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    Speakers

    I know this is not a motor operated toy, but it is a YAMAHA product I want to talk about.
    I want to share with you the Yamaha Outdoor speakers to those who may be looking into buying outdoor speakers. I researched and read and listened to several "outdoor" speakers to put out in our patio by the pool and I narrowed my search down to the Yamaha NS-AW350 Outdoor speakers. they are about 150.00 cheaper than Bose and actually sound better to me then the Bose 251's I was looking at. If you plan to buy an outdoor speaker, check out the Yamaha NS-AW350. they come in white and black. I found mien on E-Bay for 99.00.





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    yamaha makes excellent quality musical instruments and equipment

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    billy lol i have 4 of them around my pool ..talk about surround sound the kids love it when i pop in the jungle and tropicle music ...try it out

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    cool...I may have to get two more to completely "surround" my pool !!! KNR

    I have an ole' skool Marantz stereo pushing it right now. takes abotu 30 seconds for it to warm up. I need to upgrade the receiver to a newer one.
    This has to be every bit of 30 years old. but still soudns great with lots of power.

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    cool...I may have to get two more to completely "surround" my pool !!! KNR
    I agree with that, its solid advice that i would follow myself.

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    I have an ole' skool Marantz stereo pushing it right now. takes abotu 30 seconds for it to warm up. I need to upgrade the receiver to a newer one.
    Those are some of the nicest amps ever made. Even their bottom-of-the-line consumer products from the 70's are still running. Marantz was the shitz.

    Depending on your model, there is a market for it. I've "read" specs on some of their models with THD of less than .001% with off the charts signal to noise numbers.

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    Depending on your model, there is a market for it. I've "read" specs on some of their models with THD of less than .001% with off the charts signal to noise numbers.
    Listening to it, You can tell it is that 'Ole Skool clean crisp power too !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951
    Depending on your model, there is a market for it. I've "read" specs on some of their models with THD of less than .001% with off the charts signal to noise numbers.
    Listening to it, You can tell it is that 'Ole Skool clean crisp power too !
    Noooooooooo, you hate that amp, and was going to ship it to me for Christmas!!!

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    when you sit on Santa's lap this weekend at the mall, make sure you put it on your wish list :P

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    Marantz

    I have a Marantz 2270 running my Yamaha speakers and subwoofer. I have had it since 1978. I have changed the speakers a few times, but I love this amp.

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