Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers feature an algorithm to take your audio to another level

Use the Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers in any room of your home to bring your music to life. With a specific algorithm that automatically adjusts the quality and volume to suit the room size and music genre, they're ideal for all music enthusiasts. Keep reading to explore more.

Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers feature an algorithm to take your audio to another level
Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers design

At the CES 2019 event, Sony unveiled its 360 Reality Audio format, which has become widely available. Fast forward two years to the CES 2021 event, and Sony has launched two new speakers boasting this technology: SRS-RA5000 and SRS-RA3000. This new series means that the prestigious brand no longer relies on the likes of the Amazon Echo Studio stand to stream 360 RA tracks or headphones to fill this sound gap.

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The key updates for both of these speakers include a limited content library, licensing tech to other companies, and a fuller immersive sound.

Sony SRS-RA5000 speaker

Sony SRS-RA5000 speaker design

Fills a room with sound

One of the key requirements of a speaker is to flood a room with high-end audio. Fortunately, the Sony SRS-RA3000 unit is suitable for a variety of music genres, from slow jams to upbeat melodies. Best of all, these speakers direct the sound horizontally and vertically to layer every inch of the room with sound. Product ambient room-filling sound, you can become fully immersed in all types of audio.

Best of all, the Immersive Audio Enhancement algorithm transforms the sound to another level. This technology creates a stimulating listening experience, no matter what you’re listening to. In fact, the speakers will also adjust the volume automatically to suit the room capacity. And the Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers provide ample customization via the Music Center app. Overall, the Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers provide ample customization via the Music Center app. Using this software, you can control music and playlists along with adjusting settings such as the EQ and more. Using this software, you can control music and playlists along with adjusting settings such as the EQ and more.

Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers

Sony SRS-RA5000 reality audio speaker top view

Control via voice assistant

In this digital age, a voice assistant can make your life that little bit easier. Sony offers Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, so you can connect the Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers wirelessly, enhancing your streaming sessions. Alternatively, easily connect the speakers to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Spotify Connect, or Google Cast for easy use.

Easier capability for artists

The Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers will be a fun buy for content creators who produce music in the 360 RA format. Currently, the only way to hear 360 RA music is through Amazon Music HD, Deezer, or Tidal HiFi. And these music platforms have a limited capacity of around 4,000 tracks. However, Sony and Virtual Sonics have teamed up to develop a new plug-in software: the 360 Reality Audio Creative Suite. This suite is compatible with digital audio workstations, and it’ll make the 360 RA workflow easier to manage for content creators, providing a whole new world. The suite will be released later in January 2021.

Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers

Sony SRS-RA3000 reality audio speaker on a wood desk

Overall, the Sony 360 Reality Audio Speakers are easy to use, produce high-quality audio, and offer plenty of customization. And their cloth exterior provides a humidity-resistant design that makes the speaker great for any room in your home, including the bathroom. The Sony SRS-RA5000 speaker will cost $674.67, and the SRS-RA3000 speaker will cost $377.81.

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