News & Events
Landmark S3000 Series unveiled at the Australian Audio & AV Show
Comprised of the A-S3000 stereo amplifier and CD-S3000 SACD/CD player, the S3000 Series promises to continue the legacy established by an enviable back-catalogue of ground-breaking audio products - some of which have evolved to become regarded as ‘legendary’ in Hi Fi circles today.
Advanced training for new flagship AVENTAGE models
With the recent release of AVENTAGE Separate Components, Yamaha Music Australia has provided an advanced training course to resellers who have committed to stocking the flagship pairing.
AV receivers to support Spotify Connect
Yamaha announced today that it will support Spotify Connect. Spotify Connect is a new home audio experience giving you effortless control of your music across your phone, tablet and speakers with millions of songs built in. Spotify Connect will be available on all 2013 released Yamaha network receivers via a firmware update.
New flagship pre-amplifier/power amplifier launched
The new CX-A5000 Pre-Amplifier and MX-A5000 Power Amplifier, although retaining the AVENTAGE badge, breaks completely new ground and positions it in a league of its own at the very pinnacle of the company’s home entertainment range.
AVENTAGE Series IV Released
Following the recent release of the RX-A830 and RX-A730 AV receivers from Yamaha’s much-anticipated AVENTAGE Series IV, the remaining three models which complete the company’s premium home theatre offering have been unveiled.
Introducing AVENTAGE Series IV
Now into its fourth year, Yamaha’s AVENTAGE Series serves as the company’s premium line of home theatre receivers demonstrating the latest innovations and uncompromising construction techniques to bring studio-grade performance into the home.
Yamaha debuts first AV receiver with Digital Radio in Australia
Yamaha’s recently-launched ’75 Series brandishes a number of new features to get excited about - and perhaps none more so significant than the introduction of digital radio on the RX-V500D.
'75 Series AV Receivers released
Following on from the success of Yamaha’s acclaimed ‘73 Series which positioned the AV receiver at the heart of the smart home, Yamaha Music Australia releases its latest range of RX-V Series AV receivers with the launch of the first five models from the range. The latest instalment, dubbed the ’75 Series, is characterised by its scope of options with the RX-V475 and RX-V675 available in a new Titanium finish, and sees the introduction of digital radio (DAB+) on Yamaha’s RX-V500D for the first time in Australia. Other hallmarks of the series include enhanced connectivity for Android devices via Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) and Pandora® internet radio integrated on all network models within the series.
New '75 Series bolstered with RX-V675 and RX-V775 AV receivers
In 2012, the RX-V673 AV receiver gained international acclaim by winning the prestigious What Hi Fi Sound and Vision Award for the hotly contested ‘Product of the Year - Home Cinema Amplifier’ category. Its successor, the RX-V675, builds on this legacy by adding innovation inspired by the new ’75 Series to its repertoire of features.
Smart RX-V475 and RX-V575 AV receivers launched
Adopting ‘Simply Smart’ as its motto, the recently launched ’75 Series from Yamaha promises user-friendly innovation when it comes to entertainment in the home. The RX-V475 and RX-V575 are the second and third receiver models in the series, following on from the entry-level RX-V375. Both are network models that deliver on ‘smart’ functionality including app control, network streaming and now Pandora® internet radio.