- Minimum RMS power: 100W + 100W (8 ohms, 20Hz - 20kHz, 0.019% THD)
- Maximum power: 145W + 145W (8 ohms, 1kHz, 10% THD)
- Dynamic power per channel (8/6/4/2 ohms): 140W/170W/220W/290W
- Network: LAN (DLNA version 1.5 (DMR)), Wi-Fi
- Supported formats:
- MP3, WMA, MPEG4 AAC 48kHz
- 320kbps WAV, FLAC, AIFF 192kHz
- 24-bit, ALAC96kHz
- 24-bit DSD 2.8/5.6MHz
- Version: 2.1 + EDR
- Profile: A2DP, AVRCP
- Audio codec: SBC, AAC (receiving only)
- Analog audio (CD, Phono, Line 1, Line 2, Line 3): 5
- Optical Digital: 2
- Coaxial Digital: 2
- USB: 1
- Analog audio (Line 2, Line 3): 2
- Headphone: 1
- Subwoofer: 1
- Speaker: 2 (4 terminals)
- Trigger out: 1
- Tuner: FM/AM
- Standby power consumption
- 1.8W (wired, network standby on)
- 1.8W (Wi-Fi, network standby on)
- 1.9W (wireless direct, network standby on)
- 1.8W (Bluetooth, network standby on)
- With antenna up: 17 1/8" x 8 1/2" x 15 7/16"
- Without antenna: 17 1/8" x 6" x 15 7/16"
- Weight: 24.3 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- R-N803BL Network Receiver
- Remote control
- Batteries (x2)
- Power cord
- YPAO microphone
- FM antenna cord
- AM antenna cord
Customer Reviews for Yamaha R-N803BL Network Receiver with MusicCast
11 months ago
My vinyl collection never sounded better paired with an efficient pair of speakers you don't need a lot of volume to fill a room. Like the fact that you don't have to use your iphone to listen to internet radio & SiriusXM after you download MusicCast unlike the Marantz N1200. Just wish you would add and update to Amazon Music like your MusicCast turntable so I wouldn't have to steam using my Iphone. Only have used for 2 days, In my opinion it needs a several hours of break-in.
The room EQ setup is worth it (YAPO) during the configuration you can hear if there are any differences between the LT & RT speakers plus you don't have fiddle with speaker placement.Pure Direct is a plus. The MusicCast app works well on my Iphone XS just be sure to download the US version. Like I said after initial setup you don't need it if you are not using a multi room wireless setup.
To sum things up if you just want HIFI stereo at a reasonable price and not into surround sound from your TV that will rattle the fillings in your teeth the R-N803 fits the bill well.
Customer Q & A
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using the Yamaha Rec Out and Tape In RCA jacks. You can refer to the Bose 901 owners manual for detailed EQ instructions. So yes, the Yamaha has the capability to connect Bose EQ. Thanks again.