Sony Soundbar with 5.1 channel and 400W output launched in India at Rs 14,990

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Sony has launched its latest soundbar in India. The all-new Dolby audio home theatre system comes with a massive 400W sound output. Priced at Rs 14,990, it is the company’s new premium offering in the audio for the home category. If you are looking for a new home theatre system to buy in India, then you could take look at this new Sony soundbar. Let’s talk about the features and technical specifications of the Sony Soundbar HT-S20R. 

Sony Soundbar – Features & Specifications 

Equipped with 5.1 Channel real sound, which is supported by Dolby Audio, the new audio system from Sony is a force to reckon with. It offers a massive 400W sound output. With wireless connectivity features like Bluetooth available for seamless music streaming it could be your go-to audio system at home. Apart from Bluetooth, it also offers USB Plug & Play connectivity for playing music. 

Despite its entry-level nature as per the brand, it offers a range of features that are bound to blow your mind. The HT-S20R claims to offer dynamic, immersive, and cinematic surround sound. It’s 5.1 channel is divided in such a way that the soundbar houses 3 channels, and two channels are individual speakers. They can be placed accordingly. 

The theatre-like experience is created by a 160mm driver unit of the subwoofer, which is just bonkers for the price point. It offers up to four modes like auto sound, standard, cinema, and music. This new Sony soundbar will be available for purchase from February 7th onwards. 

What do you guys think of the all-new Sony Soundbar launch in India? Let us know in the comment section below.  

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