Sony announced the presence of its newest product in the audio realm, this time coming from the wireless speaker category. Called the Sony SRS-XG300, the device features a Sony X-Balanced non-circular speaker unit, as well as a long-lasting battery.
Sony SRS-XG300 . Features
The SRS-XG300 has relatively large dimensions, namely 318 x 138 x 136 mm, with a fairly heavy weight, 3 kilograms. The body is IP67 certified for water and dust resistance. Suitable as an entertainment device at events such as parties in the pool area.
In terms of features, the SRS-XG300 can connect with two devices at once via Bluetooth 5.2. There’s also support like Google Fast Pair and SBC, as well as AAC and LDAC codecs. Sony added Echo Canceling technology which is claimed to optimize voice capture for calls, as well as a manual switch function that can directly mute the microphone.
No less interesting, the battery on the SRS-XG300 is promised to last for 25 hours. The design also looks charming with LED light effects that are ideal for enlivening the party atmosphere.
In addition to the SRS-XG300, Sony also introduced the XE300 which is more compact and easy to carry. The audio is wider thanks to the Line-Shape Diffuser, and is supported by a battery that lasts up to 24 hours. If you want something more affordable, there is the XE200 with 16 hours of battery life.
Sony SRS-XG300 price
For those who are interested, the Sony SRS-XG300 is priced starting at 300 euros, and is available in Gray and Black color options. While the XE300 costs 200 euros, and the XE200 EUR €150.