Has published its first With The support company says the SRS-NS7 provides “a immersive home theater experience” without the need for a sound speaker system around or by sticking headphones around your head.
For the full Dolby Atoms effect, you will need a And included wireless transmitters. After you connect the adapter and connect it to the neckband via Bluetooth, you can use the 360 Special Sound Personalizer app . The app will estimate the shape of your ears and optimize the Virtual Dolby Atmos speaker for you.
The company says the transmitter will reduce audio lag so that audio and images match properly. You can buy the WLA-NS7 wireless transmitter separately and use some Sony headphones for the same effect.
In addition to watching their TV with the neckband, users can connect it to other devices. Connect the SRS-NS7 to a smartphone and you can listen to 360 reality audio from supported music streaming services like Deezer and Tidal. Customers can link the device to a PC or tablet.
Sony notes that the flexibly designed SRS-NS7 includes multipoint connectivity, which means it can link up to two devices simultaneously. So if you are listening to music from your computer and a call comes to your phone, you can answer by pressing a button and use the built-in microphone. In addition, the SRS-NS7 has an IPX4 rating, which means it’s splash-proof.
For battery life, you can use up to 12 hours on a single charge, Sony says, and get up to five hours of playback at maximum volume. You can use one hour after 10 minutes of charging.
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