Yamaha has replenished the catalog with the Yamaha YAS-109 soundbar. The model is characterized by a relatively low price and, as the manufacturer claims, high-quality sound. The basic technical Yamaha YAS-109 specs (more on that below) may well please inexperienced users with excesses, however, the new products also have another trump card - Amazon Alexa's built-in voice assistant. See more info in this Yamaha YAS-109 review.
For the formation of surround sound in the soundbar provides DTS Virtual: X technology. With its help, the soundtrack of films becomes fascinating and dynamic, with a wide distribution of images in all directions. There is Dolby Digital Decoder. Total power: 120 W (30 W x 2 60 W built-in subwoofer). For additional sound processing in the Yamaha YAS-109, you can use the DSP, which has several modes of operation. With Clear Voice technology, you can get the most articulated and natural dialogue transmission. Yamaha YAS-109 will be a good alternative to component home theater in small living rooms, where the placement of a large number of speakers is not desirable.
The soundbar Yamaha YAS-109, after installation under the TV, will take away 890 x 53 x 131 mm of space for itself and require 220 V operating voltage. At the same time, for all this, it will thank the user with 120 W of sound coming from two 5.5 cm front speakers, a pair of 2.5 cm tweeters and a duet of 7.5 cm low-frequency emitters.
The soundbar has a universal set of connections, which includes an HDMI input and output, as well as optical and analog inputs. In addition, the Yamaha YAS-109 provides Bluetooth with the ability to connect up to two mobile devices at the same time. HDMI switching provides the ability to transmit 4K video with HDR10 and HLG.
Getting ready for use is extremely simple: a single cable is connected to the TV, and Bluetooth support means that you can wirelessly stream your favorite music from your mobile gadgets and devices from the Amazon Alexa family.