Yamaha A-S501 vs Yamaha R-N602

A-S501 vs R-N602 comparison chart

Overall
Yamaha A-S501
8.7
Yamaha R-N602
9,5
9
9
10
10

Yamaha A-S501 vs Yamaha R-N602 review

Yamaha A-S501
vs
Yamaha R-N602

Looking to do a new stereo setup and narrowed down with Yamaha A-S501 vs Yamaha R-N602 integrated amps. Based on our rating, A-S501 has a total rating of 8.7 out of 10 vs 9,5 out of 10 for R-N602.

Advantages Yamaha A-S501 over Yamaha R-N602

  • Better Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) in stereo: 0.01% vs 0.04%

Advantages Yamaha R-N602 over Yamaha A-S501

  • Better signal-to-noise ratio: 100dB vs 99dB
  • Bluetooth enabled
  • Integrated amplifier with built-in display

Common strengths

  • Have speaker A/B switching
  • Pure direct mode available
  • Bass control available
  • Treble control available
  • Balance control available
  • Optical digital inputs
  • Coaxial digital inputs
  • Moving Magnet (MM) Phono stage
  • Have a pre-out for sub
  • USB ports
Votes 12 12
Rating 3.6 3.6
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Yamaha R-N602

Feb 28, 2020

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Common

Product

Yamaha A-S501
Yamaha R-N602

Model

A-S501
R-N602

Brand

Yamaha
Yamaha

Reviews

378
49

Amplifier

Channels

2
2

Power output (RMS), W/Ohm

170/8, 200/6
160/8, 210/4

Power output per channel, W/Ohm

85/8, 100/6
80/8, 105/4

Output Impedance, Ohm

8, 6
8, 4

Frequency response

10Hz-100KHz
20Hz-20KHz

THD in stereo, %

0.01
0.04

Signal-to-noise ratio, dB

99
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

1/0
2/0

Coaxial digital input/output

1/0
2/0

Phono (MM) input

1
1

Subwoofer output

1
1

Headphone outputs

1
1

USB

1
1

Preamplifier outputs (pair)

0
0

Main inputs (pair)

0
0

Line level inputs (pair)

8
5

XLR inputs (pair)

0
0

Record outputs (pair)

2
0

DC trigger output (12V)

0
0

Remote control input/output (IR)

0/0
0/0

RS-232

0
0

Additional features

Auto power off

Built-in display

Power

Power consumption, W

240
190

Power consumption standby, W

0.5
0.1

User manual

Manual

Dimensions

Size W x H x D, cm/inches

43.5 x 15 x 38.7/17.1 x 6 x 15.2
43.4 x 14.9 x 39.1/17.1 x 5.9 x 15.4

Weight, kg/lbs

10.3/22.7
9.7/21.6
Yamaha A-S501
Yamaha R-N602
Yamaha A-S501
Yamaha R-N602

Integrated amplifiers CHooseratoR comparison rating

  • better
  • worse
  • 8.7
  • 9,5
  • 8.7Yamaha A-S501
  • 9,5Yamaha R-N602

The Yamaha R-N602 is better integrated amplifier in this comparison - check Yamaha R-N602 price.