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Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar

Yamaha has just released its latest entry-level sound bar, and boy does it look good. The sleek Yamaha YAS-106 Sound Bar features an ultra slim design, two built-in subwoofers that deliver deep, rich bass, plus two tweeters, and two woofers spaced far apart for full stereo sound and virtual surround sound. There is also support for 4K and HD audio (via HDMI), and the option to use Dolby Audio or DTS Digital Surround. Its ultra slim design fits neatly in front of your TV, on a shelf or can be mounted to a wall. You can also use the YAS-106 as a Bluetooth speaker, and it also comes with its own remote and connected smartphone app. watch the video below

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