This speaker boasts 20 Watts of peak amplification power and stereo speakers. It features a passive radiator for enhanced bass, and the digital sound enhancement engine helps restore frequencies that have been lost to compression in MP3, AAC, ATRAC, and WMA files.
This is the newer model of the SRS-X3 which I already thought sounded amazing, especially for a speaker in its price range. The differences between this and last years model is that its now 20% smaller. After comparing the two, the size difference makes it much easier to grip in one hand if you're carrying it around. In addition, the speaker now supports higher quality stream, so a big plus for those who wanted better streaming in the previous model.Other than that..
My wife and I tackled for a few days over what portable speaker to purchase. We first purchased the Sony X2, and we were pretty impressed with it--small speaker with some high volume, high quality sound. However, we weren't fully convinced for the $100 we shelled out at Best Buy. Suffering a bit from buyer's remorse, we packaged it back up and took it back to Best Buy just to see if there was anything better. We saw that the Sony SRSX33 was on..