Sony Debuts New Sound System, Sound Bars, Projector
Sony Electronics this week debuted some new home theater products, including a pair of new sound bars and a new sound system, as well as a new projector.
The new line includes the HT-CT370 and HT-CT770 Sound bars, both of which feature Bluetooth and NFC capability. Both also include 4K and 3D pass-through using three HDMI 2.0 inputs.
Sony also announced the HT-XT1 TV Sound System, also featuring Bluetooth, NFC and HDMI connectivity and audio control options.
The new projector is the VPL-HW40ES, a Full HD 3D home cinema projector, which arrives in April at an MSRP of $2,500.
“The VPL-HW40ES home theater projector is ideal for those that want a larger screen than a flat panel TV can provide, but at a reasonable cost,” Yamato Tanikawa, director of home entertainment at Sony Electronics, said as part of the announcement. “Also, this projector takes up little space and can be used with a retractable screen that is out of sight when not in use, perfect for those that do not want a large TV to be the focal point of their home decor.”
All three sound products arrive in April, with the sound bars retailing for $449 and $349 and the sound system going for $299.