The Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2 vs Sony HT-X9000F comparison proves that these soundbars have many common features. Based on our rating, Shockwafe Elite 7.2 has a total rating of 8 out of 10 versus 7 for HT-X9000F. The competitors' control buttons are different: power, source, demo, volume down, volume up and power, input, Bluetooth, volume down, volume up, respectively.
Both soundbars have active amplification type. A significant difference between the units in the number of channels, the Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2 has 7.2.4 versus 2.1 for the Sony HT-X9000F. The output power is different and equal to 800 (overall) W for the Shockwafe Elite 7.2 versus 300 (overall) W for the HT-X9000F. Competitors do not have a built-in subwoofer. Rivals have wireless connection to separate subwoofer. The Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2 got our rating of 9 out of 10, and the Sony HT-X9000F 7 for its audio features and specs. Spotify is available on each of the soundbars.
Both models do not have WI-FI support. Rivals from our review have Bluetooth support. The Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2 has 3/1 HDMI inputs/outputs versus 1/0 of the Sony HT-X9000F. The HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) feature supports both devices. Both soundbars have a USB connector. For connectivity, the Shockwafe Elite 7.2 received a rating of 8/10 versus 7/10, respectively.
Compared soundbars have no app control. None of the models under consideration have a built-in microphone. Soundbars do not have Multi-room support.
Both devices have support for Dolby Atmos multichannel audio format. The surround sound technology DTS:X is supported by devices under review. For multichannel surround Nakamichi Shockwafe Elite 7.2 got a rating of 10, and Sony HT-X9000F 9 out of 10.