Deal: Sony SRS-XB20 Bluetooth Speaker For $48 – 04/02/2018

If you are looking to buy a portable speaker, one of Sony’s popular offerings is now on sale on Amazon. The Sony SRS-XB20 portable wireless speaker can now be purchased for only $48, while it usually costs $98, thus being $50 off. This device is quite compact, and we’re looking at a Bluetooth speaker here. It is also worth saying that this speaker comes in four color variants, Red, Black, Blue, and Gray, with all of those color options now being discounted and costing the same.

Having said that, this speaker’s design is nothing to write home about, but it works, the design is simple, which is probably what most of you will be looking for either way. The Sony SRS-XB20 portable speaker offers ‘EXTRA BASS’, for improved audio output, and other than Bluetooth, it is also equipped with NFC, Wi-Fi, and LDAC. If you buy several of these speakers, you can connect them into what Sony calls a ‘Wireless Party Chain’, so you can basically create a stereo surround system using a couple of these speakers. Wi-Fi 2.4GHz is on board here, and the device is water resistant, which makes it ideal to take with you on those camping trips and what not. Sony also claims that the battery life of this speaker is really good, as the Sony SRS-XB20 is expected to offer you 12 hours of play time, while the speaker itself is quite light.

You can connect this speaker to your smartphone, all you need to do is install the ‘SongPal’ app, and you’re be able to control what this speaker plays without an issue, while a number of additional options will become available as well. If you’re interested in purchasing the Sony SRS-XB20 portable Bluetooth speaker, a purchase link has been included down below, and it will take you to Amazon, as the banner says.

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