Sony’s HT-A3000 TV Soundbar Is Built For An Immersive Surround Sound Experience

The sleek soundbar features 3 front speakers with a center channel for clear surround sound and a built-in dual subwoofer.

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Sony just dropped a new HT-A3000 soundbar that aims to provide the brand’s most immersive TV audio experience yet when it comes to streaming movies, shows and music at home.

The HT-A3000 features three front speakers including a dedicated center speaker for clear surround sound and a powerful, built-in dual subwoofer for deep bass.

Sony’s latest soundbar also utilizes the Japanese electronics giant’s 360 Spatial Sound Mapping tech when connecting the soundbar to Sony’s wireless rear speakers, such as the newly launched, SA-RS5 and SA-RS35.1, which aims to broadcast sounds from all directions and distances.

Adding an optional subwoofer–like Sony’s SA-SW5–would only up the audio ante further.

The HT-A3000 pairs particularly well with Sony’s compatible (and highly-regarded) BRAVIATM XR TVs. It likewise works well with Google-assistant enabled gadgets using Chromecast or Amazon Alexa enabled devices.

Users can add the sleekly-designed speaker to their speaker group using the Google Home app to start playing music, adjust volume or perform other functions simply by using their voice.

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The all-new Sony HT-A3000 has a suggested retail price of $699.99, and is available to preorder now on Amazon and at other authorized retailers.