Nov 22, 2019Read More
Initial testing Yamaha ATS-1070R vs Bose Solo 5 has been impressive: the ATS-1070 sounds very good at all volume levels and gets louder than I need, the ARC control is convenient, and BT streaming works great. The remote looks simple and dated but is perfectly functional. For the price, I doubt you'll find anything that sounds as good, and most competing units at $100 or less don't include ARC.
When reviewing Bose Solo 5 vs Yamaha ATS-1070R I found out that to connect the Bose Solo 5 Sound system to the source, you can use the digital optical, coaxial connectors or the analog 3.5 mm AUX input. Near the audio connectors are the power supply interface and the USB service port. In addition to wired switching interfaces, the sound projector boasts a built-in Bluetooth module, with which you can provide fast wireless streaming of files from a smartphone, tablet or personal computer. The speakers located on the front panel are designed to form an assertive frontal sound wave with a three-dimensional scene. With a state-of-the-art reproduction scheme and high-quality amplifier, the BOSE sound projector delivers rich sound output with decent 100W of power. It is worth noting that the SOLO 5 Sound system model perfectly copes with playing TV audio content and music from mobile sources.