The headphones, speakers, or sound bars that can be used depends on the TV model and Bluetooth device. For TV models that can be connected to Bluetooth devices through Bluetooth, or Bluetooth devices that can be paired with those TVs, refer to the following:
Compatible model list
- The sound may skip when a HT-Z9F Soundbar is connected via Bluetooth to 2020 TV model with the Android 8.0 OS. To resolve the issue, update the TV to Android 9.0 OS. For details on how to perform the update, refer to this How to perform a software update article.
- There may be delays when a HT-X9000F Soundbar is connected via Bluetooth to a X85xxG Series (55/65/75/85) TV with the Android 8.0 OS. To resolve the issue, update the TV to Android 9.0 OS. For details on how to perform the update, refer to this How to perform a software update article.
- Only one Bluetooth audio device can be connected to the TV at a time. It is possible to connect Bluetooth devices other than the Bluetooth audio device at the same time.
- The codec used when transmitting the Bluetooth audio device is SBC (Sub-Band Coding) (LDAC, AAC, aptX, eSBC, etc. are not supported.)
- Depending on the TV app used, or Bluetooth audio device connected, some app operations performed from the Bluetooth audio device may not work. In such cases, use the TV remote control to operate the app.
- To make sure your TV software is up to date, please install the latest software update for your TV model from the Sony Support website.
IMPORTANT: In the event of issues, such as no sound coming out even when using applicable products, refer to the Troubleshooting for the Bluetooth connection with the audio device on Android TV FAQ.