Sony has revealed a cheaper model of his speaker that looks like a lamp. Style aware audiophiles may request the LSPX-S3 glass sound speaker from August.
The Bluetooth-enabled device has an organic glass tweeter with three actuators that allow you to emit sound in all directions, according to Sony. The company demands that the tweeter “produces clear and powerful tones” and propagations sound uniformly along a space. The LSPX-S3 has a 46 mm speaker drive and can adjust the levels through the SONY MUSIC CENTER application. It also has LDAC support for high resolution audio.
The speaker will not turn on a full room, but style lighting in light of candles flashes should provide a cozy atmosphere for night reading. The LED can pulse into synchronization with music and there are several lighting modes and brightness levels.
You can also take the LSPX-S3 outdoors. It weighs around 1.1 kg and has a battery that Sony says you can feed the device up to eight hours on a single charge. You can recharge it through the USB-C charging port.
There is also an option to link two units for stereo playback and can be part of an audio system of several rooms. In addition, the speaker has a built-in microphone for calls, a metal base and a lower part of the fabric.
Almost six years ago, Sony showed a prototype for the elegant product for the first time. The company published the LSPX-S2 in Japan in 2019 and took it to the US. UU The following year. The LSPX-S3 will cost $ 350 / £ 315 / € 350, which is around $ 100 cheaper than the previous model. It is not yet clear when Sony will begin to send the speaker.