Released October, 2010
The Pros:Lots of power output - more than enough for most setups. Looks good - features a sleek black, retro aesthetic. Lots of options and features for those who like to get the most out of their music collection.
The Cons:White remote control - doesn't match the receiver. Only compatible with iPods and Bluetooth devices through the purchase of additional accessories. The power management switch is located on the back of the unit - hard to access.
The Yamaha R-S700 is one of three two-channel, R-S line HD audio receivers (R-S300, R-S500, R-S700) released in late 2010. All three models host a classic vintage design combined with modern, high-tech components.
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As the top unit in the series, the R-S700 provides a total of 100W per channel. And in addition to supporting Zone 2 technology, it also adds along a second remote that makes it easy for controlling the main receiver from another zone. Like its predecessors, the receiver is compatible with Yamaha’s iPod and Bluetooth Wireless docking stations / receivers. Plus it also supports A+B speaker selection and relies on advanced audio technology to eliminate resonance, reduce distortion, and ensure the audio is always crisp and clean.
- R-S Line HD Audio Receiver
- Classic Vintage Design
- Extruded Aluminum Front Panel
- Silky Touch Knob Designs
- Suited for Audiophile-Grade System
- Yamaha Dual Heat Sinks
- Variable Loudness Control
- ART Base Chassis
- iPod Dock Compatibility
- Bluetooth Receiver Compatibility
- Reduced Noise & Vibration
- Maximized Digital Quality
- Always Clear and Crisp Audio
- Zone 2 Technology
- A+B Speaker Selection
- Second Remote Control
User Reviews (1)
lots of power output - more than enough for most setups
looks good - features a sleek black, retro aesthetic
lots of options and features for those who like to get the most out of their music collection
comes with an extra remote for the second zone
LCD display - well integrated with the rest of the unit's design
white remote control - doesn't match the receiver
only compatible with iPods and Bluetooth devices through the purchase of additional accessories
the power management switch is located on the back of the unit - hard to access
the retro design isn't for everyone
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