Yamaha R-N602 Review and Specs

Yamaha R-N602A striking example of the symbiosis of the latest technological solutions and the classical approach both in circuitry and in design, can be shown in this Yamaha R-N602 review. Follow it for more Yamaha R-N602 specs.

Yamaha R-N602 review

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Specs and features

Here we have 80W at 8 Ohms of power. By combining an integrated discrete amplifier, an FM tuner and a multimedia network player in one package that supports the proprietary MusicCast multi-room system technology, Yamaha has offered an almost perfect component around which you can build a modern music system. The digital-to-analogue conversion is entrusted to the Texas Instruments Burr Brown DSD1791 chip, capable of processing not only a 24-bit / 192 kHz PCM stream, but also material in the DSD format. The receiver output stages are made on pairs of Sanken A1695 / C4468 transistors. To cool them, a cast fin radiator is used, which occupies a central place inside the receiver. Power is provided by the large and heavy Bando transformer.

Design and build

The central place on the front panel of the Yamaha R-N602, made of metallized plastic, expertly simulating brushed aluminum, is given to a large information display. It also housed a large volume control, a Pure Direct button, a USB port for online connection of external drives, a speaker switch and headphone output. You can integrate it into a computer network either via an Ethernet connection or wirelessly - a Wi-Fi adapter that supports today's fastest 802.11n protocol is built into the device.

Yamaha R-N602

Connectivity

The P-N602 is equipped with a digital audio input with optical and coaxial connectors. The optical connector is designed to receive audio from a TV, and coaxial to receive sound from a Blu-ray player. The signal remains in digital form, providing clear, dynamic sound from any source for high-quality viewing of sports and other programs. The P-N602 is equipped with the latest Bluetooth technology, making wireless connectivity more convenient than ever. You can enjoy music from your smartphone or tablet wirelessly using this Bluetooth connection. You can also transfer music from it to Bluetooth headphones for personal listening or Bluetooth speakers.

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • There is Phono input for connecting a turntable with an MM cartridge
  • The receiver output stages are made on pairs of Sanken transistors A1695 / C4468

Cons

  • Fixed power cable

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Common features

Product

Yamaha R-N602

Model

R-N602

Brand

Yamaha

Reviews

44

Amplifier

Channels

2

Power output (RMS), W/Ohm

160/8, 210/4

Power output per channel, W/Ohm

80/8, 105/4

Output Impedance, Ohm

8,4

Frequency response

20Hz-20KHz

THD in stereo, %

0.04

Signal-to-noise ratio, dB

100

Audio features

Digital to analog converter (DAC)

BurrBrown 192 KHz/24-bit

Speaker A/B switching

Pure direct mode

Connectivity

Wi-Fi

Bluetooth

Ethernet (RJ45)

Control

Bass

Treble

Balance

Remote control

Extensive connection

Optical digital input/output

2/0

Coaxial digital input/output

2/0

Phono (MM) input

1

Subwoofer output

1

Headphone outputs

1

USB

1

Preamplifier outputs (pair)

0

Main inputs (pair)

0

Line level inputs (pair)

5

XLR inputs (pair)

0

Record outputs (pair)

0

DC trigger output (12V)

0

Remote control input/output (IR)

0/0

RS-232

0

Additional features

Auto power off

Built-in display

Power

Power consumption, W

190

Power consumption standby, W

0.1

User manual

Manual

Dimensions

Size W x H x D, cm/inches

43.4 x 14.9 x 39.1/17.1 x 5.9 x 15.4

Weight, kg/lbs

9.7/21.6
Yamaha R-N602
Yamaha R-N602

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