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Concerning JBL Bar 5.1 vs Yamaha YAS-209 comparison, JBL has 5.1 channels, Yamaha - 2.0. Their output power is 510W (overall) and 100W respectively. The soundbar is equipped with three pairs of 6 x 5.7 cm bass midrange speakers and three 3.2 cm tweeters distributed across the three front channels (left, right and center). Each surround speaker has a rubber base that allows them to be placed on most surfaces. Each of them includes a pair of mid-range speakers and a soft dome-shaped tweeter, as well as amplification and, consequently, a battery. JBL Bar 5.1 has three HDMI 2.0 inputs with support for HDCP 2.2 (UHD Blu-ray) and 4K up to 60 frames per second.
The design of the kit is quite strict - everything is done in black, no decorative elements that attract attention. Accordingly, the YAS-209 can seamlessly and organically fit into almost any interior - for buyers of soundbars this is often one of the most important criteria for choosing. The rear panel of the YAS-209 has one HDMI input compatible with 4K and HDR, and an HDMI output with ARC support. There is also an optical input for TVs that do not support ARC, and an Ethernet connector for those who prefer to use a wired network connection than Wi-Fi. Well, there is also built-in Bluetooth.
The JBL Bar 5.1 is better soundbar in this comparison - check JBL Bar 5.1 price.