Yamaha MCRB142PI Microphone Rose
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- Description du produit: Yamaha MCR-B142
- Type: Micro set
- Couleur: Rose
- Puissance évaluée de RMS: 30W
- Taille du woofer: 11 cm
- DHT. distorsion harmonique totale: 0,07%
- Type de bandes supportées: FM
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
The bass is beautiful, but the highs on a violin concerto from this Yamaha unit send chills down me. Super clear. I then bought one for my son for Christmas. He loves it. Then I bought one for work. Boring Saturdays in the office, I crank this thing up and the time flies. I especially like the Blue Tooth feature. I can control the unit from my iPhone anywhere in the office. Very nice!
I am buying my fourth one today for the exercise room in the house. More expensive than a cheap Sony Boombox (but the sound just kicks those boomboxes). Less expensive than similar Bose units (but the sound is as good).. Highly recommended.
I have had it for two weeks now, I personally listen to this stereo 40 or more hours per week, so far over 100 hours, and at work the stereo literally runs 24-7. I think I made the best choice I could have made and honestly do not believe there is a better stereo out there that would have been a better choice.
I have heard the Bose system and it doesn't come close to the Yamaha, the Bose has great high end sounds but they get lost when out of direction of the speakers but the Yamaha has a nice clean crisp thump on the low end as long as you don't attempt to use this stereo for something it was not intended. I keep the volume at a flat 40 when connecting my phone using Bluetooth.
I was a little shocked when it arrived, it is smaller than I expected, but a very clean, sleek ascetically pleasing package with simple controls. The only thing I wish they would have done different is have a way to lock the speakers to the main unit so the speakers and unit would always stay lined up.
Another thing that takes getting use to is when one person is paired up to the stereo via Bluetooth and they un-pair from the stereo it turns the power to the stereo off and you have to turn it back on to pair up to the stereo with a new device.
The last thing that bothers me is if you turn volume up too loud there is a point where the speakers start to rattle. Like I said I keep it at 40 out of 50 max. So the speakers can only handle about 80% of the power the amplifier produces. They should have either powered down the amp a little of put in better speakers, one of the two, they are not perfect matches.
Overall - I would give this unit like 4.25 stars.
Really!? How can this not support iPod classic? I mean those are the high capacity iPods. They do list the supported iPods, and the classic is not listed, but I thought that it had to be an omission by error....Nope! So, my bad for expecting it to work. The iPhone 5 is supported, but you either need to use the USB connector or have one of the 30 pin adapters so you can dock it.
The USB port will play mp3 files from a thumb drive, but it plays in the order that the files were created on the drive (sorted by time stamp!) Also, It does not seem to support the mp3 tags. So, yes it works... But it is totally useless if you want to select an album or play a playlist. There is no point to the USB except to connect your supported iPod/iPhone/iPad using the cable.
There is an aux input, which I use to connect an iPod dock that I have, so I can use my iPod classic this way. This is annoying though, because now it looks cluttered on my kitchen counter and I thought I was getting an all-in-one system.
Bluetooth works as expected, I can use my smartphone to stream audio files stored on my phone, and all the audio from my apps... Sirius-xm, pandora, iheartradio, etc...
Cd player supports cd text (for those CDs that have artist, album, and song names embedded).
Audio is quite good, not like Bose sound wave or Cambridge sound works, but still quite good.
I'll keep it because for some reason the red one that I purchased was $100 cheaper than the other colors at the time, so this offsets my disappointment about the iPod classic non-support.
But I see this is currently at $399.00... Keep an eye the prices. I got my red one here on amazon for $261.00 (with prime shipping) just over 2 weeks ago.
The system is worth it for the price that I paid, definitely NOT worth $400. You may as well go with BOSE for that kind of money.
I knew I read the specs right!!!
Amazon has a misprint on the specs!
From Yamaha site
usa.yamaha [dot] com/products/audio-visual/hifi-systems/mcr-b142_u/?mode=model
(Go to the "Features" Tab)
iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone, iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad 2, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch® (1st through 5th generation) and iPod nano® (2nd through 7th generation).
*Notice it specifies iPod touch® (1st through 5th generation)
From Amazon site
iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone, iPad (3rd and 4th generation), iPad 2, iPad, iPad mini, iPod (1st through 5th generation) and iPod nano (2nd through 7th generation).
*Notice that it does NOT specify iPod touch (1st through 5th generation)