Sony has expanded its wireless speaker line-up with the new SRS-X3, SRS-X2 and SRS-X1 Ultra-compact Wireless Speakers. Sporting an ultra-portable design that allows users to bring their music along wherever they go, the new speakers can be used either inside a home or outside in the great outdoors.
Featuring a sleek and signature “Definitive Outline” design, the frame of the SRS-X3 consists of 12 outlines around its square form to create the most suitable sound wave and blends into any living space for a chic and sophisticated look. Despite its square compact size, the SRS-X3 delivers impactful bass with two full range 20W speakers and two passive radiators located at the front and back of the device for an efficient speaker layout. Furthermore, you can relish in precise high-quality sound and brilliant clarity as it features ClearAudio+ technology unique to Sony, bringing together the expertise in digital signal processing technologies that Sony has cultivated over the years.
The SRS-X2 comes in a rugged versatile design so you can listen to your favourite tunes even when you are out in the wild. This device is small enough to fit in your hand but powerful enough to create remarkable sound pressure. Similar to SRS-X3, it also comes with ClearAudio+ mode, eliminating the need for tedious fine-tuning by optimising the sound settings based on Sony’s audio expertise. Added with a frequency response of up to 20kHz, the SRS-X2 is able to beautifully reproduce high notes in a compact and light body.
The SRS-X1 Wireless Speaker is designed to be waterproof, so you never have to worry about contacting water while you enjoy singing in the shower. To double up the volume and create the perfect audio ambience, two speakers can be paired while in stereo mode. Available in black, pink, purple and white, you can choose from an array of colours that best reflect your personality and style.
The SRS-X3, SRS-X2 and SRS-X1 Ultra-compact Wireless Speakers from Sony will be available in Singapore at all Sony stores and authorised outlets from mid-September 2014.