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Sharp’s affordable HT-SBW460 Dolby Atmos soundbar is now in stores

By Ng Chong Seng - on 5 Oct 2020, 12:10am

Sharp’s newest HT-SBW460 Atmos soundbar is now in stores

Sharp HT-SBW460 Atmos soundbar. (Image: Sharp.)

In addition to new 4K TVs, Sharp has revealed that its latest Dolby Atmos soundbar is now in stores too.

Design-wise, the Sharp HT-SBW460 soundbar measures 905 x 110 x 70mm, so it’ll pair well with any TV 42 inches and up. It’s also pretty light at 2.5kg and the box includes a pair of brackets to let you wall-mount it.

The HT-SBW460 has three HDMI ports, with two serving as inputs and one for ARC. You also get optical-in, audio-in and coaxial terminals, as well as a USB port. While there’s no onboard Wi-Fi, there’s Bluetooth (v4.2) for basic audio streaming. There’s no AirPlay 2.

Finally, bass is handled by a separate wireless subwoofer and the total output for the 3.1-channel system is rated at 220W. For what it’s worth, while this is being marketed as an Atmos soundbar, all the speakers seem to be front-firing units.

The new Sharp HT-SBW460 has a suggested retail price of S$1,499.

Source: Sharp.

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