There’s also a new HT-A9 four-speaker home cinema system
Sony has announced two premium home cinema speaker systems designed to offer flexible, immersive audio.
First up is the HT-A7000, Sony’s flagship soundbar for 2021, costing £1200 / $1299 (about AU$1700). The 7.1.2 system, which is Dolby Atmos and DTS:X enabled, features two upward-firing drivers, two beam tweeters and five front speakers.
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