Picture of the left, front, and top sides of the Sony SRS X5.

Sony X5 Specifications

Here, we list Sony X5 portable wireless BT speaker specifications.  Now these details cover the unit’s length, width, weight, battery recharge time, output power, and music play time per charge.  We also include the frequency response, harmonic distortion, and Bluetooth support details.

Furthermore, it’s clear from the published specifications, and from our own ears, that the Sony X5, released in 2014, sounds plenty good. It indeed plays loud enough for smaller parties and gatherings in diners, small stores, et al, with its twenty (20) watts RMS of sound power. Plus, the sealed enclosure design gives more bass than other models of the same size.

Finally, even at max output, the lithium ion battery lasts up to eight (8) hours per charge.  Indeed the specifications do not mislead as to the great features Sony put into this water resistant wireless speaker.

Picture of all dark lights on the top panel of the Sony X5.
Showing all dark lights on the top panel of the Sony X5.

Sony X5 Specifications

    • Height: 118 mm or 4.75 inches.
    • Width: 221 mm or 8.75 inches.
    • Depth: 51 mm or 2.13 inches.
    • Moreover, the weight is: 1200 grams, or 42.0 ounces.
    • Bluetooth Version: 2.1 Plus EDR (Enhanced Data Rate).
    • Bluetooth Output Power: Power Class 2.
    • Plus, the Bluetooth Transmitter Frequency: 2.4 to 2.4835 Ghz.
    • Bluetooth Profiles Supported:
      • A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile).
      • AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile).
      • HSP (Headset Profile).
      • HFP (Hands-free Profile).
    • Supported Codec:
      • SBC.
      • AAC.
      • aptX.
    • Transmission range (A2DP)
      • 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz (Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz).
    • Communications range: 10 m or 30 Ft.
      • Modulation Method: FHSS.

    • Audio Frequency Response: 20 – 20,000 Hz.
    • Sampling Frequency: 44,100 Hz.
    • Microphone Response: 100 – 7,000 Hz.
    • Furthermore, the music playing time: Up to 8 hours (varies by volume setting, temperature, and program content).
    • Speaker Dimensions (Diameter):
      • Approx. 38 mm (1 1/2 inches) × 2.
      • Subwoofer: 58 mm (2 3/8 in) × 1.
    • Audio Output Power (On Battery): 8 Watts RMS @ 1 percent total harmonic distortion.
    • Audio Output Power (On AC Adapter): 20 Watts RMS @ 1 percent total harmonic distortion.
    • The battery charge time: 4.0 hours.
    • Lastly, the AC Adapter (suggested specifications): 12.5 volts, 2.5 amp, 31.25 watts out.
Picture of the front view from top down of the Sony X5.
The front view from top down of the Sony X5.

Sony X5 Features

    • Speaker Type: Full Range, Stereo.
    • The wireless connection types this unit supports:  NFC and Bluetooth.
    • High quality electret condenser microphone.
    • Additionally, this speaker features a Bluetooth standby mode.
    • Auto power off function.
    • There’s also an AUX audio input, 3.5mm stereo jack.
    • Stereo sound with subwoofer accompaniment.
    • Furthermore, you also get the sound enhancement function for a perceived larger sound stage.
    • Long lasting metal grill.
    • Plus, there’s a low battery warning.
    • Charging via the included AC power adapter.
    • Speakerphone function.
    • Finally, the SRS X5 needs no app to access all its features

Sony X5 Colors

Moreover, this Bluetooth speaker comes in 3 different standard colors, including

    1. red,
    2. black,
    3. white.

Sony X5 Price

Finally, you can find the SRS X5 these days online for between $40.00 and $150.00.

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    1. Official Sony X5 Support Page
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Revision History

    • 2023-04-30: First published.