In order to update their soundbar range, Sony have today unveiled their latest device to hit the market, dubbed the HT-ST7, the new soundbar is aimed primarily at the high-end of the market, with an aluminum cladding as well as NFC enabled Bluetooth pairing, the amount of features defiantly warrant the higher price.

Inside the unit there’s nine drivers which are powered by seven independent amplifiers, these can be linked up to the included wireless subwoofer that packs dual bass drivers for room filling sound, that has been tweaked by the Academy award-winning Paul Ottoson.

With AptX and AAC support for wireless music streaming, the soundbar also features both DTS and Dolby Digital technology for simulated surround sound, as well as a built-in IR repeater, dimmable LCD screen, three HDMI and Toslink inputs and a single analog audio input.

All of which will set you back the RRP of $1,299 in the US.

Check out the images below for a closer look.

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