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Sony 3.1ch Dolby Atmos DTS:X Soundbar (HT-G700) $535 ($515 Latitude Pay) @ Kogan, $535 @ Amazon, $539 (Was $899) @ The Good Guys

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Great price. Cheaper than previous $599+ shipping deal
Enjoy :)

Feel free to pricematch at Sony $895, JB Hi-Fi $899, Bing Lee $895

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  • +3 votes

    Immersive AE upscales audio close to 7.1.2ch sound

    Hmm fake Atmos shouldn't wear the Atmos tag

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      Yeah it's hard enough getting content out of height channels in the first place. Usually only a couple moments in a movie that actually has a decent pop, sometimes not at all. Studio mixes don't put enough effort in to the sound mixing, so can't imagine how it would be with a low powered soundbar that's sitting below the TV.

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    I can confirm price match with Sony works, and get free delivery as well. Also probably better dealing directly with Sony in case there's any issues….

    I just brought this with the price match from Sony at $535 over a week ago (was too busy to list this Kogan deal) and am very happy with the soundbar. Definitely great for the price and better than the other options I looked at within my budget under $550.

  • +1 vote

    Op, you may want to mention Latitude Pay @ Kogan which makes it $20 cheaper.

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    Any reviews of this sound bar? Was looking at the 320W Sony Soundbar for $349 but willing to pay this if it's worth the extra.

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    How?

    Output Power 400W
    Power Consumption Soundbar: 45W | Subwoofer: 20W

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      Peak output power is meaningless.

      The 45W and 20W are the real RMS values, ignore the other.

  • -1 vote

    is this as good as Sonos Arc?

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      ..seriously???

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    How is this one compared with Samsung HW-Q950TXY which is also on sale?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/604967

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    how can a sound bar deliver surround sound. like just the physics of it is impossible. wtf is 'upscaling' stereo to 7.1.2?

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      Completely isn't impossible… Is it as good as having the dedicated speakers located appropriately? Probably not. Headphones have been doing surround sound with only two speakers for years and it is all the physics of bouncing soundwaves waves off the ceiling and walls.

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      Obviously it's mainly bullsh*t. There are a couple of occasions where the sound can reflect off walls to give you that type of surround sound but it might only happen once in a movie and depending on the room and walls, you might never hear it. Upfiring speakers need to be at an extremely high volume and higher up in the first place for the sound to carry on to the walls and reflect down on to you. So even if the soundbar has upfiring speakers it's generally not powerful enough and too low to the ground for it to do the job. Add in you have to be in the right type of room and its near impossible for it to work like they say it does

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    It's contender would be Samsung's HW-800t may be with similar price range when on Sale.
    Music streaming is supported only through Bluetooth on this one but Samsung is a wireless one.

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    I seriously doubt the Atmos capabilities of this bar. Having said that I am eyeing for the Sonos Arc to go under $1000, which I think will never happen.