Yamaha R-N803 Stereo Network Receiver - Hands On Review

With a vast array of analog and digital inputs, hi-res streaming, a massive 145 watts-per-channel, and built-in room correction software, the Yamaha R-N803 stereo network receiver is a predator that’s chasing older, less capable amplifiers off a cliff. If you are serious about your sound, want 21st century listening convenience, and don’t want to tap into your vacation fund to get it, this is one of the very few devices that you'll want to get your hands on.

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