Yamaha A-S2200 Integrated Amp

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Model: A-S2200BL UPC: 027108958637 Item: 3135

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A performance fit for the global stage and inheriting many features from its big brother, the A-S2200 delivers an authentic, powerful yet somehow elegant and emotional Hi-Fi sound. Absolute musicality from a luxuriously beautiful instrument.
  • Fully balanced circuit design from input to speaker out
  • Large toroidal power transformer with enormous energy delivering an authentic Hi-Fi sound
  • Gorgeous level meters convey dynamics and music pulse with a nod to the nostalgic Hi-Fi era
  • Thick wires for ground connection contribute to low impedance design for a wide and open sound stage
  • Mechanical ground concept maximizes rigidity for expressive and rhythmic bass

Toroidal power transformers, renowned for their superior performance in Hi-Fi components has been appointed to power the A-S2200. Its ability to maintain energy when compared to substitutes aids the A-S2200 in delivering all the emotional energy of the artist infused in the music.

The level meters are both a nod to the nostalgic era of Hi-Fi while simultaneously demonstrating the importance of pure Hi-Fi for today’s discerning enthusiast. Visually presenting the dynamics and pulse of the music, the level meters imbue a warm feeling through their softly illuminated LEDs.

A naturally open sound stage is achieved through a culmination of design and component selection. Thick wires for ground connection were purposely selected, adding to the overall low impedance amplifier design, producing a wide and open sound stage for the listener. Consequently, the components disappear, leaving the artist in their place.

Cut directly from pure brass, the luxurious speaker terminals effortlessly allow tightening by hand, achieving a highly secure connection.

The Mechanical Ground Concept adopted in the A-S2200 maximizes rigidity and reduces any unwanted vibration, achieving expressive and rhythmic bass. Further rigidity is achieved with the large power transformer, block capacitors and heat sink directly bolted to the chassis while the feet, with bolts directly welded to the main chassis, provide further reinforcement for absolute rigidity.

Completing the amplifier rigidity are the heavy-duty chrome-plated brass feet.



  • Rated Output Power [20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.07% THD]: 90 W ? 90 W (8 ohms), 150 W ? 150 W (4 ohms)
  • High Dynamic Power/Channel (8/6/4/2 ohms): 105/135/190/220 W
  • Damping Factor: ? 250 (1 kHz, 8 ohms)
  • Frequency Response: +0 / -3 dB (5 Hz-100 kHz) , ?0 / -0.3 dB (20 Hz-20 kHz)
  • RIAA Equalization Deviation: ?/-0.5 dB (PHONO (MM/MC))
  • Total Harmonic Distortion (20Hz to 20kHz):
    • PHONO MC→LINE2 OUT: 0.02 % (1.2 Vrms)
    • PHONO→LINE2 OUT: 0.005 % (1.2 Vrms)
    • CD, etc./BAL→SP OUT: 0.035 % (50 W/8 ohms)
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
    • PHONO MC: 90 db
    • PHONO MM: 96 dB
    • CD, etc.: 110 dB
    • BAL: 114 dB
  • Input Sensitivity: [1 kHz, 100 W/8 ohms]
    • PHONO MC: 150 uVrms/50 ohms
    • PHONO MM: 3.5 mVrms/47 kohms
    • CD, etc.: 200 mVrms/47 kohms
    • MAIN IN: 1 Vrms/47 kohms
    • BAL: 200 mVrms/100 kohms
  • Transformer: 625VA (Toroidal)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 17-1/8" x 6-1/8" x 18-1/4"
  • Weight: 50.0 lbs

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Customer Reviews for Yamaha A-S2200 Integrated Amp

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Rated 5 out of 5
A True Analog Retro Time Machine
I bought this Integrated from WWS about a year ago and decided to wait until I had sufficient time to listen to it with several different speakers before commenting. Although some prospective purchasers will only notice that outwardly it resembles the less expensive A-S-1200, it should be noted that the A-S-2200 is a fully balanced unit that remains stable at high loads.
When I was looking for adequate power in the $5,000 to $6,000 range for my Bowers & Wilkins 702 Signature speakers my concern was whether the power unit could handle low impedence down to 2 ohms. The B&W's are rated at 90 db but they are power intensive and while a lesser amp could power them nicely, a larger amp provides deeper bass and texture to these amazing speakers.
The Yamaha engineers are so confident about this amplifier that it is rated down to 2 ohms and with large capacators and a stable torridal transformer, the A-S2200 pushes sound quietly and is rated at 105 watts per channel, 190 at 4 ohms and 220 at 2 ohms. It powers the 702 Signatures without breaking a sweat and at $4,500, is built like a tank.
One note: it is a classic analog A/B amplifier with ultra modern componants but no DAC or streaming....I added a McIntosh MB500 streamer in the aux input and solved that issue. The MM/MC built in is a nice touch but I still use an external MC step up as I find separates are better in sonic quality, but it is a nice, efficient upgrade. The only other nod to modernity is the XLR input (using the McIntosh with those).
Frankly, there is a reason the A-S2200 is often out of stock or on backorder: it simply goes about its business in an uncolored and quiet manner. The ability to handle low impedence at this price point makes it a value in this class.
Very pleased and again, World Wide Stereo delivers on customer service.
September 8, 2023


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