I can just hear kids doing that and annoying everyone.Sony added 1 to the model numbers. So XB41, XB31 etc. for 2018. They're wrapped in a fabric of sorts and have a "live" mode where you can play them like a drum by tapping on them. the sound effects get superimposed on the music.
Did you find the XB40 to have cleaner midrange sound than the XB3 or XB30 and/or better directionality of the highs?I bought myself an XB40 during Black Friday when it was $100 off. I would expect the XB30 will be discounted when they close them out.
XB41 was at CES. XB40 is last year's model and I have one at home. I didn't extensively A/B the XB3 and the XB40, but I thought they sounded similar with the XB40 able to play louder before rolling off the bass.He mentioned in an earlier post that it was too noisy to tell and no other point of reference.
I'm trying to avoid spending another $500 for a couple of speakers plus transmitters and I don't need that "bongo" feature.My bad, I thought he was asking about the new one.
It probably depends on the store. The one nearest to the office is one of the worst.I've done that several times and never had that experience. I suspect it was a one time deal. I wouldn't let it discourage me from doing it again if it was otherwise the most attractive option.
So how do you charge it?I bought an XB31 a couple months ago as there have been issues with the L-R pair of XB30s losing connection with each other. I finally got around to checking it out and there is no included AC power supply.
Not only that but it won't pair with either of the XB30s. I suppose S*NY has changed the coding or something.