Yamaha - 200W 2-Ch. Stereo Receiver - Black

Enjoy wireless music playback from smartphones or other mobile devices with this Yamaha Hi-Fi stereo receiver. It has a handy speaker selector for switching between the sound output terminals, and it uses Bluetooth for wireless connectivity. A power management feature on this Yamaha stereo receiver shuts it down automatically when the receiver is not being used.
$149.99
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Overview

What's Included


  • 200W 2-Ch. Stereo Receiver
  • Remote control
  • FM and AM antennas
  • Batteries
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
93% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (180 out of 195)

Features


200W total power

RMS Rating of 100W x 2 @ 8 ohms, 40Hz - 20kHz, 0.2% THD for robust audio.

Speaker A/B switching

Lets you easily switch between 2 sets of speakers.

AM/FM digital tuner

40 station presets lets you program your favorites for simple one-touch recall.

Bluetooth interface

Allows simple wireless pairing with compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices.

Simple and Sophisticated Design

With an elegant brushed finish, it harmonizes beautifully with other audio equipment.

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Customer rating

4.5
93%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX!

    Posted
    Fury

    Think outside the box! Why did I open with that statement? Because, many folks overlook the possibilities this amp can deliver. Obviously it can be used as an Audiophile pure receiver. It's that good! Just read Steve Guttenberg's review and Steve's rarely wrong. Now, as I said, "think outside the box." By that I mean this for example: I have a Yamaha RX-V467 AVR which is a 5.1 surround sound audio video receiver with the "capability" to be a 7.1 surround sound receiver. The catch is this... it doesn't provide power amps to power speakers 6 & 7 if you wanna use it's 7.1 capabilities so you gotta use the provided pre-out connection and send it out to an external amp to power 6 & 7. This brings us to the Yamaha - 200W 2-Ch. Stereo Receiver. Using the Yamaha 2 ch. receiver to drive the surround channels 6 & 7 transforms my Yamaha RX-V467 into a full, 7.1 channel surround sound AVR. Believe me, it made a HUGE difference once my system was transformed from 5.1 to 7.1 surround sound! Night & Day difference. So, thinking outside the box allowed me to take "full" advantage of my RX-V467 rather than buying a new 7.1 receiver. Anybody whose evere stepped up to 7.1 from 5.1 knows what I mean when I say the step up is a major upgrade in sound. Get this? This Yamaha 2 ch receiver has A/B switching too. That means you can power 2 sets of different speakers (for a total of 4 speakers at once). Example: 1. A = powering the surround speakers 6 & 7 in my setup. 2. B = powering a 2nd set of music only speakers for a 2.0 setup in the front separate from the "2" surround speakers in the rear. 3. A/B combined can now be used to expand the 2 surround speakers 6 & 7 into speakers 8 & 9 transforming your system into a 9.1 surround system, if your room is large enough for a 9.1 setup. So there ya' have it! For under $150, I just turned my 5.1 surround system into a legit 9.1 surround sound setup using this $150 Yamaha - 200W 2-Ch. Stereo Receiver In closing, I just proved how this amp can serve as more than just a "great stereo receiver" just by "THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX." ~ peace PS: Did I forget to mention how this Yamaha 2 channel receiver delivers true "Audiophile Grade" Hi-Fi stereo sound? Ok, my bad, here goes, "This Yamaha 200 watt 2 ch Stereo Receiver is likely the best, plain vanilla, 2 channel receiver period for under $300. Well, there it is!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great power and amazing clarity!

    Posted
    WAZZUcoug
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I bought a Klipsch R-125W last Black Friday and have been using it on my home theater surround system in my man cave. It was way too much for there, but I kept it there until today. I bought Polk TSi200 speakers two days ago for use in my home office, where my wife and I both work. The amplifier I was using just wasn't powerful enough for those Polk speakers so the last two days I have been doing a ton of research for an affordable yet powerful and clean amp/receiver. I convinced my wife that I would pull up the Klipsch sub from my man cave if we could get a better receiver for the office. Tonight we went to Best Buy and bought this receiver. I got home and hooked it up to the sub and two bookshelf speakers and WOW!!! Literally I have to keep the gain on the sub way down and not turn up the bass on this receiver. The Polk speakers sound amazing and I hear things in songs I haven't heard before. The sub pounds crazy loud if/when I want it to. We are running it through Bluetooth to one of our PC's that is using a common music streaming service and it sounds AMAZING!!! If you just need 2 to 4 speakers and a sub then this is flat out the best bang for the buck I could find and am so glad the wife said yes!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great but some nits to pick

    Posted
    Bryan
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    I bought this receiver to power a pair of refurbished new Advent loud speakers. I like the power, the low harmonic distortion and the fact it's Bluetooth compatible. But on the down side the frequency response goes down to only 40 HZ. My Advents will handle a true 30 HZ tone if it is actually on the source (such as a vinyl record). But to be honest I can't say I'm not getting the frequency response or not. The volume control feels a little cheesy as compared to the like priced Sony receiver I purchased a few years back. The volume control just feels plastic. One last nit is the speaker connectors did not like the 16 gauge lamp cord I used. Conversely I thought the speaker hookup was a binding posts and the quick connectors were a pleasant surprise. None of these are deal breakers.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    VERY poor Blutooth range compared to Sony STRDH90

    Posted
    midnytsnx

    Not sure this receiver deserves only a 1*, but the only reason I bought it was for the Blutooth function. I wanted to warn others that wanted for the same reason. Reviewers here say range is good-very good, they have not tried the Sony. I was excited to buy this unit, I was using an old school receiver with a Sony BM10 receiver plugged into the CD RCA ports. It worked very well, but was too many steps to connect & get up & going. I wanted an all-in-1. Testing the Yamaha, I put my phone line of sight about 20 feet away. When I walked between the phone & receiver, it would cut-out. Taking the phone around the corner of the house, it would cut out. This was unacceptable as my BM10 NEVER was this rangebound. I went back to the search engine & came across the Sony STR DH190 for the same price. It was in stock at a nearby BB. I took a chance because I had such good luck with my BM10. This Sony has MEGA range! Guessing, I would say 5-10 times better than the Yamaha. Left my phone out in the garage over 50 ft. away, closed the door behind me & music is playing FLAWLESSLY. Buy the Sony if you are streaming blutooth.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Best you can get for the price, and then some.

    Posted
    MCH71
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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Essentially I purchased this to hook up to my Audio Technica LP120 and some Klipsch speakers. I also liked the idea of the bluetooth which could pick up my PC and Laptop in my office, about 50 feet away. I will tell you that this receiver worked out great. The Bluetooth was about the easiest connection I ever encountered. I have run music off my phone, as well as podcasts, and have played music off my hard drive. Granted your PC needs to have blue tooth. The Blue Tooth reception and sound for the files coming off my phone and hard drive has been amazing! Great sound. The records are at lower volume(as is expected) so I just raised the gain on the pre amp a bit, as I am using an external preamp and it sounds amazing. Great receiver and amazing price.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent basic 2 channel stereo receiver.

    Posted
    Bill
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    Glad to see somebody still makes a simple solid clean and powerful 2 channel stereo amp for audio listening without all the clutter and confusion of a home theater receiver. Plenty of inputs, logical operation, dead-quiet noise floor, basic but responsive remote control. About the only thing it lacks is a built-in phono pre-amp to directly plug-in a turntable here in this era of "vinyl revival." Then again, many newer turntables have a built-in phono pre-amp, or you can buy one to plug into this Yamaha for as little as $25. All told, for less than $150, you get a modern version of the classic stereo receiver that ruled home audio systems from the 60's thru 90's.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great purchase

    Posted
    NotaTechie
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    I am so glad I purchased this receiver. We built a new house a year ago and we were thinking about getting Control4. If anyone has looked into home automation, it is very expensive. We were only wanting it for music (not lighting, thermostat, etc) so I wanted to check out other options. Went to BestBuy, and the salesman recommended I try this receiver. So glad I did - saved thousands! And it works great! It works on Bluetooth, sync to music source (iPad) and hook up speaker wires (we had hard wire speaker wires that we wired when building the house) and we were listening to music in the house in minutes. Wish we would have purchased a year ago!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good basic receiver

    Posted
    JustALuckyDog
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    I wanted a receiver to replace my 40 year old Sansui 771 receiver that I had at the office. I have a portable XM Radio that I wanted to hook up and wanted to listen to some talk radio on AM. I was looking for HD radio, but that seemed hard to find in a modestly priced receiver. With some adjustment, I got the AM radio to work pretty well, despite the florescent lighting. The remote control makes it easy to go between AM/FM and my satellite radio. If I am not satisfied with AM reception, the Bluetooth feature is good to connect my smartphone to iHeart Radio or wireless listen to music on my phone.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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