Make your music wireless with a new technology from Sony

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Wireless audio is a revolutionary new way to enjoy your music, helping you outfit your entire home with state of the art speakers and controlling them all from a device like your smartphone.

And Sony is set to make a real mark on the market with a range of new products, including wireless speakers, sound bars, AV receivers and micro Hi-Fi’s. You need never be without your tunes again.

You’ll be able to connect to your phone with a single touch via NFC or use streaming services like Spotify and even access the music stored on your PC. And it’s all availably in the highest possible fidelity, showing the full range and nuance of each track without compression or loss of detail. And thanks to Sony’s DSEE HX technology even MP3’s are improved, with the tech dynamically upscaling each note to near high resolution levels.

Multi-room playback is a new innovation that’s fun and useful around the house and Sony’s SongPal app makes it easier than ever to access. You can choose different songs for each room or bring it all together for one massive song thoughout the house. And there’s enhanced functionality for Bluetooth connections, making them faster and more glitch free than ever before.

When it’s time to put together a wireless home audio system, Sony has everything you need. First up are their latest multi-room speakers, the sleek and minimalistic SR S-X99 and X88. Just tap your phone on them to connect via NFC and play instantly. These speakers work brilliantly alone or as part of a group, with the X99 delivering delicate highs and strong bass through its 2.1 system. And the X88 packs power and portability thanks to a rechargeable battery for 10 hours of music on the go.

A pair of new sound bars also compliment the collection, with the high powered ST9 providing 800W of total audio output in a 7.1 channel listening experience. You’ll feel enveloped by audio from your large screen TV, experiencing new clarity and discovering details you’ve never heard before. And the more slimline NT3 sounds as good as it looks, while also easily connecting to your smartphone and even transmitting to your Bluetooth headset.

And if its bass you want, the HT-XT3 will add real power to everything you’re doing – from big movies to gaming and music.

These new products will be available in May 2015. Head to the Harvey Norman website for all your tech and audio needs.

In Short: Wireless music is coming and with this new range from Sony its easier then ever to get on board with this audio revolution

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