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Sony HTCT260H Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer

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  • Length & Power Output: 39.8-inches 300 W (2.1 Channels; 85W x 2 + 130W) - Ideal for 40-Inch and larger TVs
  • Subwoofer: 130W - Wireless
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth and NFC
  • Wall Mountable: Yes; Remote Included: No
  • Inputs: 1 HDMI input and 1 output (TV) plus analog audio & digital optical inputs
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Product Specifications

Brand NameSony
Output Wattage130 watts
Color NameBLACK

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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 39.8 x 12.8 x 17.9 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00E3AKF1C
  • Item model number: HTCT260H
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (775 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,271 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2013

Product Description

Product Description

Bring incredible sound and heart pounding bass to your living room. This sound bar's wireless subwoofer makes setup a breeze while built-in Bluetooth delivers easy access to your music. With a Digital Optical cable (included) it easily connects to your HDTV, and its unique design delivers an optimal sound experience no matter where it's placed.

From the Manufacturer

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Bring incredible sound and heart pounding bass to your living room. Its wireless subwoofer makes setup a breeze while built-in Bluetooth delivers easy access to your music. With an HDMI cable (sold separately) or Digital Optical cable (included) it easily connects to your HDTV, and its unique design delivers an optimal sound experience no matter where it's placed.
CT260H




Technology



Amazing Sound Simplified

Bring your TV experience to life with exceptional audio marked by rich, natural sound with incredible clarity and definition in a compact, stylish design.

Fits almost anywhere

Hexagon design allows you to easily and conveniently position the sound bar for the optimal listening experience.

Powerful sound

Sony's Virtual Surround Sound technology delivers a powerful surround sound effect without the need to connect multiple speakers throughout the room.


Bluetooth Audio

Wirelessly stream and enjoy music from your smartphone, PC, tablet, music player, or other Bluetooth enabled devices.

Wireless Subwoofer

Delivers heart-pounding sound without having to run wires around your home.

Wall/tabletop mountable

Place on a tabletop or easily mount on the wall using its two integrated keyhole wall mounts—no need for separate brackets.



Additional Features


Dolby Digital Pro Logic II and dts Digital Surround

Experience theater-like sound in your home with Dolby Digital Pro Logic II and dts Digital Surround.

Easy-to-use, hassle free installation


Connect the soundbar to your HDTV with an HDMI cable (sold separately) or a Digital Optical cable (included), and then mount the soundbar on any wall using its two integrated keyhole wall mounts - no need for separate brackets.


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1. Measurements at 4ohms, 180-20kHz with a THD of 1%.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It sounds great and was easy to set up.
Jason B
I'm very happy with this product so far and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for great sound enhancement and a stylish look.
Joe
The bar comes with six preset sound modes, as well the ability to adjust the subwoofer level, bass, and treble.
Tim

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

546 of 564 people found the following review helpful By Genao on September 19, 2013
I have been following the Sony HT-CT260 for a while now but decided to wait for an upgrade as I wanted an HDMI input/output. Sony finally decided to do the change. This model is practically the same as the Sony HT-CT260 but with and HDMI input instead of a the outdated coaxial input. This sound bar has excellent sound quality, comes with a wireless subwoofer, has remote control infra red pass through, has an optical input and a 3.5mm analog input, has treble and bass controls along with several sound modes, has 3 different display modes (always on, on when you make any changes then display turns back off and always off), has a night mode for less impact sound, and best of all this sound bar is priced at a very reasonable $249 (at the time of this review). If you are looking for an excellent mid priced sound bar, do yourself a favor and check this one out first.
**Update 9-21-13**
I forgot to mention that this unit also has Bluetooth, so you can stream music from your phone which is a big plus. I tried this with my Blackberry Bold 9900 and with my Samsung Galaxy S4 and it worked flawlessly.
**Update 9-24-13**
I noticed the volume on the unit was dramatically low when compared to my Yamaha YAS-101 sound bar. If you experience the same thing, go into the sound settings and disable the "effect" feature as it somehow reduces the volume by a lot. With the "effect" feature on, I would have the volume at max (50) and it wouldn't seem be be very loud but once you disable the feature, which comes activated by default, everything seems to comes alive and the volume goes pretty high. Sony really did a good job with this unit. Compared to my Yamaha YAS-101 sound bar, this unit sounds much better but the Yamaha sounds louder.
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179 of 187 people found the following review helpful By WARRZONE on September 10, 2013
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I bought this model mainly because I wanted HDMI-CEC (a.k.a. Bravia Sync, SIMPLINK, Anynet+, etc.), and it works great. CEC turns the sound bar on and off with the TV, and it also lets you use the TV remote to control the volume. You get slightly better sound quality by feeding the source directly into the sound system with HDMI and then out to the TV instead of from the TV into the sound system. Many TVs downgrade the audio signal to stereo over digital coaxial audio out and optical audio out if the TV input is HDMI (has something to do with HDCP).

This sound bar supports ARC (Audio Return Channel). ARC lets you plug your TV cable, Roku stick (if you have MHL), Chromecast, or USB drive into your TV, and the sound can travel "backwards" through the HDMI cable to the sound bar. It also works with Smart TVs. For ARC, the audio input function on the sound bar is "TV", but it usually automatically switches, so you do not have to manually change the input.

Since the Sony spec sheet is unclear, here are all the ports for this sound bar:

Inputs:
1x HDMI
1x Optical
1x Stereo Mini (This is used to connect a media player like an iPod without Bluetooth using a 3.5 mm male to male cable. It is not an output, so connecting headphones will not work.)

Outputs:
1x HDMI

This model is mid-range so while the speakers definitely sound better than the built-in TV speakers, they can sound a little thin at times (I'm used to nice Polk bookshelf speakers). To put it another way, the treble can sound a little muddled at times due to the lack of tweeters. The subwoofer makes a huge difference though. 2x the price would get you only a slight improvement in sound quality. 5x the price would get you a big increase in sound quality.
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220 of 239 people found the following review helpful By M. Ha on October 24, 2013
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I recently purchased Bose Cinemate GSII for my living room but I returned it for Sony HT CT 260H
I used to own Onkyo HTIB system for my Hometheater, however, I realized how messy the cables are for 5.1 channels.
So, this time I went for 2.1 channels.
There were 4 options that I considered

1. Bose Cinemate GSII (MSRP 599.99)
2. Onkyo Envision (MSRP 499.99)
3. Pioneer Soundbar Andrew Jones Edition (MSRP 399.99)
4. Sony HT CT 260 (MSRP under 299.99)

Firstly, I purchased Bose Cinemate GS II at 640 dollars (including Tax)
I had it for 6 days however, I couldn't see any points that justify its high price range.
I agree bass is amazing! However, I couldn't hear any sound of piano, strings, high notes from Gemstone speakers
Low sounds were astonishing but.. THATS IT!
So I returned it after 6 days.

Then I tested Onkyo Envision. However, its just another Bose Cinemate GSII with lower price tag.
This one doesnt justify its price tag either.

The third one that I tested was Pioneer soundbar Andrew Jones Edition which was displayed at BestBuy.
I have to admit that the sound quality of soundbar itself is better than Sony HT CT 260.
Pioneer has more acoustic feeling and drums from its wood materials.
However, there were two problems with this model.
One is its well-known bluetooth problem and the other is Pioneers poor customer service. (+ high price range)
So I skipped it.

Finally I got Sony HT CT 260.
In a word, HAPPY!
I know if you go for either soundbar or 2.1 channel system, you are giving up surround sound and value/price benefits.
However, this model is quite inexpensive ($240) and sound is just good enough for a soundbar.
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