Sony today launched a range of wireless speakers and new headphones and earphones across price bands that can cater to those looking for a budget offering as well as a slightly more expensive mid-range product. Connect phone wirelessly through Bluetooth streaming and enjoy favourite mobile songs with enhanced sound. The Bluetooth and USB capabilities of the speakers not only enhance TV sound but offer easier access to listen to music by smartphone and USB effortlessly. The speakers can also memorize upto eight Bluetooth devices for easy connection.
The WF-SP700N headphone is the world’s first active noise canceling earphone with a splashproof (IPX4 rated) design. It comes with a charging case that provides an additional 6 hours of juice. The earphones last 3 hours on a single charge. It has a 6mm driver unit and an Ambient Sound mode that allows you to filter in the surrounding noise.
The Wi-SP600N supports noise cancellation and comes with a neckband-style design and an in-line remote. It is also IPX4 rated for water resistance and can offer a battery life of 6 hours
The WI-SP 500 has a neckband style design, 8 hours battery life, and comes with 13.5mm open drivers for ambient sound. All the three earphones are also set to get Google Assistant support soon.
Sony Bluetooth speakers
The new Bluetooth speakers – SRS-XB41, SRS-XB31 and SRS-XB21 sports 2.5x brighter lights as compared to earlier speakers and a new fabric finish which the company claims makes them sound more natural. They are also IP67 rated for dust and water resistance, rustproof and washable. Being the Extra Bass range, they are tuned to deliver deep bass and are best for EDM and hip-hop music. The speakers have a built-in accelerometer with a new feature called Party Booster. The speakers can generate a sound and lighting reaction as well. The SRS-XB41 and SRS-XB31 have a claimed battery life of up to 24 hours, while the SRS-XB21 lasts 12 hours on a single charge.