2.1ch TV Base Speaker with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth® technology
Experience every movie and playlist in room-filling sound with this TV base speaker. With powerful lows from an integrated subwoofer and the option to connect wirelessly to extra speakers and streaming services via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth®, you can enjoy great sound all around your house.
Give every song, movie and TV show the quality it deserves. The HT-XT2 has an integrated subwoofer for resounding bass, while 2-way speakers combine woofer and tweeter for full-frequency audio.
S-Force PRO Front Surround
Our virtual surround sound technology puts you right at the heart of the movies you love by emulating cinema style surround sound.
This compact base speaker can support TVs up to 140cm (55”). Its smooth, clear finish integrates seamlessly with your TV and the rest of your Home Cinema setup.
HDMI, USB and digital ports
Now you can enjoy high-quality audio for everything you listen to, thanks to HDMI ARC, USB, and digital connections.
Stream music throughout the house with SongPal Link
Listen to the same great song all around the house with multi-room listening, controlled via the SongPal app. Use SongPal Link to group selected Sony sound bars and speakers together, then stream music in multiple rooms.
Enjoy easy access to a wealth of music and more, thanks to Chromecast built-in (previously Google Cast™) and Spotify Connect.
Stream music, online radio and podcasts from your smartphone, tablet or laptop to your audio device. Just tap the Cast button.
Play Spotify through your audio device using the Spotify app as a remote.
Stream music, podcasts and radio from 100+ audio apps, including YouTube Music and more.
See it in action
Specifications & Features
- Power Output (Total)
- Amplifier Channels
- Input and Output Terminals
- Bluetooth Reception, Bluetooth Transmission, Ethernet, HDMI Video Output (1), USB
- MAIN UNIT SIZE – BODY ONLY (W X H X D)
- 72 x 8 x 32.5 cm
What's in the Box
colour label for carton box, Batteries, Customer Registration Card (monochrome), Quick Setup Guide