Sony SRS-XB43 review
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The Sony SRS-XB43 is the largest model in Sony’s range of popular Extra Bass Bluetooth speakers, and Sony promises it lets you ‘enjoy powerful sound anywhere’ – sound much more full-bodied than typical portable speakers. It’s durable, waterproof design with 3.5mm line-in socket aims to be both practical and fun, with optional light effects to get everyone in the mood. Is this a brilliant package or an overly expensive Bluetooth speaker? Our professional listening panel and lab experts reveal all in our full review.
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