Sony fresh Party speakers arrive with beer cup holders and 13 hours battery
Sony fresh Party speakers arrive with beer cup holders and 13 hours battery

Sony fresh Party speakers arrive with beer cup holders and 13 hours battery

Sony fresh Party speakers arrive with beer cup holders and 13 hours battery

Japanese technology giant Sony has introduced what is perhaps it’s weirdest device at!The Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2019). The speaker adopts a instead unusual name as it is dubbed GTK-PG10. Sony has already announced much more powerful Bluetooth party speakers but the new model is basically for that impromptu tailgate party, barbecue party or any outdoor event that requires few portability.

Sony fresh Party speakers arrive with beer cup holders and 13 hours battery

Sony GTK-PG10 is a portable wireless speaker with a dedicated outdoor party mode. In the dedicated party mode, Sony says the speaker’s DSP (digital signal processor) “automatically adapts audio settings to optimize outdoor functionality.” The device moreover arrives with a strong rechargeable battery which could Supply up to 13 hours of playback.

Design wise, the Sony portable wireless speaker comes in a cube shape and has built-in handles. The speaker can Furthermore be mounted on a speaker stand if so desired but do note that the top display can be opened up , turning the tweeters upward in order to spread the sound wider. Furthermore, there four cupholders at the top whenever it is opened. Sony have put in place a design that would prevent damage in case the liquid spills as the top is splash-proof.
The speaker which has a $250 price tag tag In addition ships with an FM radio in addition to Bluetooth, USB port and an aux input port. There are also buttons for Mega Bass and for changing the musical primary in cases where the fun shifts to singing karaoke. There is Additionally a microphone input setup on the speaker.

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