Home Theater

Yamaha’s popular entry-level A/V receiver gets even better with Bluetooth

Yamaha's R-S202 is an update to last year's R-S201, keeping the same price point and audio quality while introduction a key feature that was missing from the original model: Bluetooth connectivity.
Home Theater

Yamaha’s latest MusicCast pieces allow even older gear to go multiroom

Yamaha continues to bolster its MusicCast multi-room audio lineup with the addition of the WXA-50 Wireless Streaming Amplifier and WXC-50 Wireless Streaming Preamplifier, both of which allow any audio gear to work with MusicCast.
Home Theater

DTS:X arrives for Yamaha receivers thanks to a new firmware update

Over the summer Yamaha announced six new models in its Aventage line of A/V receivers, with support for DTS:X promised to come later for three of them. Now that firmware update has finally arrived.
Home Theater

Don’t want to spend too much on a receiver for your new 4K TV? Meet the Yamaha RX-V381

If you've just laid out significant cash for a new 4K TV and don't want to spend too much on an A/V receiver to match, the new entry-level Yamaha RX-V381 might be just the thing you're looking for.

Yamaha’s three-wheeler motorcycle concept is headed to production

Yamaha's three-wheeled motorcycle concept is now headed for production with an 847cc in-line three-cylinder engine. The concept made its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show this past October.

Unreasonable need for speed? Take a spin on the world’s fastest motorcycles

Forget Safety First for just a moment and thrill to the kind of bikes that epitomize the power of the motorcycle and don't apologize for being just really frikkin' fast.
Cool Tech

Yamaha's motorcycle-riding robot calls out Valentini Rossi to a challenge on the racetrack

Motobot is a motorcycle-riding robot designed to operate motorcycles in the same way humans would so it can test new safety features and bike systems. Yamaha hopes to beat MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi on the racetrack, but…

Yamaha’s Sports Ride concept is designed to feel more like a motorcycle than a car

Yamaha has traveled to Tokyo to show it still has what it takes to build cars. Shaped like a shrunken-down supercar, the Sports Ride concept weighs less than 1,700 pounds thanks to the widespread use of carbon fiber.

Yamaha will introduce its first vehicle concept at the Tokyo Motor Show

Yamaha will reportedly introduce its first vehicle concept at this year's Tokyo Motor Show. The motorcycle manufacturer has never made a vehicle in its 126-year history, though there has been a design study made by an independent party.