Nov 19, 2019
The low-profile design of the panel corresponds to the Sonos corporate identity; it is successfully designed in such a way that it can look relatively flat both when mounted on a wall and when instal...Read More
The first explicit advantage of Sonos in the Sonos Playbar vs Sony Z9F comparison is the fact that the Sonos Playbar features an unusually clear and precise sound, characteristic of acoustics with an aluminum case. It conveys both music and dialogs equally well. Given the available speakers, the bass can be called very impressive. With relatively small speakers, the Sonos Playbar is capable of delivering medium bass with amazing power. However, the low and ultra-low frequencies do not succeed - they are simply reset. This means that only the Playbar will not be able to convey the whole dynamics of an action-packed explosive film. Compared to traditional configurations, a system without low frequencies also lacks some heat. Its output power is 200W. There are 3.0 built-in channels.
First to mention in the Sony Z9F vs Sonos Playbar rivalry is that apart from the support for standard audio formats, the Sony Z9F includes various Dolby formats, up to Dolby Atmos, DTS to DTS: X formats. Its power is 400W and it features 3.1 built-in channels. The soundbar has built-in Chromecast features and online music streaming; There are various connection options, including Bluetooth and HDMI ARC.
The Sony HT-Z9F is better soundbar in this comparison. Check Sony HT-Z9F price