Win Sony’s new EXTRA BASS portable wireless speaker!
A couple of weeks ago we did a story on an incredible young dancer born profoundly deaf Macy Baez – the star of Sony’s new project, DEFY.
In the video, Macy dances to a bass heavy hip-hop/electro track specifically designed for her, so she can literally FEEL THE MUSIC, powered by Sony’s new Extra Bass SRS-XB3 wireless speaker.
WELL NOW YOU CAN WIN YOUR OWN SONY EXTRA BASS PORTABLE WIRELESS SPEAKER!
The SRS-XB3 is part of Sony’s new EXTRA BASS speaker range, designed to achieve punchy bass and amazingly loud sound for its small size.
Convenient: It’s small enough to chuck into your backpack.
Wireless: It connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth, with NFC one-touch pairing on compatible phones, so no cables necessary.
Durable: Take it to the beach or park it pool-side; the water-resistant housing means it will shrug off any spillages.
Long-lasting: Battery life of up to 24 hours means you can literally party all day and night.
Cares to share: Wirelessly add two speakers together using the ‘Speaker Add’ function for double the party power without having to fiddle with an app.
MACY’S STORY …
Macy Baez, a hip-hop dancer who was born profoundly deaf, is fronting a new project from Sony Australia New Zealand, released today. The collaboration with the young dancer features a hip-hop/electro track specifically designed for her, so she can literally feel the music, powered by Sony’s new Extra Bass SRS-XB3 wireless speaker. Baez is able to experience sound with the aid of cochlear implants, but relies heavily on being able to feel music vibrations, particularly bass notes, in order to dance. Read full story here