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Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar with Subwoofers Description

The Yamaha Audio SR-B20A Sound Bar is a sleek and powerful audio solution designed to bring a new level of sound quality to your home entertainment system. This soundbar, finished in a stylish black, is packed with features that cater to a wide range of audio needs, from television and movies to gaming and music streaming.

Immersive Sound Experience

One of the standout features of the Yamaha SR-B20A is its built-in subwoofers. These subwoofers deliver deep, punchy bass without the need for an external unit, ensuring an immersive audio experience. Additionally, the soundbar is equipped with DTS Virtual: X technology, which creates a virtual 3D surround sound experience, making you feel like you’re in the middle of the action.

Enhanced Dialogue Clarity

Understanding dialogue in movies and TV shows can sometimes be challenging, but with Yamaha’s Clear Voice technology, the SR-B20A enhances the clarity of spoken words, making dialogue more distinct and easier to follow.

Simple and Versatile Connectivity

Setting up the Yamaha SR-B20A is a breeze, thanks to its straightforward HDMI or optical connections. Furthermore, the soundbar supports Bluetooth streaming, allowing you to easily switch between two devices. Whether you’re connecting a gaming console, television, personal computer, tablet, or smartphone, this soundbar has you covered.

Design and Build

The Yamaha SR-B20A is constructed from durable plastic and comes in a sleek black color, measuring 7 inches in depth, 38 inches in width, and 5.2 inches in height. Despite its compact design, it weighs a solid 7.1 pounds, ensuring stability. The package includes a remote control for convenient operation.

Additional Features

While the Yamaha SR-B20A is not waterproof, it is packed with other notable features. It boasts a considerable maximum range of 10 meters for wireless communication via Bluetooth. The soundbar operates with a corded electric power source and includes 1 lithium metal battery, which is required and included in the package. The model is designed for adult use and is not discontinued by the manufacturer.

Specifications at a Glance

  • Model Name: SR-B20A
  • Material: Plastic
  • Speaker Type: Soundbar, Subwoofer
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions: 7″D x 38″W x 5.2″H
  • Weight: 7.1 pounds
  • Battery Life: 8 years
  • Maximum Range: 10 meters
  • Wireless Communication Technology: Bluetooth
  • Power Source: Corded Electric
  • Included Components: Remote control, 1 lithium metal battery
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam
  • Manufacturer: Yamaha
  • UPC: 027108959160
  • Date First Available: August 17, 2020

The Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar is a versatile and high-quality addition to any audio setup, providing deep bass, clear dialogue, and a rich surround sound experience. Whether you’re an avid gamer, a movie buff, or just looking to enhance your TV’s sound, this soundbar is an excellent choice.

Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar with Subwoofers Specification

Specification: Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar with Subwoofers

Material

Plastic

Model Name

SR-B20A

Speaker Type

Soundbar,Subwoofer

Special Feature

Subwoofer, bass_boost, waterproof

Compatible Devices

Gaming Console, Television, Personal Computer, Tablet, Smartphone

Controller Type

Corded Electric

Color

Black

Battery Life

8 years

Included Components

Remote control

Product Dimensions

7"D x 38"W x 5.2"H

Age Range Description

Adult

Item Weight

7.1 Pounds

Is Waterproof

FALSE

Maximum Range

10 Meters

Number of Items

1

Wireless Communication Technology

Bluetooth

Speaker Size

7 Centimeters

Power Source

Corded Electric

Number of Batteries

1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Subwoofer Connectivity Technology

Wireless

Connectivity Protocol

Bluetooth

Includes MP3 player

No

Number of USB 2 Ports

1

UPC

027108959160

Manufacturer

Yamaha

Department

Unisex-Adult

Country of Origin

Vietnam

Item model number

SR-B20ABL

Batteries

1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

August 17, 2020

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Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar with Subwoofers Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Yamaha SR-B20A Sound Bar with Subwoofers

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  1. Davis

    Love the surround and clarity. Connectivity is smooth. At loud sounds, 3D can get noisy but you just have to know which mode suits which kind of audio.

    Build feels strong, decent size and looks nice in the hall.

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  2. Randall W. Rasner

    Review of YAMAHA SR-B20A Sound Bar with Built-in Subwoofers and Bluetooth

    I researched a LOT before settling on this sound bar and even had to send a different brand back due to a problem right out of the box. I was looking for a sound bar with voice enhancement/clarifying capabilities. But, I wanted a subwoofer too, and not just a TV speaker with voice enhancement. I am in my 60s but have always suffered some hearing loss ever since serving in the military in the artillery. This is a real sound bar and has dual subwoofers built in. It DOES NOT work with older TVs (more below).

    Likes: It has Bluetooth capabilities. This came well packaged and was easy to hook up. The sound is pretty darned good for having built in subwoofers. The remote works well and is responsive. It will come on and go off with your TV. Voice enhancement was helpful, but not as much as I had hoped. It is a decent looking sound bar too. The controls on the sound bar work well should the remote fail for some reason. It produces all the sound I need and the different modes work nicely and are easily chosen via the remote buttons, which are well labeled.

    Dislikes: It does not enhance/clarify the voices as well as I had hoped. You can tell some difference, but I still use closed captioning when anyone else is present in the home, including when I have my fur grandson as I don’t want to hurt his ears. It DOES NOT work with older TVs, or at least it did not work with my Samsung that was almost 9 years old. It had HDMI and the digital optical output too. The sound bar did not work with both, or one of either plugged in. I ended up having to buy a new TV that had eARC HDMI available. At first, I had got hold of Yamaha customer service and explained what the issue was before I bought the new TV. Their customer service said it was a problem with the Samsung settings and I would have to contact Samsung. There were no settings in my older Samsung as they described so I hooked the sound bar up to a slightly newer VIZIO that my daughter’s room had in it and the sound bar worked. I was just tired of messing around at this point and bought a new LG TV with eARC.

    All in all, I am pleased with the purchase although not happy with their tech support or claims that it will work with most and even older TVs.

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  3. Vasu

    Good purchase. Great sound. Easy set up

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  4. Randall W. Rasner

    I bought this so I could hook up a Bluetooth splitter and I can listen through headphones while others can listen through the sound bar. So I wasn’t expecting a lot for the cost. It does the job. Sounds better than the TV but isn’t impressive by any means. I was hoping for a bit more but not complaining for the price. Yamaha makes great products and this is well made. Packaging was really good. Instructions were lacking a little but the unit is intuitive and simple to use. If you don’t want to have a separate sub woofer taking up more space this is a decent alternative.

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  5. N. Vollrath

    Using this for watching motorcycle races on my monitor and for playing computer games, plus occasional music. Out of the box everything worked perfectly, set-up is very easy including Bluetooth, and although I did scan the instructions the truth is it’s pretty obvious what buttons do what. Has a nice little remote control (battery included). I have mine connected to my computer via Bluetooth – just turn on the soundbar, go to your computer settings screen, select “bluetooth” and click on the Yamaha option. Easy as pie. Except that I’ve never made a pie and would probably find it quite difficult. So ignore my dearth of baking talent and let’s move on, shall we?

    Sound is good! Considering the size and price ($129 on sale) it’s excellent! The 3D sound feature actually works and I can say I’ve never noticed such features work ever before on anything else. Somehow it fools my ears to believe sound is coming from far off to the sides…I like it. My main desire for any sound system is bass, though, and I bought this specifically because folks said it had good bass. The sound, not the fish. To keep you in suspenders (ha!) one minute longer, the mids and highs are great – clear, clean, quality you’d expect from the tuning fork people – and it does not sound like the vast majority of Bluetooth speakers, even expensive name brands, which I find always sound muted and/or hollow. Even big name BT speakers always sound pretty poor, in my arrogant opinion. Not this one. This sounds like it’s a real soundbar and just happens to be operating over BT. On the same vein, even the bigger BT speakers that claim to be bass monsters leave me underwhelmed. Disappointed. Aggrieved. Other words that mean ‘let down because no boom-boom good’. So how about this here Yammy-haw? Surprisingly good! That’s correct! Initially I was mildly okay with it as I played Teach Me How to Dougie; that’s my go-to bass comparison song because (a) it has very deep bass, (b) I like the song, and (c) there is no C. It was never going to shake the walls but it provided a little vibration to the desktop on which the soundbar rested. Eh. Turned on and off the Bass Extend button a few times, feeling a bit disappointed once again but blaming myself for having hope to begin with. Then I looked at the remote and paused momentarily. There in rubberized glory is a volume button for subwoofer!?! I increased the sub. It helped. I did it more. It helped more. I pushed that button till I knew it could hold no more, and hallelujah the bass came alive!!! It’s still a small soundbar with small speakers, but it made me soooo happy to actually get the desk to jiggle and to feel just a little salving bass massaging my soul! It will never replace a really, really good sound system. I have Sonos surround for the big TV which makes the house shake, but for playing Call of Duty or StarCraft or watching MotoGP racing this is way better than merely adequate. It’s enjoyable! And the surround feature thing is kinda like icing on the cake, although who eats cake without icing anyway? Seriously. Even muffins and cupcakes get icing. Iiiiiiiiicing….

    Anyway, happy? YES! Long-winded? Also yes! Will you be happy with it? How would I know? But if you don’t require the windows to rattle while watching TV, or if you’re not in a financial place to buy a massive surround sound system, or if you just want decent noises for your computer games, this is definitely great sound for the price point. Best I have ever heard for the price, and I have a LOT of disappointing speakers cluttering up drawers and cupboards to base that from. I also ended that defense with a preposition. Dad would be so annoyed. He thought he taught me better.

    Quit reading this and go buy the soundbar already!

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  6. Derek Hilton

    I wanted immersive sound for my computer, but without a receiver and installing speakers around the room.
    Sounds is great, easy to setup, optical input connects directly to my computer (cable is included).
    Games and movies are much more immersive, music sounds amazing.
    Bluetooth with iPad works great and the app makes it easy to control the sound bar.
    I also have a powered subwoofer with analog input which works with this, most other options are wireless, but proprietary and I’d have to buy another subwoofer (more expensive than the sound bar itself.

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  7. Robert, Toronto

    The quality of this soundbar is awesome. The clarity at which songs are played is next level. I have connected it to my TV through optical cable provided. Have tested both Bluetooth and optical cable. Earlier lag was felt when speaker was connected to TV through Bluetooth. But Optical cable changed the game all together. Though loud I will not call this speaker loud when compared to the ones in the market. If you wanted clarity and great sound effects, this is the one. Would surely recommend this product. Please note that this has built in woofer and also has the ability to connect to external woofers. The 3d sound for movies setup makes movies immersive. The Clear Voice feature specifically helps me to hear songs as I like to hear vocals more. If you are going for any soundbar at 7k rame and wouldn’t mind stretching a little for this soundbar – surely take this. It’s way too far in quality than the 7k with soundbars.

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  8. Vasu

    Support 110v only. Why can’t Yamaha make it a dual voltage? Now a step down from 220v to 110v is required. In this day and age, electrical and electronic equipment should support 110v and 220v as products are going international.

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