Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of this Yamaha product. • You can enjoy the high-quality stereo sound of this integrated amplifier at home. • To use the product properly and safely, we suggest that you read this manual and the “Safety Brochure” thoroughly.
Part Names and Functions Front panel A (Power) switch/indicator NOTICE A (Power) switch Power status Indicator If you plan not to use the unit for an extended period of time, be sure to unplug the power plug from the AC Lit brightly outlet.
SPEAKERS selector Switches sets of speakers connected to the SPEAKERS L/R CH A and B terminals on the rear panel as follows: OFF: No audio signals will be output from the speakers. A: Audio signals will be output from the set of speakers connected to the A terminals.
Part Names and Functions Front panel BASS control INPUT selector/indicator Adjusts the volume level of the bass range. Selects the input source. The indicator for the selected input source lights up. Audio signals of the selected Adjustable range: −10 dB – 0 – +10 dB input source will be output at the LINE 2 OUT jacks.
Feet Note If the unit is unstable, adjust the height of the feet as • If MAIN DIRECT is selected as the input source, audio needed by rotating them. signals will not be output at the PRE OUT, LINE 2 OUT or PHONES jacks.
Part Names and Functions Rear panel BAL (balanced) input jacks AUTO POWER STANDBY switch ON: The unit enters standby mode automatically if it Note is left turned on and not operated for eight hours Set the ATTENUATOR selector and PHASE selector (Auto Power Standby function).
PHONO input jacks MAIN IN jacks Connect external components that feature a volume CD input jacks control function so that you can use this unit as a power amplifier. GND (Ground) terminal If you connect your turntable to this unit, ground it to NOTICE the GND terminal.
Part Names and Functions Remote control Infrared signal transmitter Outputs infrared control signals toward the unit. (➔ page 14) A AMP key Turns on the power to the unit or switches it to standby mode. (➔ page 6) Input select keys Select the input source.
LAYER key: Toggles the playback layer of a hybrid super audio CD between “Super audio CD” and “CD.” Note Some Yamaha tuners or CD players might not support the tuner or CD player control keys.
Part Names and Functions ■ Installing batteries in the remote ■ Operating the remote control control Operate the remote control in the range shown below by pointing it toward the remote control sensor on the front panel of the unit. Remove the battery compartment cover.
Connections Connection diagram CAUTION Be sure to complete all connections before plugging in the power cable to an AC outlet. (➔ page 22) CD player or network CD player featuring player featuring XLR jacks RCA jacks (➔ page 20) Tuner Speaker A (R channel) (➔...
NOTICE If a component is connected to the MAIN IN jacks, the unit’s volume level will be fixed. Therefore, do not connect a CD player or other components that do not feature volume adjustment to the MAIN IN jacks. Otherwise, a loud sound may be emitted, resulting in malfunction of the unit or damage to the speakers.
Connections Connecting speakers ■ Using speaker cables Note • Because this power amplifier is of the floating balanced type, the following connections are not possible. Remove approximately 10 mm of insulation - Connecting between two “+” (or two “−”) terminals of from the end of each speaker cable, and the left and right channels (Fig.
Bi-wired connection A bi-wired connection separates the woofer from the mid Note and high ranges. Speakers that support bi-wired All connections must be correct: L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to connection feature two pairs of terminals (total four “+”, and “−”...
HOT pin at the balanced output jacks on the component. Note • Select NORMAL (pin #2 is HOT) for a Yamaha player. Yamaha AV receiver or • Do not use balanced and unbalanced connections for one other component that features component simultaneously.
Connections Connecting the power cable After all connections are complete, plug the power cable into the AC IN connector of the unit, and then plug the power plug into the AC outlet. Rear panel of this unit Supplied power cable To outlet...
Appendix Specifications Rated output power (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.07% THD) Maximum input / signal voltage (1 kHz, 0.5% THD) 2-channel driven PHONO (MC)..........2.0 mVrms PHONO (MM)..........50 mVrms [Model for Asia] 8Ω ............90 W + 90 W CD (or similar)..........
Channel separation (JEITA, 1 kHz/10 kHz) specifications as of the publishing date. To obtain the PHONO (MC)........66/77 dB or higher latest manual, access the Yamaha website and PHONO (MM).........90/77 dB or higher download the manual file. CD (or similar)/BAL......74/54 dB or higher...
Appendix Problem Cause Remedy page The + and − wires are connected in There is a lack of bass Connect the speaker wires to the correct + and − reverse at the amplifier or the and no ambience. phase. speakers. Incorrect input or output cable Connect the cables properly.