Japanese company Sony has released three new wireless speakers to the Indian market. These speakers are named SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500 and SRS-XG500. Of these speakers, the company has used Mega Bass technology for better sound. These include live sound mode and the ability to use it as a guitar amplifier. Not only that, the ambient lighting provided in these speakers changes its color according to the music. Of these, you get the convenience of listening to music continuously for 30 hours.
Sony Speaker Price in India
Sony SRS-XP700 for Rs. 32,990, the Sony SRS-XP500 and the Sony XG 500 are priced at Rs 29,990 and Rs 32,990 respectively. The Sony F-V120 / C microphone, worth Rs.
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Sony SRS-XP700 Specifications
The Sony SRS-XP 700 features a front and rear tweeter and two woofers, which together provide a surround sound experience. In terms of connectivity, you get a stereo mini jack, USB Type-A (play and charge), microphone input, and guitar input. Sony claims that this speaker offers 25 hours of battery life and comes with a splash-resistant IPX4-certified rating. Speaker weight 16.9 kg. The speaker also supports ambient light and can be connected to the microphone or directly to the guitar to act as an amplifier.
Specifications of Sony SRS-XP500
In terms of design, the Sony SRS-XP500 is also similar to the SRS-XP700. However, the Surround Sound Experience facility is not available. The speaker gets the same connectivity options, ambient lighting, karaoke and guitar input. The speaker gets 20 hours of battery backup if charged one time. Its dimensions are 460x256x215mm and weight is 5.5 kg.
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Sony SRS-XG500 Specifications
It is different from the rest in terms of design. The Sony SRS-XG500 has all the horizontal design and the speaker is IP66 dust and water resistant. The speaker also has two tweeters and two woofers. Like the SRS-XP700, it doesn’t get the surround sound experience. The speaker doesn’t even offer USB play and charge, though you do get a USB Type-A port for playing audio from a storage device.