The Sony X-Series Range Party Speakers announced last month in Europe has been announced for NA markets. The SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500 and SRS-XG500 will sell for US$448, US$348, and US$448, respectively when they become available on June 11.
For those who swear by the audio reproduction of SONOS, you will be glad to know that you can now bring SONOS’ signature sound anywhere you go – including to the great wilderness.
If you like the idea of the Belkin Soundform Elite, but can’t bear to part with $300 for the Bluetooth speaker/wireless charging pad, Belkin has other alternatives for you. One of the alternatives is this: Belkin Boost Charge Wireless Charging Stand + Speaker.
Marshall has shrunk its Bluetooth speakers to offer Marshall’s signature sound in a very compact, go anywhere package. Called Emberton, it is the smallest Marshall speaker yet.
Bang & Olufsen is having blast in rolling out new products. In a short span of just three months, it has introduced two wireless speakers and a pair of wireless ANC headphones, and now there is one more. This time, this is targeted at the very affluent.
Looking at the COVID-19 situation, partying isn’t recommended yet. But that does not stop Sony from revealing three fit-for-home-party X-Series Bluetooth speakers. Altogether there are three models, namely, SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500 and SRS-XG500.
Anyone who is in the market for a projector may want to check out Xiaomi’s offering, the Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro, a follow up to its Mi Smart Compact Projector aka Mijia Projector. For those who are not aware, Xiaomi is not new to projectors.
One thing that Apple thought me was: never buy a speaker dock, ever. I was overly enthusiastic starting with iPhone 3G. Bought a JBL speaker dock with the 30-pin connector. It was used happily through iPhone 4 and then boom! iPhone 5 and Lightning connector…
Sony 360 Reality Audio is an audio format that promised an immersive audio experience with 3D effect. It can be experienced with devices like the new Sony SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 Wireless Speakers.
Audioengine’s line of wireless speakers is now joined by Audioengine HD4 Home Music System with Bluetooth aptX-HD. With Qualcomm Bluetooth aptX-HD, it offers extended-range, high-resolution wireless sound for discerning music lovers.