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    Voice Assistant Built-in
    Google Assistant
    Wireless Connectivity
    Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
    Bluetooth Enabled
    Yes
    Wireless Subwoofer Connectivity
    Yes
    Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Inputs
    2
    Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Outputs
    1

Sony - HT-A7000 7.1.2 Channel Soundbar with Dolby Atmos - Black

Model:HTA7000
SKU:6467425
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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Surround sound and bass just from this thing!

    I was skeptical about hearing surround sound with just a Soundbar because I had a dedicated 5.1 Av system. After I understood this thing I can tell you that it truly delivers surround sound by bouncing sound from the walls. Perfect clarity if you have the settings right. Anyway, here it goes. Superb build quality. It weighs almost 25 pounds. It is big. Nice touch of glass on top. Has touch capacitive buttons for power and sound levels on the glass. Upfiring speakers wrapped in cloth on top. Extremely clear audio. Actually has bass from the built in subwoofers. The bass will not shake the house, but for a discrete package it really delivers a punch. It has a built in menu system that you access from the TV menu. You can do all the setup, adjustments, and updates through the menu without the need for more stupid phone apps. Decodes every type of audio on the market from classic dolby, dts, to the new atmos and dts-x. Has two 2.1 hdmi inputs with no delay. Has optical input and analog input for Older formats. Has Bluetooth streaming if you need it. Comes with a decent remote with easy to use button navigation. Has an led in the front for audio settings and input selection. Comes with steel wall mount brackets, hdmi earc cable, and 3.5mm cable for Sony s-center TV, which I used. Can automate the room calibration and allows for manual adjustment as well. Surrounds the room with sound and bass. For best surround you need to feed it an atmos or dts-x signal. When you do this there will be surround from the ceiling as well and it actually rivaled or surpassed my older dedicated 5.1 system. If you pair this up with a new bravia TV (in my case it is an x95j) all the functions can be controlled through the TV remote either through the settings menu on the TV menu or the built in menu for the soundbar when you switch to its input. Now for some negatives. There is a risk of the system sounding muffled due to the AE (audio enhancement) feature. When I first set this up the center channel sounded muffled. It was because I had this AE enabled. This is only for stereo sound and it tries to make it surround sound but it creates muffled audio. Ensure your disc player or streaming app service is outputting dolby atmos or dts-x. This may require paying more for the service otherwise it will just output in dolby surround. Don't get me wrong, the soundbar cannot compete toe to toe with a dedicated surround setup UNLESSS you feed it atmos or dts-x. Without atmos or dts-x the Soundbar alone does a serviceable job at surround sound. Your room and ceiling layout also play an important role. You don't want the Soundbar near a left or right side wall. I watched the new matrix that was streamed with Dolby atmos and during some gun battle scenes the bullets sounded like they were flying all around me and behind me, despite my couch is up against a wall. There was a sprinkler scene where water was released from the ceiling to combat fire, and I almost looked up because the audio was bounced to the ceiling and back down at me from the Upfiring drivers. Another negative is that I would like to see what audio source the Soundbar is detecting when it starts to play an audio source that is different than before instead of me pressing the info button on the remote for it to display. I also would like to see the Sony bravia TV also display what audio source the Soundbar is detecting when I press info button on the TV remote as well. The subwoofers, at max setting, can sound muffled as they are trying too hard based on what content you are viewing. There is no equalizer for it, so don't expect to customize things because you are stuck with Sony presets for cinema, standard, and music. There are way too many sound options for this thing but some audiophiles ma find that entertaining.

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