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Yamaha SR-C20A, SR-B20A Soundbars Launched In India: Price, Specs

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By Sagnik Dasgupta - 
19th Jun 2021
Yamaha SR-C20A, SR-B20A Soundbars Launched In India

Yamaha has launched their SR-C20A and SR-B20A soundbar models in India. While the Yamaha SR-C20A comes with a 100W sound output, the SR-B20A comes with a more powerful 120W sound output. Additionally, both the soundbars models come with an HDMI out port alongside TV ARC support. Also, these soundbars come with Bluetooth connectivity alongside four surround sound modes. Users can shift through these modes according to their preference.

Yamaha SR-C20A, SR-B20A Price In India

The Yamaha SR-C20A and SR-B20A prices in India has been set at Rs 20, 490. Both the soundbars come with the same price tag. However, the SR-C20A is priced at Rs. 18,190 currently on Amazon. On the other hand, the Yamaha SR-B20A comes with a price tag of Rs. 19,990 on Amazon.

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Specifications & Features

Coming to the specifications of the soundbars, both the Yamaha SR-C20A and SR-B20A come with 2.1 channel setup. The difference lies in the power of the speakers in the two soundbars. While the SR-C20A comes with two 20W speakers for the left and right channel along. Additionally, the speakers are paired with a 60W built-in subwoofer, offering a total of 100W sound output.

When it comes to the SR-B20A, it comes with two 30W left and right channel speakers. Additionally, it comes with the same 60W in-built subwoofer. However, the total sound output in this case goes up to 120W. On the connectivity front, both the soundbars come with an HDMI port alongside TV ARC support.

Additionally, the soundbars come with two Digital Optical In ports. However, neither of the two soundbars come with 4K pass support. The Yamaha SR-C20A features an Analogue Input port whereas, the SR-B20A does not. Furthermore, the SR-B20A comes with a subwoofer output port whereas, the SR-C20A does not come with it.

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When it comes to the sound quality, the Yamaha SR-C20A comes with Dolby Audio support. On the other hand, the SR-B20A comes with DTS Virtual: X audio support. The DTS Vitrual: X support allows the SR-B20A to deliver a 3D sound experience to its users. The surround modes in both the soundbars include Stereo, Movie, Standard, Game Surround and Yamaha’s Clear Voice. The Clear Voice feature allows the speakers to automatically increase the volume of human voices. This comes in very handy while watching movies which have a lot of dialogues going.

Furthermore, both the soundbars come with Bluetooth V5 alongside SBC and AAC codecs support. Additionally, both the models come with Dolby Digital audio format support. Besides, the soundbars come with Dolby Pro Logic II as well. There is also a physical remote for both the soundbars which allows users to control the devices with the Sound Bar Controller app. Lastly, both the soundbars come with mounting support as well.

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