Sony HT-X8500 Soundbar with Dolby Atmos launched in India for Rs 29,990

Sony XT-H8500 Soundbar - Feature Image

Sony has today introduced its new Soundbar in India at a price of Rs 29,990. The company teases its new Soundbar experience, which can be integrated with your TV seamlessly. It claims to offer a sleek design and fits perfectly in front of your TV. It comes built-in with a dual subwoofer. Let’s talk about the design more. 

Sony HT-X8500 Soundbar Features

This new Sony Soundbar promises a cinematic sound experience like never before. It achieves the promised sound effect with the support of Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support. Without any extra speakers, it claims to offer such audio experience in a unique single bar. 

The brand further teases two new proprietary technologies – unique vertical surround sound engine and S-Force Pro front surround. This unique digital signal processing technology works in tandem to bring maximum 7.1.2ch surround sound without the need for extra speakers. 

As we already told about the built-in subwoofer, it claims to deliver bass sound with cinema mode. There are up to seven sound optimised modes for you to have a variety of experience at one click of a button. The Sony HT-X8500 Soundbar supports eARC, which means it has high-quality audio codecs support. 

If you have a Bravia TV, then you can seamlessly connect it with using the Bluetooth feature. Further, you can pair your smartphone or tablet to wirelessly stream your playlist. Talking about the sound modes, it has modes ranging from theatre, music, game, news, and sports mode. Thus, claiming better sound output in each situation. 

What do you guys think about this Sony Soundbar? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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