Nov 22, 2019
Beam is the home theater speaker system in the Sonos universe. Positioned as a compact soundbar, the model not only sounds good, but also bears the proud title of “smart” thanks to the int...Read More
There are 3.0 built-in channels. Sonos Beam, for the first time for soundbars, combines HDMI and voice control. HDMI supports CEC technology, which allows you to control the voice of compatible connected TVs - for example, turn them on and off. You can also use your TV to switch HDMI sources (with ARC support) - connect all available AV devices to the TV and their signal will be transmitted via HDMI to the soundbar. There is support for multi-channel audio Dolby Digital 5.1, but not DTS.
The 2.0-channel device has total power of 120W. 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. 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. Available on Yamaha YAS-109 and Dolby Digital Decoder.
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