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Sony HT-A7000

Sony HT-A7000
alaScore 98

17 reviews

Jul, 2022

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews of Sony HT-A7000. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People are impressed by the connectivity and treble quality. The bass quality and sound also get good feedback, but there are some negative views about the price.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Sony HT-A7000 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 98/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Simon Cohen (digitaltrends.com)

Sony HT-A7000 review: A fully loaded soundbar experience

 

There's no shortage of capable home theater soundbars out there, but few models attempt -- let alone succeed -- at doing as much as Sony's HT-A7000.

“Great sound, ease of use, and a big list of features make it hard to beat.”

Aug, 2021

Expert review by : Chris Welch (theverge.com)

Sony HT-A7000 review: a next-gen Atmos soundbar that’s (almost) perfect for gaming

 

But there's one downside for Xbox Series X or S owners.

Fantastic sound as a standalone unit ; Two HDMI 2.1 passthrough inputs ; Wide support for codecs and third-party features

Doesn’t pass through VRR or ALLM ; Adding subwoofer and rear surrounds gets wildly more expensive ; No granular EQ adjustments

Sony’s new flagship soundbar, the HT-A7000, delivers phenomenal audio quality. It also has two HDMI 2.1 inputs that can pass through 4K gaming at 120Hz from an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5.

Aug, 2021

Expert review by : Adam Scartozzi (rtings.com)

Sony HT-A7000 Review

 

The Sony HT-A7000 is a premium 7.1.2 setup released in 2021. It's advertised to support S-Force Pro Front Surround and Vertical Surround Engine technologies for ...

Lots of wireless playback options. Good stereo soundstage. Room correction feature. Dialogue enhancement feature.

Doesn't get very loud. Lacks low-bass.

The Sony HT-A7000 soundbar is satisfactory for mixed usage. Thanks to its balanced, neutral sound profile, it's suitable for most types of audio content, and there's even a little extra punch in the bass. However, it struggles to reproduce the deep...

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : Victoria Song (gizmodo.com)

Sony's Dolby Atmos Soundbar Is the Best of the Best—for a Price

 

Sony's HT-A7000 is impressive as hell, but it's also more expensive than the competition.

Sounds amazing. One of the best Atmos soundbars with simulated height. Has all the bells and whistles. Extremely future-proof and buildable over time.

Nov, 2021

Expert review by : Audun Hage (lbtechreviews.com)

Review: Sony HT-A7000 | Excellent Atmos Sound Sony HT-A7000

 

Sony's new flagship soundbar, HT-A7000, is packed with features that will provide perfect surround sound. But it costs!

The Sony HT-A7000 projects a large, clear and distinct sound picture, with a convincing surround effect. Plus for user-friendly on-screen menu!

Subwoofer is optional, which makes the total investment costly.

With a suggested retail price of GBP 1,199, the Sony HT-A7000 is an expensive soundbar, but it definitely provides sound value for money: Here you get a large and convincing soundscape on both film and music. The surround sound is solid, and we are...

Oct, 2021

Expert review by : Kob Monney (trustedreviews.com)

Sony HT-A7000

 

Well-featured ; Excellent sonic performance ; Strong bass for a single bar ; Terrific music performance

Needs plenty of space ; Adding subwoofer and rear channels is expensive ; Standalone bar is pricey

A terrific performance across a range of sources, the Sony HT-A7000 is a sonic delight with movie and music

Dec, 2021

Expert review by : Simon Lucas (t3.com)

Sony HT-A7000 review: a Dolby Atmos soundbar that's both big and clever

 

The Sony HT-A7000 delivers huge sound (and even good bass) from a single box – and has future-proofed connectivity as a bonus

Punchy, expansive sound ; Real height and width to Atmos ; Extensive specification

Lacks complete HDMI 2.1 feature-set ; Oddly disjointed looks ; Not the easiest soundbar to accommodate

The Sony HT-7000 might be expensive, but it's serious impressive. The tall and impossibly wide Dolby Atmos audio with tight sound positioning is as good as we've heard from any system without rear speakers, and it even manages a good dose of bass. The...

Mar, 2022

Expert review by : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Sony HT-A7000 review

 

Powerful and muscular room-filling Dolby Atmos from a single soundbar

Robust low-end ; Excellent Atmos performance ; Feature-rich

No VRR or ALLM at launch ; EQ controls would be nice ; Slightly confused styling

A powerful, musical and immersive single soundbar that succeeds where many multi-speaker systems fail

Sep, 2021

Expert review by : John Archer (homecinemachoice.com)

Sony HT-A7000 Soundbar Review

 

If you're looking for high-performance home cinema and music sound from a single box, John Archer thinks the HT-A7000 could be just the job Some soundbars prioritise convenience and price, while others prioritise sound quality, features and...

Jan, 2022

Expert review by : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Sony HT-A7000 soundbar review: All-in-one immersion

 

Sony's all-in-one top-end soundbar solution for 2021 - with built-in woofers, as a 7.1.2 channel setup - has seriously immersive audio capability.

Extremely wide and high soundstage ; 7.1.2 channel output for successful immersive delivery ; 4K/HDR HDMI passthrough via HDMI eARC out ; Two HDMI inputs for multiple source direct connections

Immersive AE can lose its way with dynamic changes ; Built-in bass can be too 'thumpy' ; Reflective top ; No subwoofer included (but can add separate)

As an all-in-one solution, this soundbar is adept at delivering expansive and immersive sound quality from numerous sources. It'll put other standalone Dolby Atmos soundbars, such as the Sonos Arc, to task. But the Sony's Immersive AE and somewhat...

Nov, 2021
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