Sony has launched a new SRS-XV900 party speaker in India as part of its X-series. The SRS-XV900 is billed as the most powerful and loudest,’ with up to 25 hours of battery life, the TV Sound Booster feature, and more. The omnidirectional sound of the SRS-XV900 X-Balanced speaker is enhanced by a non-circular diaphragm for deeper and punchier bass output. The speaker has six tweeters and six midrange drivers.

 There is support for the Mega Bass function, which allows you to tweak the bass for more powerful output, as well as the Live Sound mode, which provides a live music experience at home. Another option that can aid improve audio quality while the speaker is connected to the TV is the TV Sound Booster. For a good audio experience, simply connect through the optical connection (included in the box) and select the TV Sound Booster option, regardless of the TV you have.


Charging and Other Features

The Sony SRS-XV900 has quick charging, which can provide up to 3 hours of listening time in just 10 minutes. There’s also a Battery Care Mode option. The speaker is compatible with both Sony Music Center and Fiestable apps and can be coupled with a microphone and guitar for jam sessions.

The SRS-XV900 also includes the Party Connect feature, which allows you to connect up to 100 Sony speakers through Bluetooth for the ‘light and sound show’ effect, as well as USB connectivity and the ability to charge your smartphone. It also includes wheels and a convenient handle to make it easier to transport.

The Sony SRS-XV900 speaker costs Rs 79,900 and is currently available in India through Sony Centers, major electronic stores, and e-commerce platforms. The Sony SRS-XV900 is a 4-way bass reflex speaker in terms of audio. It has six tweeters around the front, side, and back that provide omnidirectional party sound. For deep, punchy bass, there is an X-Balanced speaker unit and a Jet Bass Booster. The former has a rectangular diaphragm to cover a larger surface area. The full speaker system configuration is said to provide crystal clear sound with excellent vocal quality from every aspect.

The Sony SRS-XV900 is a Bluetooth wireless speaker with a cylindrical design. It has dimensions of 410mm x 880mm x 439mm and weighs 26.6kg. The speaker has a convenient built-in handle and wheels that allow customers to easily transfer the speaker. Touch controls on the speaker’s top panel control music playback and illumination settings. The music device also has all-around ambient lighting.


Sony recently added a new wireless earbud to its existing lineup. Sony’s latest is the WF-LS900N, which weighs only 4,8 grams and is intended for individuals looking for a pleasant pair of earbuds. The Sony WF-LS900N features 5mm speakers and Sony’s Integrated Processor V1, which improves overall sound quality while eliminating distortion. It also features active noise cancellation and transparency mode, which can be switched automatically according to the noise levels in the area.

Users also get Adaptive Sound Control, which adjusts the ambient sound settings based on their location. The earbuds incorporate a touch sensor control panel. It allows you to alter your sound settings, resume music, modify sound settings, and activate the Quick Attention feature. They are compatible with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

The Sony WF-LS900N has a battery life of up to 20 hours with a charging case. It supports rapid charging, which enables 60 minutes of playback after only five minutes of charging. With active noise suppression switched on, the earphones can last up to six hours on a single charge.

These wireless earbuds can switch between devices automatically based on which device is ringing. It even includes a dedicated button that allows you to rapidly switch between your devices. The Sony WF-LS900N is priced at Rs 16,990 and is available in Sony Centers, all major electronic stores, and e-commerce platforms such as Amazon and Flipkart. They are available in three colors: black, beige, and white.

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