Setup & Usage
Getting the Voice One setup is extremely simple. First set it up where you would like it and plug it in. It will power up and say “powering on”. Download the KitSound app and follow the onscreen instructions to get the Voice One connected and on your network. Once on the network sign in to your Amazon within the KitSound app. That is it, it shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to get the KitSound up and running.
From there you have Amazon Alexa voice control so you can talk to it and control it using your voice. You can listen to Amazon music easily by saying something like “Alexa play G-Eazy radio” and it will start to play. Officially the Voice One supports steaming audio services like TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Spotify, TIDAL, Napster, and Amazon Music. You can also listen to any song that is on your mobile (iOS and Android) device as well as music from a device connected via line in.
The KitSound app is pretty straight forward and it allows you to easily stream music from different services, change the source of sound (Bluetooth, WiFi, or Line In), as well as adjust the volume. You can also set the speaker to have both Left and Right channels or Left or Right. The Voice One speakers are designed to be able to be paired together (up to 8) so you could use one as a left speaker and one as a right. You can also place these around you house for complete sound throughout your home.
When it comes to sound the Voice One does have some really great sound and impressive bass. I tested the speaker in my bedroom, office, and kitchen. In all three places the speaker was more than loud enough to fill the entire room with sound. This speaker definitely sounds better than pretty much all Bluetooth speakers we’ve tested in the past, even the more expensive ones. While it is definitely not the best sounding smart speaker out there, it sounds really good given its price.