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Glass Sound Speaker LSPX-S1

By Sony 

Sony’s Glass Sound Speaker LSPX-S1 avoids conventional audio-visual design with its cylindrical, carafe-like form to bring crystal clear sound and warm colors to your living spaces.

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With Glass Sound Speaker sound resonates through organic glass matched by the changing color temperatures of an LED light.

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Elegant as it is functional, Glass Sound Speaker powers up with a candle flicker and slowly dims when turned off. Sync it to your smartphone to enjoy music anywhere.

Specifications:
Includes: body, AC adapter, power cord, cleaning cloth
Dimensions (Φh, mm): 82 x 303
Mass (g): 920
Power lithium-ion battery, AC power
Micro USB charging and power supply support
Power consumption (when AC power is used) about 20W (at the time in the built-in battery charging and illumination brightness maximum)
About 6W (after the built-in battery fully charged and when the illumination brightness maximum)
About 1.1W (Bluetooth standby and illumination at the time off)
About 0.4W (during normal standby)
Battery duration: 4 hours

Speaker:
50mm woofer
Enclosure system passive radiator system
Frequency band 60Hz-40,000Hz
Amplifier section
Practical use maximum output 13W

Bluetooth:
Bluetooth standard ver.3.0
Output Bluetooth standard Power Class2
Line-of-sight distance of about 10m
Use frequency band 2.4GHz band
Modulation scheme FHSS
Corresponding content protection SCMS-T method
Transmission band (A2DP) 20Hz-20,000Hz (when 44.1kHz sampling) / 20Hz-40,000Hz (LDAC 96kHz sampling, when 990kbps)

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