Yamaha has a rich history of speaker development, drawing inspiration from piano soundboards and musical instruments. Yamaha continues to boldly explore new speaker materials and design to achieve uniform timbre over the entire frequency range.
The original timbres of music are created through acoustic sound design, not electrical means. The shape of the sound is defined and designed by the housing, component placement and materials.
High-quality sound is determined by the production of desired resonances and cancellation of others. The same care, tools, innovation and approach to control vibration in musical instruments is applied to Yamaha audio gear.
Full-range sound in any space without ground noise. That's the principle behind power amplifier circuit design technologies employed by Yamaha. Our power transformers drive sound with extraordinary purity, conveying enhanced dynamism and transparency in musical sounds.
Musical sound is influenced not only by where it's played, but also the environment of the listener. Yamaha adjusts for this to deliver sound as the artist intended, whether it's via Yamaha Parametric room Acoustic Optimizer (YPAO) for AV receiver calibrations or adaptive technologies in our headphones that adapt to you and your environment.
Yamaha technologies reproduce sound field, returning and releasing audible elements in the spaces where they perceptibly should exist. This is achieved through state-of-the-art, high-performance technology that can be found in our AV receivers, sound bars and even headphones for immersive, surround sound listening experiences of your favorite movies and shows.