The output power of the Pioneer SX-10AE is 45 W/channel with an impedance of 8 Ohm, which is quite a bit versus the Yamaha R-S202BL were depending on the resistance, the amplifier gives different power - from 125 W to 180 W at 8 - 2 Ohm, respectively). In addition, the manufacturer focuses on high signal-to-noise ratios, which aimed to improve sound quality. The receiver supports almost all current audio file formats, including Hi-Res. There is Bluetooth for connecting mobile devices, and in terms of the multi-room platform, there is a native FireConnect, as well as DTS Play-Fi and Chromecast.
Yamaha R-S202 is a classic stereo receiver with a conventional tuner capable of working with radio signals in the AM and FM bands. However, the receiver is equipped with a Bluetooth adapter capable of receiving a digital stream from mobile gadgets. The Yamaha R-S202 receiver offers a very comfortable interpretation of musical material with a slight emphasis on the middle part of the sound range. In Pioneer SX-10AE vs Yamaha R-S202BL review, it’s worth highlighting one important point, such as the lack of support for two sets of speakers in the Yamaha R-S202.
The Yamaha R-S202BL is better receiver in this comparison. Check Yamaha R-S202BL price