Sony SRS-XB13 Bluetooth Speaker Launched In India; Price, Features

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New Delhi: On the occasion of World Music Day,  Sony has launched the Sony SRS-XB13 speaker in India today. The Sony SRS-XB13 speaker is part of the company’s Extra Bass lineup that offers a bass-forward sound profile. The speaker employs a passive radiator that works alongside a full-range speaker to create impactful low-end sound. The speaker also houses a new Sound Diffusion Processor that allegedly expands the sound coming out of the speaker to fill a room easily.

Sony SRS-XB13 Pricing And Availability

The Sony SRS-XB13 is priced at Rs. 3,990 and the Bluetooth speaker will be available via Sony Center and Sony Stores starting today. Similarly, the speaker can also be bought from e-commerce platforms like Amazon and Flipkart. Considering the price, the Sony SRS-XB13 looks like an affordable Bluetooth speaker with a lot of emphasis on Bass and battery life. On paper, the Sony SRS-XB13 seems like a great offering, especially from an established brand in the audio peripherals.

Sony SRS-XB13 Specifications

The Sony SRS-XB13 Bluetooth speaker is powered by a non-user-replaceable rechargeable battery with a USB Type-C port. According to Sony, the speaker should be able to offer 16 hours of continuous music playback on a single charge and the product also comes with a charging cable in the box.

This is a mono speaker with a diameter of 46mm and it weighs around 253gram. To deliver that extra bass, the speaker uses a passive radiator in combination with the full-range speaker. The speaker supports SBC, AAC codes and it is also compatible with A2DP/AVRCP/HFP/HSP profiles. The speaker comes in multiple color options and it also has a carabiner, which makes it easy to attach to a backpack.

One can attach an additional Sony SRS-XB13 speaker to get stereo output and as per the frequency, it can output audio from 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz, offering a wider sound stage. This is just a Bluetooth speaker and does not have a 3.5mm jack, hence, it cannot receive an audio signal from a source that uses an aux cable.

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