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Sony launches Dolby Atmos neckband speakers

Sony launches Dolby Atmos neckband speakers

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It is very difficult to tell if Sony SRS-NS7 is either genius or stupid. It is located around Amplifiers for the neck. Imagine some high-end headphones, just instead of having them over your ears, you could put them on your shoulders like they were some kind of necklace.

The idea of ​​the SRS-NS7 is to provide an immersive audio experience, but without disturbing long sessions. And does not isolate the environment what do you mean Bring headphones. The speakers are compatible with Dolby Atmos. The The bad news is that to enjoy this technology, it is necessary to pair the speakers with a Sony Bravia TV from the XR family To connect a specific transmitter that comes with the SRS-NS7.

For the rest, it is completely wireless and can be connected to mobile phones, tablets or computers without the need for this transmitter and that you share with 360 Reality Audio Spatial audio. On mobile, for example, there are apps like Deezer or Tidal that are compatible with this technology. to configure the sound andIt is necessary to download the configuration app and take a picture of our ear in a similar way to Creative’s Super X-Fi technology.

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The SRS-NS7 can be paired with more than one device so that we can, for example, listen to a message notification on the phone while watching a movie on TV. The battery lasts 12 hours on a single charge and is IPX-4 water resistant. In other words, it resists splashing. I don’t imagine a circumstance where we could spray our shoulders in the room, but there is data. The speakers will go on sale on October 27 at a price 300 dollars. The transmitter, if we need it, is sold separately and costs $60.[via[vía[عبر[víaEngadget]

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