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Technology LG's latest Bluetooth speakers have passive radiators for extra bass

15:16  30 june  2020
15:16  30 june  2020 Source:   engadget.com

Sony debuts three new Extra Bass speakers for portable dance parties

  Sony debuts three new Extra Bass speakers for portable dance parties Even though voice-powered smart speakers might be the go-to choice at home, portable Bluetooth speakers still serve a purpose. After all, you can’t (easily) drag a HomePod or Echo Studio with you to the park or the pool. Today, Sony revealed a trio of redesigned options in its Extra Bass line with updates to sound quality and design. The three models — SRS-XB23, SRS-XB33 and SRS-XB43 — are priced at $100, $150 and $250 respectively, so there should be something that fits your budget. So long as the features meet your needs, of course.

Bluetooth speaker deals. The best Bluetooth speakers of 2020 are an essential accessory for any Competitors like the LG PK7 sounds slightly better and has a light show that actually reacts to your If bass is your game, the JBL Charge 4 is an excellent fully waterproof speaker that sounds great, but

Passive radiators are used in Bluetooth speakers , home stereo speakers , subwoofer cabinets and car audio speaker systems, particularly in cases While most studio monitor speakers are either ported bass reflex designs, or closed-back without a vent or passive radiator , Mackie' s HR824 and

LG has released the XBoom Go PL lineup that may give you pause for your next Bluetooth speaker buying decision. The higher-end PL7 and PL5 models come with passive radiators for improved bass and the speakers are tuned by HiFi brand Meridian with a “sound boost” EQ mode for clear vocals and minimal distortion.

a close up of a speaker: LG XBOOM Go PL bluetooth speakers LG XBOOM Go PL bluetooth speakers

Both models are water-resistant and the PL7 can go for up to 24 hours on a charge, while the PL5 can run for 18 hours and the PL2 for 10 hours. The PL7 and PL5 also come with multi-colored lights that pulse to the beat of the music based on the sound waves.

All models come with LG’s Dual Play option that lets you create stereo sound using two LG speakers together. You can also pair them with any LG TV over Bluetooth for rear stereo or surround sound. It has a voice command hotkey, but you’ll need to use your phone’s assistant to give it any commands.They’re now available on Amazon, B&H and elsewhere, with the PL7 retailing for $179, the PL5 at $129 and the PL2 priced at $59.

Google is working on Bluetooth fixes for the Pixel Buds .
Since the redesigned Pixel Buds came out in late April, some people have had issues with the audio from the second-generation wireless earbuds cutting out. Google acknowledged the problem and said it's working on a fix, according to a forum post first spotted by 9to5Google. "I just wanted to let all of you know that we've heard you," said a Google employee on the company's support website. They added, "our team will be rolling out software updates in the coming weeks to improve Bluetooth stability and connectivity." However, the employee didn't provide an exact date for when Pixel Buds owners can expect those fixes to roll out.

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