Sony Launches Speaker With Bluetooth and NFC Support

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Sony India, today launched the all new portable Bluetooth speaker- SRS-X11 and SRS-X55. These two new Bluetooth speakers, SRS-X11 and SRS-X55, also houses Bluetooth and NFC enabling users to instantly connect their smart device and stream music wherever they are.

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Sony Launches Speaker With Bluetooth and NFC Support

SRS-X55, comes with Sony's S-Master, DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) and ClearAudio+ technologies which improves the bass, clarity and restore audio quality to deliver rich, refined sounds.

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SRS-X55 is powered with 2.1 channel system and dual passive radiators that delivers a beat-dropping output power of 30W.

It comes with the internal rechargeable battery that lasts for 10 hours offering long hours of great music. Coming in Black variant, SRS-X55 comes with a price tag of Rs. 16,990 and will be available from May 6.

Sony Launches Speaker With Bluetooth and NFC Support

With its tiny 61mm x 61mm x 61mm cube-design, the SRS-X11 is the smallest speaker in the range. Also it can be used to connect two SRS-X11 units together to either create twice the sound power in Double mode, or split the sound signal to enjoy real stereo sound in Stereo mode.

Users can enjoy their music wirelessly all day long with a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts approximately 12 hours.

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The SRS-X11 will come with a supplied silicon strap for easier portability and will be available in 4 colors variants which includes Black, White, Red and Blue. This speaker comes at price of Rs. 5,490 and will be available from May 6.

SRS-X11 and SRS-X55 will be available at Sony Center and major electronic stores across India.

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