Sony is scheduled to launch their latest “mini-party speaker” as the Sony SRS-XB41. The XB means Extra Bass, which is the maker’s series of handy Bluetooth loudspeakers. The latest product is a Bluetooth speaker which is about 11.5 x 4.1 x 4.25 inches. It is a bit big to fit into your pockets but handy enough to bring in your hand. It even features an integrated grip to assist with that, letting you hold it from the vehicle to the event with the little possibility of sliding. Two dynamic 2.28-inch drivers produce your chosen party tracks, while a passive radiator placed between them, in turn, provide that thudding bass sound. As outlined by Sony, the drivers are all cautiously tuned to supply a three-dimensional experience that generates “festival vibes” just about anywhere you install.
For the lighting, it features multi-color LEDs along the whole edge of the speaker’s front section panel, on the 2 speakers inside, and on each edge of the loudspeaker, so it will provide a full light show to thoroughly boost a special event. All 3 are built to synchronize their light designs to the beat of the tunes, with numerous effects accessible, so you will find the lighting that flawlessly encapsulates your disposition. When you grab the speaker in your hand, as you may know, you can tap it in numerous places to generate occasional percussion sounds, to help you behave like you’re tapping on a hand drum while dancing to the tune.