If you're still looking for the ideal wireless speaker, Sony is adding two more options to the fray with the arrival of its SRS-X7 and SRS-X5. The audio gadgets pack Bluetooth streaming with AAC and aptX support, ClearAudio+, one-touch listening, aux input, subwoofers with dual passive radiators, USB gadget charging and a relatively minimal design. With 32W of power and six hours of playback, the SRS-X7 (shown above) wields WiFi support -- should you prefer the DLNA or AirPlay route. For the SRS-X5 (pictured after the break) is concerned, there's 20W of power, three color options and eight hours of easy listening; however, the wireless connectivity is limited to Bluetooth here. Both units start shipping today, with the SRS-X7 priced at $300 and the SRS-X5 set at $200. Anxious to nab one, or see the full spec sheet? Consult the source links below to do just that.
Sony's SRS-X7 and SRS-X5 wireless speakers ship today starting at $200
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