Sony HT-ST7

Home Theater Soundbar System

  • Model: HT-ST7
  • Sku: HTST7

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  • DTS HD/DolbyTruHD/Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital/DTS/Dolby Dual Mono/DTS 96/24
  • Media Streaming Capability
  • 3 HDMI Inputs / 1 HDMI Output
  • Coaxial Input
  • iPod Compatible Via Bluetooth
  • Wall Mountable
  • Wireless Subwoofer
SRP $1,499.99
Off SRP $201.99
Clearance Price $1,298.00
 

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Sony
Marvel in true 7.1 surround sound from 7 discrete amplifiers and 9 speakers in a single bar design that’s redefining what a Sound Bar can be with the Sony HT-ST7. Designed with the help of award-winning Hollywood sound engineers, this 450-watt system delivers full-range, Dolby TrueHD sound with the plug-and play simplicity of 3 HDMI inputs, plus Bluetooth audio for one-touch audio streaming from your Android or IOS mobile device. No other Sound Bar even comes close.
 

Documents

  'Owner's Manual'  

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Dimensions

Boxed
Height 24.625 in
Width 45.125 in
Weight 52 lbs
Depth 12.0 in

Package Contents

  • Owner's Manual
  • 2 Foot Stands
  • 1 Optical Cable (1.5 m)
  • Wireless Radiator / Receiver x 2 (EZW-RT50)
  • IR Blaster Shelf Board
  • Remote Control

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SonyHome Theater Soundbar System
 
3.3

(based on 22 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (9)

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    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

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1.0

We have had the Model ...

By jc4671

from 78255

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

We have had the Model SA-S17 for a little over a year now, and have always been extremely frustrated with the quality of the voice part in the unit. My wife and I find ourselves constantly reversing scenes on DVD & DVR movies because the voices are so muffled it's hard to understand what is being said. We continually re-adjusted the voice and picture levels on the remote to every imaginable combination with no satisfaction. While watch movies I get so frustrated, I feel like chunking the thing out the window. Lots of money paid for this worthless SONY product.

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1.0

We have had the Model ...

By jc4671

from 78255

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

We have had the Model SA-S17 for a little over a year now, and have always been extremely frustrated with the quality of the voice part in the unit. My wife and I find ourselves constantly reversing scenes on DVD & DVR movies because the voices are so muffled it's hard to understand what is being said. We continually re-adjusted the voice and picture levels on the remote to every imaginable combination with no satisfaction. While watch movies I get so frustrated, I feel like chunking the thing out the window. Lots of money paid for this worthless SONY product.

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1.0

auto standby mode by default

By jase298hkhk

from New York, NY, USA

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

every time the audio output stop for a pause or just no signal output, the sound bar turn itself off, to save energy that no one buys a thousand dollars sound bar would care about I guess. That's not a problem if the sound bar can turn itself back on when the audio is back on. Terrible idea, to set terrible idea in your product by default. I'm one of those people that won't buy any product that's annoying out of the box even there's a simple way of fixing it. Sony is a brand that I grew up with and going all down hill for the past 10 years.

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1.0

Worst Sound Bar

By GoodCustomerLostNY

from Roslyn Heights, NY 11577, USA

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

I have this sound bar hooked up to my XBR 65HX950. When turning the TV and sound bar on I get no picture and sound. Have to remove the HDMI cable from the TV or sound bar for a few minutes then plug it back in. Sometime it works on the first try and sometime it take multiple tries. Contracted Sony Support and they gave me the run around and still have not helped me. Had this unit since May of last year. Also have another XBR 65HX950 and XBR 65HX929, love the FALD. They are about to lose a customer to this crazy issue on a sound bar that cost $1300. I have only had Sony TV's in my home and am now thinking of going over to LG for their OLED TV since I need to get another one soon.

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1.0

Poor Wireless Subwoofer Connection

By DisappointedinAZ

from Lake Havasu City, AZ 86404, USA

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

I will cut and paste a review from your web site as this is exactly what I am experiencing on this system I purchased last week, despite reading this review first. Live and learn. This is very disappointing as otherwise I like it allot. “Poor Wireless Subwoofer Connection August 31, 2014 The wireless subwoofer losses its connection with the sound bar constantly. I tried everything to see if I could keep the subwoofer connected with the sound bar. Nothing worked. When the subwoofer is connected the sound is really nice.� I have tried changing RF CHANNEL to AUTO, 1, 2 & 3 and it makes no difference, the dropout rate is the same. I had the SW next to the bar, about 3 ft, and now across the room, about 14 ft with no obstructions to the bar and makes no difference. And, this happens on any type input; BT or HDMI ARC from my also new XBR-70X850B. The SW dropout is usually about a second but sometimes longer, up to several seconds. Sony- Please Help!!

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1.0

Product sucks

By Aaronwise

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

I purchased this and had it for less than 2 weeks when the sub woofer started making a popping sound then shutting off, so I exchanged for another on and had the sound bar for less than 24 hrs when it started making that same popping noise and the sub woofer turning off. The tv that it is connected is a Sony that I have owed for about 4 weeks. I wouldn't recommend this product to my worst enemy. It sucks!!!! If it were an option, I would give the product a rating of -5 stars.

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2.0

Surround effect is very weak

By RG18

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

The surround effect is very weak. Need to do more make an impact. Over priced.

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4.0

Decent sound

By gjlang

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

This definitely is an improvement over TV speakers. Certainly not surround or even stereo as all channels come from one box. You can hear stereo standing 2 feet from the box but not across the room. Speakers aren't angled to the sides so there is no wall bouncing of sound. Straight at you. Also, I can't believe there's no equalizer to customize. Instead, Sony seems to think all people's tastes fall into 4 sound modes. Football mode is useless. Of the other 3, one amps the highs, one amps the lows and one amps the midrange. I personally prefer amped highs and lows with mids turned down and I can't get that with this unit but again it does sound pretty good. Also, this bar doesn't have USB source inputs. I have 2 USB sources hooked to my TV so I left all sources hooked to my TV because I don't want to source the bar and TV. Thus one easy HDMI-ARC cable connection to the bar. One annoying thing is the volume control. This bar has 50 levels and my TV has 100. Since the bar takes over the volume control each tick equals 2 levels on my TV. I'm not used to changing 2 levels at a time. But all in all, very easy hook up (one cable#, very good sound #don't expect any channel separation), and excellent bass from the wireless sub woofer. Some people say this system is pricey for what you get. I'm not sure. I just know I'm pretty happy with it.

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1.0

Poor Wireless Subwoofer Connection

By GMcMenimen

from Niceville, FL

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

The wireless subwoofer losses its connection with the sound bar constantly. I tried everything to see if I could keep the subwoofer connected with the sound bar. Nothing worked. When the subwoofer is connected the sound is really nice. I would recommend waiting for the Bose sound bar with bluetooth coming in September.

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5.0

Perfect for the Family Room

By AustinAggie

from Liberty Hill, TX

Comments about Sony Home Theater Soundbar System:

Purchased this for our new house for the family room (the existing surround sound was just too much for the new family room). It definitely fills the room with sound, and while it isn't true "surround", you definitely get audio separation.

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