Sony SRS XV900See price on Amazon
Overall Score 6.6 Represents average audio ecosystem compatibility score.
Turtlebox Gen 2See price on Amazon
Overall Score 6.4 Represents average audio ecosystem compatibility score.
|Sony SRS XV900
|Turtlebox Gen 2
|ingress protection (ip) rating
|is dust proof and water resistant
|has a subwoofer
|size of subwoofer
|has stereo speakers
|driver unit size
|has a passive radiator
|snr - signal to noise ratio
|audio output power
|has a battery level indicator
|operating power consumption
|standby mode power consumption
|can be used wirelessly
|has a detachable cable
|has a socket for a 3.5 mm audio jack
|maximum bluetooth range
|has usb type-c
|has a microphone input
|has a mobile app
|has voice prompts
|has a remote control
|control panel placed on a device
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IP ratings refer to the level of protection offered by an electrical enclosure, against solids and liquids. The letters 'IP' are followed by two numerals The first number of the IP rating refers to protection against solids say dust, while the second refers to protection against liquid.
Having a value of IP67, the Turtlebox Gen 2's rating is read as, the first number of 6 denotes that they are completely dust proof, and the second number of 7 means that they are protected against temporary immersion in water under set conditions, say 1 metre for 30 minutes.
In comparison to the Turtlebox Gen 2, Sony SRS XV900 has a rating of IPX4 meaning that no data available to specify a protection rating and that of liquids is that, Sony SRS XV900 has a lower liquid rating than Turtlebox Gen 2
Volume is the quantity of three-dimensional space taken up by the product's body or, in simpler terms, the space the product fills. Sony SRS XV900 takes up 158,391.2cm³, it is a good thing to know the space that the speaker takes up just so as to ensure that it will fit with ease into the available space next to your other gadgets.
We prefer a lower weight better because lighter devices are more comfortable to carry.
A lower weight is also an advantage for home appliances, as it makes transportation easier, and for many other types of products.
Sony SRS XV900, at 2,660g weigh less than the Turtlebox Gen 2 by g. Commonly a genuine quality system is a little bit heavier than average quality products though If you will need to change the position of the soundbar after some time, then you should try to purchase a lighter soundbar.
This represents the vertical dimension of a device, Turtlebox Gen 2 has a height of 222.25mm.
Sony SRS XV900, at 880mm is longer in height than the Turtlebox Gen 2 by 657.75mm
This represents the horizontal dimension of a device, Turtlebox Gen 2 has a width of 304.8mm.
Sony SRS XV900, at 439mm is wider than the Turtlebox Gen 2 with a difference 134.2mm
The thickness (or depth) of Turtlebox Gen 2 is 177.8mm, to know the thickness of the speaker you divide its volume(space occupied) by the surface area( length by width)
Sony SRS XV900 has a thickness of 410mm, meaning that it is thicker than the Turtlebox Gen 2 by 232.2mm
The Turtlebox Gen 2 is dustproof and water-resistant. A water-resistant device can resist the penetration of water, such as powerful water jets, if it is to be submerged in the water this is usually set to a given depth and for a specific time period.
Sony SRS XV900 too is dustproof and water-resistant, this makes both devices water-resistant and dust-resistant, which means that they can prevent water and dust from entering the interior of the devices keeping the interior components safe
A subwoofer is a speaker that delivers lower frequencies in the range of 20 -200Hz, the low frequencies are produced by instruments such as pipe organs, bass guitars, even the kick drums, and any explosive sound effects say in a movie. Devices that have a subwoofer inbuilt give a richer bass sound when listening to bass-heavy music like hip hop.
Both the Sony SRS XV900 and Turtlebox Gen 2 have a subwoofer
Bigger subwoofers are capable of producing deeper bass sounds. Turtlebox Gen 2 has a 190.5 mm subwoofer
Sony SRS XV900 has a 120 mm subwoofer
Turtlebox Gen 2 has stereo speakers, devices with stereo speakers deliver sound from separate channels on both left and right sides, creating a richer sound and a better listening experience.
The driver unit is the component that produces sound in the device, its size dictates the loudness of the headphone. Turtlebox Gen 2 driver unit is 63.5mm in diameter, bigger drivers are more powerful and can produce better bass.
A speaker driver is an individual transducer that converts electrical energy to sound waves. Drivers come in different sizes and modes, but generally, you'll find three types: tweeter driver, which handles the high-frequency treble range (above 2,000 Hz), and midrange driver: which handles the midrange frequencies (200 Hz to 2,000 Hz). Woofer driver: handles the low-frequency bass range (below 200 Hz).
Based on the frequencies they handle more drivers may result in better sound quality, Turtlebox Gen 2 has 1 only.
A passive radiator is a type of driver in speakers that can get extra power and resonance from a speaker system, usually used in smaller speaker systems. This radiator is called passive because it is not powered by electricity but by air pressure found in speaker cones.
The sound vibrations produced by a passive radiator depend on its mass and the size of its enclosure. It is usually used in combination with a woofer to produce deep, resonant tones that would normally be produced by speakers in large boxes powered by AC.
The signal-to-noise ratio is a measure that compares the meaningful sound a speaker produces to the level of noise produced by internal components of that speaker, the higher the number the less perceived noise. Turtlebox Gen 2 has an audio signal level of 80 dB higher than the level of noise.
The audio output power of a device is based on the number of speakers and their power in watts Turtlebox Gen 2 has 120W, this is the amount of power the speakers can be loaded with "comfortably".
A higher audio output power results in louder, clearer sounds though this is not the sole factor determining the device's loudness. To get a better understanding of how loud any speaker can get, there are other aspects to look at such as sensitivity, sound pressure, etc.
Low-frequency response measures if and how well a particular audio component reproduces low audible frequencies and if it makes any changes to the signal while at it. Turtlebox Gen 2's lowest frequency is at 20Hz, the lower the low-frequency response, the stronger and juicier the bass.
Sony SRS XV900's lowest frequency is at 20Hz, this means that both devices produce equal bass
High frequency response measures if and how well an audio device reproduces high audible frequencies and if it changes to the signal while at it. Turtlebox Gen 2's highest frequency is at 20,000Hz, the higher the high-frequency response, the clearer and crispier the treble.
Sony SRS XV900's highest frequency is at 20,000Hz, this implies that both devices produce equal treble
Your speaker's battery life will reduce over time while in use, the battery life is given by the manufacturer, and with longer battery life, you get to use it for longer and have to charge the device less often. Turtlebox Gen 2's battery life is 25 hours
Sony SRS XV900's battery life is 25 hours. Each time you recharge your device, it gets a little less listening time. The effect is barely noticeable at first. But over a few years, you may find that your speaker, no longer plays for long like it used to.
It takes 2.5 hours to fully charge the Turtlebox Gen 2's battery. It is recommended to fully charge the battery before using it for the first time or when they have been unused for extended periods.
Sony SRS XV900 takes 1.5 hours to fully charge the battery
Turtlebox Gen 2 has a battery level indicator, an indicator shows you when the device has a low battery. The battery indicator lights indicate the charging status of your speaker.
Sony SRS XV900 too has a battery level indicator, charging indicators allow you to determine the charging state of your speaker, whether fully charged, or the battery is running low.
The amount of power a speaker uses depends on the loudness of the audio being played, its sensitivity, and the amplifier's volume. Operating power consumption is how much power the device consumes when it's in use. Turtlebox Gen 2's operating power consumption is 20W
Sony SRS XV900's operating power consumption is 100W
Also known as a device's energy-saving mode, the power consumption in standby mode measures the amount of power the device consumes when shut down but still plugged in. Turtlebox Gen 2 has a standby mode power consumption of 0.5W
Sony SRS XV900 has an energy-saving mode power consumption of 1W
Sony SRS XV900 support multipoint, which allows you to link to more Bluetooth devices and switch between them. For example, you can easily switch calls from one device to another without having to manually disconnect and reconnect.
Turtlebox Gen 2 can be used wirelessly, wireless devices allow users more freedom of movement.
The Sony SRS XV900 also can be used wirelessly
Detachable cables are cables that have connectors on both ends. One end goes into your headphone earpieces, while the other end is inserted into an audio source. Some new headphones, and not just the expensive ones, are coming with detachable cables, Sony SRS XV900 is one of those.
Being an industry-standard audio plug, a standard 3.5mm male connector is suitable for use with all MP3 players and computer sound cards. This means that it is commonly used in stereo headphones to your phone or connecting your phone to an external amplifier, sound bars, your car radio, etc. Sony SRS XV900 has this connector giving it a wider range of connectivity with most of the sound devices out there. All plugs have at least a tip and sleeve with the number of rings that stand as a differentiating factor.
Bluetooth is a wireless technology that allows you to easily transfer data between different devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Both the Sony SRS XV900 and the Turtlebox Gen 2 have Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that allows data transfers between devices placed in close proximity, using short-wavelength, ultra-high frequency radio waves. Turtlebox Gen 2 has a v5
Sony SRS XV900 has a Bluetooth version of v5.2. Newer versions provide faster data transfers.
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless technology standard that is used for exchanging data between fixed and mobile devices over short distances. The Turtlebox Gen 2 can connect at a 10meters distance via Bluetooth or infrared to another device.
The Sony SRS XV900 can connect at a 30meters distance via Bluetooth
Turtlebox Gen 2 supports USB TYPE-C, an industry-standard connector for transmitting both data and power on a single cable. The USB-C plug is now part and parcel of most current laptops, phones, and tablets, it features reversible plug orientation and cable direction.
With more USB ports, you are able to connect more devices, like those you save your music on, Sony SRS XV900 has 1 only
A microphone port allows for connecting external high-end or specialized microphones that are better than those in-built into the device if any.
You can use your smartphone as a remote control for the device through a dedicated app. Through this, you can customize settings, unlock features, and get real-time updates so you can always listen to your music the best way you see fit.
With voice prompts, the device notifies you via audio messages, say its battery is running low it will notify you that it's time to recharge the device.
A remote control allows you to control the device remotely without moving to the device.
There is a control panel on the Turtlebox Gen 2 body, so you can easily access the volume control or remote without having to interact with a cable or another device it's connected to.
The Sony SRS XV900 too have a control panel on them.