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Yamaha YRS-700 Is A TV Stand That Costs £800

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Yamaha YRS-700 - A TV Stand That Costs £800

It’s a tough life having so much technology, tripping over wires and leads constantly. For those poor blighters out there with just too many TVs, sound systems, PCs, Blu-ray players, games consoles, phone chargers and a lava lamp or two, the good people over at Yamaha have designed one device which should help reduce some of that clutter.

Never mind that it retails at £800, the YRS-700 is a TV stand with an integrated 7.1 surround-sound, sound projector. No need for messy cables to speakers in every corner of the room, the YRS-700 will clear all that up for you even gives you somewhere to put your telly – which is nice.

Last week Yamaha released its latest one-box home cinema solution, the YSP-1, which is a slimline digital sound projector. And while you might think the quality of the sound may be compromised because of having to squeeze it into such a small space, Yahama claims otherwise. “The YRS-700 sounds phenomenal, delivering highly detailed, dynamic and punchy full 7.1 channel home theatre sound via a massive 250w digital amplifier,” a statement said. There is also a invisible sub-woofer hidden away in the device somewhere.

The YRS-700 is 3D compatible and employs Yamaha’s Air Surround XTREME technology which delivers a spacious multichannel experience. There are four surround-sound settings including movies, music, sport and games.

The Extended Stereo function delivers super-wide stereo imaging and in order to order to get the best from devices such as Blu-ray players the YRS-700 can decode Audio HD signals.

Vivid

November 17, 2010, 8:57 pm

Half the reason for buying a flatscreen TV was so I could put it on the wall and get 3 feet of my living room back. Space it looks like I'll need if I'm going to buy Kinect.





Why so many people buy a flatscreen and then stick it on an enormous stand that's deeper than a cathode ray tube is beyone me.

piesforyou

November 17, 2010, 10:00 pm

@Vivid


Probably so they can put other equipment like DVD/bluray players, sky boxes, recorders, media PCs, games consoles, DVD collections, magazines, photographs, plants, pet rocks etc on them.

AJ

November 18, 2010, 1:56 pm

My TV goes in the corner of the room. So something like this is ideal.





Not everyone can put their TV flat on a wall, and most people still need somewhere for all the peripheral devices that plug into it.

Retset

November 18, 2010, 4:08 pm

I would really like a review of this :)

vivster

November 18, 2010, 8:36 pm

Worth noting that a quick search online reveals it being sold at various places for ~£630 as opposed to £800.

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