It depends on what you want to do. At the basic end, smart speakers essentially use your voice to search online, provide services, and you can control lights, fans, refrigerators, TVs and other equipment and content. The command or query begins with the following:
"Hey Siri" for Apple devices
"Alexa" for Amazon products.
Following these are the commands or details you want the assistant to execute.
Digital assistants are the core of every smart speaker, and the artificial intelligence in these devices is always trying to learn new things. Over time, you may find that your smart speakers respond faster-this is because they can learn to recognize your voice patterns, intonation, intonation, etc.
All you need to do is connect the speaker to your home network, create an account and follow the setup steps. It's very simple, because the developers behind the digital assistant have established partnerships with many major online services, entertainment websites, and appliance manufacturers.
However, smart speakers can only hear sound in certain ways. All models have a list of basic commands, such as "Change TV to Channel 9". However, a well-programmed system can detect spoken changes of phrases to perform the same tasks, such as "tuning the TV to Channel 9" or "switching the TV to Channel 9".
Although the current third-party smart speakers are aligned with a major assistant, don’t be surprised if you start to see models that support Google, Alexa, and Siri at the same time. There are rumors that cross-brand support allows you to choose which assistant to interact with, so over time, products that support multiple assistants should appear.