Yamaha’s new sound bar is small on space, but big on sound

Yamaha has announced the SR-C30A, a compact soundbar designed to provide users with immersive, cinematic audio in a small space.

Designed to meet a number of different use cases, Yamaha’s new sound bar accommodates unconventional placement options while embracing the company’s True Sound philosophy.

The new model is a redesigned follow-up to the company’s award-winning SR-C20A, which now features a compact wireless subwoofer for rich bass response, along with a pair of 4.2cm drivers. Combining a careful fusion of acoustic and electrical technologies, the SR-C30A has four sound modes to suit different listening, with Standard, Stereo, 3D Movie and Game.

Yamaha’s Adaptive Low Volume technology ensures audio fidelity remains high even at low volumes, adjusting frequencies to ensure equally balanced sounds.

The Japanese audio giant has also equipped its new compact soundbar with its Clear Voice technology, improving the clarity and sharpness of dialogue, even in environments where it’s normally lost under other sounds.

The SR-C30A is 30% narrower and 40% smaller overall than Yamaha’s full-size sound bars, measuring 60cm wide, 6.4cm high and 9.4cm deep. cm. The accompanying wireless subwoofer has also been designed to save space, with a width of 33.5 cm, a height of 16 cm and a depth of 36.4 cm, making it easy to install and place anywhere.

The Yamaha SR-C30A will be $399, with stock arriving in early October.

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