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Yamaha MCR-140

Yamaha MCR-140 The Yamaha MCR-140 is a micro-component audi Read more

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Overall 8

Yamaha MCR-140

19 October 2010
  • Conclusion: Yamaha’s MCR-140 offers more features and connectivity than most iPod docks and an art-deco appearance that should appeal to a wide range of shoppers. Its sound quality, while not without its limitations, is good enough for most listeners to appreciate. Also, the wireless adapter is a nice thought and provides superior sound quality when compared to many other wireless options, but its bulkiness and limited range make it more of a novelty than a practical feature.
  • Pros: Supports multiple external connections, CD Player, USB and FM/AM Tuner on board, Superior wireless iPod sound quality
  • Cons: Bulky wireless iPod transmitter, Limited wireless range
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Overall 8

Yamaha MCR-140

What Hi-Fi?
14 August 2010
  • Excerpt: If there were a world record for the number of colour-ways for a product, then this Yamaha micro system would definitely have a shot. With no fewer than 10 different hues to choose from, even the harshest of colour critics should be satisfied. An abundance of colourful finishes isn't the only selling point of the MCR-140. The main receiver includes a CD player and DAB/FM radio. The system also features a new version of Yamaha's AirWired wireless streaming technology.
  • Pros: Wireless streaming, DAB radio, vibrant sound, impressive bass weight
  • Cons: Coarse edge to vocals and treble
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