Sony is preparing to launch two new compact wireless speakers: first, SRS-X2 – is intended for use outside the home (for example, to check out “a barbecue”), while the larger SRS-X3 is designed more for home use (although nobody will prevent him to take with him to the cottage) – speaker has a “square” design without rounded at the corners, similar to the older design, still larger brethren SRS-X9, X7 and X5.
SRS-X3 weighs 850 grams, is equipped with two powerful 20-watt speakers wide range of issuing “an impressive bass” and supports audio processing technology ClearAudio +. Speakers connected to the sound source via wireless Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR and NFC, providing up to seven hours of sound through the built-in battery. Charging through the port microUSB, the same port can be connected to the device as a normal column, say, a computer.
Model SRS-X2 weighs 500 grams, has a design with rounded corners, support ClearAudio +, 20-watt speakers and bass reflex on the case. Connected in the same way – through the NFC and Bluetooth 3.0, plus there is a socket for the cable to be connected directly to the source. Built-in battery, rechargeable via microUSB, provides up to 5 hours of battery life.
In the shops, both speakers will arrive in July, SRS-X3 will cost $ 220, while the SRS-X2 will cost $ 150.