Sony today introduced the HT-ST7 sound bar speaker, a 7.1-channel sound bar and the company?s first entry in the premium sound bar category.
The new Sony HT-ST7 sound bar speaker is available immediately at Sony Stores and authorized electronics retailers in the U.S. for $1,299.
The aluminum chassis of the Sony HT-ST7 sound bar speaker incorporates 9 independent speaker drivers and 7 discrete amplifiers. The system uses both Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoders for high definition audio decoding and a dual driver wireless subwoofer is responsible for deep bass.
Sony's HT-ST7 sound bar serves as a solution for listening to music with any mobile device. With its built-in wireless Bluetooth connection (with support for AAC and AptX) users can simply connect any mobile phone or tablet through a single press of the "Bluetooth Sync" button. Additionally, the Sony HT-ST7 incorporates OneTouch NFC (Near Field Communication) technology.
With its quick-start guide, this speaker system is simple to assemble and install. The Sony HT-ST7 sound bar speaker uses advanced technologies like Audio Return Channel (ARC) and HDMI for convenient set up with just a single cable. Unlike other comparably priced models, the HT-ST7 sound bar includes a total of 7 inputs (3 HDMI, 3 digital audio and 1 analog), making it flexible enough to support a variety of AV components.