- The Sony HT-S400 soundbar offers a total sound output of 330W RMS
- The soundbar supports Dolby Digital and S-Force PRO Front Surround technology
- It is available via Sony Centers and leading e-commerce platforms
Sony India has unveiled a new 2.1 channel soundbar in India, named HT-S400. The soundbar features a wireless subwoofer and supports Dolby Digital and Sony’s virtual surround sound technology – S-Force PRO Front Surround. It delivers a total 330 Watts (RMS) of power and offers HDMI ARC, which sends television audio back to the soundbar through the same HDMI cable and a voice mode for clearer dialogues.
The Sony HT-S400 will be available across all Sony Centers, major electronic stores in India, the www.ShopatSc.com portal, and leading e-commerce platforms from 22nd August onward. The mid-range soundbar is available for Rs 21,990.
Sony HT-S400 soundbar features and specifications
The HT-S400’s front speakers feature an X-Balanced Speaker Unit, which has a unique rectangular shape that maximizes the diaphragm and reduces driver excursion while maintaining sound pressure; this results in less distortion and greater vocal clarity. The Separated Notch Edge design – the front speakers have strategically placed cuts on the edges – helps improve vertical amplitude symmetry, which is essential for clear sound quality.
The wireless subwoofer with the HT-S400 comes with a large 160mm speaker unit that ensures deep and rich bass. Sony’s S-Force PRO Front Surround technology uses just the front speakers to virtually reproduce the surround sound field and enjoy cinematic surround sound without the hassle of multiple speakers and wires.
Furthermore, the Sony HT-S400 comes with a simple remote designed to fit in the hand comfortably and a convenient OLED display window on the soundbar, which offers at-a-glance information as the volume level, input source, and sound settings. There is also BRAVIA TV integration, through which you can control the sound settings and volume of the soundbar via your BRAVIA TV’s remote control.