At CES 2017, Sony has announced the launch of some of the sleekest and most beautiful soundbars available on the market. Promising to deliver the most immersive audio sound system for your home entertainment system in 2017, Sony presents to you the HT-CT800, HT-MT50, HT-MT300 and the HT-CT290.

The flagship soundbar, the HT-CT800 is a powerhouse that comes armed with 4K and HDR support. This ultra-slim soundbar is made to blend in with any interior design style. Placing it flat on your TV stand or even discreetly on a wall can turn them into an aesthetically-pleasing design centrepiece. The CT800 also supports wireless surround sound experience which allows listeners to pair it with compatible wireless Sony’s speakers, using them as rear surround sound speakers to build an even more immersive cinematic experience. Furthermore the CT800 also comes with multi-room capability, which makes it possible to stream audio to different rooms and enjoy the same great music throughout the entire household.

If you are in the market for compact soundbars, then the HT-MT500 and HT-MT300 soundbars would be what you’re looking for. These compact bars ensure near-perfect audio fidelity with the use of S-Force PRO Front Surround technology. This helps place listeners right in the centre of the movies they are watching by emulating theatre-style surround sound from just 2 front speaker. The slim but separate subwoofer of the HT-MT500 and HT-MT300 can be placed to stand neatly upright next to or even between your furniture to ensure that your solid and impactful bass doesn’t go compromised.

Last but not least, the HT-CT290 is a soundbar built with a unique space-saving design but yet at the same time, promises to deliver room-filling sound with its strong output power that totals 300W. With its wireless subwoofer, this Bluetooth-enabled sound bar helps take your favourite movies and tracks to life, giving you an absolutely pleasing virtual surround sound and nothing if not a punchy bass. The best part of it all is its convenience. Streaming music can be done easily via your smartphone and these soundbars are also capable of being controlled alongside your TV with a single remote.


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