Yamaha Unveils Its First AV Receivers with Wireless Surround,…

Yamaha MusicCast Surround

“By adding a wireless approximate capability to a new line, we’ve done it easier than ever to emanate an amazing, theater-like knowledge during home. MusicCast Surround unexpected creates an AV receiver an appealing choice for a whole new assembly of party fans,” pronounced Robert Goedken, Yamaha.

Entertainment enthusiasts know good that a best approach to build a reliable, versatile and great-sounding home museum approximate complement is to use an AV receiver with connected speakers. For many, this is still a go-to fortitude that works seamlessly. For others, it presents a dilemma: how to get wires to a behind of a room for approximate sound speakers though carrying unsightly unprotected cables. Running orator handle by walls can be a headache, and for those who lease their homes or have smear walls, it’s simply not feasible. Now Yamaha gives home museum fans a choice: connected or wireless surrounds.

Yamaha is introducing 3 new 4K AV receivers—the 5.1-channel RX-V485 and 7.2-channel RX-V585 and RX-V685—two new speakers, a MusicCast 20 and MusicCast 50, and a new MusicCast SUB 100 subwoofer, all featuring a new wireless record called MusicCast Surround. An encouragement of a company’s MusicCast wireless multi-room audio system, MusicCast Surround allows a user to build an AV receiver-based 5.1-channel approximate sound complement with connected speakers for a front channels (Front Left, Center, Front Right) and wireless speakers for a surrounds (Surround Left, Surround Right). It also supports a choice of regulating a wireless subwoofer.

Rivaling a sound peculiarity of a connected system, MusicCast Surround record brings for a initial time a wireless approximate capability to Yamaha AV receivers, appealing to a extended operation of business during a accumulation of cost and opening levels.

The RX-V 85 array AV receivers are also able of ancillary connected approximate speakers for those who cite a normal setup or a orator pattern with some-more than 5.1-channels. They also underline a horde of other upgrades from final year’s line.

MusicCast Surround builds on a Yamaha MusicCast wireless multi-room audio complement that enables song enthusiasts to tide their favorite tunes from roughly any audio source over a Wi-Fi network to MusicCast-enabled products around a house. In comparison, when a MusicCast Surround mode is employed, a approach Wi-Fi tie is done between an RX-V 85 array AV receiver and a MusicCast 20 or MusicCast 50 wireless speakers so that a approximate audio streams do not have to pass by a user’s home router.

All of a new models come fully-loaded with wireless technologies, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, Apple AirPlay® and Spotify Connect. They support countless built-in streaming services, including Spotify, Pandora®, SiriusXM Internet Radio, TIDAL, Deezer, Napster and thousands of giveaway internet radio stations, all permitted around a giveaway MusicCast app. They also all underline voice control around Amazon Alexa-equipped devices, such as a Echo and Echo Dot intelligent speakers, by a use of giveaway MusicCast skills accessible on a Alexa Skills Store.

“For party fanatics who adore movies, TV and gaming, zero beats regulating an AV receiver to build a loyal approximate sound system,” pronounced Robert Goedken, ubiquitous manager, AV division, Yamaha Corporation of America. “By adding a wireless approximate capability to a new line, we’ve done it easier than ever to emanate an amazing, theater-like knowledge during home. MusicCast Surround unexpected creates an AV receiver an appealing choice for a whole new assembly of party fans.”

Here are some additional pivotal facilities and advantages of a new products:

RX-V 85 Series 4K AV Receivers: All 3 receivers broach life-like images to connected TVs with adult to 4K fortitude during 60 frames per second. The receivers also pass by high energetic operation (HDR) video in a HDR 10, Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log-Gamma formats with BT.2020 far-reaching tone progression (WCG) compatibility, delivering a wider, some-more picturesque palette of colors, larger liughtness and contrast, and sum formerly not manifest in a darkest and lightest portions of a scene. The RX-V685 offers twin HDMI outputs for bedrooms incorporating both a flat-screen TV and a video projector.

All 3 models support HD Audio decoding of Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master AudioTM sound tracks, while a RX-V585 and RX-V685 also support object-based Dolby Atmos® and DTS:XTM decoding, that adds tallness effects by beyond orator channels. All underline Yamaha-exclusive sound technologies, such as YPAO auto-calibration and Cinema DSP, that transforms a dynamics of a listening sourroundings to reconstruct a acoustic knowledge of being in a film museum or even famous song venues like a Bottom Line, Roxy Theater or European cathedrals.

MusicCast Speakers: The compress MusicCast 20 and high-performance MusicCast 50 wireless speakers mount out for their versatility. Both can be used as standalone audio systems, or with existent MusicCast components for multi-room audio linking, or used as wireless approximate speakers with MusicCast Surround-enabled AV receivers.

Two MusicCast 20 speakers can be interconnected in stereo mode. A singular MusicCast 50 delivers stereo sound by itself, while regulating dual MusicCast 50 speakers yields even aloft outlay and a wider sound field.

In a MusicCast Surround configuration, usually a singular MusicCast 50 is indispensable to furnish dual approximate channels, though dual units might be used for improved performance. The MusicCast 50 delivers a top opening of any MusicCast speaker, and facilities a reduce form than competing models in a opening category to fit some-more discreetly in some-more places during home.

The dual models come with some-more top-panel controls than prior MusicCast speakers, adding an alarm-clock symbol and 3 presets for your favorite song channels.

Subwoofer: The MusicCast SUB 100, that sports a stylish piano-gloss finish, can be interconnected wirelessly with a new AV receivers as an choice to a connected subwoofer, permitting for easy chain anywhere in a room. It can also be interconnected with possibly a singular or dual MusicCast 20 or MusicCast 50 speakers for 1.1-channel and 2.1-channel systems.

Pricing and Availability

The 3 RX-V 85 4K AV receivers will be accessible in May during a following MSRPs:

  •     RX-V485, $449.95 MSRP
  •     RX-V585, $549.95 MSRP
  •     RX-V685, $649.95 MSRP

The following dual MusicCast speakers will be accessible in Jul in a choice of black or white during a following MSRPs:

  •     MusicCast 20 during $229.95 MSRP
  •     MusicCast 50 during $499.95 MSRP

The MusicCast SUB 100 will be accessible in Sep in a piano black finish during $549.95 MSRP.

To learn some-more greatfully visit:

  •     RX-V 85 Series: http://4wrd.it/RX-V-RECEIVERS
  •     MusicCast 20: http://4wrd.it/MUSICCAST20
  •     MusicCast 50: http://4wrd.it/MUSICCAST50
  •     MusicCast SUB 100: http://4wrd.it/MUSICCASTSUB100


About Yamaha

Yamaha Corporation of America (YCA) is one of a largest subsidiaries of Yamaha Corporation, Japan and offers a full line of award-winning low-pitched instruments, sound reinforcement, blurb designation and home party products to a U.S. market. Products include: Yamaha acoustic, digital and hybrid pianos, unstable keyboards, guitars, acoustic and electronic drums, rope and orchestral instruments, marching percussion products, synthesizers, veteran digital and analog audio equipment, Steinberg recording products and NEXO blurb audio products, as good as AV receivers, amplifiers, MusicCast wireless multi-room audio systems, Blu-ray/CD players, earphones, headphones, home-theater-in-a-box systems, sound bars and a disdainful line of Digital Sound Projectors. YCA markets innovative, finely crafted record and party products and low-pitched instruments targeted to a hobbyist, education, worship, music, veteran audio designation and consumer markets.

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