The SRS-XB13 is small but promises a big sound
Last month Sony announced three of its new X-Series portable speakers ideal for large outdoor gatherings and impromptu karaoke. But for smaller-scale affairs or alfresco working from home, the company has released the SRS-XB13, a refreshed model of its previous ‘drink can’ style compact Bluetooth speaker.
Measuring less than 10 cm tall with a diameter of 7.6 cm, the SRS-XB13 may be smaller than a tin of tomatoes, but it still boasts a Sound Diffusion Processor with DSP technology that Sony says ‘expands sound in any space’.
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