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Samsung introduces new water-resistant portable speakers

The South Korean conglomerate Samsung has just introduced another member to its audio lineup for 2023. Reportedly, it is a portable speaker provided with an internal battery. It has been named Sound Tower MX-ST45B. Reports claim that the potable speaker has the capacity to deliver up to 160W RMS. Furthermore, it is provided with Bluetooth connectivity. Besides this, the speaker can connect to a TV and two smartphones concurrently. Sounds like it’s party time.

One of the most notable features of the new portable speakers is that they can serve 12 hours of battery life on a single charge. This will be the case when the speaker is using power from a battery as opposed to an energy source. Since the energy output of the speaker is bound to 80W RMS in contrast to 160W. moreover, it has LED lights embedded in it. These lights coincide with the tempo of the music. It has the potential to sync up to 10 Sound Towers for a super loud party.

In addition to this, the Sound Tower MX-ST45B holds the IPX5 water resistance rating. Theoretically, it suggests that it has protection against low-pressure jets of water. While practically, it should offer resistance against accidental spills as well as rainy weather. The device can be used both indoors as well as outdoors.

281.0 x 562.0 x 256.0 mm are the dimensions of the new Sound Tower MX-ST45B. it weighs around 8 kg. It is provided with a 3.5mm input. It is shipped with a remote. However, the speaker is not provided with optical input and NFC connectivity. Furthermore, the speaker has support for USB music playback and AAC, WAV, FLAC, and MP3 formats.

As of now, the Sound Tower MX-ST45B can be purchased from the online shop of the company in Brazil. It is priced at R$2,999 ($579). It is anticipated that the device will soon launch in other regions as well. If you are a resident of Brazil then go buy the new speaker since the company is offering a 6-month free premium subscription to Spotify if anyone buys before March 15.

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