Take your beats wherever you go with Sony’s SRS-XB12 portable wireless speaker.
It features EXTRA BASS technology to bring out the very most from your tunes. With its deep bass, it’s perfect for your dance hits and club favourites. A passive radiator dials up low-end tones, delivering big sound despite the speaker’s compact size.
The Sony SRS XB12 is Bluetooth compatible, so you can easily connect from your mobile device. Simply pair with your speaker and you’re ready to start streaming your favourite music wirelessly. And if you connect with the Sony | Music Center app, you’ll be able to control essential speaker functions from your smartphone. Skip the track, crank up the volume, pause the party – it’s all just a tap away.
You’ll also find it’s ready to go anytime, anywhere, in any conditions. Waterproof, dustproof, sandproof and mudproof (IP67 rated), the speaker is tough enough to get the music going wherever you are. Whether you’re partying poolside or hanging out at the beach, you can be sure your speaker is protected.
With up to 16 hours of battery life, the speaker will keep the party going for longer. A full charge will take you through a whole day of fun – and beyond.
Small and lightweight, the Sony SRSXB12 is designed so you can carry it effortlessly wherever you go – and always keep your music with you. It also comes with a detachable, colour coordinated strap, so you can clip it to your backpack or bike handlebars and keep the tunes playing as you go.
You can even choose to buy two SRS-XB12 speakers and pair them together to play your tracks with stereo sound. This creates a better separation between left and right channels, giving your music greater depth and creating a more immersive effect.
The speaker comes in a selection of colours to suit your style, from understated shades to bold and bright tones. Troubleshoot low sound or no audio from the rear surround sound speakers. Verify that the rear surround speakers are properly connected to the Audio/Video (A/V) receiver. Important: If applicable to your model, verify that the A/B speaker selector is set to the appropriate position. If the speakers are connected to the A speaker connection on the rear of the A/V receiver, then the A/B speaker selector must be set to the A position. Perform a test tone operation to check if the speakers are functioning correctly. Increase the rear speaker volume or surround speaker settings to maximum. Try selecting a different size (small or large) for the rear surround speakers in the menu. Verify that the A/V receiver is set to a surround sound mode. For Dolby ProLogic surround sound, the center-channel mode must be set to Normal or Wide. If your source is a DVD or Blu-ray Disc player, verify that the surround sound is enabled in the menu for the player itself. The audio being received must be multi-channel. Try setting the A/V receiver to a different surround sound mode. Verify the source that you are playing is encoded in surround sound. Note: Surround sound is not present at all times. During periods of mainly dialog, most of the sound may come from the center speaker only, with audio coming out of the rear speakers when there is background or ambient noise. Reset the unit back to factory default settings. Consult the operating instructions for model-specific steps to reset your unit back to factory settings. After resetting the unit, if applicable to your model, follow the steps for Calibrating the appropriate settings automatically. After connecting the calibration microphone device, make sure to set the microphone down on a flat surface and move away from the device so there are no obstructions between the speakers and the microphone while the calibration is taking place. Replace the speaker wires. Try connecting a different pair of speakers.
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EXTRA BASS technology for powerful sound
Waterproof, dustproof, sandproof and mudproof (IP67 rated)
Compact & lightweight, but powerful
Pair two SRS-XB12 speakers together for stereo sound
Battery life of up to 16 hours.