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Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer


Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer

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Easily add theater-like, high definition1 sound to any room. Plus, connect and stream music from your favorite mobile device with just one touch2. And with the HDMI inputs, you can add up to three high-definition devices in a snap. It’s never been so easy to sound so good.
HT-CT660
Technology
2.1 Channel: 330 Watt Sound Bar

Bring your TV experience to life with 330 watts of exceptional audio marked by rich, natural sound, incredible clarity and definition that will make any movie, game, or TV program come alive.

Wireless Subwoofer

Hear your sound instead of seeing it. The wireless sub-woofer delivers heart pounding bass without the clutter of cables.

Connect & Stream Music from Bluetooth Devices with just
One-Touch

The easiest and fastest way to start streaming music from your NFC enabled device to your home theater system. Utilizing Near Field Communication and Bluetooth, connect and wirelessly stream music from your smartphone or tablet by touching them together just once2. No NFC, no problem… you can still connect and stream music from your smartphone, tablet, or computer via Bluetooth.

Experience Movies as the Director Intended them to be

Experience movies as the directors intended them to sound like with Dolby TrueHD and dts-HD Master Audio modes that re-produce high definition, discrete sound for uncompromised quality.

S-Force PRO Front Surround 3D

Experience room filling cinematic simulated surround sound with Sony’s S-Force PRO Front Surround 3D technology. S-Force PRO Front Surround 3D synchronizes the sound to match the motion and depth of the image on screen, so you can enjoy a fully immersive simulated 3D surround experience without the bother of surround sound speakers3.

3x HDMI Inputs

Get superior high-definition picture and sound quality from up to three high-definition source devices (ex. Cable box, Blu-ray player, gaming console, etc), with just one cable5.

Additional features

IR Repeater Pass-thru
While glitzy product photos often show sound bars wall-mounted, most consumers place their sound bar on a TV stand, which can be problematic blocking the TV’s remote control sensor, forcing you to stand up and angle your remote to control your TV. With the Sound bar’s IR Repeater pass-thru, there’s no more standing up and trying to angle your TV remote just right to control the TV if your sound bar is in the way. The sound bar’s IR repeater allows other remote control commands to pass-through the front of the sound bar to the TV behind it, eliminating this problem. Therefore you can do less standing and more enjoying!

2-way, 4-driver mica reinforced speaker system for exceptional
sound clarity

Experience amazing highs and lows in incredible detail and clarity. The poly-mica composite speakers are ridged and durable, yet provide for a big sound and minimal distortion.

Easy-to-use, hassle free installation
Connect the sound bar to your HDTV with just one cable that’s included. Simply place it on a table top, or mount the sound bar on any wall without the need for separate mounting brackets.

Hexagonal design for the optimal listening experience
Allows you to easily and conveniently position the sound bar for the optimal listening experience.

Bluetooth stand-by mode
When a Bluetooth-enabled mobile device attempts to connect with the Sound bar, the Sound bar will automatically turn-on and start to stream music from your mobile device without any additional steps or having to turn on additional components.

1. Requires HDMI cables; sold separately.

2. Requires NFC-enabled and Bluetooth enabled device and downloadable NFC app. Check device’s user manual for compatibility.

3. Requires 3D content, 1080p 3D HDTV, 3D glasses, 3D emitter, and HDMI cable (at least 10.2 Gbps).

4. Syncs with BRAVIA Sync or Theater Sync Products.

5. Requires HDMI cable and LPCM capable source device.

6. Not all USB devices are supported. Please check Owner’s Manual for compatibility.

  • 46″ 330W 2.1ch High Definition Sound bar w/wireless subwoofer
  • HDMI inputs x 3, analog audio, & digital optical inputs
  • Wirelessly stream music from Bluetooth devices w/just one-touch
  • Experience HD sound1 with Dolby TrueHD & dts-HD Master Audio
  • S-Force PRO Front Surround 3D virtual surround sound

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Question by Humberto J: How do i connect my 360 to my laptop?
I have live, and i have the wireless set-up, and the HDMI, I just want to play it on my laptop screen. ASAP

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Answer by Tony
you can’t- even though your laptop has an HDMI port, it is only for pushing video OUT, it can’t take a video picture in.

all laptops are set up in this way

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What customers say about Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer?

  1. 117 of 120 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good alternative to complicated home theater setups, July 16, 2013
    By 
    Ed (San Francisco Bay Area) –
    (TOP 100 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer (Electronics)
    Customer review from the Amazon Vine Program (What’s this?)
    There was a time when the only way I’d watch a movie at home was through a 5.1 surround setup, complete with receiver, digital audio cables, subwoofer, and of course, five speakers. Watching movies and playing Playstation games were immensely satisfying. However, I grew tired of the complicated setup, wires and just the sheer amount of equipment required to make everything work right and sound great. I gave it all up for convenience, but will admit that I do miss the great sound in movies — TV speakers are just terrible.

    I’d been contemplating getting a soundbar to enhance my home theater experience and was fortunate enough to give the Sony HT-CT660 a try. In the last two weeks, the HT-CT660 has had a huge impact in how much I enjoy watching videos and listening to music in my living room.

    PROS
    – Good sound
    – Three HDMI inputs
    – Wireless subwoofer
    – NFC and Bluetooth
    – Customizable sound

    CONS
    – Subwoofer level is too high by default
    – No wall-mounting hardware included

    SOUND QUALITY
    The sound quality of the HT-CT660 is good for a soundbar, but I had to fiddle with the tone levels a bit to get it just right. Out of the box, the subwoofer level was way too high. I turned it down and increased the treble slightly to clean up some of the higher frequencies. I tuned it for listening to music in stereo, which translated well for movies and TV, in my opinion. The virtual surround presets worked fairly well when watching TV or movies, but had the opposite effect on music. Music sounded best in stereo mode. The 330 watt system can definitely fill a small to medium-sized room without a sweat. It’d probably fine in larger rooms as well, as long as you weren’t expecting a completely immersive experience in such a room.

    SETUP
    Setting up the HT-CT660 was a breeze. It has three HDMI inputs, one analog input, one optical input and one HDMI out. The optical audio cable was included in the box and is what I used to connect my three year old Samsung HDTV to it. The soundbar has two mounting holes in the back for wall mounting, but for some reason, Sony doesn’t include the screws. However, they do provide the specifications for the screw size and the exact depth and width that the screws should be positioned. The HT-CT660 would obviously be easier to place on a TV stand, but if you’ve wall-mounted your TV, you’ll probably want to do the same with the soundbar.

    DISPLAY & FEATURES
    The front panel displays your input source (TV, HDMI1, 2, 3, analog, and BT AU) and displays advanced settings when you want to customize it. Just above the display is the NFC chip, which you can use to easily pair your smartphone to the HT-CT660. I paired an Android smartphone to it with ease and the Bluetooth audio came through clearly. The Bluetooth feature is actually one of the best aspects of the soundbar, IMO. Without having to pay for an extra BT speaker, you can just use the soundbar that’s already in your living room to play music from your portable music player, smartphone, or tablet. It’s an awesome convenience.

    CONCLUSION
    I love good sound quality, but these days, I prefer convenience, ease of use, and less clutter. Unfortunately, relying on TV speakers means you sacrifice a lot of sound quality and power. Soundbars like the Sony HT-CT660 are a good compromise between using sub-par TV speakers and a full-blown surround system. The HT-CT660 is a two-piece system that sounds good, doesn’t take up a great deal of room, and has modern features (NFC and Bluetooth).

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  2. 98 of 111 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Many great features, one “killer” flaw, June 30, 2013
    By 
    S. Vozzo
    (REAL NAME)
      

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    This review is from: Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer (Electronics)
    Bought this because the HT-CT260 got rave reviews (see CNET and PC Mag) and I liked that one in the stores. This model is an upgrade/newer version of it and larger so it fits a 46″ TV. Be warned that it may block your tv’s remote sensor and, while it offers IR pass through, it will only do that if your TV’s sensor is towards the middle of your set. I just moved my bar a few inches over. Can mount on the wall if you want but you would need 90 degree cable adapters if using HDMI. Very easy to set up, sound is very solid with multiple fields to choose from 8). Strangely, the remote only has buttons for six of them but you can also switch up/down the field menu with the remote to access the rest (remote is probably designed for the 260 – why, Sony?) Sounds best at loud volume, variable results at lower volumes, stereo and sound separation is also variable but generally pretty good considering this is not true surround. Has onboard EQ which helped because, at default, the bar lacks treble responsiveness. I like how you can adjust vocals to be louder or softer and this bar responds very well to that. I do wish that you could create separate EQ settings for each sound field as each one has its peculiarities that could use some minor tweaking. My favorite feature is the bluetooth and how easy it is to play anything off your smartphone – and it seems to have a good distance range. This bar has both HDMI (3) inputs and an optical input. I tried comparing the two and did not notice any tangible difference, though consumer forums tend to suggest using the HDMI for better sound (not sure why, the sound bar has its own processing). You can form your own opinions about this but at least this bar offers options to have it your way. Price is good for what it does. I wouldn’t say the sound fills the room but it does add significant depth to the experience.

    Now the negatives. While it sounds very good, don’t expect it to equate to a 5.1 surround system, which you can get for the same price at entry-level quality. This is of good quality but not an audiophile’s dream. This unit was working great for 3 weeks and then suddenly started to not turn on unless unplugged for a considerable amount of time – was not overheating or suffering from humidity. Sony tech support not only could not figure it out but misquoted the warranty saying I might have to pay for labor to repair it (warranty is for parts and labor for 1 year, replacement with new or refurbished parts/model at their discretion). Turned out, I believe, to be a fault with the auto system standby/power down feature so I disabled it and it seems to work ok for now. This left a bad taste in my mouth and, after some reading, found my bar is not the only one to suffer problems so soon.

    While this isn’t my favorite purchase, I will at least say it is probably the better sound bar out there for the price. I hope yours doesn’t die like mine did – and I hope it won’t need repairs. I tend to find Sony to make very good products technically but mixed in reliability and higher-priced than other brands in general. For the same price, I could have obtained a surround system with a receiver but that wasn’t what I wanted due to the clutter and wires involved. Keeping it unless it dies again.

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  3. 33 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Room Filling Sound, June 28, 2013
    By 
    Bill Stockstill “”Bill”” (Marietta, GA United States) –
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    This review is from: Sony HT-CT660 46-Inch Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer (Electronics)
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    As noted, this 2.1 sound bar isn’t hard to set up. After doing so, I spent some time going through all the different features and played around with it and my Panasonic GT50 series TV. First off the sound is full and rich but I don’t really get any kind of a surround effect. I got more of one with the built in sound bar and add on subwoofer combo with my Mitsubishi LCD TV with Unisen sound bar. But it is a richer, more robust sound than comes with my current TV. I have this sitting on the TV stand in front of my TV. It is in front of the TV and I freaked out a little when my TV’s remote wasn’t working as it is supposed to do with the pass through feature. Then I read that its turned off by default and once I activated it, it works fine. My TV remote also controls the sound bar volume. And since my Smart TV has Audio Return Capability (ARC), the apps on it pass through the sound bar via the HDMI cord connected to sound bar. If your TV doesn’t have that, there is a Tos Link which will do the same.

    Pros

    Better sound than your tv speakers
    IR pass through so you can sit it in front of your TV and still control it with its own remote
    Several preset movie sounds
    Ability to use your TV’s speakers instead
    Auto off if not used in 30 minutes or no signal pass through it
    Versatile in that you can stand it up two ways or wall mount it
    Seems well built
    Can connect to Bluetooth devices
    Wireless Subwoofer
    ARC (Audio Return Channel Capability)
    For table mounting you can face the speakers straight or facing slightly upward if your TV stand is close to the ground.

    Neutral

    Only 3 HDMI. I have 5 sounces and needed to buy a 3 Port HDMI Pigtail Switch with 55 cm HDMI Cable

    Cons

    Seems a little pricey
    Plastic subwoofer housing. I have an Onkyo Subwoofer that cost just over $100 with a wood housing
    No real surround effect, more of a fuller sound
    No way to custom set up the surround aspect of the sound like I had with the Mitsubishi (adjust volume and angle of virtual surround channels)
    Could never get the sound bar remote to control my TV. It only does a couple TV functions and lists only a half dozen or so brands, 1 code each and it really isn’t that important with the pass through ability.

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