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Sony 2.1 Channel Dolby Atmos Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer HTX9000F $475 (RRP $799) @ Harvey Norman

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With immersive audio playback and multiple connectivity options, the Sony 2.1 Channel Dolby Atmos Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer is a great choice for enjoying rich, cinematic sound quality at home. It even comes with a wireless subwoofer for producing deep, punchy bass.

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    Anyone recommend this model? I see the $199 model on sale as well but wonder if the atmos makes a huge difference

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      Atmos software is just a wider software made soundstage if you are into it. If I was going this cheap, I would get the most basic setup that tries to do it well.

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      Bass is weak, besides, it good

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        I have one and find the bass is ample. You can control the bass volume separately with the remote. My room shakes with the bass set to about 80%.

        Very good price. I bought mine for $600 about 5 months ago.

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    This vs YAS-108 in sound quality? I'm interested in this one because it decodes DTS:X & Atmos - I'm not interested in the virtual '7.1.2', but just being able to decode it & play it back would be great.

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    What’s the point of atmos with 2.1…

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      My LG c9 has Atmos and dolby audio built in, it's so stupid. Just makes it sound terrible.

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        It's not great for some media like music, but it works well to add depth to some files by adding more depth to the soundstage. To be fair I've only experienced atmos with headphones, and at the cinema. Not sure how effective it is with a 2.1 speaker setup.

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          Yea the problem with artificially widening the sound stage, is you loose ability of the speakers, so you will lose quality of dialogue, accuracy of basic stereo sound etc. Atmos I great when using physical speakers.

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    How does this compare to the older HT-XT3?

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    Might be a silly question but if my tv has Atmos decoding built in, would I need it in the soundbar too? Does the optical cable send the decoded signal?

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    Another 2.1 ‘Atmos’