- Ryan Waniata , Digital Trends
The X7 provided plenty of pleasant moments, showcasing a smooth and clear sound signature, and more power than its size would suggest.
Powerful stereo sound with 32 Watts of power | Subwoofer with dual passive radiators for rich sound (50 Hz to 20 kHz) | Bluetooth audio streaming with AAC and aptX support | Wi-Fi audio streaming with DLNA and AirPlay support | DSEE and ClearAudio+ deliver realistic, rich sound
Powerful stereo sound with 32 Watts of power | Subwoofer with dual passive radiators for rich sound (50 Hz to 20 kHz) | Bluetooth audio streaming with AAC and aptX support | Wi-Fi audio streaming with DLNA and AirPlay support | DSEE and ClearAudio+ deliver realistic, rich soundLess
Overall, the Sony SRS-X7 is a pretty sleek looking portable Bluetooth speaker that makes some decent sound to fill up your living room, while it’s also able to go with you to the beach or anywhere else. The speaker has multiple connection options and can also be used with a direct wired connection, which extends its capabilities.
At a price of $300 CAD MSRP, it’s definitely a higher-end portable Bluetooth speaker. Is it worth it? Based on the compliments we’ve had so far on this speaker sitting on our shelf and the sound coming out of it, we’d say it&rsquo... Full review
The boxy SRS-SX7 has a sleek, minimalist design that you'll either love or think is a bit underwhelming. It's got a glossy top with touch-sensitive buttons (except for the power button, which you can physically press down on) and brushed aluminum on the sides. Because the glossy top shows fingerprints, you will have to wipe the speaker down from time to time to keep it from looking a little grungy.
The SRS-X7 is one of those speakers that can sound excellent for its size with certain tracks but falls off a bit with others, particularly at higher volumes. With less demanding material... Full review
In a world where the Sony SRS-X7 didn’t face any competition it would be a very easy pick, but with the recently released Bose SoundLink 3 on the market it isn’t quite that simple. While the SRS-X7 has slightly more accurate sound, it isn’t as bassy, but that isn’t the real issue here. At 6 hours, its battery life isn’t close to the 14 hours offered by the SoundLink 3.
That said, if battery life isn’t much of a concern and you would rather have more accurate balanced sound and slightly better stereo imaging, or if the other features like DLNA and... Full review
208 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Sony SRS-X7. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3.9 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
3 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the Sony SRS-X7. Ratings are middle of the road, averaging 3 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.
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