- DLNA: Version 1.5
- File format: MP3, WMA, MPEG4, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC, DSD
- Wi-Fi: Yes, with Wireless Direct
- AirPlay: Yes
- Bluetooth: Yes (SBC/AAC)
- Minimum RMS output power: 100W + 100W (8 ohms, 40Hz - 20kHz, 0.2% THD)
- Maximum power (8 ohms, 1kHz, 10%, THD): 140W + 140W
- High Dynamic Power/Channel (8/6/4/2 ohms): 125/150/165/180W
- Frequency response: 0 ± 0.5dB/0 ± 3.0dB
- Signal-to-noise ratio (CD): 100dB (input shorted, 500mV)
- Audio In/Out: 6/1
- Digital input: Yes (Optical/Coaxial)
- Phono input: Yes
- Ethernet: Yes
- Headphone out: Yes
- FM 50dB quieting sensitivity (IHF, 1kHz, 100% Mod., Mono) 3μV (20.8dBf)
- FM signal-to-noise ratio (Mono/Stereo): 65dB/64dB
- Standby power consumption: 0.1W (Network standby on/Wi-Fi connection; 1.8W)
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 17 1/8" x 5 1/2" x 13 3/8"
- Weight: 15.9 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- R-N303 Network Stereo Receiver
Customer Reviews for Yamaha R-N303 Network Stereo Receiver with MusicCast
For the first time when connecting, recommended to connect to internet via cable directly and check for updates firmware. Output terminal for 4 speakers and can connect wireless speakers with music cast app up to 9 speakers.. Just Great!!
1 year ago
I looked at this unit and figured it would fit the application as I also required a phono input and I wanted a decent power amp. I wasn't swayed by the additional WiFi connectivity.
When I first got things connected up and running, my first thought was sending the unit back. The sound quality and power seemed lacking, and though I didn't want the WiFi connections, I still dug into it trying to make things work. The WiFi light just kept blinking.
I struggled with that to the point I just left it alone. I loaded batteries into the remote because I read it was needed to get into other areas of the receiver.
I moved through the options and I went into the volume trim where I bumped it up to 10. Things started to take shape as I checked the CD operation, tuner and phono section. I began to have second thoughts.
The next day, the WiFi light stayed on steady so I downloaded the MusicCast app onto my phone and tablet. I tried the Net Radio but it didn't offer me much it seemed. I then decided to set-up a Pandora account and things really became interesting. In fact, through it all, I discovered Pandora is a better option than I thought. I now even play it on my motorcycle using my phone and it works very well. Better than Sirius, which I cancelled a few months ago.
Anyway, after having this Yamaha receiver for about 5 days now, I am enjoying the sound and I really like the WiFi connectivity. I even played music from my laptop via WiFi.
The cabinet this is in stays nice and cool, which the old system always made very warm and required fans to help keep cool.
I say give this unit a chance.
over 2 years ago
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Customer Q & A
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The short answer is maybe.
Some powered subwoofers have both line input (from sub output not included on the R-N303) and Speaker Inputs. I believe the only powered subwoofer we sell that includes speaker level inputs is the Sonance Impact i8.
The Yamaha R-N602 stereo receiver includes a subwoofer pre output.