The noise-canceling sound bars of Yamaha’s latest XSR series, the YZF-R1, can take some of the strain off of the brain.
When a person with a hearing loss is playing music, they’re exposed to a constant stream of sounds.
That’s not always good.
But, when it comes to hearing loss, the sound bars have an ability to dampen that noise.
The XSR-series sound bars also feature the new “Yamaha Sound Bar” feature, which reduces the volume of a music track.
When the bar is disabled, the player is unable to hear the sounds.
When you turn the bar on and the volume is turned down, you’re actually able to hear those sounds.
Yamaha says the bar “provides a tactile, non-intrusive way to tell when you’re playing a music song.”
And that can be especially useful when you have hearing loss.
The Yamaha Sound Bar feature is currently available on the XSR R1, XSR C1, and XSR E1, but the company has promised to bring it to other models.
It’s a nice way to have a sense of how loud a song is, but it can be a bit distracting to listen to music when it’s loud.
The YZf-R2 and YZ4 sound bars are not available for purchase right now, but a company representative said they would be coming soon.
The YZR-M1 sound bar is similar to the Yamaha Sound Bars, but with some tweaks.
The bars come in three sizes and are designed to reduce the volume.
There are also some changes that the company made to the way the bar works.
The bar is now built into the sound card itself.
You can adjust the bar’s height and position using the “M-key” and “N-key.”
When the “N” key is pressed, the bar turns off.
When “M” is pressed again, the speaker is turned on.
There’s also a new button on the bar that can change the sound volume on the fly, if you want to play a different song while the baris playing.
The only downside to the YzR-S1 sound bars is that the speaker has a slightly different sound signature than the ones in the Yamaha sound bars.
The company says it’s working on a way to correct this.