Sony Wireless Neckband Speaker design and key specs revealed FCC website

Sony appears to be developing a wireless neckband speaker. The Sony Wireless Neckband Speaker, model SRS-NB10, has been discovered on the US FCC website by 91mobiles. The listing includes a description of the neckband’s design as well as a few key specifications. There is currently no word on when the company plans to release these in the United States. Sony released its first wireless neckband in 2019, but it was never sold in India. The concept is simple: provide an immersive and surround sound experience right from the comfort of your neck.

FCC Approved Sony Wireless Neckband Speaker

The upcoming neckband speaker’s design can be seen in the FCC listing. It depicts two thick wings that will encircle your neck. Large speakers and controls will be located on the right and left sides, respectively. The connecting bridge appears to be detachable, but we’re not sure what that means other than making it easier to carry.

Surprisingly, the Sony Wireless Neckband Speaker SRS-NB10 also supports 5W charging and Bluetooth V3.0, according to the listing. Given the Bluetooth generation supported, we may be looking at an old concept rather than a new model. Bluetooth Low Energy is also supported by the speaker (BLE). This is all of the pertinent data we can glean from the FCC listing.

As previously stated, it is unknown whether Sony intends to release the Wireless Neckband Speaker SRS-NB10. The Sony SRS-WS1, which was released in 2019, had an unusual design, and it’s unclear whether the company was successful with it. The product’s limitations are obvious, as it can only be used by one person, making it unsuitable for a family. The SRS-WS1 also had a battery life of 3 hours on a single charge, which is enough for one movie and would necessitate frequent charging.

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Source: 91mobiles

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