Sony HT-S350 2.1 Channel Soundbar With Wireless Subwoofer Launched in India

Sony HT-S350 2.1 Channel Soundbar With Wireless Subwoofer Launched in India

Sony has declared another soundbar for the Indian market, called the HT-S350. It’s a 2.1 channel framework, which additionally incorporates a remote subwoofer and supports Sony’s encompass sound innovation, for example, Vertical Surround Engine and S-Force Pro Front Surround. Sony HT-S350 sports a punched metal completion with a structure that matches the Sony Bravia TVs. The HT-S350 is value at Rs. 17,990 and will be accessible beginning June 10 over all Sony Center stores and other significant retail stages.

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The soundbar itself gauges 2.4kg and highlights two full-run drivers on either end for the mid and high sound frequencies. The low end or bass is taken care of by the remote subwoofer which highlights a huge 6.3-inch driver. The Sony HT-S350 speaker framework is for conveying an absolute power yield of 320W. The HT-S350 associates with your TV through HDMI ARC or you can interface it to some Sony Bravia TVs over Bluetooth, for a remote association. There’s likewise optical info as well. The soundbar can likewise be mount on the divider if necessary. There’s likewise the alternative of interfacing you cell phone to the soundbar over Bluetooth.

The HT-S350 soundbar highlights Sony’s restrictive S-Force Pro Front Surround innovation, which is said to offer a feeling of encompass sound without the requirement for different speakers. As we referenced before, HT-S350’s plan includes a “punched metal” complete for the front boards. The subwoofer ships with a remote control and you get an optical link in the container. The soundbar additionally underpins different sound mods, for example, Cinema, Music, Game, News, Sports and Standard. There’s additionally extraordinary sound models, for example, Night Mode, which restricts the greatest volume and a voice mode, which enhances the vocals, which is valuable when watching observer sports which have a running critique.

 

 

 

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