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Costco - Yamaha ATS-1060 35" Soundbar with Dual Built-In Subwoofers(back in stock) - $120

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Costco has the Yamaha ATS-1060 soundbar $40 off starting 11/28 thru 12/24. The benefit of this soundbar is the built-in subwoofers vs. having to have external wired/wireless woofer. It was out of stock couple of days ago. I found this back in stock today.

http://www.costco.com/.product.100308390.html

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120 Total Watts
Built-in Dual Subwoofers
Bluetooth Wireless Streaming
1x HDMI Input
1x HDMI Output
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Anyone have this? Wondering how this compares to the other sound bar deals in 100-200 price range, like the JBl Sb300 and Polk Magnifi
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Anyone have this? Wondering how this compares to the other sound bar deals in 100-200 price range, like the JBl Sb300 and Polk Magnifi
if you add a powered subwoofer, it is much better than the jbl or polk magnifi. if you use the soundbar alone, bass won't be enough for many. Also, non-costco members pay an $8 surcharge on top of this price.
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Like it so far. I had Bose Sound Touch 300 sound, returned it because of many issues with bose. Happy with Yamaha and works as mentioned without any frills.
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if you add a powered subwoofer, it is much better than the jbl or polk magnifi. if you use the soundbar alone, bass won't be enough for many. Also, non-costco members pay an $8 surcharge on top of this price.
Thanks. I'm putting this in a bedroom and dont have much space for a sub, so this might work out.
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this could be had for about $15 less through google express + costco discount code

i got one just sent to me, i think it should work, so check your emails
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lol @ "built in subwoofers". what, 2 inch subs? some things come down to basic physics.
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Don't listen to the people saying an external sub is necessary; it is not. Have a 240w Samsung with external sub in the living room. It sounds nowhere near as 'crystal clear' as this Yamaha, and this thing puts out a TON of bass for bar with built-in woofers. We ordered a second and will be replacing the Samsung in the living room.

I'm currently using HDMI (ARC) feature and it's worked flawlessly from the start. The Samsung never worked properly; had to buy a universal remote to get it to work with my devices.
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lol @ "built in subwoofers". what, 2 inch subs? some things come down to basic physics.
Other things come down to basic electronics. Don't be one of the 'size matters' fools. The size of the cone matters less than the processor powering it.
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lol @ "built in subwoofers". what, 2 inch subs? some things come down to basic physics.
those built in subs sound great. it's more then enough bass to for most people. Didn't belive it myself till i listened to the demo in store.
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just an fyi for anyone on the fence, this ats-1060 unit decodes both dolby digital and dts and has hdmi. the older ats-1050 only decodes dolby digital and lacks the hdmi arc. check out the glowing cnet review below as well. note that the yas-106 and ats-1060 are the exact same, the ats being the wholesale club version.


https://www.cnet.com/products/yam...06/review/
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Too bad this doesn't have a digital coaxial input. Otherwise I'd go for it.
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Too bad this doesn't have a digital coaxial input. Otherwise I'd go for it.
It's nearly 2017 - HDMI rules all.
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Too bad this doesn't have a digital coaxial input. Otherwise I'd go for it.

what brand of tv/blu ray player doesn't have optical or hdmi? not sure why you would specifically need a digital coax input. if you're connecting more than 2 things to the soundbar, you should probably be using your tv as a hub/switcher.
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