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Sony SRSX5 Portable NFC Bluetooth Wireless Speaker System (Black) with Speakerphone

4.4 out of 5 stars 638 customer reviews
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  • Powerful stereo sound with 20 watts of power
  • Subwoofer with dual passive radiators for rich sound (50 Hz to 20 kHz)
  • Bluetooth audio streaming with AAC and aptX support
  • Convenient One-Touch Listening technology
  • USB power port for charging smartphones and tablets
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Connectivity Technology bluetooth Wired & Wireless wi-fi bluetooth
Dimensions 4.8 inches x 2 inches x 8.8 inches 4.8 inches x 8.8 inches x 2 inches 5.2 inches x 2.4 inches x 11.8 inches 4.7 inches x 10.3 inches x 9.3 inches
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Color: Black | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Let the music play at home or away with the SRS-X5, packing 20 watts of 2.1 channel sound in a sleek, portable design with built-in battery for up to 8 hours of playback. Flexible music streaming connectivity options even let you stream your favorite audio tracks via Bluetooth.

Product Information

Color:Black  |  Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
Product Dimensions 2 x 8.8 x 4.8 inches
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Sony
ASIN B00I053ICY
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Item model number SRSX5/BLK
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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4.4 out of 5 stars 638 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #149 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Cell Phone Accessories > Portable Speakers & Audio Docks > Portable Bluetooth Speakers
#177 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater > Wireless & Streaming Audio
#200 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater > Speakers
Date first available at Amazon.com March 1, 2014

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From the Manufacturer

Sony SRSX9 High-Resolution NFC Bluetooth Wi-Fi Speaker Sony SRSX7 Portable NFC Bluetooth Wireless Wi-Fi Speaker Sony SRSX5 Portable NFC Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Sony SRSX3 Portable NFC Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Sony SRSX2 Ultra-Portable NFC Bluetooth Wireless Speaker
X9 X7 X5 X3 X2
List Price $699.99 $299.99 $199.99 $149.99 $99.99
Hi-Res Audio Support
Output Power 154W 32W 20W 20W 20W
Speaker Construction 2.1 ch w/ 4 Super Tweeters and dual passive radiators 2.1 ch w/ dual passive radiators 2.1 ch w/ dual passive radiators 2 ch w/ dual passive radiators 2 ch stereo output
Wireless Functionality Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, Airplay Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi, Airplay Bluetooth, NFC Bluetooth, NFC Bluetooth, NFC
Network Services Pandora, Spotify, Music Unlimited Pandora, Spotify, Music Unlimited
Speaker Phone
Smartphone Charge
Battery Life 6 hours 8 hours 7 hours 5 hours
Protective Case/Pouch Sold Separately Sold Separately Sold Separately Included

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Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black Verified Purchase
The title of my review says it all. I can offer a few reference points to draw some boundaries around what this thing is/does for folks who are looking for an audio companion that doesn't just blurt out a lot of noise, but actually makes very compelling, high quality sound.

First is this thing relative to other bluetooth speakers. Although I can't say I've tested the other bigger brothers of this guy, SRS X7 and SRS X9, and similarly expensive, larger "portables", I have tested a long, long list of them, including UE Boom, Dre Beats, Philips, Jawbone Jambox, and a whole array of other smaller-brand speakers. I owned a Creative Soundblaster Roar, briefly, and returned it because the sound was just awful. The only real competition for this speaker is the Bose Soundlink III and Soundlink Mini. None of the others are worth considering. There's no bass, no soundstage, most of them have serious problems with phase, and of course, the real cover charge for considering a decent speaker is whether it produces bass. Good bass, bad bass, little bass, big bass, deep bass or shallow bass. Some produce SOMETHING down below 100hz worth listening to; most do not. And that leaves us with exactly three contenders we even need to discuss: Bose Soundlink III, Bose Soundlink Mini, and Sony SRS-X5.

All three use passive radiators to move some air mass outside the brick and reach well below 100hz. None of them will project a bass chord, let's say, in the 20-40hz range, so forget that. They can make the noise, but you can barely hear it on any of these little speakers, whereas when you're sitting in front of a decent powered 10 or 12" sub, the same chord will fill your ears and world, and "press on you", that there's a nice big, rich note there.
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I was never a fan of Sony music products until I happened to hear this portable compact bluetooth speaker while strolling through Target -- which now has a surprisingly large offering of portable bluetooth speakers. The build quality of this Sony SRS-X5 is solid and commands respect for high quality and though weighty, it certainly is not too heavy to compromise its portability. If you enjoy the deep room-consuming sound of Dr. Dre's Beatbox, you will then thoroughly also enjoy the high crip, clear trebles and the surprisingly deep reaching bass that has surprising depth and substance for such a thin unit (about 1.5 inches or so). Most bluetooth speakers this size offer a listener either muffled hollow bass, or an artifical bass that lacks the ability to reach true low decibles that one would only hope to hear a hint with a speaker this size. However, this will not disappoint. In fact, of the dozen or so bluetooth speakers I have heard, this is the first one of this small size to offer such range of bass to trebles.

Now, as one who appreciates the best sound quality without being fiscally ridiculous, I always look for the "Wow" factor when I listen to speakers. In fact, I was very close to taking the leapt to purchase the Bose Soundlink Mini, which gave me a "Hmmm...that sounds pretty good" reaction - for the small size footprint. On the other hand, the Sony SRS-X5 instantly game me the "WOW!" reaction. The spectrum of sound was surprising - particularly for me since I don't prefer Sony products. I would go as far to say that this is probably the best sounding small-to- midsize bluetooth speaker on the market as of April 2014. Now, if you expect the sound quality of an expensive home theater system, you have unrealistic expectations.
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Update: It's been a month or two now owning the device. It's a head turner! And the battery life is great. I hardly ever charge it and its more of "Gosh, is it dead yet? How is it not dead yet?!". I'm still loving every bit of it. And I'll probably be buying a few more for my younger sisters who are in college. Sony hit a home run on this one!...Update 12.22.14 - I did purchase another one! I was looking to get one as a gift for my sister who needed a bluetooth speaker and this was a no brainer!

How I found out about this speaker: (Bose Mini vs. SRS-X5)
I was strolling through target looking for a gift for my girlfriend when I "just happened" to end up in the electronics section. I always do love gizmos and gadgets and I found a hands-on Sony and Bose section where they had the Bose Mini and the Bose SoundLink III and the Sony Srs X5,3,and the smaller (x2? I guess).
I had to see what the comparison was, I mean they were side by side. And I hit the play button on the displays. And the Bose mini sounded fantastic compared to the Sony! I was somewhat surprised, because I've always known Sony makes some quality products. But then I noticed that I could pair my phone and see what these sounded like. Which was cool because thats the way I intended to use them rather then just basing all my knowledeg off their sample tracks from the displays. So...I fired up my phone and paired it to the Bose Mini. It sounded good. Trebel was good. Bass was pretty impressive for its size.
But then I paired my phone with the Sony SRS-X5 and was blown away. It sounded SO MUCH clearer than the Bose! I was completley caught off-gaurd because the Sony sounded terrible in the sample tracks. The trebles, mids, and lows were all so much better articulated than the Bose mini.
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