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Yamaha UC Announces New Enterprise Sound Bar For Conferencing, Classroom & Hospitality Applications

Available in three modes, incorporates two subwoofers, two mid-range cones and two tweeters, and connects to any sound source via HDMI, Bluetooth, optical cable and analog audio.
The ESB-1090 soundbar from Yamaha UC in a classroom application.

Yamaha Unified Communications has announced a new model to its Enterprise Sound Bar lineup, the ESB-1090, which is available three modes, allowing users to opt between Conference, Education, and Hotel.

“Flatscreen displays are often not suited to deliver the volume or clarity for students and meeting participants — once again highlighting the incredible importance of high-quality audio,” says Meghan Kennelly, director of global marketing and communications at Yamaha Unified Communications. “With the ESB-1090, they don’t have to gather close to the screen in order to clearly hear a video, presentation, or conference call. In addition, it can connect to the in-room TV, PC, laptop, or mobile device, answering the variety of audio requirements that are present in a single environment.”

The ESB-1090 incorporates two subwoofers, two mid-range cone loudspeakers, and two tweeters, and connects to any sound source — display, PC, or mobile device — via HDMI, Bluetooth, optical cable and analog audio. The unit simplifies setup through the three application modes to achieve the suitable sound quality and configuration. Users can swap between Conference Mode for remote conference purposes, Education Mode for classroom settings, and Hotel Mode for lobby or room playback with the included remote.

There’s also an operation restriction preset to prevent unwanted tampering or changes. In addition, it can also be configured for Ethernet operation. Installers can either wall mount the unit or place it flat on a table or school AV cart.

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