Nov 22, 2019Read More
Compared Sonos Beam vs Yamaha YAS-107, Sonos Beam creates a richer sound. While watching movies, the voices of the heroes distinctly sounded from the LG E8 OLED TV, even though soundtracks were played and countless sounds of nature were heard. When listening to music, Sonos Beam also retains excellent clarity and a strong bass response, however, the speakers sound more cinematic than musically. Compared to the pair of speakers on the Sonos One stereo, Beam has a richer sound, probably due to mid-range drivers that add the illusion of deep bass. High and medium frequencies here seem somewhat deviated from the rest of the sound profile, they seem to float on top of the main melody. There are 3.0 built-in channels.
When looking at Yamaha YAS-107 vs Sonos Beam it is visible that the YAS-107 is equipped with two built-in subwoofers, as well as a unique bass reflex port and “Bass Extension” processing, providing exceptional low performance without the need for a separate subwoofer.. With DTS Virtual: X, the YAS-107 can virtualize breathtaking 3D surround sound. Ideal for use with any multi-channel content, including DTS and Dolby encoded audio tracks, creating more spacious, realistic sound for all your favorite TV shows, movies and games. Its output power is 120W. There are 2.0 built-in channels.