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Reighzy
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Feb 12, 2017
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Does the Kanto YURI pair well with the Kanto YUMI's? I just bought a pair of YUMI's and love them - they're stationed on each side of my bedfront TV (although I don't use them with the TV as I am missing a bass). I use the YUMI's for music before bed using bluetooth, and only now am I finally craving a sub to add to the depth of music.
Since my TV has a sound bar, can I just trash that now and replace it with the YUMI and YURI for a better sound experience? Can I also switch seamlessly between my TV audio and phone bluetooth audio? Thanks!
The YURI will be (hopefully) used for movies, games, and music.
Feb 12, 2017
KantoLiving
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Kanto
Feb 13, 2017
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That setup should work great! Using the YUMI remote you can switch between your TV (I'm assuming you'd be using optical) and your phone seamlessly. You'll get much better sound quality from the YUMI+YURI than the soundbar.
Feb 13, 2017
deepkimchi
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Mar 31, 2017
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I also bought a pair of YUMIs and I've got a YURI on the way. I bought the sub because I'm very happy with the YUMIs, and I figure the sub will have the same good qualities. I like that they're made by the same outfit. I'm using the YUMIs with my TV (optical 1), along with a turntable (RCA jacks), CD player (optical 2), and a laptop computer (bluetooth). Seamlessly is a good way to describe switching between the inputs. Not only do the YUMIs sound damn good, but it's like having a preamp, amp and speakers rolled into one.
I have experience with a couple of sound bars, one inexpensive, the other in the medium price range. I prefer the YUMIs without a sub to the sound bars with sub, so addition of the YURI should work very well.
I'm anticipating the addition of the YURI will extend the bottom end nicely. I like nice bottom ends. I'll post my first impressions a few days after the sub arrives.
Mar 31, 2017
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