Sony GTKXB7B Boombox Wireless Bluetooth NFC Speaker With LED Lighting, Black or blue £179 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Sony GTKXB7B Boombox Wireless Bluetooth NFC Speaker With LED Lighting, Black or blue £179.00 @ John Lewis

£179.00 @ John Lewis
One of the cheapest places to get them from, with the advantage of a 2 year guarantee. Currys have also got them for the same price, currently £225 on Amazon. With thumping bass, crystal-clear audi… Read More
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One of the cheapest places to get them from, with the advantage of a 2 year guarantee. Currys have also got them for the same price, currently £225 on Amazon.

With thumping bass, crystal-clear audio and awesome lights, Sony’s powerful wireless speaker will be the life of your party. Armed with a special EXTRA BASS button and an easy-to-carry design, you’ll turn anywhere into a nightclub. You can even hook this up to other Boomboxes (sold separately) to boost sound output and make your music all-the-more immersive. With simple Bluetooth and NFC wireless, you’ll play tracks from any compatible Smart device and fill your home with stunning sound in an instant.
Crisp, EXTRA BASS Sound
Sony’s unique ClearAudio+ technology ensures a rich and rounded sound, whatever you’re listening to. Furthermore, the Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) unpacks compressed music files and restores them to CD-like quality, so you won’t need to worry about dinky music file sizes. If that isn’t enough, you can add some punch to your playback with EXTRA BASS button. Just push it to activate the mode, and take your tracks to another super-potent level.
Seamless Bluetooth Connectivity
Hook up your Smart phone or tablet in an instant with the built-in LDAC Bluetooth. You can even link your device with a tap through the NFC, cutting the time it takes to play your music. Using the SongPal app, you can tinker with the EQ settings too, giving you added control. If wireless isn’t your thing, there’re USB & Audio ports too. This way, you’re covered however you want to source your tracks.
Vivid LED Lighting Effects
Recreate the feel of a nightclub with the lustrous-light displays. Featuring multi-colour patterns that pulsate to the beat, you’ll turn your get-together into a pumping party. You can switch up the light settings on the SongPal app too, giving you the audio-visual power of a professional DJ.
Versatile Two-Way Design
The way you set this speaker up is up-to-you. Whether you want to prop it up vertically or lay it down horizontally, a sensor detects the position and optimises the stereo sound. Also, if you have more Boomboxes (sold separately), you can tether them together wirelessly to double, triple and even quadruple your sound output. This way, power levels and position are in your hands.
Carry It Anywhere
If you’re hanging with friends at home and want to take the party elsewhere, you’ll have no problem picking the Boombox up. The built-in handle and relative light weight, make it a breeze to put pop in a car boot or carry short distances.

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#1
Is this model replacing the GTK X1BT? Was meaning to get that but looks to be discontinued? Strange that if this is the newer model it is only 470w whereas the older one is 500w!? Can anyone advise? Thanks and kind regards..
#2
I purchased the LG FH6 boombox, but over this after hearing a demo in store
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UrbanFox2004
Strange that if this is the newer model it is only 470w whereas the older one is 500w!?

You sound like a 'numbers man'.

Bush do a nice 505w model :)
#4
UrbanFox2004
Is this model replacing the GTK X1BT? Was meaning to get that but looks to be discontinued? Strange that if this is the newer model it is only 470w whereas the older one is 500w!? Can anyone advise? Thanks and kind regards..
I advise that it is 6% less powerful.
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mcormack
UrbanFox2004
Is this model replacing the GTK X1BT? Was meaning to get that but looks to be discontinued? Strange that if this is the newer model it is only 470w whereas the older one is 500w!? Can anyone advise? Thanks and kind regards..
I advise that it is 6% less powerful.


Hopefully that equates to 6% less neighbours hating you :p
#6
I bought the GTK X1BT model. I think it is discontinued because I havent seen it for a while. The sound quality for the new model is not good as the old one

Edited By: athenamerc on Dec 04, 2016 22:06: typing error
#7
Chavtastic deal!
#8
UrbanFox2004
Is this model replacing the GTK X1BT? Was meaning to get that but looks to be discontinued? Strange that if this is the newer model it is only 470w whereas the older one is 500w!? Can anyone advise? Thanks and kind regards..


This one isn't as good. We had them both set up at work sound quality on the old one is much better.

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