Sony Introduced Two Wireless Speakers
Sony introduced the new wireless speakers SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 that support 360 Reality Audio. The speakers will hit the shelves next February. In addition, the speaker supports many features such as ‘Sound Calibration’ and ‘Auto Sound Level’.
Japan-based technology giant Sony has introduced two new wireless speakers called SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000. The Sony signed speakers, which also have Hi-Res Audio certification; also support Sony 360 Reality Audio and ‘Immersive Audio‘ features.
At this point, Sony 360 Reality Audio makes you feel as if you are in a live concert or in a studio by spreading the music you listen to. In addition, both have a ‘Sound Calibration‘ feature that allows them to analyze the shape of the room; where the speaker is located and adjust the sound accordingly.
What does Sony SRS-RA5000 offer?
Regarding the the SRS-RA5000, Sony mentioned; “it will take away the hassle of finding the perfect sound level for every track.” Also, this speaker supports the Auto Sound feature. The speaker includes many features such as built-in Chromecast, Spotify Connect support; Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, multi-room features and voice control via Alexa or Google Assistant device.
The SRS-RA5000, which also makes a strong impression with its luxurious design, will be offered for sale with a very salty price tag that does its skills. At this point, the loudspeaker is expected to take its place on the shelves; at 599 euro as of next February.
What does Sony SRS-RA3000 offer?
The SRS-RA3000 is more compact than the SRS-RA5000. In addition, although the SRS-RA3000 does not come with Hi-Res Audio support; it supports 360 Reality Audio, Immersive Audio Enhancement, Sound Calibration and Auto Volume, as well as all connectivity options offered in the top model.
At the price point, the SRS-RA3000 is expected to take its place on the shelves from next February, with a price tag of 359 euros.