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Sony SRS-X3

Sony SRS-X3
alaScore 97

7 reviews

Oct, 2014

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Sony SRS-X3

 

Mini Bluetooth speakers continue to get better, but it's still hard to find ones that qualify as being exceptional. The Sony SRS-X3, one of the smaller models in Sony's 2014 lineup of portable Bluetooth speakers , stands out as one of the better minis...

The Sony SRS-X3 is elegantly designed mini Bluetooth speaker that delivers strong sound for its small size. It has a built-in speakerphone capabilities, NFC tap-to-pair technology for smartphones that support it, and reasonably good 7-hour battery life.

Can distort slightly when played at at high volumes; no carrying case included.

With comparably good sound for its size and the addition of speakerphone features, the Sony SRS-X3 mini Bluetooth speaker measures up well against the pricier Bose SoundLink Mini.

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Sony SRS-X3

 

The Sony SRS-X3 Bluetooth speaker delivers a lot of power for its size, but sounds best when you keep the volume dialed halfway.

Lots of power for the price and size. Sleek, minimal design. NFC and speakerphone support

Lacks bass and can distort at top volume

Sony's latest SRS line of Bluetooth speakers have been solid performers, but none of them have really wowed us. For $299.99, the SRS-X7 suffered from lackluster bass response, which was the same problem we encountered with the $199.99 SRS-X5. That's...

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Sony SRS-X3 review

 

Boom goes Sony's dynamite portable speaker

Neat, portable design Good range of features Punchy, weighty sound

Could be more rugged Bass can be too much

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Sony SRS-X3

 

Big, bassy and beautiful, but its tonal balance won't be for everyone

Big, weighty sound ; Wide soundstage ; Well made ; Goes loud ; Good outdoors

Bass bias won’t be for everyone ; Midrange clarity could be better ; Pricey

The Sony SRS-X3 is a hugely confident performer that certainly deserves consideration when buying any product of this type.

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