Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar

Aug 16, 2016

Category: Tech

We talked about it in the office and we don’t think we know anyone who has been really happy with their stock television speakers. At best, people seem to just maybe not mind the mediocre sound that comes out of the speakers. At worst? Well, we’d probably best not repeat opinions verbatim. For those who are looking to upgrade their home theater setup and better experience everything the world of on-screen entertainment provides, there is the Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar.

What stands out the most about this sound bar is the fact that it doesn’t. It has a sleek look and fits easily onto your wall or sits discreetly on your furniture depending on how you want to set it up. Don’t let the lack of physical heft fool you. Like the Noah’s Ark of audio equipment, this thing features two subwoofers, two woofers, and two tweeters all arranged to give you the maximum quality of sound. To top it all off, this bar is easily compatible with HDMI, can support 4K signal pass through, and can be controlled via remote or Bluetooth device. Prices set at $200. [Purchase]

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