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Sony announce the HT-CT60 and HT-CT260 surround sound bars


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Sony have just announced two new surround sound bars for your TV – the HT-CT60 and HT-CT260.


It’ll feel like you’re actually sitting in the theatre. No matter where you are in the room you’ll hear the action all around you with virtual surround sound from the CT60. For a more immersive experience try the CT260, it uses S-Force PRO Front Surround technology developed by Sony to create a 3D audio effect with just two front speakers in a single bar. It delivers sound that bends around the room and straight to your ears.


Sound that packs a punch
Turn it up, feel the bass. With a powerful sub-woofer, the CT60 and CT260 deliver deep notes that add more drama to movies – you’ll be jumping out of your chair. The CT60 has two front speakers that deliver 60W of clear, detailed audio. You get a bigger impact with the CT260, it has 300W of total speaker power. The CT260 has a wireless sub-woofer that delivers dynamic base from the tightest spaces. Pick it up, place it anywhere, it’s light and compact and free from the clutter of cables.

Cool, minimalist look
Enhance your living room décor, without overpowering the rest of the interior. The CT60 has a compact hexagon design which is a chic addition to any home. It’s stylish and practical – a sound bar not only fits in front of your TV but also on the wall, or on a shelf. It’s flexible set-up, it complements your style wherever you put it.

Easy access to your favourite music
Forget tangled wires and awkward USB ports. Get quick and easy cable-free access to your favourite tracks thanks to built-in Bluetooth®. The CT260 allows you to stream music from your PC, tablet or smartphone straight to the crisp, powerful sound of a 2.1ch system. It’s the missing link in your home entertainment system.

Both look really interesting – more news when we get it.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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