Nov 22, 2019Read More
When reviewing this product from Yamaha YAS107 vs Bose Solo 5 rivalry I felt the next impressions. The YAS-107 includes some of the latest HDMI technology and gives you the flexibility to customize your entertainment room as you see fit. There is one HDMI 2.0a input with HDCP 2.2. This means that you can connect 4K UHD sources to the soundbar and then transfer this signal to your TV to take advantage of the high dynamic range (HDR-10, but not Dolby Vision) and the BT.2020 advanced color gamut in 4K UltraHD Blu- ray and 4K UHD. Its output power is 120W. There are 2.0 built-in channels.
I compared Bose Solo 5 vs Yamaha YAS107. What impressed me the most is Solo’s TrueSpace technology, at any point in the room you will get surround sound, Bose doesn’t say how much volume will be “busy”, but you can count on it somewhere around twenty meters. Videostage technology converts any input signal into a five-channel, and this, of course, also affects the quality. As they say, here's a simple, “basic” soundbar. There are 2.0 built-in channels. To add, this playbar has the power output of 100W.