Are you all planning to hang them on the walls or use speaker stands?
I'll post once I've got it setup and had a play.You'll have to provide us with a review, by all accounts if you can set it up properly it'll be a lot of fun
Cheers mate , this thread at this time seems to have decended into the the realms of Sony fanboy , fantom , or Bot post chaos that usually gets me out of here.Sure. I’ll put a comparison up on here. The arc is ok but I always feel like something is missing. Some up firing rears would be a good start but I think I miss separation off the front speakers the most as I used to have a dedicated 5.1 setup in the past. Looking forward to trialling the A9 when I finally get it.
It's useful having a buyer. I'll have to find one for my Ambeo and sub if I decide to keep the A9s.Well the more positive reviews we get the better as I'm in no rush , this system would give greater flexibility in my room layout though .
And as a bonus , my nephew has said he will buy my Sonus set up if I pull the trigger on these .
Nice review , better separation than any sounbar out there but not as good as separates with an AVR .
Loose Change Review. Actually shows the menus and options.
I agree with him on the price front, thought Sonos we're expensive . His DIY skills leave little to be desired as does his speaker placement ( how many holes in the walls )
Not a great professional video but some interesting titbits and criticism.
Using chromecast - something I already do with the Sony HT-ST5000. I don't know about if you can group airplay speakers together but the HT-A9 has that too.Has anyone been able to ascertain if you can add extra speakers around the house for music in the same way as Sonos and some other speakers?
Would make it a whole lot easier to pull the wool over the wifes eyes that we need this.