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Sony packs an IMAX experience into a portable audio system

Strap yourselves in and get ready for Sony’s next big thing coming soon to living rooms near you.

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Sony just pulled the wraps off the HT-AX7, a shiny new portable theatre system that’s all set to redefine your audio experience. It’s like having an IMAX theater stuffed into a carry-on suitcase.

Picture this: You’re lounging in your PJs, popcorn at hand, ready for movie night right in your living room. The lights go down; the opening credits start rolling, and BAM!

You’re hit by a sonic wave of sound that engulfs you from every angle. Suddenly, you’re not just watching ‘Inception‘; you are IN Inception.

This isn’t just any old speaker setup we’re talking about here; it’s an innovative beast equipped with some serious spatial sound technology chops.

HT-AX7 Portable Theater System with 360 Spatial Sound Mapping
$499.99

The HT-AX7 speaker system uses 360 Spatial Sound Mapping technology to create an immersive sound experience. The speaker system can be placed in the corners of a room to fill it with high-quality, room-filling sound.

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Whether it’s the heart-thumping action sequences or those tear-jerking dialogues, every single whisper and explosion is delivered with such precision that it feels like you’re right there in the middle of the scene.

What sets this speaker apart from its stay-at-home counterparts is its portability factor. No need to dedicate an entire room or spend hours untangling wires for installation.

This thing can be moved around as easily as your cat when it decides it wants attention…right now!

A compact Sony audio system that packs a punch

Sony portable speaker system
Image: Sony

The system comes loaded with compact speakers (as stylish as they are functional), which work together to create a 3D soundscape that’ll make even Hans Zimmer do a double-take.

It’s essentially like having John Williams conducting his orchestra live in your living room.

Sony has really outdone itself on this one – sleek design meets high-end tech features wrapped up in a package so compact it could give Silicon Valley itself an inferiority complex.

So whether you’re a cinephile who lives for Friday movie nights, a gamer looking to level up their playing experience, or someone who enjoys life’s finer things (like avoiding sticky cinema floors), Sony’s portable theatre system promises to deliver immersive audio experiences unlike anything else out there.

A person is using a tablet.

Remember, folks – we live in exciting times where our home entertainment boundaries are being shattered faster than Captain America’s shield under Thanos’ fist!

So strap yourselves in and get ready for Sony’s next big thing coming soon to living rooms near you. The HT-AX7 is priced at $499.99 and can be pre-ordered at Sony’s website.

HT-AX7 Portable Theater System with 360 Spatial Sound Mapping

$499.99

The HT-AX7 speaker system uses 360 Spatial Sound Mapping technology to create an immersive sound experience. The speaker system can be placed in the corners of a room to fill it with high-quality, room-filling sound.

Check Availability
KnowTechie is supported by its audience, so if you buy something through our links, we may get a small share of the sale.

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