Yamaha's latest sound bar is it's most ambitious effort yet loaded with dozens of the company's sound projection beam drivers, and touting support for Dolby Atmos surround sound, along with all the spoils of the new MusicCast multiroom audio system.
Yamaha MusicCast that incorporates all the features you'd expect from a Sonos-style multi-room-audio setup, and much more. The system rolls out with 20 pieces, including receivers, speakers, and sound bars.
If you're trying to free up space in your living room, it can be tough to fit a surround setup or even a sound bar. That's where Yamaha's new SRT-700 TV speaker base comes in, saving space without sacrificing big sound.
While Bluetooth speakers are generally stripped down in terms of funcionality, they don't have to be. Case in point: Yamaha's new SX-B141 & TSX-B235 audio systems which offer Bluetooth streaming, but also play CDs and have a built-in AM/FM radio.
Thanks to Dolby Atmos, Yamaha's flagship Aventage receiver has an exciting new feature to brag about. We dig into how to go about updating the receiver's firmware, and which settings to make for an Atmos system.
While it's easy to blow $1,000 on a new receiver without breaking a sweat, Yamaha's new RX-V379, which offers 4K passthrough, Bluetooth, and more, proves you don't have to go big to get a lot from your gear.
Yamaha's recently-introduced BD-A1040 Aventage Blu-ray player takes on Oppo with premium audio and video components and, presumably, the premium build quality its Aventage line is known for. We go hands on.
Yamaha's first entry into the sound bar genre offers a powerful collection of drivers, an ample selection of inputs, 136 watts of power, and Yamaha's proprietary Sound Projection technology for convincing virtual surround.
Check out our hands-on video with Yamaha's latest sound projector, the feature-packed YSP-2500, which bounces sound off your walls to create an immersive virtual surround sound effect, and looks pretty good doing it, too.