(GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop) Amazon is giving users more control within their Echo smart speakers with a set of new controls to adjust bass, treble and mid range settings. The brand new equalizer feature lets users correct each band between six decibels and drawback six decibels. At the U.S., the actions can be accomplished with voice commands such as”Alexa, turn up the bass,” and out the U.S. the new controls are coming back to the Alexa app. Amazon has also made these new controls accessible to programmers, which means that they could program them into skills for their third-party devices that operate with Alexa. Some examples of devices already using Alexa equalizer controls would be the new Sonos Beam and the Polk Control Tavern. The attribute will likely be rolling out at the”coming days” for its first and second generations of Echo and Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show and Echo Spot. Users may enable the new controls below the Alexa devices option and choosing the”sounds” tab after picking the correct device.