It looks like Sony has finally revealed the pricing details for their collection of Extra Bass wireless speaker and headphones series. These latest additions to the family will certainly make the listening experience a whole lot more engaging, and with deep bass bringing plenty of life and depth to today’s popular music genres, you can be sure to have a really ear-blowing experience without burning a hole in your pocket as the latest models hit store shelves this March.
The MDR-XB950N1 EXTRA BASS Wireless Headphones will cost $249.99 a pop and offers powerful, enhanced bass response accompanied by Sony’s exclusive noise cancelling technology. It will also bring with it Bluetooth audio streaming support and simplified connectivity with Near Field Communications (NFC) technology, hence making it a snap to hook up sans wires. aptX & AAC codec support will also deliver maximum signal quality regardless of the situation, and it is easy to tote around thanks to a foldable form factor and an integrated rechargeable battery that delivers up to 22 hours of non-stop, wireless music playback.
The SRS-XB40, SRS-XB30, and SRS-XB20 Wireless Speakers happen to be a trio of highly portable speakers which would love to bring some life to any party. Do not let their diminutive sizes fool you, as both bark and bite of these wireless speakers are not to be trifled with. The portable party Extra Bass speaker offers powerful, clear bass sound which is hardly found when it comes to a compact form factor portable speaker. Delivering a full, deep, resonating sound that’s perfect for EDM, Hip-Hop and other popular music genres, these are a snap to use, boasting of one-touch connectivity as well as music streaming with NFC and Bluetooth compatibility. To spruce things up, they come with special lighting effects. What makes it all the more interesting is the ability to use the wireless party chain of up to ten XB40/XB30/XB20 models speakers being hooked up to one another, letting you have a unique performance that boasts of synchronized lights and great sound.