If you have been baffled by the complexity of multi-channel A/V receivers, then Yamaha R S201 can be the perfect answer. Yamaha R S201 is a sleek and stylish stereo receiver with extremely simple and straightforward setup. Even a kid can set this stereo receiver alone. And despite the simple setup, it actually offers exceptional sound quality. With the simple design, Yamaha R S201 makes a great choice if you prefer an easy-to-use system that sounds accurate and realistic.
Yamaha R S201 appears simple and uncluttered. There is an alphanumeric display screen that has a white font. The control buttons are placed neatly in a line under the display screen. On the far right is the volume control knob, and there are the power button, headphone jack output port, and speaker channel selectors on the left. You see, on the rear panel, Yamaha R S201 provides A and B channels. In other words, you can connect two sets of stereo speakers to the receiver. You can then activate A, B, or both channels. This feature is very handy for creating a multi-room system. You can also connect a powered subwoofer to the B channel, so that you will be able to turn the subwoofer on or off easily.
The power of Yamaha R S201 is rated at 100 Watts per channel on 8-ohm speakers, 140 Watts per channel on 4-ohm speakers. It is pretty powerful. It can certainly fill the air of a medium to large-sized room. The audio quality is pristine. With 10 Hz – 100 kHz frequency response range, Yamaha R S201 can effortlessly reproduce all lows, mids, and highs with the ultimate accuracy. All the frequencies are very well staged. The sound is bright, crisp, and clear, and the bass is full and solid. Pairing it with some nice speakers, you will get much better sound than most soundbars.
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Unfortunately, Yamaha R S201 does not have any phono input for turntables. If you need that, you can get a separate phono preamp to connect a turntable to the receiver. It also lacks a digital input. All the inputs are analog. So, before you purchase Yamaha R S201, make sure that your other devices have analog outputs. Otherwise, Yamaha R S201 can’t integrate with them.
Specifications of Yamaha R S201
Dynamic Power / Channel (8/6/4/2 ohms) 125W / 150W / 165W / 180W
Rated Output Power (8 ohms, 0.2% THD, 40 Hz-20 kHz) 100W + 100W
Maximum Power(8 ohms, 10% THD, 1 kHz) 140W + 140W
Frequency Response 10 Hz – 100 kHz
Input Sensitivity (CD) 500mV / 47kΩ
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (CD) 100 dB (500 mV)
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.2%
FM 50dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF, 100% Mod., Mono, 1 kHz) 3μV (20.8dBf)
FM Signal-to-Noise Ratio (Mono/Stereo) 72dB / 70dB
Standby Power Consumption 0.5 W
Weight 14.8 lbs
Dimensions 17-1/8” x 5-1/2” x 12-5/8”(W x H x D)
Pros of Yamaha R S201
– Super simple and easy setup
– Exceptional sound quality with superb crisp and accuracy, also good volume
– Sleek and elegant design
– Low energy consumption and Enery Star certified
– Affordable price tag
Price of Yamaha R S201
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