No, the soundbar isn’t dead. But it’s not necessary either.
Sony recently announced two new Dolby Atmos home theater systems. The Sony HT-A7000 ($1,300) is traditional: a high-end soundbar that connects directly to your TV with the option for rear-channel speakers and subwoofers to make a full surround system. Then there’s the Sony HT-A9 ($1,800), which is a completely different animal. In fact, there’s nothing else like it.
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