An incredible offer from Sony to begin October. Get a Sony soundbar worth £250 completely FREE when you purchase any qualifying Sony 4K HDR TV at Chapmans!
Soundbars are generally long and thin and sit on your television stand in front of the TV. A soundbar is a convenient and non-intrusive way to greatly enhance the sound available from your TV.
The Sony HT-CT390 is a 2.1 channel Soundbar with bluetooth capability and comes absolutely FREE with selected Sony 4K HDR televisions. With 300 Watt total power output this is sure to do that! Drivers at each end of your sound bar deliver a clear mid and high range, while a wireless subwoofer fills in the rumbling lows. The S-Force virtual surround sound technology puts you right at the heart of the movies you love by emulating cinema style surround sound.
If you prefer something bigger though, you can forego this model and choose a 50% saving on several other soundbars instead. Ask in-store for more details, we’ll be glad to guide you through all the options.
You’ve maybe heard HDR being mentioned but not yet aware of what it means or what it does. It stands for High Dynamic Range, a confusing term for what is really a piece of magic. It is often used when referring to photography, you’ve maybe seen that option on your camera or smartphone. HDR or high dynamic range produces images which contain a greater range of colours. It can enhance light areas and deepen dark ones without washing out or fudging the colours in those areas.
HDR TVs offer this same magic, but for moving images! The difference it makes is astonishing and has to be seen with your own eyes to truly appreciate. Why not come and see our range of Sony 4K HDR TVs in store today. The technology is steadily becoming absorbed into the mainstream, with HDR content already available. Sony has been at the forefront of this evolution, combining the new 4K TV standard with HDR with staggering results.
If you’ve always wondered what the fuss is with 4K, it’s another of those things you really need to see for yourself. The difference it makes is staggering and 4K content is readily available.
You’ll sometimes hear 4K referred to as UltraHD. Like it’s predecessor, HD, it dramatically increases the image resolution – by a factor of 4. Whereas High Definition was roughly equivalent to 4 Standard Definition pictures, 4K UltraHD is roughly equivalent to 4 High Definition pictures – or an incredible 16 times Standard Definition.
Do you deserve it? Yes you do! We’ve only just had HD though, right? That was actually over 10 years ago now with BBC HD channel first airing way back in 2006, although they still don’t do local news in HD..