Best Soundbar for Sony X900H

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The Sony XBR-X900H is the flagship model in the company’s X Series of 4K HDR TVs, and it’s a great choice if you want to spend more than $2,000 on your TV.

It offers an impressive combination of picture quality that rivals those in much pricier models and features that make it easier to use than many other sets in its class.

The XBR-X900 series is also one of the first televisions from Sony to include Dolby Vision support. They can play back content encoded using the high dynamic range (HDR) format and Dolby Atmos surround sound audio.

To help you get the most out of this set, we put together our guide to the best soundbar for Sony X900H.

3 Best Soundbar for Sony X900H

1. Yamaha YSP-5600 MusicCast Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos/DTS:X

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Yamaha YSP-5600 MusicCast Sound Bar with Dolby Atmos/DTS:X
  • Works with Alexa for voice control (Alexa device sold separately)

The Yamaha YSP-5600 is the world’s first soundbar with 7.1.4 channel multi-dimensional sound technology. This feature allows you to enjoy rich, full-bodied surround sound even when watching movies or playing games.

This soundbar features four HDMI input terminals and supports a 4K Ultra HD pass-through. You can connect up to seven devices simultaneously via HDMI. And it includes built-in WiFi and Bluetooth® connectivity.

With the included MusicCast app, you can wirelessly stream music from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, PC, smart TV, game console, etc., directly to the soundbar.

You can also play music stored on USB storage devices such as memory sticks, SD cards, hard disks, and USB thumb drives.

And thanks to the built-in speakerphone function, you can use the soundbar as a hands-free speakerphone without having to buy separate speakers. In addition, this soundbar supports DSEE HX™ Pro, allowing you to enjoy high-quality digital audio reproduction.

2. Bose Smart Soundbar 900 Dolby Atmos with Alexa Built-In, Bluetooth connectivity – Black

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Bose Smart Soundbar 900 Dolby Atmos with Alexa Built-In, Bluetooth connectivity - Black
  • Bose Smart Soundbar 900 — It’s the most immersive Bose voice control soundbar. Two custom-engineered upfiring dipole speakers work with Bose technologies to make it feel as if sound is coming from every direction — even overhead

The Dolby Atmos soundbar is one of the most impressive home theater products I’ve seen recently. It’s so good you might want to consider getting one just because it looks cool.

I’m a big fan of simple designs. And while the Bose soundbar isn’t exactly simple, it doesn’t try to hide anything. Instead, it’s sleek and modern looking.

Setting up the Bose soundbar couldn’t be easier. Plugging it into my TV required nothing more than plugging the included cable.

I liked the Bose soundbar because it supports both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. This makes it easy to integrate with other devices throughout your house.

For example, if you’re watching a movie on your TV, you can ask Alexa what song is playing. Or say, “Hey, Google, play some music.” Either option works great.

3. Sony HT-A7000 7.1.2ch 500W Dolby Atmos Sound Bar Surround Sound Home Theater with DTS:X and 360 Spatial Sound Mapping, works with Alexa and Google Assistant

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Sony HT-A7000 7.1.2ch 500W Dolby Atmos Sound Bar Surround Sound Home Theater with DTS:X and 360 Spatial Sound Mapping, works with Alexa and Google Assistant
  • A wider sweet spot lets everyone have the best seat in the house. Fully enjoy the thrill of Dolby Atmos and DTS:X with Vertical Surround Engine, S-Force Pro Front Surround and 360 Spatial Sound Mapping

The Sony HT-A7000 is designed to deliver immersive home theater experiences. With a wide sweet spot that allows you to view images and videos from every direction, it delivers crystal-clear surround sound and true-to-life virtual reality.

You can connect it to multiple devices, including TVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and smart speakers like Amazon Echo and Google Home.

With Dolby Atmos and Dolby TrueHD support, the Sony HT-A7100 features powerful sound quality with deep bass and high treble frequencies.

Its unique design offers a compact form while delivering rich, natural sound. It supports 2.0 and 5.2 channel playback and includes Bluetooth connectivity for wireless music streaming.

Sound Field Optimizer automatically adjusts the speaker layout based on where you sit in the room. When paired with a compatible TV, it helps ensure that the sound field sounds great no matter how far away from the screen you are.

And because it uses a single HDMI input, there’s no need to worry about connecting cables to different sources.

To enhance your viewing experience, the Sony HT-A7000 features integrated WiFi and Bluetooth connections.

Connect to your smartphone or tablet wirelessly via Bluetooth to stream music, browse social media, check email, and control the volume. Or use the included remote app to control the device directly from your phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Does Sony soundbar work better with Sony TV?

    Sony soundbar will work fine with any TV, regardless if you have a Sony or a Panasonic TV or anything else. It’s a timeless brand; you won’t be disappointed if you choose Sony.

  2. Does the Sony X900H support 4k 120Hz?

    The Sony X900H can only support 4k @ 60Hz and can’t support 4k @ 120Hz while using Dolby Vision. If you want to use Dolby Vision, you will have to use a 4k @ 60Hz signal instead. You can use HDMI ports 2 and 3 for 4k @ 120Hz signal and HDMI port 1 for your Dolby Vision content.

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