Got your eyes (and ears) on a new soundbar setup? Sony has just announced its HT-A5000, a Dolby Atmos-sporting ‘bar which, at £800/€900, sits below that critical four-figure price point. However, it won’t be released until 2022.
But if you can wait it out, what can you expect? The A5000 features a 5.1.2 channel setup, meaning five speakers up front – centre, left/right, upfiring left/right – with a central subwoofer and two rear separates for full immersion.
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