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A modern party speaker with exhilarating acoustics Private

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 Sony recently launched in India the Sony SRS-XG500 



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party speaker[/url]. Though it reminded me of the old boombox music 



players, it is by no means a retro one but a modern party speaker 



with a powerful output and wide connectivity options. Although 



bulky, the SRS-XG500 is a moveable party speaker that is easy to 



manage irrespective where you throw a party. Priced at Rs 32,999, 



the speaker seems to be on the expensive side. Is it? Let’s find 



out:





    







    Build and design





    







    Sony SRS-XG500 party speaker





    The cylindrical body gives the speaker a distinct look while the 



fabric covering brings minimalism. The big handle is sturdy enough 



for us to carry it anywhere. On the front, there are buttons for 



power, Bluetooth, volume, play/pause, and a bass boost button. A 



rubber lid at the back covers power and USB ports and a connector 



for plugging in a guitar. The two large rubber feet keep the speaker 



stable when the bass comes in. The sides have LED lights that change 



colour when you play music and it looks absolutely beautiful under 



dim or low light. The Sony SRS-XG500 weighs nearly 5 kg but quality 



material is used so weight isn't much of a factor to point out.





    







    The audio quality of the Sony SRS-XG500 is at par with most of 



the small-sized trolley-style 



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portable speaker. That said, the sound is loud and bassy, but at the 



same time, highly balanced so it will be music for your ears.





    







    For bass lovers, there is a bass boost feature but honestly, the 



default sound is much better because of the balance. The feature to 



connect a guitar adds to its credentials as a party speaker. You can 



also connect the SRS-XG500 with other speakers using Party Connect. 



There are slight tweaks you can do with the sound and light settings 



using the Sony Music Centre app. I had to play with the equalizer as 



the default sound at times doesn't go well with all genres of 



music.





    







    Overall, the experience was fine as I played songs on full 



volume on the terrace.





    







    The Sony SRS-XG500 offers up to 30 hours of playtime on a full 



charge. The battery fares well in real-life scenarios and the backup 



is close to that Sony claims. The SRS-XG500 is water and dustproof 



with the IP66 rating, so a slight rain or splash of water and 



everyday dust won't harm the speaker.





    







    The Sony SRS-XG500 is a speaker with loud and enthralling audio 



out. Although bulky, it can be taken anywhere - from terrace to park 



for an enhanced musical experience. The SRS-XG500 brings all the 



features a modern party speaker should have, not to forget about 



Sony's signature sound that lights up the party, but at Rs 



32,999, it's quite expensive and people may prefer cheaper 



alternatives that JBL and other brands offer.





    







    Throwing a party anytime soon or planning to attend one? 



Conventionally, partygoers used to have a big music system with 



bulky speakers to ensure everyone is able to enjoy the melody. 



Thanks to technology upgrades, today, you can do so by carrying a 



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speaker/fire-light-speaker/]fire light speaker[/url]. In the last 



decade, the trend of party speakers has seen a big spike.