Sony HT-CT80 2.1 Channel Surround Soundbar and Subwoofer with Bluetooth/NFC Function

July 8, 2015 - Comment

Restoring and optimising audio signals, the S-Master Digital Amplifier technology is able to sharpen and enrich dialogues, music and sounds from any source, whilst the optimised playback combines the unique technologies from Sony with the ClearAudio+ so you can listen with increased clarity and separation. Adding bass into the mix, the wired dynamic subwoofer will

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Restoring and optimising audio signals, the S-Master Digital Amplifier technology is able to sharpen and enrich dialogues, music and sounds from any source, whilst the optimised playback combines the unique technologies from Sony with the ClearAudio+ so you can listen with increased clarity and separation. Adding bass into the mix, the wired dynamic subwoofer will boost your movie soundtracks with a rich source of sound. Connect wirelessly to the soundbar from your Smartphones easily using the Bluetooth connector or Near Field Communication (NFC), NFC allows you to simply touch your device to the soundbar once for an instant connection, but if you don’t have NFC then you can connect to the Bluetooth manually. Plug in and play music from your USB stick into the side panel of the soundbar, and with an optical input you can link your TV, DVD or Blu-ray players up to it to enjoy the crisp sound from any device.

Product Features

  • 80w Power Output
  • Accoustic Suspension
  • Slim Design
  • Bluetooth

Comments

Never Wong says:

Easy and good value way to upgrade your flat screen TV sound 0

Fenix says:

So good even the neighbours love it. I love my home entertainment, I have a decent TV, which was only slightly let down by the sound, it’s not terrible, but certainly isn’t great. I wanted to improve this without paying a small fortune for a complete home cinema sound system, and boy does this do the job.Straight out the box it looks quality, it is a dark grey colour which luckily perfectly matches my TV by another manufacturer, the subwoofer is meant to sit to the side out the way but is a nice, clean black should you wish to not hide it.It could not be easier to set up and takes up a fraction of the space of a full on system.i) Attach the bar to the TV with the supplied optical lead. ii) Connect the sub woofer. iii) Plug it in.That’s it it’s ready to go, it really is that simple. Depending on your TV you may need to tell the TV to switch between internal speakers and external (the soundbar) but that’s no real hardship really is it? It’s also great you don’t need to route wires…

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