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|Yamaha HTR-5840 XM-Ready 6.1-Channel A/V Surround Receiver (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest new price: $200.00
Lowest used price: $129.95
Yamaha 6.1-Channel 600W (100W x 6) A/V Receiver. It features Yamaha's unique CINEMA DSP for outstandfing home theater performance, as well all Dolby formats and all DTS formats. It has Quad-Field CINEMA DSP and 14 Surround programs. It also features Night Listening Enhancer (Cinema/Music) and Silent Cinema. It is XM Satellite Radio ready. It has a Selectable 9-Band Subwoofer Crossover/Subwoofer Phase Selector.
Amazon.com Product Description The Yamaha HTR-5840 XM-ready digital hometheater receiver is a full-featured digital home theater receiver that sports some serious features. In addition to 6.1-channel discrete amplification (100 w x 6 RMS), the HTR-5840 features Yamaha's Digital ToP-ART (Total Purity Audio Reproduction Technology) amplifier design concept that ensures the highest signal purity and 14 surround programs. Also featured is Silent Cinema, Yamaha's exclusive technology that allows private listening enjoyment of multichannel music or movie sound, including Dolby Digital and DTS Digital Surround.
The receiver delivers high power to six channels and features Yamaha's unique Cinema Digital Sound Field Processing, or DSP--Yamaha's way of recreating the ambiance of a stadium, a concert hall or an intimate club in the comfort of your own home. The HTR-5840's digital-to-analog converters use an extremely high performance 192 kHz/24-bit operation type. On top of all this, the HTR-5840 has excellent, high-quality two-channel and multichannel surround reproduction, and it reproduces surround for 5.1 channels and 2.1 (virtual surround). The HTR-5840 is also XM Satellite Radio-ready, which means that with an addition of an XM Connect-and-Play and XM subscription, you can tune into your favorite XM broadcasts.
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With 14 different sound programs that provide multiple variations, every movie and every piece of music will sound right in your home theater. Discrete power transistors, rather than chips, are used in the amplifier section to provide the cleanest sound possible. The amp delivers 100 watts each to seven channels.
For connectivity, the HTR-5840 includes S-video inputs, three digital and two component video inputs, and a set of front panel A/V inputs for simple temporary connection. The receiver also features an AM/FM digital tuner with 40 station presets.
What's in the Box
HTR-5840 receiver, remote control, batteries, AM antenna, and FM antenna.
| ||XM Connect-and-Play Basics |
|What is the XM Connect-and-Play antenna? || The XM Connect-and-Play is required for "XM Ready" receivers to receive XM programing. It integrates an XM receiver and antenna unit into one device. |
|How does it work? ||The Connect-and-Play antenna sends the digital radio signal to your XM Ready audio system via a single, plug-in cable. |
|Do I need anything else? ||No. If you have an XM Ready receiver and the Connect-and-Play, you're set. XM service does require a subscription. |
- Full-featured 600-watt 6.1-channel (100 watts x 6) digital home theater receiver
- Built-in Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, DTS Neo:6, and Dolby Pro Logic IIx decoding
- Quad-Field Cinema digital signal processing with 14 surround programs; Silent Cinema mode
- XM satellite radio ready; requires Audiovox CNP-1000 digital antenna to receive XM signal
- 40 AM/FM presets; measures 17.12 x 6.33 x 16.38 inches (W x H x D); 2-year warranty
|Yamaha PA3B Power Adapter for Portable Electronic Keyboards and Digital Drums
Lowest new price: $29.99
Lowest used price: $21.51
List price: $12.99
The Yamaha DD9M Touch Sensitive Digital Drum Kit first impressed us by how lightweight and portable it was. After out first test, we liked the sound and the feel of the four touch-sensitive pads. The touch-sensitive feature lets you hit the pad hard or soft and change the subsequent volume or sound, just like a real drum.
For such a small unit the DD9M has an amazing range of volume without producing distortion at its loudest. It is a good thing that Yamaha installed a headphone jack to keep parents or neighbors sane during extended practice sessions. Yamaha also provides drumsticks. The design of the DD9M is such that you never need to put the drumsticks down to move through the 55 instrument and sound effects. It was very easy to tap all necessary buttons with the tips of the sticks. This is a crucial feature when you're practicing or playing live.
The DD9M has 100 Auto Rhythm Styles and you can play along with any of them. The Tap Start function allows you to tap out your own tempo to start any of the song styles. This is a great feature for beginners playing along at their own pace. It would even be a nice application for someone trying to record tracks so you could manually synchronize up the drum track.
We had some initial problems hunting down an AC adapter to get started. This kit does not include batteries or and AC adapter. You'll need to purchase the Yamaha PA3B Power Adapter separately.
As an experiment, we even tried to play the DD9M while it rested in our lap. It was a little awkward at first, but it was something that could be done if you really needed to. More than anything, this just illustrates how portable it is. However, for extended playing you may want to invest in a drum stand. If you loaded the kit up with batteries, you could take it almost anywhere you had room to swing the sticks.
The DD9M has a simple and easy-to-understand interface. The manual was also very easy to navigate. On the whole, the DD9M is a simple drum machine but is a load of fun and can still be used for some serious applications. --Brian Vandiver
- Tap Start songs at your own tempo
- Includes drumsticks
- Easy and fun to use as soon as it's turned on
- Headphone jack essential for private playing
- AC adapter is not provided
- AC power adapter plugs into 120-volt AC outlet
- Plugs directly into keyboard and drum machines
- No more costly batteries
- Easy to use
- Works with Yamaha products such as PSR270 (or lower), YPP35, DD50, DD9M
|Yamaha RX-V465BL 525 Watt 5-Channel Home Theater Receiver (OLD VERSION) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $150.00
Yamaha RX-V465BL 525 Watt 5-Channel Home Theater Receiver
- 5-channel 525W powerful surround sound (105W x 5)
- 1080p-Compatible HDMI 1.3
- Bluetooth music streaming using Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Audio Receiver
- Connect an iPod using Yamaha YDS-10SL Universal iPod Dock
- XM and Sirius Satellite Radio Ready
|Yamaha RX-V995 Surround Receiver with Dolby Digital and DTS Decoding (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $999.00
List price: $999.99
Top-of-the-line 5-channel home-theater receiver. Discrete power transistors. Built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoding. 5.1-channel inputs for external decoder. New Yamaha-designed IC chips
- Top-of-the-line 5-channel home-theater receiver
- Discrete power transistors
- Built-in Dolby Digital and DTS decoding
- 5.1-channel inputs for external decoder
- New Yamaha-designed IC chips
|Yamaha RX-496 Stereo Receiver
Lowest used price: $175.00
The Yamaha RX-496 Natural Sound Stereo Receiver is a perfect way to start putting together a stereo component system. Deciding to create your own component audio system is a wise choice because it's an investment that you can constantly upgrade and grow with. Yamaha delivers clean power and reliable assurance that the RX-496 will be a solid foundation and will offer years of wonderful listening pleasure. Versatile binding posts for convenient, easy speaker connectivity (Speakers and Wire not included) Includes wireless remore control Approximate size - 5.75 High x 17 Wide x 11.25 Deep
- 75 Watts per channel Stereo @ 20 to 20,000 Hz
- Digitally-tuned AM/FM radio with up to 40 programmable station memories that can be grouped in five groups of up to eight stations each
- Full 20 to 20,000 Hz linear damping improves the definition and resolution of the sound output throughout the audible frequency-response range for higher-resolution sound
- Accepts up to 6 Audio inputs
- Accepts up to 2 pair of speakers and has a built-in A/B speaker selector switch
|Yamaha PDX-30PI Speaker Dock for iPod and iPhone, 1 Each(Pink)
Lowest used price: $79.99
The Yamaha PDX-30 is a powered speaker dock that virtually every iPhone or iPod fan who wants to enjoy a higher sound quality with a powerful output needs to have! The PDX-30 is certified as a "works with iPhone" product, and comes with a card-type remote control for additional convenience.
- You can plug your iPod or your iPhone right onto the unit
- Is light weight and easy to carry around
- Uses Yamaha's original digital amplifier with extremely low noise and distortion
- Card type remote unit for additional convenience
|Yamaha HTR-5540 Audio/Video Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $120.00
List price: $299.99
The HTR-5540 AV receiver puts high-end home theater well within the grasp of affordability, offering the convenience of DVD-Audio-ready six-channel analog inputs alongside the latest 6.1-channel surround processing and premium Yamaha sound technologies.
When hooked up with the digital-audio output from a DVD-Video player or digital satellite receiver, the 75 watts-per-channel HTR-5540 handles 5.1-channel surround decoding for both major formats, Dolby Digital and DTS. In addition, the HTR-5540 processes Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES, which create an even more expansive soundfield through the use of a center-rear surround channel, totaling six discrete full-range channels in addition to the LFE (low-frequency effects) channel: left, center, right, and left, center, and right surround.
Non-Dolby Digital and DTS sources can benefit from surround processing, too. With enhanced directional steering over standard four-channel Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Pro Logic II provides five channels of surround processing from any stereo source--whether that's a TV broadcast, VHS tapes, or your favorite CDs, cassettes, and LPs. Pro Logic II delivers full-bandwidth stereo surround channels with 40 dB of left-right separation.
A key benefit from a Yamaha receiver, of course, is Yamaha's proprietary signal processing, including Cinema DSP (digital soundfield processing), which creates aural "imaging" that not only makes your home sound like a theater, but also sounds better than most movie theaters. Based on a wealth of measured data in studios and halls, Cinema DSP is designed to bring out the full potential of movie sound mixes, reproducing them the way directors and sound engineers intended.
And, when you're listening to multichannel presentations late at night, you'll appreciate Silent Cinema, which simulates 5.1-channel listening through a pair of ordinary 2-channel headphones (not included). Silent Cinema uses unique parameters for each soundfield to ensure accurate headphone representations of each soundfield.
Then there are the six-channel DVD-Audio-ready inputs mentioned above. "If DVD-Audio is so high-tech," you might wonder, "why do I need analog inputs to appreciate it?" You need them because, for reasons of data density, DVD-Audio players perform their own digital-to-analog conversion, passing high-resolution analog signals on to your amplifier. (And analog is, after all, what your amp feeds your speakers.)
DVD-Audio can deliver up to six channels of discrete, full-frequency sound at greater-than-CD resolution (24 bits, 96 kHz sampling rate versus 16 bits, 44.1 kHz for CD), and some discs will exploit the chance to offer an ultra-high-resolution, stereo-only 192 kHz sampling rate. In stereo or surround, the sound from DVD-Audio is packed with detail, yet it's smoother and sweeter than the sound from even the best standard CD players. The HTR-5540 accommodates decoded DVD-A signals and routes them to the appropriate speakers in your surround system.
The versatile unit offers five video input connections (with four S-video inputs), five fixed and assignable digital-audio inputs (great for DSS, CD, laserdisc, gaming consoles, and minidisc), and front-panel input connections for your camcorder or other spontaneous hookup. The HTR-5540 comes with a preset remote control.
Finally, the HTR-5540 benefits from Yamaha's Digital ToP-ART (Total Purity Audio Reproduction Technology) build philosophy. ToP-ART's goal is to maximize digital quality while minimizing analog circuitry. The culmination of the best digital engineering and design possible, it brings together several key elements to create the best-sounding, easiest-to-use A/V components available.
- 5-channel surround receiver with Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Matrix 6.1, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, and Dolby Pro Logic II processing
- 75 watts per channel x 5 channels
- Offers 5.1-channel analog audio inputs, Auto Priority Input Selection, Auto Decoder Selection, 40-station AM/FM presets
- Silent Cinema, Virtual Cinema DSP, Quad-Field Cinema DSP, and 21 other surround algorithms
- 4 composite-video inputs, 2 outputs; 2 digital-audio inputs (1 coaxial, 1 optical); spring-clip speaker terminals
|Yamaha PSR240 61-Note Touch-Sensitive Portable Electronic Keyboard
Lowest used price: $98.20
With Yamaha's PSR240 portable electronic keyboard, you can channel your musical inspiration anywhere. Simply select any of the built-in music styles and soon you'll be on your way. The Yamaha PSR240 features an easy-to-read LCD display, 61 full-sized keys, two stereo speakers, the built-in Yamaha Education Suite programs, and a collection of functions that make it simple for anyone to learn to play music.
The Yamaha PSR240 gives you the choice of 100 voices, including that of a grand piano; 100 styles and rhythms; demo songs; special effects for harmony and echo; and more. You control the tempo, accompaniment volume, tuning, and everything else needed to make your music sound its best.
- Touch-sensitive MIDI keyboard
- 61 full-sized keys
- Hundreds of voices and rhythm styles
- 10-centimeter stereo speakers
- 100 demo songs
|Factory-Reconditioned Yamaha DV-C6760 Progressive Scan 5-Disc DVD Changer (Black)
Lowest used price: $219.99
Yamaha 5-Disc Progressive-Scan DVD-Video/SA-CD Changer. It features Progressive Scan, DVD-Video, SA-CD, SVCD, VCD, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3 Playback, JPEG, DivX and WMA playback. It has Yamaha's exclusive patented PlayXchange, allowing the user to change four discs while the fifth is playing. Progressive Scan Video Output, 108MHz/12-Bit Video DAC's for High Picture Quality, Progressive Component Video Outputs, S-Video and Composite Outputs and Video Picture Mode. Audio Processing includes 192kHz/24-Bit Audio D/A Concersion for High Sound Quality, Optical and Coaxial Digital Outputs, CD Upsampling, SA-CD Playback compatibility. It has a remote control, Versatile Disc (DVD+RW/+R, DVD-R/-RW, Super Video CD, Video CD, CD and CD-R/RW Playback. On-Screen Menu Icons and a Zoom Function.
- Progressive scan 5-disc DVD changer with play exchange system (lets you change 4 discs while 5th plays)
- Supports DVD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DivX, SVCD, VCD, SACD, CD, CD-R/RW, WMA, MP3, and JPEG formats
- Progressive scan and DCDi functions produce ultra-sharp video while minimizing motion artifacts
- 4-step digital zoom; Dolby Digital and DTS decoding; measures 17.12 x 2.56 x 16.75 inches (W x H x D)
- Reconditioned to like-new condition; 90-day manufacturer's warranty from date of sale
|Yamaha RX-V565BL 630 Watt 7-Channel Home Theater Receiver (OLD VERSION) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
Lowest used price: $210.00
Yamaha RX-V565BL 630 Watt 7-Channel Home Theater Receiver
- 7-channel 630W powerful surround sound (90W x 7)
- 1080p-Compatible HDMI 1.3
- Analog video up-conversion to component video
- Bluetooth music streaming using Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Audio Receiver
- Connect an iPod using Yamaha YDS-10SL Universal iPod Dock
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