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Posted 27 April 2023

Yamaha SR-C20A (White) Soundbar £79 (In Store Exclusive) @ Richer Sounds

£79£16953% off
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5 star review @ T3

Yamaha's SR-C20A has a can-do attitude, compact frame and truly impressive audio quality. Is anything missing?

”It’s genuinely an all-rounder.” ’Stuff’ – 5 Star review.

A sound improvement. Made compact
Today’s TVs look great but, unfortunately, often sound as flat as they look. Rediscover rich, immersive sound, with this white Yamaha soundbar. At just 60cm wide, the SR-C20A makes the ideal match for smaller TVs and tighter spaces.

Immersive sound
When it comes to home cinema, few, if any manufacturers have as much experience as Yamaha. Listen to the Virtual Surround Technology from this white soundbar and you’ll hear just how deserving Yamaha are of their class-leading reputation. For such a compact unit, the sound is dispersed around the room, creating an enveloping sensation.

Power to impress
Featuring a built-in subwoofer with dedicated 60 watt amplifier, the SR-C20A has the punch to make movies, gaming and TV an experience to savour. Four surround modes tailor the sound to the source – Stereo, Standard, Movie and Game – giving you the perfect sonic balance, every time.

Bluetooth for music streaming
Expanding this soundbar’s talents, the SR-C20A also features Bluetooth V5.0 connectivity. With more turntables now fitted with a Bluetooth output, this is a highly convenient way of listening to your records. Alternatively, simply pair your smartphone or tablet for instant music streaming.

Mount it on the wall
At just 6.4cm tall and finished in white, the SR-C20A makes a discreet soundbar that won’t block your TV’s picture. If you’ve got a wall-mounted TV, the keyhole slots make it easy to mount this soundbar below.

HDMI connection for ease of use
Yamaha makes connecting your TV easy. Simply use the HDMI ARC socket on your TV for a high quality link. For other sources, such as a Blu-ray player and games console, twin optical and an analogue input are fitted.

Open up the sound, with the Yamaha SR-C20A.
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  1. martynhardacre's avatar
    If anyone is offended by the white colour there is £50 off with a code (MAY50) available on the black one bringing down to £119 from £169
    sirclive's avatar
    My offence levels don't extend to 50 quid of a difference
    (But thanks for posting, obviously)
  2. Glasshalfsmashed58's avatar
    Tempted by this. As a single viewer I find I tend to use headphones instead though. Similar decent sound, but not annoying the neighbours.
    Crossbow's avatar
    The volume probably doesn't go too high, & you can adjust to suit.
    But if you know for sure that your normal TV sound is disturbing your neighbours, then this is a step up.

    I find if one is on the ground floor & hearing practically every sound from above, then it's natural to think one's sounds/noises are also disturbing them.
    But in fact it rarely happens unless one blasts stuff out loud, as sound seems to travel downwards much much more.

    Being on the ground floor myself, I often worry about this expecially as I own an LG 700W soundbar+subwoofer.
    I use it at a reasonable volume though, plus keep lowering it as it gets later into the evening-night if using it then.
    Have not had a single word/complaint from the neighbours above me, but to be fair their own noise is probably greater than mine anyway with a very active & loud little child! (edited)
  3. sr_387's avatar
    problem with the soundbars is the voice volume can be quite bad and drowned out
    Crossbow's avatar
    This one seems better than most & great for the £79 pricetag... uk.yamaha.com/en/…tml
    "Clear Voice
    No more cranking up the volume to hear your favorite character speak. Clear voice technology brings dialogue and narration to the front, allowing voices to stand out against background noise."
  4. DBO187's avatar
    Was just about to buy a Bose for double the price , hopefully my local store still have stock , doesn’t seem to be any way of checking online
    LastPlot's avatar
    Call them or send an email. My local one responded to an email in 5 mints.
  5. Glasshalfsmashed58's avatar
    Yamaha is a blast from the past. Last I heard from them, they were making piano keyboards, guitars and motorbikes.
    Stompa's avatar
    They've been making audio equipment for a long time. I'm still using a hifi amp from 1977.
  6. freddyfender's avatar
    always a fan of yamaha stuff..i've got a music cast 40 sound bar which is great paired with my BK subwoofer (are you listening sonos!) ...also has a metal grill as opposed to cloth
    had one of their AV receivers for a few years...got one of their acoustic guitars ...and i'm a fan of their revstar electric guitars

    seems to have good reviews at full price so no reason why this shouldnt be great for 80 quid (edited)
    gg1pl's avatar
    But but it doesn't have Sonos branding!

    Please rip us off with £400 for a mini sub or better yet £800 for just a subwoofer
  7. LastPlot's avatar
    I was able to see stock list online yesterday and found 4-5 in my local store. Cannot see it anymore today.

    Did I hallucinate or the website changed?
    DBO187's avatar
    Going to call my local store tomorrow hopefully it’s not a discontinued product so even if out of stock they will still take an order for it at this price
  8. FoolsGold's avatar
    Bought 2 at Bromley today. Great price and these being compact are perfect for bedrooms.
    thanks poster
  9. silversnowflakes's avatar
    This or the Polk Audio React for £99?
    LastPlot's avatar
    Expired this deal so guess it'll be Polk
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