Promo video for Sony’s SRS-X1 waterproof speaker

by XB on 19th June 2014

in Accessories, Videos


Sony SRS-X1 Promo VideoThe Sony SRS-X1 speaker looks very similar in design to the SRS-BTV5 wireless speaker. However, one key differentiator is that it is waterproof with an IPX7 rating. This makes it an ideal speaker for a bathroom or kitchen, something that Sony has emphasised in the promotional video below. Sony has also released a special promo site for the speaker here.

The SRS-X1 speaker has an output of 5W and is equipped with Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC (for easy pairing). In terms of battery life, the SRS-X1 will last for 12 hours and it weighs 185g. The Sony SRS-X1 is only confirmed for Japan right now, where it will cost 8,500 Yen + tax (€60) when it launches on 21 June 2014.

  • Diogo Simões

    it’s possible to listen the same music in all the speakers that we have?

  • MichelleWSanchez

    The SRS-X1 speaker has an output of 5W and is equipped with Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC (for easy pairing). In terms of battery life, the SRS-X1 will last for 12 hours and it weighs 185g. http://sn.im/290xdj8

  • MarkLastiwka

    Tuesday shows Stereo pairing, so yes. Seems each speaker can act as either a left or right speaker.

  • Ado Kanashii

    YES !!! i can help with the japanese translation!!! YOU CAN PAIR 2 IN STEREO MODE!! (its written on the video on second 55 ) it also says that obviously you will need 2! cheers!!

  • Mahinthan So

    When does she work?

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  • BruceLeeRoyJenkins

    I’m not convinced that the Z, Z Ultra, Z1, Z1 Compact, and Z2 were actually waterproof. I think we all agree we need to see some hot model in the tub with it for proof.

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  • Dan

    Those commercials, specially with that music, look and sounds like some Sims game.

  • goldenblls

    I suppose it works like the old Sony Ericsson MBS 200 & 400 speakers with a cable attached between both.

  • goldenblls

    What is the phone featured in this ad, at the 2:25 mark? That’s a good looking phone.

  • Captain

    One big question, why Sony still cling on Bluetooth 3.0 when 4.0 LE already has wider adoption by now?

    is it different or any advantage, it would be appreciate if someone can explain for me

  • Yaayyy :D

  • I’m not too knowledgable about this but .. BT 4.0 is meant for low usage BT devices and is meant for battery savings — like a smartwatch or fitness band. And thus you can’t use a low quality stream for music. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.

  • Kent Gaga

    one of the worst ad i’ve ever seen from Sony =.=

  • Kent Gaga

    not really sure but i have the same thoughts bout this

  • Kent Gaga

    Xperia ZL2/Z2A

  • Tech Gospel

    BT 4 is only for low bitrate devices. Like watches, fitness sensors, and other interval update based apps. BT 4 does not work for audio. BT 3 and apt X are the standards you look for in audio devices. And apt x is only good for mid-high end bt audio devices. Pocket speakers like this won’t benefit from apt x or BT 4.

  • Christian

    my thoughts exactly!

  • itsnatecain

    Such a cheesy commercial lol

  • Captain

    Thank you :)

  • Captain

    Thank you ;)

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  • Mido King

    I agree.
    Worst trailer.

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