Yamaha YSP-2200 3D compatible Digital Sound Projector

Yamaha YSP-2200 3D compatible Digital Sound Projector

Yamaha introduced a new low profile 3D compatible 7.1-channel digital sound projector, featuring Yamaha’s proprietary YSP front surround sound technology for the ultimate home theater listening experience.

Yamaha YSP-2200 is only 3.5-inch tall and packs 16 speaker beam drivers each with its own digital amplifier, along with a 100 watt bass-reflex subwoofer. It offer a 7.1 surround sound without any extra speakers via Yamaha’s YSP technology, features 11 CINEMA DSP programs – three Movie, three Music programs and five additional Entertainment settings, including  gaming friendly programe and offers decoding of HD Audio signals like DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD.

Yamaha’s new sound-bar also include  3 in/1 out HDMI v.1.4a for transmitting 3D video signals, Music Enhancer function, which improves the sound of compressed sources such as MP3, UniVolume feature which maintains a consistent volume level between different channels, programmes, commercials and input sources, and is CEC compatible which means that when it is connected to a CEC-compatible TV, it will turn on and off simultaneously with the TV.

Yamaha YSP-2200 Digital Sound Projector

The Yamaha YSP-2200 comes with height-adjustable feet, also dock port and carries an MSRP of $999.95.

Related posts

Hercules Unveils the XPS Ultra Slim Speaker Line

Hercules, a specialist in IT devices and accessories expands its successful XPS branded multimedia speaker line with the new XPS 2.0 40 Slim and XPS 2.1 40 Slim Speakers. This modern system delivers sound clarity and style with a black lacquer finish. Among current speakers on the market, the...

Liqid and Kingston present the fastest SSD

Liqid and Kingston present the fastest SSD

During the on-going Flash Memory Summit event in the United States the companies Liqid and Kingston have presented the Liqid Powered U.2 solid-state drive, which the two companies claim is the fastest in the world. The new SSD sports a PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 interface with support for NVMe and a...

Elecom prepares BlueLED wireless mouse

The Japanese peripherals maker Elecom is now working on a new wireless mouse that will see the light of day first on the Japanese market. Like most recently released Elecom mice the new M-BL5DB features a BlueLED sensor that allows the peripheral to be operational on unusual surfaces unlike the...

Leave a comment