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Sony’s new SRS-NS7 neckband speaker has Dolby Atmos support

Sony has announced a new neckband speaker that now supports Dolby Atmos.

“The SRS-NS7 transforms the way customers experience their favorite Dolby Atmos® movies thanks to Sony’s unique 360 Spatial Sound Personalizer,” said Tyler Ishida, Deputy President for Consumer Business Group, Sony Electronics Inc. “With powerful audio, long-lasting battery and an extremely comfortable design, this product is made for non-stop entertainment.”

The company says the SRS-NS7 is one of the first wireless neckband speakers to support Dolby Atmos. It does this by using Sony’s 360 Spatial Sound technology.

Sony SRS-NS7

Sound quality on the SRS-NS7 should be great thanks to the X-Balanced Speaker Unit that delivers crisp sound and minimal distortion and IPX4 rating.

Battery life on the SRS-NS7 is around 12 hours and charges via USB-C. There is also Bluetooth with multipoint connection support to use with your phone or laptop.

Sony SRS-NS7

In the box, is the WLA-NS7 wireless TV adapter. This device lets you experience 360 Spatial Sound using your Sony headphones, like the new SRS-NS7 or WH-1000XM4 and your Sony Bravia XR TV.

Sony SRS-NS7

The wireless TV adapter connects to your Sony Bravia TV using a digital optical audio connection and connects to your supported headphones via Bluetooth.

The Sony SRS-NS7 is launching later his month for $399 CAD ($299 USD) And WLA-NS7 wireless TV adapter comes bundled with the SRS-NS7 and also sold separately for $79.99 CAD ($59.99 USD).

Source: Sony

By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is a talented and versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more. He started TheCanadianTechie back in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”.

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