Sony has introduced two new soundbars called HT-CT350 and HT-CT150. The new soundbars also has 3D pass-through as well as separate subwoofers.
Sony HT-CT150 is designed for 32-inch flat panel TVs and has been designed to match Sony’s new Monolithic designs.
The HT-C150 has three 85 W speakers in the soundbar and a 85 W subwoofer. The soundbar offers 3 HDMI inputs (v. 1.4) as well as one HDMI output. Audio inputs are also incorporated.
Sony HT-CT150 will be available this May, retails for about $300.
HT-C350 is a larger model for 40-inch TVs and above. It too has been designed to play together with the new Sony's Monolithic flat panels TVs.
The HT-C350 has three 100 W channels in the soundbar as well as a 100 W external subwoofer. Besides 3 HDMI inputs (v. 1.4) and one HDMI output it has 2 digital optical inputs, 1 coax input and 2 analogue audio inputs.
The Sony HT-CT350 40-inch sound bar system is available this May for about $400.
Both soundbars also feature BRAVIA Sync for control of compatible devices from a single remote (for example one from a Sony Tv), as well as Sony's DM (Digital Media) Port that supports iPods. Both soundbars also has 3D pass-through from a 3D Blu-Ray player to a 3D-Tv because of the HDMI v. 1.4 inputs/outputs.
You can connect the sound bar in 3 different ways: wall hanging, attached to the table top stand, or separated completely on a shelf