Sony to launch a neckband speaker that supports Dolby Atmos

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Sony has revealed its first wireless neckband speaker with the support of Dolby atmos. The company said SRS-NS7 offered “deep home theater experience” without the need for surround sound speaker system or having headphones clamped in your head.

For the full Dolby Atmos effect, you need a TV Sony Bravia XR and a wireless transmitter that is included. Once the adapter is connected and paired with the neckband above Bluetooth, you can use the 360 ​​Sound Sound Sound application to take photos of your ears. This application will estimate your ear shape and optimize the settings of the Dolby Atmos virtual speaker for you.

The company said the transmitter would also minimize the audio lag to imitate audio and images. You can buy WLLA-NS7 wireless transmitters separately and use it with some Sony headphones for the same effect.

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Along by watching their TV with Neckband, users can connect it to other devices. Pair SRS-NS7 with a smartphone and you can listen to 360 audio reality from supported music streaming services such as Deezer and ups and downs. Customers can connect devices with a PC or tablet too.

Sony records the SRS-NS7 designed flexibly includes multipoint connections, which means it can link to two devices simultaneously. So if you listen to music from your computer and incoming calls on your mobile, you can answer by pressing the button and using a default microphone. In addition, the SRS-NS7 has an IPX4 rating, which means it is resistant-splash.

The battery life, you will get up to 12 hours used from one charge, Sony said, and up to five hours playback on maximum volume. You will get up to one hour of use after 10 minutes of charging.

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Neckband SRS-NS7 costs $300 and TV transmitter is $60. Pre-order opens now and the device will be sent on October 27.

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