The new SRS-XV900 wireless speaker from Sony is their most powerful and powerful model ever

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The Sony SRS-XV900 is a Bluetooth speaker that delivers omnidirectional sound that fills large rooms. Under the hood is a non-circular diaphragm that increases sound pressure and minimizes distortion. His six tweeters front, side and rear diffuse high frequency sounds, while his midrange driver handles vocals. And with 25 hours of battery life, there’s no limit to where you can play your music, so you can play it anywhere, all day and all night. Equipped with a quick charge function that allows 3 hours of playback with 10 minutes of charging.

Sony has announced one of the loudest and most powerful wireless speakers ever, the SRS-XV900, as part of the X Series to give users a whole new audio entertainment experience. This loudspeaker is part of the LIVE LIFE LOUD campaign and is aimed at users who prefer to play their music at full volume. And it’s big, 88 cm high and weighing 26.6 kg. But thanks to the convenient handle and casters built into the back of the device, it’s easy to move around and roll like a suitcase.

Highlights

  • The second input can even process the guitar if you really want to play along. Works with the Fiestable app to access karaoke features, party playlists, voice changer, echo and DJ controls. Connect up to 100 compatible Sony speakers to crank up the volume and dance to the same tune. The speaker can also charge your smartphone when the battery is low. The Sony SRS-XV900 will be available in mid-October and will retail f

  • The Sony SRS-XV900 also features a Battery Care Mode so you never overcharge your battery. Users can even connect the Sony SRS-XV900 to their TV to really boost the sound. Add a punch to your home entertainment by connecting an optical cable and working with any TV or brand. If you’re a karaoke fan, the Sony SRS-XV900 will be a great companion. Connect a microphone and sing along to your favorite songs.

or $1,299.

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