Sony SRS D8

Among the newly launched SRS series speakers, SRS D8 is the higher end model. Like the other models in the series, it has one Subwoofer and two Satellite speakers. When compared to other speakers in the series, the power output is significantly higher in SRS-D8.

Let's also see the comparison in terms of specifications.

(Source: Sony India website)

I have compared the sound of all three versions of SRS-Dseries and have found the sound output of D8 significantly better than its peers. If you look at the Subwoofer of SRS D8, there are two outputs for the Bass sound at the bottom which really does their work well. :)

Let us look into some features that catches eye.

  • 60 Watt Power Output (15 + 15 Watt Satellite Speakers, 30 Watt Subwoofer).
  • Separate Bass and Treble control (which is not there is other two models). 
  • Auto Power Off when idle for 25 mins (Turns on automatically when any signal is received).
  • Two Inputs (Mini Jack & RSA).
  • Output for Headphones.
Other specs can be found on official website

Let us now see the images of the device from all the sides. :)

Front View
Top View

Control Panel on Left Speaker

Front View

Front/Side View Comparison
Back Panel on Left Speaker

Back Panel - Zoomed in

So, this was the overview and the images of the newly launched Sony SRS D8 speaker system. For any technical and functional queries, leave a comment. At the end, I will leave you with a fun unboxing video that I along with my friends have created.


  1. Some technical Specs as Mentioned on the Box...

    Satellite Speaker: 8Ω
    Subwoofer: 3.6Ω

    Reference Output Power:
    Satellite Speaker: 15W + 15W (10% T.H.D., 1 KHz, 8Ω)
    Subwoofer: 30W (10% T.H.D., 100 Hz, 3.6Ω)

    Input Impedance: 6 KΩ (at 1 KHz).

  2. Positive:
    1. Good Sound.
    2. Good Price.
    3. Sound can cover 200-300 sq ft area.
    4. Don't need any equalizer.
    5. Sound Detailing is Best in Class.
    6. Good value for money for songs & music lovers.
    7. Distorted sound source can be manage through Bass & Treble control.
    8. Good for Music & Videos (Smart Phone, TV, PC, Laptop, Pen Drive etc.).
    1. No Remote.
    2. Power Consumption is high (60 Watts)= So consume 1 unit (Approx Rs. 6) in 16:15 hours of listening.
    3. All the cables is too short & too thin.
    4. Pen Drive songs (MP 3) Always start from 1st track so you have to select a song to play manually, because there is no track display console (LCD)

  3. @Kolkata they don't consume 60 watts of electric power, they have 60w rms output power which is very diferent. Since they are powered by 18v/2a they could consume a maximum of 36w but they never get that high, it's just tgeir maximum electric power supported. I think they may consume something like 22w at maximum volume.

  4. Btw those two holes on the sub are not outputs like this article mention, they are air flow ports.

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