The new range of wireless speakers is loaded with 360-degree sound for an immersive audio experience.
Sony has announced the launch of new range of party speakers in India. The company has introduced Sony V02 for Rs 16,990, V42D for Rs 31,990, V72D for Rs 44,990 and V82D for Rs 54,990. The new range of speakers will be available for purchase from Sony centres, authorised Sony retailers and major e-commerce websites.
The new range of wireless speakers are loaded with 360-degree sound for an immersive audio experience. The speakers are loaded with jet bass booster and there is Taiko, which basically turns the top panel into a percussion instrument so that one can add his/her own beats to the tracks being played through the speaker. The mode lets you select the bongo, djembe surdo, or Japanese Taiko drum as the instrument.This feature is available for the top two variants of the new range of speakers.
Starting with Sony V02, it is the smallest speaker in the range and it is equipped with connectivity options including Bluetooth, Audio In, USB and FM radio options. Rest of the models are equipped with a built-in CD player along with HDMI ports to connect it to TV.
The speakers are loaded with gesture controls and features party lights as well. The lights and other features like DJ effects, playback and more can be easily connected via the Fiestable application.
Previously, Sony introduced a new soundbar in India known as HT-X8500. The soundbar comes with a price tag of Rs 29,990. The device comes loaded with a 2.1 channel and the company claims that one can get 3D cinematic surround sound experience. The soundbar is loaded with digital signal processing technologies including Vertical Surround Engine and S-Force Pro Front Surround technology, that can deliver a maximum output of 7.1.2 channel surround sound.
There is an built-in dual subwoofers that delivers deep bass and it comes with a Cinema Mode through which one can enjoy the detailed sound experience while watching a movie. It also supports eARC for high quality audio codecs.
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