Sony Wireless Speaker Review
I’ve been looking at Bluetooth and other wireless options yet have decided to go with AirPlay as I have a Mac and various iOS devices and feel that it is best suits my needs.
Sony offer a range of AirPlay speakers but I’m not a fan of these wide airship type designs. I want something that’s compact and at a good price. At £97.99 on Amazon it’s one of the cheapest AirPlay speakers available.
It offers 360 degree sound, the bass frequencies are nice and warm and it doesn’t overpower the speaker or make it rattle.
It seems like everything I buy needs an update and these AirPlay speakers from Sony are no exception. It worked right out of the box but then I noticed the update light. After the firmware update the only difference I notice is the light on the front is now white during playback.
You get a remote control - it’s basic with volume, muting and power functions and also allows you to slightly dim the light on the front of the speaker.
'Party Mode' allows you to have two or more speakers and pairs them together to play in sync throughout the house. It’s good to know you can add to your sound.
There is a ‘Wifi Standby Mode’ that allows you to power down the speaker when not in use but when it starts to receive a signal from one of your iOS devices or Mac, it’ll turn on and start streaming. I haven’t touched the speaker since I’ve set it up but I know it’s ready to go whenever I’m in the mood to listen.
The volume of the speaker is capable of filling a room small room with ease. It handles full volume without rumbles or movement on the table I’m using.
I’d recommend the Sony SA-NS310 to anyone looking to get an AirPlay speaker. It’s small, powerful, easy to set up, expandable, well priced and you get the Sony design style and build quality. #sony #airplay #wireless #speaker http://enzoamata.com/post/70418612589/sony-wireless-speaker-review