Sony LSPX-S1 Glass Sound Speaker Review

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Review Ratings
7.8 / 10 Reviewer
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Pros
- Beautiful Design
- Well-built
- Innovative technology
Cons
- Poor battery life
- Poor placement of physical controls
- Poor sound quality
- Expensive
Summary
The LSPX-S1 glass speaker is not for everyone, it is a lifestyle device intended for buyers with a flair for design and cutting edge technologies. Priced at USD 799, many would expect a speaker that offers better sound quality

One, however, cannot overlook the design, its ability to fit into most interior designs and with the right genres fill the room with wonderfully crisp sound.

Sony’s attempt to marry technology and lifestyle, the Sony LSPX-S1 Glass Speaker sets a tone and the mood, a show stopper none-the-less.
Design and Build9.5
Usability8
Sound Quality6.5
Value for Money7
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Part 1: Introduction, Design and Build
Part 2: Sound Quality
Part 3: Product Specifications
Part 4: Review Ratings, Summary

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  • Goh Beng Yeow, the Founder / Editor at Porta-Fi™, is a recipient of the IT Youth Award in Singapore. Twice nominated for EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, Beng Yeow has previously founded startups such as PDALive.com, Coded Pixels Consultants and was a Tech writer for TODAY, a national daily newspaper under MediaCorp. Since 2017, he has been writing, editing and producing commentaries, interviews, news and reviews on Porta-Fi™. In 2019, Beng Yeow was appointed Advisor to LHDC™, the industry's latest low latency and high-definition Bluetooth audio codec.

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