Yamaha DAB/Bluetooth 100W Stereo Receiver £179.10 w/code @ Richer Sounds (Online & instore)
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Yamaha DAB/Bluetooth 100W Stereo Receiver £179.10 w/code @ Richer Sounds (Online & instore)

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Found 5th Mar
Aval online & instore, use code AMP10 at checkout or quote instore

Featuring built-in Bluetooth plus a DAB radio, the Yamaha RS202D stereo receiver can handle all your music needs.

The Yamaha 'Natural Sound' concept

Based on Yamaha's concept of "Natural Sound", the RS202D has been designed from the outset to sound evenly balanced and realistic. This comes about through painstaking attention to detail, including seemingly small points such as connecting the signal and power grounds at one point to eliminate mutual interference. This helps achieve a higher signal to noise ratio, so you hear more of the music and less distortion.

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Powerful sound

With 100W per channel the RS202D is powerful enough to drive a wide range of speakers in even the largest rooms. Details such as placing the power transformer close to the power amp circuit, for low signal loss, helps the R-S202D produce a powerful and dynamic sound.

Bluetooth built-in

Featuring a built-in Bluetooth receiver, the RS202D is the ideal way of streaming music from your smartphone or tablet to your Hi-Fi separates system. Stream the music stored on your device or take advantage of streaming music services such as Spotify or Apple Music, all from the comfort of your smart device.

DAB and FM

With both DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) and FM tuners onboard, this Yamaha is ideally equipped for listening to a wide range of stations. Select DAB for a vast range of digital radio stations, including the popular BBC 6 Music, 4 Extra and 5 live. DAB also lets you hear crisp, digital clarity of sound, free from interference. For local stations or a more expansive sound with national stations (roof mounted aerial recommended) FM is also on hand. RDS (Radio Data Service) offers station type, text data and signal strength information.

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Flexible features

Powerful sound is one thing, but where the Yamaha really scores is in combining this with an equally impressive range of features. As well Bluetooth and the DAB/FM tuners, the Yamaha also has four other RCA inputs plus an audio output. Two independently switchable speaker outlets are also present for running another set of speakers in a second room. The elegant remote control is easy to use yet also operates a complete Yamaha system.
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Very nice indee
Shame there is no Phono input, a must have these days.
Seemed like a good deal until i noticed it has spring clip terminals,these things are terrible in my experience.
tempt45 m ago

Shame there is no Phono input, a must have these days.


Well, depends what you want your amp for.
No,He is right, Spring clips on a 200 quid 2 channel amp is not forgivable,
That alone is a reason on it'a own not to buy it, They break way to easy.
This has been £150 previously, I have one and it is excellent :-)
You can buy a preamp if you want to run a turntable you can't replace the spring loaded speaker terminals though.
I really don't see issue with spring clips. Once wire is in it doesn't move.
tempt14 h, 28 m ago

Shame there is no Phono input, a must have these days.


Firstly not everyone has fallen for the romance on vinyl. I have but that is not my point.
Secondly, a lot of turntables have phono built in as a previous poster said, can buy a phono preamp amp
I was seriously looking at the Yamaha R-N803D which is £569 everywhere albeit with free speaker at the moment but for one third the price apart from phono, is this one really that different?
I've always found yamaha amps to be a bit cold and clinical sounding. But to each his own. Looks the business alright.
Good spot, thank you.
mickrick3 h, 31 m ago

I've always found yamaha amps to be a bit cold and clinical sounding. But …I've always found yamaha amps to be a bit cold and clinical sounding. But to each his own. Looks the business alright.


I have yamaha and it sounds perfect. Yamaha is for middle age people ho had enough of highs and lows and are after natural sound.
You
Nero_J6 h, 54 m ago

I have yamaha and it sounds perfect. Yamaha is for middle age people ho …I have yamaha and it sounds perfect. Yamaha is for middle age people ho had enough of highs and lows and are after natural sound.


You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass and treble in my music. Why have it if you're not going to hear it? I have my eq set for deep bass and crisp highs.
mickrick31 m ago

You You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass …You You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass and treble in my music. Why have it if you're not going to hear it? I have my eq set for deep bass and crisp highs.


Lol, some never grow up!
Bought this a few weeks ago VERY happy. Needed preamp for turntable. Ribbon aerial works perfectly for DAB.
mickrick7th Mar

You You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass …You You mean someone like me? I'm in my 50's and still like lots of bass and treble in my music. Why have it if you're not going to hear it? I have my eq set for deep bass and crisp highs.



Because we want to hear it how it was intended to be listened to not with inflated bass and teble.
mentm8 h, 13 m ago

Because we want to hear it how it was intended to be listened to not with …Because we want to hear it how it was intended to be listened to not with inflated bass and teble.


Unless you're listening on the same setup as was used in the studio when the recording was made, you'll never hear it as it was intended. Your amp's cicuitry colours the sound. Your speakers colour the sound. Your playback device colours the sound. And the media, whether vinyl, digital or streaming, most certainly colour the sound.
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