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We don’t spend a whole lot of time focusing on home theater receivers ’round these parts, but we do like AirPlay, and we’re especially fond of audio devices that boast compatibility with the iOS wireless streaming tool out of the box. Yamaha’s RX-V573 and RX-V473 are two of the latest mid-range audio mixers to ship with AirPlay integration — a feature lacking from the company’s past offerings — along with compatibility with the AV Controller app, available for iOS, Android and the Kindle Fire. There’s also a nifty 4K video pass-through feature, which won’t do you much good at present, but may go a long way to future-proofing both devices. There’s not much differentiating the models, save for a $ 100 gap in price ($ 450 for the V473, $ 550 for the V573), and 7.1 channel audio in the pricier model (you’ll find 5.1 channels in the bargain offering). Both flavors include front-panel USB ports (also with iOS compatibility), four HDMI inputs and digital audio inputs, and 115 watts per channel. You can pick up either model now, and there’s a more detailed list of specifications awaiting your gander in the PR after the break.
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We’ve covered more than one electric bike over the years, but the so-called PAS Brace-L Yamaha introduced last year on the Japanese market is probably the nicest looking. And now the company announced [JP] an improved version of its flagship sports bike (which is, for some reason, also called PAS Brace-L).
The new model’s 8.1Ah/25.2V lithium-ion battery can be charged and discharged as often as 700-900 times, twice as often as the battery used in the 2010 model. It takes four hours for a full charge and provides an assisted travel range of 36km in standard mode, 31km in power mode and 47km in auto-eco mode.
Yamaha also used its S.P.E.C.8 system in the new bike, which tracks the driver’s riding behavior (for example how they shift gears or in which intervals they accelerate) and adjusts the level of electric assistance accordingly.
The company also claims it’s the first electric bike in the world whose LCD indicates the assisted travel range, by constantly tracking the mode chosen and battery life.
The Pac-Brace L 2011 is sized at 1,760×530mm (tires: 26 inches) and weighs 23.5kg. It went on sale in Japan today and costs $ 1,950.
Truth be told, there’s precisely no reason for the world to ever see yet another iPod sound system. If we haven’t found one to suffice at this point, we’re very clearly doing it wrong. That said, Yamaha has a knack for cranking out iPod / iPhone sound systems that look just as good (if not better) than they sound, and that’s remaining the case on the PDX-31. Aside from reminding us of the gorgeous Oregon shoreline, this here speaker dock handles iPods and iPhones with a 30-pin Dock Connector, ships in a trio of hues (dark red, black and light gray) and offers up an auxiliary input for those other media players. It also houses a pair of 3.25-inch speakers, dual wall construction and arrives with a bundled remote for good measure. It’ll carry an MSRP of $ 169.95, 80 percent of which is the premium for this thing looking so darn seductive.
Continue reading Yamaha PDX-31 iPod / iPhone speaker dock: too sexy for your 90s era living room
If you long for the days of leisure suits and Magnum PI mustaches, or are just in the market for audio gear to match your arcade and TV, then Yamaha’s new R-S line of receivers might be just the ticket. The R-S700, R-S500, and R-S300 draw inspiration from the audio equipment of the 70s and 80′s and all feature minimal aluminum front panels with André the Giant hand-sized knobs for adjustments. Their throwback looks hide modern day goodies like YBA-10 Bluetooth audio streaming, iPod dock connectivity and a dedicated subwoofer output. Power-wise, the R-S300 provides 50 watts per channel of clean power, while the R-S500 and R–S700 scale the wattage up to 75 and 100 watts per channel, respectively. If you like to keep your power and tuner separate, then the similarly styled A-S500 integrated amp and matching T-S500 tuner can also oblige. Slated to time warp to shelves later this October, pricing starts at $ 330 for the R-S300 and works its way up to $ 550 for the top tiered dual-zoned and dual remote-toting R-S700. With all the retro love going around though, just make sure your short shorts stay in the attic — that history ain’t quite ready to be repeated. For full details on the line, have a peek at the press release after the break.
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src="http://www.slipperybrick.com/index.php?feedimage=wp-content/uploads/2010/09/yamaha-divx.jpg" alt="" title="DivX and Yamaha offer new DivX Plus HD Certified Blu-ray Disc Players" width="500" height="266" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-52190" />IFA 2010 has brought us quite a bit of gear. You can also add the Yamaha DivX Plus HD Blu-ray player initiative to the list. They feature 1080p HD video compression with the help of a MKV container thatâ€™s incorporated in these Blu-ray players.
These are not only 3D-ready, but will also boast universal playback (BD, SA-CD, DVD-Audio/Video, CD) for a variety of media and formats. You can pick up the BD-S1067 in Europe and Yamaha intends to launch additional DivX HD Certified Blu-ray player models in North America.
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Yamaha Japan announced [press release in English] the EC-03 today, an electric 50cc scooter that’s powered by a 50V/14Ah lithium ion battery. The vehicle has a driving range of 43km (at 30km/h on flat roads) per charge. A charge takes six hours, with Yamaha saying that a household electrical outlet (100V) is all you need.
Marketing the e-scooter as a â€œSmart Minimal Commuterâ€, Yamaha claims that each charge will set you back only $0.20 in electricity costs. The vehicle is sized at just 1,565 mm Ã— 600 mm Ã— 990 mm, weighs 56kg and has a minimum turning radius of 1.7m.
The zero-emission e-scooter will go on sale in the Tokyo metropolitan area in September, followed by the rest of Japan one month later (price: $2,850). Available in either white or brown, the EC-03 is expected to cost $2,800. Yamaha is yet to announce international sales plans.
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Full specs and technical information have just surfaced for Yamaha’s 2010 XT1200Z Super Tenere – and it’s immediately clear that BMW’s R1200GS now has a serious competitor in the big-bore adventure sports category. Apart from its adventure credentials – spoked rims, sit-down/stand-up riding ergonomics and the like, it’s also packing some very interesting technology – including a 3-stage traction control module and a super-smart braking system that looks like it might put Honda’s Combined ABS system to shame. Extensive detail images…
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Props to Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine