Sony calls the SRS-XB21 a 'party speaker.' We think it mostly lives up to that reputation as it is impressively loud for its size/price. It also adds a 'slap the speaker to make drum noises' feature in the interest of party entertainment. The actual...
1 expert reviews | 42 user reviews
While it should costs a little less, the Sony SRS-XB10 is an attractively designed mini wireless speaker that outputs more bass than your typical tiny speaker.
9 expert reviews | 599 user reviews
The Sony HT-MT500 is marketed as being more than just a sound bar. It also includes wireless multi-room audio capabilities so you can use it as part of your home music system and enjoy your tunes, supposedly in hi-fi quality. Read on to find out what...
9 expert reviews | 94 user reviews
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 (around £185 /...
4 expert reviews | 7 user reviews
A super-powerful and portable – if not always subtle – wireless speaker.
15 expert reviews | 230 user reviews
Exuberance is the XB40's raison d'être, which is exactly what you get - unapologetic extroversion. Brash bass and big beats, serious volume, plus the lights fantastic. And all that wrapped up in a rugged-looking and colourful design.
11 expert reviews | 68 user reviews
The Sony HT-NT5 is sweet and musical, but for a movie night in you might hanker for something more exciting.
13 expert reviews | 127 user reviews
With flashing lights and Sony's 'Extra Bass' branding, the SRS-XB20 promises a fun, powerful speaker. But Sony has a mixed record in our wireless speaker tests. Find out if this one's a hit in our expert Sony SRS-XB20 review.
2 expert reviews | 642 user reviews
The SRS-XB30 hails from Sony's 'Extra Bass' line-up, a group of wireless speakers promising bigger bass and more powerful sound. Portable models like this often struggle to hit the low notes. So does this answer the problem? Find out in our expert Sony...
4 expert reviews | 395 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...
10 expert reviews | 110 user reviews
Everything I hoped it would be. Really good powerful sound. Drum and bass sounds amazing on it. Really stylish design and the disco lights are really cool.
2 expert reviews | 34 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.
20 expert reviews | 1935 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
8 expert reviews | 32 user reviews
The Sony GTK-XB7B is a hefty Bluetooth speaker promising powerful sound. With flashing lights and an array of bright colours, this is an eye-catching wireless speaker. We reveal our first impressions of this wireless speaker in our first look review.
6 expert reviews | 261 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 | 635 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...
2 expert reviews | 133 user reviews
The Sony SRS-X33 makes a strong case for being a less expensive alternative to the Bose SoundLink Mini II.
12 expert reviews | 689 user reviews
The Sony SRS-XB2 speaker can survive splashes of water, but will your ears survive lengthy listening sessions of your favourite tunes? We sent the Sony SRS-XB2 to the test lab to see if the audio quality is good enough to turn heads.
8 expert reviews | 268 user reviews
If you're looking to improve your home entertainment setup, then the Sony HT-CT790 sound bar could be what you're looking for. With a wireless subwoofer and virtual surround-sound technology, it certainly has all the features, but does it have the...
5 expert reviews | 51 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.
6 expert reviews | 226 user reviews
The HT-XT3 is a soundbase that not only boosts audio from your TV but can also be used as part of Sony's multiroom music system. That means you can play tunes on the HT-XT3 while simultaneously sending them to other Sony speakers like the SRS-X88 and...
4 expert reviews | 279 user reviews
Sony's SRS-X88 is a wireless speaker from the same family of multiroom audio products as the impressive HT-XT3 soundbase. It's one of three Wi-Fi/Bluetooth speakers in Sony's latest range, sitting below the top-end SRS-X99 (£599) but above the portable...
8 expert reviews | 153 user reviews
The Sony SRS-X3 is a hugely confident performer that certainly deserves consideration when buying any product of this type.
13 expert reviews | 1034 user reviews
While once a trusted brand, in recent years we've found Sony products ranging from sublime to shoddy. And its wireless speakers are no different. But it will be hoping that the home multi-room SRS-ZR5 speaker heralds a return to form. See how it got on...
4 expert reviews | 104 user reviews
While it doesn't play as loud when it's on battery power, the Sony SRS-X5 holds its own against the top Bluetooth speakers in its size and price class.
20 expert reviews | 1048 user reviews
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