Nov 22, 2019
Here in this Yamaha YAS-108 review we’ll see that inside, the Yamaha YAS-108 has everything you need to ensure that it takes on not only the audio playback functions, but also the switching cent...Read More
While testing two flagships Bose Solo 5 vs Yamaha YAS-108, I was pleased that a one-piece speaker system will add brightness to the sound of your TV. There is dialog improvement mode for speech highlighting. Built-in Bluetooth for wirelessly listening to music from your mobile devices. There is one cable for connecting to a TV and a universal remote control to control your TV, frequency balance, and other sources connected to the TV. There are 2.0 built-in channels. To add, this playbar has the power output of 100W.
But if we take Yamaha YAS-108 vs Bose Solo 5. Inside, the Yamaha YAS-108 has everything you need to ensure that it takes on not only the viewing sound features, but also the switching center for various sources of audio and video signals. In total, there are two digital inputs - HDMI and optical, there is also an analog input on a 3.5 mm mini-jack, outputs - HDMI and an analog output to a subwoofer. Support for all major signal formats and HDMI functions - present, including HDR10 and HLG, as well as ARC and CEC control protocols. Wireless capabilities here are presented by Bluetooth of the latest version 5.0, which is enough to connect a smartphone or tablet and stream music from them. The kit also includes a small and convenient remote control. There are 2.0 built-in channels.
The Yamaha YAS-108 is better soundbar in this comparison. Check Yamaha YAS-108 price