The sony soundbar HT-CT770 is a fantastic slim sound bar for your large TV. The soundbar stands and nearly 2 inches high to ensure that is it made for a soundbar for TV as it doesn’t impact your vision when watching your favourite TV shows and movies. The soundbar with subwoofer is wireless that provides deep bass and surround sound throughout the room the soundbar is connected to.
This top soundbar is equipped with one touch listening via the NFC connection and you can connect to all your devices with the built in bluetooth wireless streamer. The soundbar itself is tilted to blast the sound waves in all directions of your room and you can place the Sony soundbar either on a shelf or fix it to the wall, either way, it looks fantastic.
POWER OUTPUT (TOTAL)
INPUT AND OUTPUT TERMINALS
Analog audio input (1), HDMI Input (3), HDMI Output (1), Optical audio input (1)
MAIN UNIT SIZE – BODY ONLY (W X H X D)
40.55 x 19.69 x 4.45 in
SUBWOOFER SIZE (W X H X D)
10.67 x 15.91 x 10.67 in
The sony soundbar HT-CT770 comes with an array of features including a S Master digital amplifier for crystal clear audio quality. Clear Audio+ to ensure great sounding music in all directions of your room. Simple bluetooth connection with NFC One touch and S-force front surround sound that creates cinematic quality sounds when watching your favourite flicks.
This top soundbar is designed for superior sound and you can definitely feel the power with the 330W 2.1 channel system. Watch the latest blockbusters with loud and clear surround sound as the sony soundbar has0.79 tweeter and a 2.36 build it woofer on each side. All in all, this is a fantastic sound bar that oozes quality as you would normally expect from a Sony product. We rate this masterpiece the top soundbar rating of 5 out of 5!
Hear every movie scene loud d clear with up to 330 W from a 2.1 channel system, including a 0.79 in tweeter and 2.36 in woofer on each side. The S-Master amplifier offers greater efficiency and clearer sound, with less of the distortion caused by traditional digital and analog conversion stages.