Yamaha

Raid on a Counterfeit Audio Manufacturer Impacts Yamaha, Harman and Others

By Adam Forziati · March 19, 2019 • Shure reports audio products claiming to be Harman, Yamaha, Sennheiser, and Shure were seized in a Chinese manufacturing plant raid last year.

Salamander Designs Event Shows How Cool Commercial Technology Can Be

By Jason Knott · March 15, 2019 • Salamander's 'Design:Tech Connection' event co-hosted with top specifier showcases technology solutions for multiple commercial meeting spaces.

Here’s How to Use Yamaha MusicCast to Build the Backbone of A/V System Interoperability

By Robert Archer · March 15, 2019 • Through products like the Yamaha XDA-QS5400RK, a quad-streaming whole-house audio solution that’s 1U tall, integrators can configure just about any whole-house audio system to meet a range of client needs. Here’s how Litton AV did it.

URC Partners With Yamaha and HEOS to Expand Its Whole-House Audio Selection

By Robert Archer · March 12, 2019 • URC now provides a convenient way to control and integrate wireless whole-house audio systems from Yamaha and HEOS.

OneButton: Bridging Tech and Design

By Robert Archer · February 19, 2019 • OneButton bridges design and function on the Bridge House architecture project that includes equipment from Yamaha.

Yamaha Surround: AI Processing—Hearing is Believing

By Robert Archer · January 30, 2019 • Helping homeowners get a more natural, immersive listening experience, new Surround: AI from Yamaha augments home theater surround technologies.

What to Expect When 8K and 5G Take Over

By Andrew Nichols · October 26, 2018 • The 2018 MRI Expo focused on educating integrators on the advancements made by 8K and 5G in recent months, and what they can expect as the tech grows in popularity.

Mountain Heritage Systems 40-Year Integration Strategy: Constant Change!

By Lisa Montgomery · October 3, 2018 • From installing industrial-strength controllers for ski resorts to tricking out an old-western saloon, Mountain Heritage Systems maintains a diverse log of projects and embraces change—a formula that's kept the company going from for four decades.

Yamaha MusicCast Amplifier is Alexa Enabled, Streams Spotify

By Robert Archer · August 23, 2018 • The 1U-high Yamaha $2,700 XDA-QS5400RK MusicCast Amplifier easily fits into racks and furniture, and its dual LAN ports enable integrators to daisy chain the product to address up to 32 zones of multiroom audio.

Review: Yamaha R-N803 Network Receiver Serves Up Stereo Goods in Style

By Arlen Schweiger · August 15, 2018 • The Yamaha R-N803 pays homage to the company's style and past while offering up the sleek looks and performance of a modern receiver.

Yamaha $650 Slimline Receiver Gets Skinny with Amazon Alexa

By Robert Archer · July 23, 2018 • The new $650 Yamaha RX-S602 Slimline A/V Receiver provides a choice of home theater processing modes, Amazon Alexa voice control, and Dolby Vision.

Yamaha Soundbar Incorporates DTS Virtual:X Object-Based Surround Sound

By Robert Archer · June 21, 2018 • Incorporating DTS Virtual:X decoding, the newly introduced $200 Yamaha YAS-108 soundbar helps integrators produce an immersive listening experience in rooms limited by space.

Yamaha R-N803 Hi-Fi Stereo Receiver Has Millennial Appeal

By Robert Archer · April 6, 2018 • The new Yamaha R-N803 Hi-Fi Stereo Receiver can be set up to play legacy audio formats and streaming audio through the company's wireless MusicCast multiroom audio platform.

Pro Musician Rick Beato Says Audiophiles May ‘Simply be Guessing’

By Robert Archer · March 6, 2018 • Professional music teacher, songwriter and producer Rick Beato says regardless of the file format, most people can't tell the difference between file types, and the best professionals rely upon their training and experience as they advance in age when they are mixing audio.

Yamaha R-N303 Stereo Receiver Brings Modern Technologies to Hi-Fi Category

By Robert Archer · February 22, 2018 • The newly announced Yamaha R-N303 Network Hi-Fi Stereo Receiver balances the desires of homeowners that want to combine legacy technologies, including CD players and turntables, and today's whole-house, digital audio functionality.

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