Sony SRSX7 personal audio speaker specs for maximized music

By Peter Chubb - Nov 30, 2014

Portable speaker technology has come a long way in a short time and gone are the days where you will have to dock your mobile device, or connect to it with wires. The age of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi has put an end to that, and so allows you to use the full functionally of your smartphone or tablet. We have already discussed several of these over the past few days, and the Sony SRSX7 Powerful Portable Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Speaker is one of the better ones.

There are speakers of this type that are all show and no go, and so cannot handle extreme bass, but this model is able to cope thanks to the built-in subwoofer. This speaker also packs dual passive radiators to deliver 32 watts of sound, which is pretty good for a device of this size, and so brings a rich, yet powerful sound.

Sony SRSX7 personal bluetooth speaker

Looking over the Sony SRSX7 personal audio speaker specs it is maximized for your music needs in a way that it will free you from the wires completely, this is because it is also has a rechargeable battery, offering up to 6 hours of battery life, which is not as good as my Polk Camden Square speaker. However, it ss far better than the iHome AirPlay Speaker System IW1BC, which we recently looked at.

Sony SRSX7 personal audio speaker

Mains specs for this speaker are 32 watts of powerful stereo sound with its subwoofer and dual passive radiators, which also makes full use of DSEE and ClearAudio+ technology. As for your connection options there is Bluetooth audio and Wi-Fi for audio streaming and AirPlay support. There is also a USB port so you can charge your smartphone, tablet and other media device.

Full specs can be seen below and we can tell you this is currently a Cyber Monday special on Sony, where it was $299.99, but can currently be bought for $179.99.

Sony SRSX7 specs

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Sony SRSX7 personal audio speaker specs for maximized music