All about that Extra Bass
These speakers are designed to sustain and focus on “deep bass” and “punch bass”, which is aimed at enhancing bass-heavy music such as EDM, grime, and hip-hop. Users can also create a three-dimensional music experience with the Live Sound mode, which creates a concert experience in the living room.
Durable new features
Available in three colours, the new fabric material design of the speakers is claimed to be robust and washable, so the odd spillage shouldn’t be an issue. They’re also waterproof and dust proof with an IP67 rating, meaning one can take the speakers to the beach or pool. Added to that they’re rust-proof too, making them safe from long-term water-induced damage.
These wireless speakers are lightweight, compact and easy to carry, and are claimed to have a 24 hour battery life, which means users can take the Extra Bass anywhere and the party can carry on all night long.
Sony speakers can now connect with up to 100 different speakers. Users can fill a room or build a wall to create a vast Extra Bass sound experience. It can be used like an instrument and can detect tapping from five different directions, thanks to a Party Booster feature, a built-in accelerometer that generates a sound and lighting reaction. This creates a music listening experience full of interactive opportunities.
All the lights
The SRS-XB31 is equipped with multi-colour line lights and flashing strobe effects, while SRS-XB21 has a single colour line light. The SRS-XB41 creates an EDM atmosphere with speaker lights, multi-colour line lights, and flashing strobe lights, creating great vibes by mixing up sounds and light effects.
SRS-XB41 is available now in South Africa in black, red and blue at R3,999.
SRS-XB31 is available now in South Africa in black, red and blue at R2,999.
SRS-XB21 is available now in South Africa in black, red and blue at R1,599.
All three speakers are available at Musica, DionWired and Incredible Connection.