Big party speakers like the Sony SRS-XV800 bring the party to life in a way that small Bluetooth speakers can’t. With Omni-directional Party Sound, the speaker should be able to spread the sound better in the room. And of course, the large bass unit creates more life than a small unit.
If you need even more bass, just press Mega Bass and the bass level is turned up even more. The battery life then drops from the stated 25 hours on a single charge, but who can party continuously for 24 hours?
The speaker can be wheeled wherever you want and can be connected to the TV if you want better sound for films, TV shows or gaming. A dedicated TV Sound Booster uses the speaker’s rear-facing tweeters to create a greater sense of space.
It also has a karaoke input, and you can also connect a guitar to the speaker and use it as a portable PA speaker.
The LED lights flash in time with the music, but they can also be switched off.
The Sony speaker can be controlled from the Music Centre app, where you can select music, create playlists and control the lights. The rest can be controlled from the waterproof control panel on the top.
The SRS-XV800 will be available on the market during May at a price of around €800.