Sony Philippines launches the X-Series Portable Wireless Speakers

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Sony’s latest X-Series Portable Wireless Speakers are now available in all Sony Centres and Authorized Dealers nationwide starting today, August 13.

The Sony X-Series is comprised of three promising wireless speakers – SRS-XP700, SRS-XP500, and SRS-XG500 specially designed to provide a powerful and wide-spreading sound perfect for any kind of music you’re up to.

All three speakers feature Sony’s X-Balanced Speaker Units that give more pressure and less distorted sound by maximizing the area of the speaker, resulting in a richer and clearer sound of every music genre.

Specifically, the XP700 has several High-efficiency Tweeters (two at the front and one at the back) prompting to deliver an Omnidirectional Party Sound with punchy and deep bass and plenty of clarity.

Sony SRS XG500
Sony SRS XG500

The XP500 and XG500 meanwhile have two front High-efficiency Tweeters that combine to give you a Powerful Party Sound.

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The X-Series speakers also come with inputs for microphones and/or a guitar. These speakers are also Bluetooth compatible. In addition, its Party Connect feature, allows you to connect up to 100 compatible speakers, which then sync to the music and lights.

The speakers are built with handles for portability. The XG500 has IP66 water resistant and dustproof rating. While the XP700 and XP500 have an IPX4 water-resistant rating to protect from light splashes and raindrops.

Price and Availability

The XP700 retails for Php 21,999, XP500 priced at Php 16,999, and the XG500 for Php 21,999.

All three are available in all Sony Centres or Sony Authorized Dealers nationwide, and online on official Sony stores in Lazada and Shopee. is one of the most active tech sites in the Philippines. We enjoy sharing interesting and relevant stories about the latest trends in technology, developments in mobile phones and social media, and modern digital and geek culture.

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