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Yamaha RS202D (Black) DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £169 / £149 for VIP Members at Richer Sounds
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Yamaha RS202D (Black) DAB/Bluetooth Stereo Receiver £169 / £149 for VIP Members at Richer Sounds

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Posted 20th Feb

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Good price but waiting for richersounds.com/yam…tml to drop personally, for the network features, and USB
I've had this receiver for a couple of years now and I love it. Great bit of kit for the price
Can't speak for this but I have had the 803D for over a year and it's been great. It's mainly used for Internet Radio and Vinyl but I have been very happy with it.
Edited by: "Gormond" 20th Feb
Gormond20/02/2020 21:39

Can't speak for this but I have had the 803D for over a year and it's been …Can't speak for this but I have had the 803D for over a year and it's been great. It's mainly used for Internet Radio and Vinyl but I have been very happy with it.


Very nice. I wanted one a while back but didn't manage to buy it at the time. What speakers are you using with it?
rev620/02/2020 21:55

Very nice. I wanted one a while back but didn't manage to buy it at the …Very nice. I wanted one a while back but didn't manage to buy it at the time. What speakers are you using with it?


Just a set a Cambridge Audio Min22 due to lack of space but they actually look very nice and a Yamaha Subwoofer YST-FSW050BL.

Kinda new to Hi-Fi systems so just trying things as I go along. Also have a (entry level?) Denon DP300-f record player with an Ortofon Red which to me sounds good.
elwynevans1320/02/2020 18:52

I've had this receiver for a couple of years now and I love it. Great bit …I've had this receiver for a couple of years now and I love it. Great bit of kit for the price


Me too.Very pleased.
Gormond20/02/2020 22:06

Just a set a Cambridge Audio Min22 due to lack of space but they actually …Just a set a Cambridge Audio Min22 due to lack of space but they actually look very nice and a Yamaha Subwoofer YST-FSW050BL.Kinda new to Hi-Fi systems so just trying things as I go along. Also have a (entry level?) Denon DP300-f record player with an Ortofon Red which to me sounds good.


I got 5 of them speakers and the minx 201 subwoofer. For the size they are amazing. Think i got mine about 7 years ago. Does it work well woth yamaha sub you have?
ephadrine21/02/2020 05:13

I got 5 of them speakers and the minx 201 subwoofer. For the size they are …I got 5 of them speakers and the minx 201 subwoofer. For the size they are amazing. Think i got mine about 7 years ago. Does it work well woth yamaha sub you have?


Yeah works great for me but i'm not an audiophile. The handy thing about the Yamaha Subwoofer is that it's controlled via the amp, so I don't need to do things such as turn it off and on.
rev620/02/2020 18:40

Good price but waiting for …Good price but waiting for https://www.richersounds.com/yamaha-rn303d-blk.html to drop personally, for the network features, and USB


I’m going to buy this, do you think it will drop
Just bought a slightly more expensive Yamaha amplifier, an as-301. Basically a receiver without being online.

The sound is absolutely terrible. Yes I can hear details I've never heard before but the overall feel is completely lacking. There's no groove or presence. Favorite music I've known intimately for decades sounds completely flat and thin.

Now I've given it around 40 hours "burn in", which has made little difference, it's going on ebay. Bloke at my local Richer Sounds said that this "lean, bright" sound was Yamaha's signature. I think it's unlistenable so be warned.

Edit: £120 collection from WR9 if anyone wants it
Edited by: "j2theg" 21st Feb
j2theg21/02/2020 12:04

Just bought a slightly more expensive Yamaha amplifier, an as-301. …Just bought a slightly more expensive Yamaha amplifier, an as-301. Basically a receiver without being online.The sound is absolutely terrible. Yes I can hear details I've never heard before but the overall feel is completely lacking. There's no groove or presence. Favorite music I've known intimately for decades sounds completely flat and thin.Now I've given it around 40 hours "burn in", which has made little difference, it's going on ebay. Bloke at my local Richer Sounds said that this "lean, bright" sound was Yamaha's signature. I think it's unlistenable so be warned.Edit: £120 collection from WR9 if anyone wants it


What speakers are you using?
rev621/02/2020 13:46

What speakers are you using?


Some old Sonys. They're fine. Same problem through headphones. The previous amp was an inexpensive late-80s Kenwood that originally came from a stack system in the Argos catalogue. With the same speakers and headphones it sounded way better.
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