Deal: Sony h.ear go Portable Bluetooth Speaker $99.99 - 9/14/16

If you are in the market for a new Bluetooth speaker and especially looking for one which packs a punch on the bass side of things, then it is always worth checking out Sony’s h.ear go range. This is a range of products which places an emphasis on offering a heavier bass reproduction, so you can expect a deeper and more punchy sound. Right now, one product from that range which is certainly worth checking out is the Sony SRS-HG1 Bluetooth speaker. This is a unit which typically retails for around $199.99, although it is currently available through eBay for only $99.99. It does need to be pointed out that this is a manufacturer refurbished model, but at half the normal retail cost, this a good deal.

In terms of the actual speaker, this one comes equipped with two 1.38-inch full range drivers. The speaker is listed to offer 12-watts per channel (12 W+12 W), while the battery is said to offer up to 12 hours of continuous playback before needing to be recharged again (via microUSB). This is a speaker which is able to connect over Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and NFC, as well as being able to make use of Google Cast and Spotify Connect. This is also a speaker which comes with a stereo 3.5 mm jack port for direct connecting to other devices. You can find out more about the Sony SRS-HG1 h.ear go Portable Bluetooth Speaker by heading through the link below.

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