This is Sony 360 degree speaker
This is Sony 360 degree speaker

Sony has announced an expansion of its 360 Reality Audio product and service line, including adding new video streaming capabilities and content creation tools. Through these efforts, Sony continues to expand its 360 Reality Audio System offerings.

Sony's 360 ° Realistic Sound technology was launched in 2019 and it enables artists and developers to create music by attaching sound sources such as sounds and musical instruments to location information and placing them in a spherical space.

Powered by Sony's spatial sound technology, this revolutionary music experience excites people in music studios or live concert halls without leaving home.

Sony said: 360 Reality Audio is a powerful platform that provides listeners with an experience that respects the true intentions of the developer and brings artists and fans together.

She added: We are excited to improve our audio system and expand the 360 ​​Reality Audio platform from audio to video.

The company has partnered with major music companies and service providers to start streaming video content with 360 Reality Audio later this year.

Currently, listeners can hear nearly 4,000 360 songs by artists such as Alicia Keys, Lil Nas X, Megan Thee Stallion, Noah Cyrus and Zara Larsson, and Sony is adding new features to this innovative music format.

The company has announced plans to release new 360-degree speakers. Spatial sound technology can give the feeling of live music by placing different sounds in a virtual area around you.

She said her intention is to launch the speakers this spring and that the company's UK website now has full product pages for their upcoming SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 speakers.

The SRS-RA5000 includes three high-frequency tweeters, three side tweeters, and a low-frequency tweeter (certified for High-Resolution Audio), while the SRS-RA3000 includes high-end tweeters, non-magnetic tweeters, and full-range speaker units.

SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 can use built-in microphone and Sony room calibration algorithm.

The SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000 are equipped with a Sony Auto Sound feature that automatically adjusts the volume of each track for steady audio playback. Both support Alexa and Google Assistant.

The SRS-RA5000 is priced at £ 500 while the SRS-RA3000 is £ 280. It is expected to arrive in February 2021.

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