Sony HT-CT80 2.1ch Soundbar with Bluetooth
The Sony HT-CT80 2.1 channel soundbar has a healthy 80W power output and is packed with some great features, Play music wirelessly from compatible device using either bluetooth or NFC, you can also connect a USB memory stick and play content straight through the soundbar speakers. The HT-CT80CEK incorporates Sony's ClearAudio+ technology and gives great clairty to music, dialogue and sound effects played through the soundbar. Teh dynamic subwoofer can be placed upright or on its side and is front-firing to produce a rich sounding bass.
The Sony HT-CT80 soundbar sits under the screen and not in front of it. With a slim design and sitting just 5.1cm tall, the HT-CT80 sits beneath any large screen sOPNY TV over 32" and means you always see the full screen. You can also choose to wall mount the soundbar or place it on a stand, sound will be directed in the correct direction depending on how you choose to place the soundbar.
|Power Output (W)||80W|
|Digital Optical Inputs||1|
|Main Speaker Weight (KG)||2|
|Subwoofer Weight (KG)||2.7|
|Power Consumption (Power On)||21W|
|Power Consumption (Standby)||0.5W|
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