Nov 29, 2019
The Sony HT-X9000F soundbar design is tuned to the same design as the Sony XF90 series, which immediately makes the TV and soundbar a great combination. In general, this is a bold step - to make a pan...Read More
With an active virtual environment, the sound is more spectacular, expressive and juicy, but the construction of the scene is far from reality, and most importantly, the sound lacks “support”, it does not seem dense enough - this is due to phase manipulations that are inevitable when creating a virtual volume. If you switch to stereo mode (for this there is a separate button on the remote control), the sound becomes more realistic, but the width of the panorama is reduced and is no longer outside the soundbar. Regarding Yamaha YAS-207 vs Sony HT-X9000F comparison, let’s have a look at built-in channels quantity and output power, which are 2.1 and 2x100W respectively.
Comparing Sony HT-X9000F vs Yamaha YAS-207 I found out that the Sony HT-X9000F is a 2.1-channel soundbar with support for Dolby Atmos/DTS: X and Vertical Surround Engine technology that blends perfectly with BRAVIA TVs not only in quality but also in design. With the Sony HT-X9000 Vertical Surround Engine, the latest surround sound technology, you can enjoy the thrill of the latest audio formats in movie theaters such as Dolby Atmos and DTS: X in one slim package. No matter what room you are in, the three front speakers reproduce “vertical”, creating a virtual surround sound that seems to come from you.
The Sony HT-X9000F is better soundbar in this comparison. Check Sony HT-X9000F price