A super-powerful and portable – if not always subtle – wireless speaker.
12 expert reviews | 149 user reviews
The SRS-X99 is Sony's current range-topping wireless speaker, a step up from the £350 SRS-X88. Like the X88, this top-end model supports high-resolution and multiroom playback, but increases the power, amplifiers and driver count to deliver what I hope...
11 expert reviews | 66 user reviews
Sony has refined the HT-NT5 for extreme musicality but, as a trade off, it doesn't have the oomph for cinema-quality sound reproduction.
10 expert reviews | 57 user reviews
its not small.....bit of a beast size wise, was expecting it to sound louder. the LED lighting is a bonus but won't light up a room. Would be nicer if there was somewhere to store the power cable and remote.
5 expert reviews | 35 user reviews
The first thing to say about this speaker enclosure is that it is huge. But it has a huge party sound too. Unless you have an awful lot of parties, you'll probably want to hang on to the packaging, because the snappily-titled Sony GTK-XB7 uses up an...
1 expert reviews | 19 user reviews
As I do not have the space for a multi-speaker home theatre set up, I purchased this Sony Soundbar. Whilst music & movies are supposedly brought to life in the volume & clarity with this Soundbar, this was NOT the case with the one I purchased. Whether...
4 expert reviews | 27 user reviews
The difference between the SRS-XB2 and its more expensive sibling is vast: The SRS-XB3 has a second passive radiator and larger drivers that combine to produce a substantially more powerful, bass-forward sound. This is to be expected in a larger...
3 expert reviews | 93 user reviews
Given its price point the quality of sound and level of bass that kick out from the Sony SRS-X55 is seriously impressive.
10 expert reviews | 590 user reviews
You'll know when someone's switched on a Sony SRS-X88; it has a sound befitting its muscular stature.
7 expert reviews | 104 user reviews
As mentioned earlier, the SRS-X33 is intriguing—at certain volumes, it sounds fantastic for its size and price, but at higher volumes, it can sound unlistenable. For $130, I still really like the Sony SRS-X33 when listening at moderate volumes. It's an...
9 expert reviews | 775 user reviews
This speaker has a sleek design and is very versatile, but doesn’t have the sound quality needed to make the most of it
2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews
If the portability of a Bluetooth speaker is as important to you as its sense of style, the Sony SRS-X11 is made for you. The sound won't floor you, but the features included make it a rock-solid value.
16 expert reviews | 1042 user reviews
Overall, there's a lot to like about the HT-XT3. It's not as elegant-looking as the Philips Fidelio XS1, but it still looks classy and delivers great sound. Its HDMI pass-through ports, internet connectivity and multiroom capabilities are a real boon....
4 expert reviews | 227 user reviews
Now that it's widely available for considerably less than its launch RRP of £259 (if you shop around you can find it for around £180), the SRS-X77 is a legitimate alternative to rival entry-level multiroom speakers from the likes of Sonos and Bose.
5 expert reviews | 151 user reviews
Do not order from this supplier if you live in the UK. I did this accidentally. The unit comes with European 2-pin plugs and no English manual. Amazon needs to sort this out as it is unacceptable for electrical products to be sent to the UK without the...
1 expert reviews | 88 user reviews
Accuracy isn't everything, and we give the SRS-ZR5 high marks for boosting the lows and low-mids in a tasteful way. Add to that its versatility in the connectivity department, its ability to be used in pairs, and the option to tweak the sound signature...
1 expert reviews | 9 user reviews
Boom goes Sony's dynamite portable speaker
11 expert reviews | 1097 user reviews
The HT-ST9 will be available in the US in July, with pricing and availability for Australia and the UK as yet unannounced. The US price converts to around £1,000 or AU$1,930, but expect final prices to vary considerably.
4 expert reviews | 99 user reviews
I have these speakers with a Sony 65x8509cbu TV. The sound is great, a very rich cinema experience with wonderful bass from the woofer. Setup was very easy and it integrated well with the TV. However.........there seems to be a very irritating feature...
3 expert reviews | 73 user reviews
£169. Also in other colours
17 expert reviews | 1062 user reviews
Sony’s HT-XT1 is an attractive, well-made and feature-packed affair with a crisp, attacking sound, but sonic flaws deny it a place at the soundbase top table.
14 expert reviews | 1585 user reviews
A stylish wireless speaker with high-resolution audio support and excellent connectivity
11 expert reviews | 1 user reviews
On paper the HT-CT770 is a competition-killing soundbar with a superb range of features, plentiful connections and an alluring design, but its performance doesn’t quite live up to the promise.
6 expert reviews | 1016 user reviews
Your eyes and ears will love this Sony almost as much as your wallet will
9 expert reviews | 734 user reviews
Sony’s design and features lay a good foundation for a promising mid-price soundbar, but its performance lets the HT-CT370 down.
9 expert reviews | 1514 user reviews
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