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.
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.
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.
If you are in the market for a high-end wireless speaker that looks good, has versatile placement, and portable, then Bang & Olufsen Beosound Level WiFi Speaker may be right up your alley. That’s, of course, if money is no object. More on that in a jiffy.
The Ellodee looks like a smart speaker and it probably is, but it is more akin to a tablet – minus the screen. The Ellodee Sound Companion is perfect for parents who are worried about getting too much screen then they should because, it does not have a screen.
HMD Global, the maker of Nokia phones, is also in the business of music enjoyment. Last month, the company revealed two new true wireless earbuds and a Nokia Portable Wireless Speaker.
Maker GravaStar Mars is back with a new futuristic-looking speaker called Venus and today, we will put it through its paces to see just how good it is. First, lets have a look at the specs.
Last year, Sony disappoints us with a 40th anniversary Walkman that does not even look like the portable music player that started it all. But fret not, my nostalgic bug-bitten friends because, the Pl8ty Portable Bluetooth Speaker will have you covered.
How could we be so blur??? Remember the purported Xiaomi’s so-called Elvis Presley Atomic Player B612? As it turns out, that isn’t a Xiaomi’s product. It was a product of long-time audio equipment maker Muzen Audio.