Get big bass lines from a compact speaker. Dual passive radiators work with a woofer and react to the movement of air through the speaker, artificially creating space in the speaker cabinet. This space allows more air to flow through the speakers, enabling even smaller units to deliver superior sound — especially at low-end frequencies.
LDAC is a new audio technology from Sony that allows you to enjoy high quality wireless audio via Bluetooth®. With 3x the data transmitted, LDAC provides an enhanced wireless listening experience for all your music.
Clear Audio+™ is a unique technology that leverages Sony’s expertise in digital signal processing. Developed over generations of perfecting sound, it delivers a rich, high-quality listening experience.
Let the music follow you around the house with multi-room listening, controlled by the Sony Music Center app. It lets you group selected Sony sound bars and speakers together. With the Group mode you can enjoy the same music simultaneously with multiple speakers, and the Single mode, where different music can be enjoyed with multiple speakers.
NFC (Near Field Communication) technology removes the need for wired connections and complex set-up sequences. Simply touch your NFC-enabled smartphone or other device* to the on-body N-mark and start your music. No NFC? No problem. You can also pair the devices manually in Bluetooth® settings.
Download Sony Music Center for your smartphone or tablet and take control of your music collection. Simply connect over Bluetooth® or Wi-Fi and you’ll have seamless access to all your favourite tracks, whether they’re stored on your PC, server, or favourite online music service. The app can also be used to customise sound settings to ensure great, balanced audio and control multi-room listening.
Not all Windows Vista™ features are available for use on all Windows Vista Capable PCs. All Windows Vista Capable PCs will run the core experiences of Windows Vista, such as innovations in organizing and finding information, security, and reliability. Some features available in premium editions of Windows Vista - like the new Windows® Aero™ user interface -- require advanced or additional hardware. Check www.windowsvista.com/getready for details.