Yamaha Audio Visual

yamaha-current-logo   Yamaha have been involved in the production of music since 1887 when they made their first reed organ. Today they are a leader in home A/V technology with a range of high quality receivers, Blu-ray players, DVD and CD players, speakers, home theatre systems and more.
 


WXA-50

WXA-50

$699.00

WXC-50

WXC-50

$479.00

MCR-N670

MCR-N670

From $1,299.00

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NX-N500

NX-N500

From $999.00

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RN-303

RN-303

From $699.00

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RN-402

RN-402

From $799.00

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RN-602

RN-602

From $999.00

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RX-A1080

RX-A1080

$2,099.00

Aventage RX-A2080

Aventage RX-A2080

$2,499.00

RX-A3080

RX-A3080

$2,999.00

RX-A880

RX-A880

$1,399.00

MusicCast Vinyl 500

MusicCast Vinyl 500

$899.00

WXAD-10

WXAD-10

$229.00

MusicCast BAR 400

MusicCast BAR 400

$799.00

YSP-2700

YSP-2700

$1,349.00

10% OFF RRP $1,499.00
CDC-600

CDC-600

From $729.00

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CD-S300

CD-S300

From $529.00

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Author: Staff   Date Posted: 26 June 2019  

Until recently Yamaha had never imported their turntables in to Australia. That all changed late last year when Yamaha announced they would be bringing three new record players to the market. To date only two of these three have reached our shores with the GT-5000 still in the “coming soon” phase. This beast, which hales back to Yamaha’s “Gigantic and Tremendous...


Recently we have seen the incredible rise (read as “marketing push”) of Virtual Assistants. What started with Siri on the Apple iPhone 4S has grown exponentially. Not only in the number of assistants but also in their abilities. Just focusing on the major players there is; The previously mentioned Siri from Apple, Alexa from Amazon, Google have The Google Assistant (they allegedly didn’t want to “humanise” the assistant by giving it a name); Microsoft keep p...


We have been making a lot of noise lately about a new sound option called Dolby Atmos, and this has left more than a few people asking “what is it”. Most people will have heard of Dolby as they have been synonymous with good movie audio for decades. Letting people know of their existence with their quick intros at the start of most movies (the steam train is still my favourite). Whilst they do a lot of research and development in many areas (including video and music reproduction); cinematic sound is what the general public know Dolby for. In line with this comes their latest release: Dolby Atmos ...