Sony SRS-XB41

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  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41
  • Sony SRS-XB41

Specs / Features


Feel the power of extra bass with live sound mode for an immersive 3D sound experience | Waterproof and Dustproof IP67 design for worry-free usage | Build energy with a Multicolored line light, speaker lights and flashing strobe | Listen all day and night with up to 24 hours of battery life | Connect and add more speakers (up to 100) with wireless party chain | Add an extra speaker for stereo sound | Keep the party going with the interactive Party Booster and built-in hand grip | In the box: AC Power Adaptor

Feel the power of extra bass with live sound mode for an immersive 3D sound experience | Waterproof and Dustproof IP67 design for worry-free usage | Build energy with a Multicolored line light, speaker lights and flashing strobe | Listen all day and night with up to 24 hours of battery life | Connect and add more speakers (up to 100) with wireless party chain | Add an extra speaker for stereo sound | Keep the party going with the interactive Party Booster and built-in hand grip | In the box: AC Power Adaptor

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Specification

Wireless
Wireless Inputs Bluetooth, NFC
Bluetooth Profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile)
Brand Sony
Model SRSXB41/B
Warranty 12 months
Size 29.1 x 10.4 x 10.5 cm (11.5 x 4.1 x 4.1 in)
Weight 1500 grams
(52.95 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TechRadar

A light show on the water

from TechRadar

While you certainly wouldn’t go wrong picking up the Sony SRS-XB41 - especially if you’ve got plans for a day at the beach - there are other portable speakers on the market that cost a lot less and sound much better than Sony’s $249.99 beast.

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While you certainly wouldn’t go wrong picking up the Sony SRS-XB41 - especially if you’ve got plans for a day at the beach - there are other portable speakers on the market that cost a lot less and sound much better than Sony’s $249.99 beast.

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BGR

The party audio starter kit

from BGR

The Sony SRS-XB41 Bluetooth portable speaker is a good option and one that lasts for a very long time on a single charge, apart from featuring RGB lighting. It is on the heavier side and could be considered a little bit bulky. And for this price there may be other speakers that might sound slight...More

The Sony SRS-XB41 Bluetooth portable speaker is a good option and one that lasts for a very long time on a single charge, apart from featuring RGB lighting. It is on the heavier side and could be considered a little bit bulky. And for this price there may be other speakers that might sound slightly better, but as a package this stands out and is a viable buy.

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Digit

A true party speaker

from Digit

The Sony SRS-XB41 is a Bluetooth speaker designed for the average bass-head and that is what it does well. It has an IP67 rating meaning it can survive being submerged and the nylon mesh feels very premium. For the price, the speaker is a pretty good buy if you need something for bass heavy music...More

The Sony SRS-XB41 is a Bluetooth speaker designed for the average bass-head and that is what it does well. It has an IP67 rating meaning it can survive being submerged and the nylon mesh feels very premium. For the price, the speaker is a pretty good buy if you need something for bass heavy music, but most other genres won't sound as good.

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NDTV

A great option for party animals

from NDTV

The Sony SRS-XB41 is waterproof and has terrific battery life. The LED lights and various party modes can be considered gimmicky, but help the speaker stand out from the crowd. However, the sound quality is a little bit underwhelming.

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The Sony SRS-XB41 is waterproof and has terrific battery life. The LED lights and various party modes can be considered gimmicky, but help the speaker stand out from the crowd. However, the sound quality is a little bit underwhelming.

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Firstpost

The tough, portable, blingy party speaker

from Firstpost

So, who is the Sony SRS-XB41 speaker for? The audience is clearly those who want a “party speaker”, i.e. someone who wants more than just a speaker with good sound. The features are aimed to be fun and can be completely turned off if and when required.

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So, who is the Sony SRS-XB41 speaker for? The audience is clearly those who want a “party speaker”, i.e. someone who wants more than just a speaker with good sound. The features are aimed to be fun and can be completely turned off if and when required.

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Gadgets Now

Hits the right notes

from Gadgets Now

With crisp audio and punchy bass levels, it is certainly one of the best speakers in the market at this price point. Combined with the LED lights, its appeal increases to a wider section of potential buyers.

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With crisp audio and punchy bass levels, it is certainly one of the best speakers in the market at this price point. Combined with the LED lights, its appeal increases to a wider section of potential buyers.

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GeekSpin

Multi-colored LED strips make this speaker the life of the party

from GeekSpin

Looking past the gimmicky party features (which are actually quite fun), you’re left with a powerful sounding and relatively portable Bluetooth speaker that’s ready to handle just about anything

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Looking past the gimmicky party features (which are actually quite fun), you’re left with a powerful sounding and relatively portable Bluetooth speaker that’s ready to handle just about anything

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techAU

Extra Bass portable bluetooth speaker with NFC

from techAU

I think many people will forget about the disco lights and actually buy this speaker for its robustness and ability to survive dusty and/or wet environments. If you find yourself in an environment where the speakers on your smartphone aren’t adequate, then this is certainly a good option. I do...More

I think many people will forget about the disco lights and actually buy this speaker for its robustness and ability to survive dusty and/or wet environments. If you find yourself in an environment where the speakers on your smartphone aren’t adequate, then this is certainly a good option. I do however wish there was a simple hardware button to disable the lights.

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Sound Guys

A speaker for the party people

from Sound Guys

The Sony XB41 is a great speaker for anyone who needs something durable, loud, and will last you all day. Despite its flaws, it's still a great option for anyone looking for a speaker to bring to the next backyard barbecue.

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The Sony XB41 is a great speaker for anyone who needs something durable, loud, and will last you all day. Despite its flaws, it's still a great option for anyone looking for a speaker to bring to the next backyard barbecue.

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The Indian Express

Ideal for the party animal

from The Indian Express

The Sony SRS-XB41 is the party animals’ dream speaker. It is also a speaker that is waterproof, rustproof and dust proof. So this goes where you go, or where your party goes. It has a fabric finish prevents dust from accumulating on the body, which is a big help for those who live in the dust bowl of Delhi.

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The Sony SRS-XB41 is the party animals’ dream speaker. It is also a speaker that is waterproof, rustproof and dust proof. So this goes where you go, or where your party goes. It has a fabric finish prevents dust from accumulating on the body, which is a big help for those who live in the dust bowl of Delhi.

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