Yamaha Audio Gallery

 

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Company information:

 

Yamaha started in 1887 by Torakusu Yamaha. Through the years Yahama has always been big in manufacturing studio gear and instruments such as organs, harmonicas, pianos, guitars, acoustic guitars, amps, speakers, mixer boards and many many more. In 1954 Yamaha manufactured their first motorcycle, the YA-1, Yamaha throughout the years also manufactures ATVs, ATCs, Generators, jet boaters, kayaks wave runners scooters, snowmobiles, kart engines and many many more sports and motor vehicles. In 1968 Yamaha produces its first line of hi-fi stereo equipment. In 1973 Yamaha sports equipment manufacturing diversifies into tennis rackets. In 1983 Yamaha launches the DX7 and DX9 digital synthesizers and in 1982 Yamaha introduces a compact disc player, the CD-1. Yamaha is one is the best when it comes to quality.

 

More history and information is available at Yamaha's website.

 

Website: http://www.yamaha.com

 

 

 

Yamaha Audio Equipment

 

Yamaha classic audio equipment gallery. This gallery contains vintage 1950s - 1980s audio equipment. Yamaha stereo receivers, and cassette decks.

 

Note: Galleries do not go in any specific order. We do try and keep older equipment at the top of each list as the lists goes down to newer.

 

 

 

Yamaha Stereo Receivers

 

Yamaha Stereo Receiver Model CR-1020

Yamaha Stereo Receiver Model CR-2020

Yamaha Stereo Receiver Model CR-840

 

 

 

Yamaha Cassette Decks

 

 

 

 

Yamaha Integrated Stereo Receivers

 

Yamaha Stereo System Model MS-3PE

 

 

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