorite song or audiobook to see how the sound is. It is always good to test it because you may not like where your device is at.

If you find that the location is not ideal, you can always move your speaker to another location and complete the hard reset again. You might as well find the best place, then leave it where it is at and come back to it later.

Can You Manually Calibrate The Echo Studio?

Many speaker devices like the Echo Studio can often be used as a surround sound system. These types of systems usually can be manually calibrated, but it is not the case for the Echo studio. 

There are no options within the Alexa application or on the device itself. Amazon hasn’t put any updates out that will allow you to calibrate the device, and it doesn’t look like Amazon plans on putting out an update for this option. 

You can only hard reset the device and let it automatically calibrate to the room. There are no ways to adjust the sound manually nor are there any other ways to recalibrate your device. 

Final Thoughts

You will find that recalibration or calibration is pretty straightforward and will only take a few minutes out of your day to get it all squared away. Although the Echo Studio doesn’t allow manual calibration, it is a great addition to your home to make it a little smarter.