Sophisticated sound with 154 Watts digital amplification | Seven speakers for immersive sound (45 Hz to 40 kHz) | Dual passive radiators and Magnetic Fluid Speaker for incredible sound | Wi-Fi audio streaming with DLNA and AirPlay support | Supports High-Resolution audio playback of AALC, FLAC, AIFF, and DSD formats
Sophisticated sound with 154 Watts digital amplification | Seven speakers for immersive sound (45 Hz to 40 kHz) | Dual passive radiators and Magnetic Fluid Speaker for incredible sound | Wi-Fi audio streaming with DLNA and AirPlay support | Supports High-Resolution audio playback of AALC, FLAC, AIFF, and DSD formatsLess
It’s really hard to find anything to complain about with this speaker. It has subtle, beautiful design qualities that any industrial designer would be envious of. It has top-notch functionality. It’s performance is impressive, and the build quality means you will be able to rely on this speaker for many years. Its impressive to get all of that in such a diminutive package. Listening to the audio you would be forgiven for imagining a giant sound system but all of it just barely larger than a shoebox, and can be streaming and controlled from the phone in your pocket. I tried reall... Full review
Sony has delivered a sensational wireless sound system with the SRS-X9. Superb definition, deep tight bass and a crisp naturalistic mid-range make it a complement to all types of tunes.
The gloss black finish and substantial build are emphatically high-end, and when fed high resolution files, be they DSD or FLAC, the system sounds positively awesome.
Power distribution is spread evenly across the main speaker array at 2x25w apiece, with an additional 2x2w adding some acoustic space through the top facing tweeters. Quite possibly pound for pound the finest sounding wireless s... Full review
It’s been challenging trying to come up with a recommendation on the SRS-X9. On the one hand, when paired with lossless audio via a USB connection, the speaker really lives up to its billing as an “Ultra Premium” speaker. But you’re not buying just an ultra premium speaker. For $700, you’re buying an ultra premium wireless speaker, and it should sound just as good when playing music wirelessly as it does when it’s physically connected.
While WIFI audio quality is good, it’s not stellar, and doesn’t seem to let the SRS-X9 live up to its... Full review
SRSX9 takes true hi-fi audio and scales it down to a smaller size, without immediately missing something. The most important is that it balances the sound as well as it does. I wrote that at first I thought it cost $500. For that price it would have been a good buy and gives any other iPod speaker a hard match. But now it costs ~$700. Now we´re suddenly talking about a lot more money.
Altogether, Sony SRSX9 is a very good speaker, with exquisite balance in the sound and more power than you´d think. A splendid compromise for anyone who does not want a speaker to take u... Full review
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No questions for the moment.