Wednesday 12 June 2024

Sony MEA unveils strong TV, audio line-up for 2024

DUBAI, April 27, 2024

Sony Middle East and Africa (MEA) has unveiled its  powerhouse lineup of new and innovative products across television and audio systems for 2024, setting the stage for immersive home entertainment experiences and boosting its market leadership. 
This year’s lineup will expand Sony MEA’s regional consumer base, catering to various age groups and consumer preferences.
The launch comes on the back of its tremendous growth up until Q3 FY2023, across key product categories. Globally forecasted consolidated sales and operating revenue of Sony Corporation for FY’23 is approximately 86.6 billion with an operating profit of $8.3 billion. 
Whereas specific to Consumer Electronic business (part of ET&S) forecasted sales and operating revenue is 17 billion and 1.2 billion respectively.
Unveiling its new range of Bravia TVs and audio devices, Sony MEA said the latest range of products reimagine the cinematic experience at home. 
The newly-announced TV models feature greatly improved picture quality with high brightness, colour volume, clear shadow details in dark scenes, and sound coming directly from the screen reflecting creators’ true intent, said senior officials at the launch. 
In addition, the latest BRAVIA home audio devices include an array of soundbars, a home theatre system, and a neckband speaker, which together offer multiple options to enjoy immersive cinematic sound and go perfectly with the new Bravia TVs, they stated.
In the premium audio segment, Sony has unveiled the ULT Power Sound series, which is built for music lovers who enjoy powerful, deep sound. 
The lineup features three wireless speakers - the ULT Tower 10, ULT Field 7 and ULT Field 1 - as well as wireless headphones ULT Wear, so that customers can experience elevated sound pressure and deep bass, said the officials. 
The series is aimed at young people, including Gen Z, who want to feel the powerful sound of being in the front row of an arena at parties with friends and family, at music events, and wherever they are, they added.
Jobin Joejoe, Managing Director of Sony Middle East and Africa, said the MEA region is one of the fastest growing markets for its large-screen TVs, particularly in the 75” and 85” screen segment, with the largest market share in the GCC. 
"We are thrilled to bring the latest premium entertainment experiences to our customers in the region to support the growing appetite for OTT platforms and inspire more people to invest in an elevated home entertainment experience," he noted. 
"We believe technology is a tool to add more value and opportunity for a richer and more emotional life, and therefore, we have made it easier for consumers to choose and combine the complete home entertainment package," he added.
Sony is actively involved in supporting content creators and nurturing their growth by developing regional mentorship programs, bringing industry experts, like-minded brands and creators under one roof through events such as the Sony Creators Convention, Alpha Festivals, Sony Cinema Line Event, and workshops in the region. 
In addition to the upcoming product launches, Sony Group has also become the founding partner of Esports World Cup to unite the global and esports gaming communities, broadening the appeal of gaming and esports and nurturing promising creators and talent in the region.


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