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Sony Speakers Reviews

Updated: Jun 3, 2020 17:03
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#1
alaScore 96

Sony SRS-XB32

There’s not a lot more to add to about the SRS-XB32. I have yet to hear another price- and size-comparable speaker that matches it for audio quality at reasonable volumes and it has all the fun features the party requires. Good stuff from Sony.

5 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#2
alaScore 96

Sony SRS-XB12

If you really want some bass power, you can't get it from a speaker this size, but I'll admit at times, I forgot I was listening to a tiny speaker—bass drums in particular can pack a surprising punch through the Sony SRS-XB12's modest frame. For $60,...

2 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#4
alaScore 95

Sony SRS-XB501G

Sony's put out a lot wireless speakers over the last few years, but the SRS-XB501 stands out for its versatility and sound.

6 expert reviews

#5
alaScore 94

Sony SRS-XB10

For $50, the Sony SRS-XB10 delivers a solid overall audio experience, with crisp highs and rich lows for its price and size. There's little to complain about, though the SRS-XB10 doesn't quite unseat our favorite compact $50 Bluetooth speaker, the...

9 expert reviews | 778 user reviews

#6
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB31

I've been dismissive of it before, but the “Extra Bass”function in the Sony SRS-XB31 Bluetooth speaker lifts it above most. Sony SRS-XB31 Features It's

2 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#7
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB3

No matter the mode, the Sony SRS-XB3 provides a bass punch that we rarely hear in speakers this size and price. If you're looking for a portable Bluetooth speaker in the sub-$200 price range, this is the one to get—you can consider the water-resistant...

15 expert reviews | 224 user reviews

#8
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB40

While it should costs a little less, the Sony SRS-XB10 is an attractively designed mini wireless speaker that outputs more bass than your typical tiny speaker.

11 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#9
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB01

The Sony SRS-XB01 is a likable little speaker that's well designed and sounds decent enough for its budget price

4 expert reviews | 70 user reviews

#10
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-X11

As previously mentioned, there are plenty of less expensive portable Bluetooth speakers that offer a slightly better or similar audio experience. If you want to save some money, check out the JBL Clip+, the Logitech X300, and the Skullcandy Shrapnel....

20 expert reviews | 1785 user reviews

#11
alaScore 93

Sony HT-MT500

The Sony HT-MT500 is marketed as being more than just a sound bar. It also includes wireless multi-room audio capabilities so you can use it as part of your home music system and enjoy your tunes, supposedly in hi-fi quality. Read on to find out what...

9 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

#12
alaScore 93

Sony HT-NT5

Conclusions The Sony HT-NT5 is a full-featured soundbar with plenty of power for both movies and music. It's loaded with connectivity options including Google Cast and three HDMI inputs, and it can get satisfyingly loud with its wireless subwoofer...

13 expert reviews | 119 user reviews

#13
alaScore 93

Sony SRS-XB41

It's unclear when the Sony Sports boombox became my must-have gadget, but I think it was around 1992. With its bright yellow case, the portable music machine could be spotted from across the pool like a big bright sign that screamed, “I am rugged and...

6 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#14
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-XB20

The is a loud, powerful speaker that costs only $100. If loud and powerful satisfies your checklist, you'll like this speaker.

2 expert reviews | 610 user reviews

#15
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X77

Now that it's widely available for considerably less than its launch RRP of £259 (if you shop around you can find it for around £180), the SRS-X77 is a legitimate alternative to rival entry-level multiroom speakers from the likes of Sonos and Bose.

6 expert reviews | 220 user reviews

#16
alaScore 92

Sony GTK-XB7

The Sony GTK-XB7B is a hefty Bluetooth speaker promising powerful sound. With flashing lights and an array of bright colours, this is an eye-catching wireless speaker. We reveal our first impressions of this wireless speaker in our first look review.

6 expert reviews | 250 user reviews

#17
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-XB30

The SRS-XB30 hails from Sony's 'Extra Bass' line-up, a group of wireless speakers promising bigger bass and more powerful sound. Portable models like this often struggle to hit the low notes. So does this answer the problem? Find out in our expert Sony...

4 expert reviews | 361 user reviews

#18
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X55

Sony's latest Bluetooth speaker impresses with excellent sound quality for the price, but its large size and weak battery life limit its portability.

10 expert reviews | 539 user reviews

#19
alaScore 92

Sony GTK-XB5

The first thing to say about this speaker enclosure is that it is huge. But it has a huge party sound too. Unless you have an awful lot of parties, you'll probably want to hang on to the packaging, because the snappily-titled Sony GTK-XB7 uses up an...

2 expert reviews | 148 user reviews

#20
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X88

Sony's SRS-X88 is a wireless speaker from the same family of multiroom audio products as the impressive HT-XT3 soundbase. It's one of three Wi-Fi/Bluetooth speakers in Sony's latest range, sitting below the top-end SRS-X99 (£599) but above the portable...

8 expert reviews | 143 user reviews

#21
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-XB21

The is a great choice for those looking for a budget conscious, very loud speaker. But if 'inexpensive' and 'loud' aren't at the top of your checklist, there may be a better speaker out there for you.

1 expert reviews | 161 user reviews

#22
alaScore 92

Sony GTK-XB60

The Sony GTK-XB60 and GTK-XB90 are two Bluetooth speakers that pack a serious punch. A far cry from the pocketable Bluetooth mini-speakers, these two are truly a party in a box. With flashing lights, thumping bass, and a host of other fun features,...

3 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

#23
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X33

As mentioned earlier, the SRS-X33 is intriguing—at certain volumes, it sounds fantastic for its size and price, but at higher volumes, it can sound unlistenable. For $130, I still really like the Sony SRS-X33 when listening at moderate volumes. It's an...

13 expert reviews | 542 user reviews

#24
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-X99

The SRS-X99 is Sony's current range-topping wireless speaker, a step up from the £350 SRS-X88. Like the X88, this top-end model supports high-resolution and multiroom playback, but increases the power, amplifiers and driver count to deliver what I hope...

11 expert reviews | 108 user reviews

#25
alaScore 92

Sony SRS-XB2

The difference between the SRS-XB2 and its more expensive sibling is vast: The SRS-XB3 has a second passive radiator and larger drivers that combine to produce a substantially more powerful, bass-forward sound. This is to be expected in a larger...

7 expert reviews | 345 user reviews

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