Despite the petite size, Sony’s SRS-X3 and X2 have Virtual Surround Sound, Bluetooth and Near Field Communication (NFC) to stream tunes from a smartphone or tablet.
You can make hands-free calls via the built-in microphone.
The Sony Ultra Compact Wireless speakers has a battery life ranging from five to twelve hours, and charges via USB.
Retailing at RRP $199, the SRS-X3 delivers impactful bass with two full range 20W speakers and has two passive radiators located at the front and back for an efficient speaker layout.
The frame has “Definitive Outline” design, with 12 outlines around its square form which create a sound wave base on the music played, and comes in black and white.
It also has ClearAudio+, digital signal processing technologies Sony has cultivated over the years.
The SRS-X2 rugged design and comes in red, black and white and is cheaper than the X3, at $129 and is small enough to fit in your hand.
Similar to SRS-X3, it also comes with ClearAudio+ mode and a frequency response of up to 20kHz, to reproduce high notes.
The SRS-X3 and the SRS-X2 Ultra-compact Wireless speakers will be available in Australia from August.