Sony HTCT390 Ultra-slim Sound Bar with Bluetooth Review

We all love the picture that comes on a flat, slim modern TV. However, what we have gained in quality of picture with modern televisions over the years we have lost in speaker and sound quality. BluRay offers beautiful digital sound quality, but with the poor speakers on most TVs now, the average viewer is not able to take advantage of it.

This is where a good digital speaker comes in. Sony HTCT390 Ultra-slim Sound Bar with Bluetooth easily connects to your smart TV, BluRay player, or any device that music can be streamed from. This model uses both Bluetooth and NFC and offers fast and easy setup and reliable streaming. And, you can control it right from your cell phone with SongPal while you stream your music. It can also be controlled with the same universal remote you use to control your TV and BluRay player.

Flexibility is also an important feature of any home unit. This is going to be in your entertainment area, so you want it to look good. This unit also features a slim, sleek design and a wireless subwoofer. The design is also wall-mountable, offering you the greatest range of options when it’s time for you to decide where this will best fit into your entertainment system.

Pros

  • Ultra slim design
  • Built-in Bluetooth and NFC
  • Comes with wireless subwoofer
  • Features HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel)
  • Wall mountable

Cons

  • Not the cheapest soundbar
  • No Google Cast

All in all, modern technology has given us a lot of ways to stream movies and music, and we can stream them in higher quality than ever. However, unless our speaker system will allow us to take advantage of this ability, they are no good to us. Many of our modern devices offer top-rate streaming, but give us cheap, low-quality speakers. The right speaker system, such as the Sony HTCT390 Ultra-slim Sound Bar with Bluetooth, is essential when it comes to getting the most out of our media. And, easy setup and versatile design are important features to consider. This unit has both.

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