|Yamaha MCR-140WH Micro Component System is designed to put your favorite music sources within easy reach. It comes with a CD player, an AM/FM radio, USB and mini jack inputs for portable audio devices and a dock on top for an iPod which you can control using its card-sized remote control. It is equipped with a perfectly matched Yamaha digital amp and speakers that are designed for high efficiency that deliver a sound bigger and better than what is expected from components of this size. It features an Advanced Yamaha Active Servo Technology (Advanced YST) that is especially suited for small speakers. It is a distinctive system in which the speaker and amplifier work together to cancel out impedance to produce small low-frequency signals resulting to powerful and accurate bass sound. MCR-140 likewise features Vibration Control Cabinet Structure(VCCS) technology and a special foam rubber that deliver outstanding vibration isolation performance.
For streaming music wirelessly from iPod or iPhone, it is integrated with AirWired (Yamaha original wireless) technology that uses lossless (uncompressed) signal transmission to realize wireless sound quality that is as good as wired. This original wireless technology also features automatic power on and automatic volume control. MCR-140 comes in ten colors which fashionably match your iPodís color. The set-up menu can be accessed only by remote control and offers adjustments for bass, treble and balance. There are also sections for setting the clock, sleep timer and a power saving mode. The CD receiver measures in at 4-3/4″ x 7-1/8″ x 12-1/8″ while the speakers measure 4-3/4″ x 4-5/8″ x 11-1/4″ and is powered by a 15 watt per channel digital amplifier. Its included wireless transmitter operates off your iPhone battery that enables you to charge it without necessarily interrupting music playback. MCR-140 can also accommodate another iPod and other portable media player via the 1/8Ē connection or USB jack. This unit is equipped with a USB port that allows you to enjoy WAV (PCM format only), MP3 and WMA audio files from a USB flash drive.
Posted 2010-11-29 and updated on Dec 29, 2010 8:59am by richard
|Dec 29, 2010 8:59am||This is a test by noel|