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Yamaha CRX-330


$300.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Integrated dock - doesn't require an additional accessory for basic iPod connectivity. Good manufacturer warranty - 2 years. Well made - built with milled aluminum.

The Cons:Very deep - takes up a fair amount of space from front to back. Lacks additional RCA inputs on the back - limits connectivity options. Limited iPod navigation via the remote control.

The Yamaha CRX-330 is a compact A/V receiver designed for high sound quality and topnotch bass. It features a CD player for MP3/WMA playback, an FM player with 30 preset stations, and an integrated iPod Dock that charges iPods and also boasts a remote control for convenient changing of songs.

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Plus, the CRX-330 receiver includes a display that lists the song playing, as well as the artist. Additional features of the Yamaha CRX-330 include a subwoofer-out for adding a subwoofer, a USB port for accessing USB memory devices, and a 20W + 20W high RMS power output. The Yamaha CRX-330 retails for $299.95 and comes with a 2 year limited warranty.

Features

  • Compact A/V Receiver
  • High Sound Quality & Bass
  • CD Player
  • FM Player w/30 Presets
  • Integrated iPod Dock
  • Display
  • Subwoofer-Out
  • USB Port
  • 2 Year Limited Warranty

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Pros
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    integrated dock - doesn't require an additional accessory for basic iPod connectivity

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    good manufacturer warranty - 2 years

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    well made - built with milled aluminum

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    looks good with its sleek black brush metal front

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    well suited for small to medium sized rooms

Cons
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    very deep - takes up a fair amount of space from front to back

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    lacks additional RCA inputs on the back - limits connectivity options

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    limited iPod navigation via the remote control

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    doesn't have HD radio, DVD-Audio, SACD or HDCD support

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