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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Wireless Surround Sound

I first hear a Yamaha Sound Projector in the Diamond Case Design showroom. I was watching a big screen and marveling at the surround sound. I looked high and low for the speakers and couldn’t find them. I asked and was told ALL the sound was coming from the sound projector. I expressed disbelief but was assured that it was true. I have wired surround sound but it is probably 15 years old. This wireless surround sound beats the bejabbers out of my wired speakers. The diagram shows how the sound projector “beams” the sounds to the appropriate place. I guarantee you will think there are speakers in those locations. It is truly amazing.

A complete review of Yamaha's new YSP-4100 and YSP-5100 Digital Sound Projectors can be found at the Diamond Case Design website. The guys at Diamond Case really know their stuff.

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