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Sony SRS-XB21

Sony SRS-XB21

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: So happy with my new Sony speaker. Sound quality is really good, despite the price ($97AUD) and its also IPX7 waterproof, so I can use it in the shower and even submerge it in water. Super quick and

  • Connectivity OptionsBluetooth, NFC and Wi-Fi
  • FeaturesApp Control, Speakerphone and Water Resistant
  • Battery Life17 hours
  • Dimensions 72 x 193 x 65 mm
  • Weight530 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black. Blue. Red, White
Sony XB32 Extra Bass Speaker

Sony XB32 Extra Bass Speaker

4.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Pretty good speaker for the money. Good sound and great lights. Just dont put it near the shower as steam will cause the sound to distort, it will dry out and go back to

  • Connectivity OptionsBluetooth and USB
  • FeaturesApp Control, LED Lights and Multiple Speaker Pairing
  • Battery Life24 hours
  • Dimensions 84 x 238 x 83 mm
  • Weight900 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black, Blue, Grey, Red
Sony XB12 Extra Bass

Sony XB12 Extra Bass

4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Very portable, good quality sound and great volume capability for a small speaker. Many colours to choose from, good value for money and battery life is also good. Very

  • Connectivity OptionsBluetooth
  • FeaturesApp Control, Multiple Speaker Pairing, Speakerphone and Water Resistant
  • Battery Life16 hours
  • Dimensions 92 x 74 x 74 mm
  • Weight243 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black. Blue, Green, Grey, Red
  • Connectivity Options3.5mm Jack (AUX), Bluetooth, MicroUSB and NFC
  • FeaturesWater Resistant
  • Dimensions 104 x 291 x 105 mm
  • Weight1,500 grams
  • Colour / Finish Red, Blue, White, Black
  • Connectivity Options3.5mm Jack (AUX), Bluetooth, USB and Wi-Fi
  • FeaturesLED Lights, Multiple Speaker Pairing and Speakerphone
  • Battery Life14 hours
  • Dimensions 552 x 264 x 272 mm
  • Weight8,000 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black
  • Connectivity OptionsBluetooth
  • FeaturesSpeakerphone and Water Resistant
  • Battery Life6 hours
  • Dimensions 57.5 x 81.5 x 56.5 mm
  • Weight160 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black, Blue, Green, Red, White, Yellow
Sony XB22 Extra Bass
  • Connectivity OptionsBluetooth
  • FeaturesApp Control, Multiple Speaker Pairing and Water Resistant
  • Battery Life12 hours
  • Dimensions 72 x 201 x 68 mm
  • Weight540 grams
  • Colour / Finish Black, Blue, Grey, Red
Sony SRS-XB31
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB31

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I had been researching bluetooth speakers for a little bit. Then one day I went down to JB HIFI and a few other stores to have a listen to the speakers they had on display. I was initially leaning

Sony SRS-X33
Discontinued

Sony SRS-X33

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Yes, looking at this unit it is hard to comprehend the sound quality. This unit produces a full sound range, feel and is easy to setup. Previous comments are right on the money, this is one of the

Sony SRSZR7
Discontinued

Sony SRSZR7 · includes 2 listings

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Bought this item DEC 2016 and was surprised to see this quality of sound. I was thinking to buy some different brand and this SONY SRS ZR7 proved I was wrong. This speaker is today's technology

Sony SRS-XB40
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB40 · includes 3 listings

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: I have to agree it’s a keeper. I’ve been through a few Bluetooth speakers and was getting tired of unimpressive sound, poor battery life and intermittent operation (TDK speaker and a Harmon Kardon wer

Sony SRS-XB30
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB30 · includes 5 listings

4.6 from 5 reviews

Latest review: This is my 3rd portable device. Used cheapies before and thought they were all the same. Used somebody else's Sony and thought I'd give it a go. I picked up this model at a great price. The sound

Sony SRS-XB3
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB3 · includes 5 listings

4.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: We have used this portable speaker instead of a soundbar for the tv (due to not having got around to getting one), for playing music off the mobile phones and also in the car so we could play spotify

Sony ZS-BTY52
Discontinued

Sony ZS-BTY52

4.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: The person who claimed that it was "useless" for modern phones needs to learn a bit about technology. It works fine with modern phones and was DESIGNED to also work with older Bluetooth sources.

Sony SRS-X3
Discontinued

Sony SRS-X3

4.4 from 5 reviews

Latest review: I bought this from Dick Smith as a combo and sold SRS x2. SRS X3 is fantastic little speaker if you do not drive it more than 60% of the power. Excellent balance music with good base, mids and highs.

Sony SRS-BTM8
Discontinued

Sony SRS-BTM8 · includes 2 listings

4.3 from 3 reviews

Latest review: First for the important stuff It connects on the spot with NFC, even in the shop when I wanted to test it. Had it running on main power mostly. But have been playing on batteries for several

Sony SRS-XB10
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB10 · includes 5 listings

4.1 from 12 reviews

Latest review: A few years back I purchased a Sony SRS X-55 speaker. No issues with sound quality or performance until the battery failed. Not only is the battery difficult to remove but it is impossible to find a

Sony SRS-XB20
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB20 · includes 5 listings

4.0 from 12 reviews

Latest review: Decent construction, weather proof, good sound for its size. But.... It's awful. If the battery is below 90% it has a mind of its own and turns itself off for no other reason than to ruin your day.

Price (RRP) $149.00

Sony SRS-X2
Discontinued

Sony SRS-X2

4.0 from 6 reviews

Latest review: I thought the Sony SRS-X2 has an excellent level of bass in extra bass mode. But I was very disappointed with the bass. The upper bass gets too boosted. It reduces bass already at 2/3 volume. When we

Sony SRS-XB2
Discontinued

Sony SRS-XB2

4.0 from 1 review

Latest review: This is a great little portable speaker, i think we picked in the middle of options and totally happy with it. Puts out good quality sound even at its highest volume. Big enough for sound output,

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