Sony has launched the SRS-XB3 portable speaker at Rs. 12990 in red, yellow, green, blue, Light brown and black color variants. Designed for electronic dance music, the one-touch Extra Bass button starts processing the audio signal to boost the bass and create a high impact sound. Moreover, the speaker is water resistant and can resist light splashes.
While the deep bass is achieved with a powerful magnet and a long drive, the speaker pairs with devices over Bluetooth or NFC.
Even though you can make use of a single speaker by placing them vertically or horizontally on any surface, two of the Sony SRS-XB3 portable wireless speakers can be paired and synced together for extra boost in the performance.
While using two paired speakers, it is possible to blast the same sound from both speakers, or configure the two speakers to work in stereo mode.
Each unit of Sony SRS-XB3 portable wireless speaker comes with two channel speakers plus two radiators with the capability to use the speaker as a portable battery.
Powered by a 8800mAh battery, Sony SRS-XB3 portable wireless speaker is capable of working up to 24 hours on a full charge.
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