Small Home Theatre Experience
Had this model since 2014 and still going strong with no electronic problem in my small rental apartment lounge. Because the lounge is small, the front and back small speakers are placed near the ceiling for greater sound differences with treble sounds coming from above head level, while strong bass is coming from subwoofer on the floor level, and while the centre speaker is placed at sofa armchair level. It can take a while to play around with the remote control about the technical features to find out the maximum surround sound volume for each speaker, and understanding the different sound outputs such as DTS or Dolby Digital coming from the Xbox One S game console when playing movie and TV show entertainment apps Netflix and Spotify music app, as well as playing a 2K/4K bluray movie from the Panasonic 4K player, and while watching a big screen 65 inch LG 4K TV. A surge board protector is needed to protect the equipment from power surges and has been protecting them ever since I bought the Yamaha 5 speaker mini system
Its a base model but worth the price...
Well I seen the price and had to have it... I got it home and couldn't open it any quicker! Once set up which took 2 hours I was ready. Well I thought I was, the installation guide led me on a wild goose chase, I ended up tangled in cords and still to this day have trouble working out the main functions, my son has worked it out and he is 7. I'm usually good with electronics but this just seems too backwards to understand how to go forward. Scene mode?? I don't get it!! Equaliser that has the option if you live in a cave, pretty handy I suppose. But turn the volume up and its something you should have in a cave, not the best volume, it does have good clarity but it doesn't go as loud as i like before it gets a little distorted... Good product for the price but next time I think I will stay away from Yamaha just from the confusing controls!!
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