Sony HT-RT3 Sound Bar type Home Theatre System

KSh 29,995

  • INPUT AND OUTPUT TERMINALS- Analog Audio In, Bluetooth Reception, USB-A
  • MAIN UNIT SIZE – BODY ONLY (W X H X D) 90 x 5.2 x 7 cm
  • SUB WOOFER SIZE (W X H X D)-19 x 39.2 x 31.5 cm
  • SUB-WOOFER TYPE-Active Sub-woofer
  • Dolby Digital, Dolby Dual Mono
  • Clear Audio+, GAME, Movie, Music, SPORTS, Standard SOUND EFFECT
  • Video Features BRAVIA SYNC
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You’ll view movies like never before with the Sony HT-RT3. The soundbar, subwoofer, and 2 rear speakers work together to create surround sound, guaranteeing wide audio dispersion for a more lifelike movie experience. Thanks to its 600-watt power output, the set produces a clear, powerful sound. You can use the optical cable to connect your DVD player or Blu-ray player. In addition to immersing yourself completely in a movie, you can also listen to music with the HT-RT3. Use Bluetooth to wirelessly stream music from your smartphone or tablet. You can set up a connection with just 1 touch thanks to NFC and, while you’re listening, you can charge your phone via the USB port.

Immerse yourself in every movie with 5.1 channels of real surround sound. Rear speakers and an external subwoofer work with a 3ch sound bar to deliver true cinematic surround sound, while the S-Master digital amp ensures the purest movie sound.

Get the best seat in the house with the real cinema sound of the HT-RT3. A sound bar, subwoofer and rear speakers create authentic surround sound, putting you right at the heart of all your favourite movies.

The HT-RT3 is almost ready to go straight out of the box. Just plug it in, wire up your speakers via colour-coded connections and enjoy 5.1 channels of real surround sound. All your cables run into the subwoofer, so you can keep things neat and tidy.

NFC and Bluetooth Stream all your favourite music through your sound bar, courtesy of Bluetooth. Get started instantly when you make a One-touch connection via NFC.

Connecting the Sony HT-RT3 soundbar to your TV
Use the included optical or HDMI cable to connect your soundbar to your television. Keep in mind that your TV needs an optical connector to use the soundbar. We recommend HDMI arc cable.