Yamaha r 2000 receiver

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 The new R-2000 receiver goes beyond ordinary stereo to re-create the full depth, presence and excitement of actually being at a live performance. It's the top of the line of our new R-Series receivers; each designed to bring you pure, accurate musical reproduction. Sound to please the most discriminating audiophile- and features to please the most sophisticated music lover.

 X-Amplifier for more power and cleaner sound.

The R-2000 with our new X-Amplifier is more efficient and more faithful to music than any receiver we've ever built. The circuit design evolved from the nature of music itself. We discovered that true musical crescendos, which require full amplifier power, occur only about 2% of the time. Conventional amplifier designs operate at full power all of the time in anticipation of those loud musical passages. The  remaining 98% of the time, full power isn't required. That means conventional designs waste electricity and produce huge amounts of heat - which shortens component life.

The new Yamaha X-Amplifier works at low power most of the time. A unique comparator circuit switches the amplifier to high power when a lound passage is detected and back to low power when the peak has passed.

As a result, the amp runs significantly cooler than conventional designs, which measurably increases component life. And the X-Amplifier of the new R-2000 is the most  powerful we've ever built into a receiver. It delivers 150 watts RMS per channel with 0,015% THD at 8 ohms from 20 to 20,000Hz. So the new X-Amplifier will easily handle the wide dynamic range of the newest digital and direct-to-disc recording.

 The Spatial Expander.

Normal stereo is limited to the space between two speakers. Yamaha Spatial Expander extends the sound field out beyond the speakers. This wider sound stage recreates the ambience and spaciousness of a live performance. There is more space between musicians, more depth and richness to the overal sound . You get the feeling of live sound without the expense of adding extra speakers or amplifiers. The Spatial Expander works with any good stereo source material. Phono, FM or Tape. For the first time you can enjoy the feeling of sitting front row center at your favorite concert.

Continuously variable loudness control.

At low levels, music sounds like it's missing something. That's because at low volume your ear loses its ability to hear high and low frequencies.

Most "Loudness" controls compensate for this by boosting the high and low frequencies. This can lead to increased distortion. Yamaha found a smoother way. By suppressing the mid-range. And unlike everybody else, we let you adjust the amount of loudness compensation to suit your taste. So at low listening levels you get full, balanced sound without distortion.

The Record Out Function

With Yamaha's independent Record Out, you can record from any source while listening to any other. You can also feed a separate, different signal to a second amplifier and speakers in another part of your home. So you can have two complete home music systems for just the price of an extra amplifier and speakers.

 AutoPhono.

Now you can have continuous music without getting up to switch sound sources. For example you can set the R-2000 to a favorite FM station. Then you can put on a record and the receiver will automatically switch to the phono mode. Once the record is over, the receiver automatically switches back to your favorite station. You're never without sound.

Station-locking Tuning.

Quartz-locked tuning is accurate, But quartz tuning circuits have an internal frequency oscilator which generates RF signals. These signals can be picked up by the tuner and be mixed with the regular audio signal to cause distortion. To solve this problem Yamaha engineers developed a unique microprocessor chip a memory. It stores the exact tuning location of every Am and FM station. When you tune a Yamaha receiver, the microprocessor produces exactly the frequency you're looking for instantly … from its memeory. Tuning is 100% accurate. All you get is clean music.

Pushbutton Tuning.

The Yamaha R-2000 virtually tunes itself. At the push of a  button, the tuning circuitry sweeps the band in the direction you desire. The receiver locks automatically onto the next station - perfectly. You can also pre-select seven FM and AM frequencies for instant access to your 14 favorite station.  We could go on. But hearing is believing. There are six completely new R-Series receivers. Each step up brings  more power, convenience and versatility. All feature the accurate, musical sound quality for which Yamaha has become world-renowed. And naturally, ever Yamaha product is backed by a nationwide network of Preferred Customer Service Centres. The new R-Series receivers will make a dramatic improvement in the enjoyment and realism you get from home music system.  Trully the next step in sound from Yamaha.


Specifications

Minimum RMS Output Power per Channel:

150 W (8Ω, 20 to 20,000Hz, 0,015% THD)

165 W (8Ω, 1 kHz, 0,01% THD)

Total harmonic Distortion:

Phono MC  to Rec Out (3V output) : 0,01%

Phono MM to Rec Out (3V output) : 0,005%

Aux/Tape to Pre Out (2V output) : 0,005%

Aux/Tape to Sp Out (8Ω, 1W) : 0,005%

Main In to Sp Out (8Ω, 1W) : 0,005%

IM Distortion Ratio:

Aux/Tape to Sp Out (8Ω, 75W) : 0,01%

Power Bandwidth (8Ω, 75W, 0,02% THD):  5 to 40,000 Hz

Damping Factor:  Better than 60 (8Ω, 1 kHz)

Frequency Response:  5 to 50,000 Hz

RIAA Deviation

Phono MM (20 to 20,000Hz) : ±0,2 dB

Phono MC (30 to 20,000Hz)  : ±0,3 dB

Input Sensitivity/Impedance

Phono MM (100pF or 220 pF) : 2,5 mV/47 kΩ; 

Phono MM (100pF) : 2,5mV/100 kΩ

Phono MC : 100 µV/100 kΩ

Aux/Tape : 120 mV/47 kΩ

Main In : 1 V/47 kΩ

Maximum Input Level (0,01% THD)

Phono MM (20 to 20,000 Hz) : 250 mV

Phono MM (1 kHz) : 280 mV

Phono Mc (1 kHz) : 11 mV

Output Level/Impedance

Rec Out (phono) : 120 mV/470 Ω

Pre Out : 1 V/430 Ω

Headphone Output : 780 mW (0,015% THD)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF A Network)

Phono MM (5mV, Input Shorted) : 90 dB

Phono MC (500µV, Input Shorted) : 84 dB

Aux/Tape (Input Shorted): 100 db

Main In (Input Shorted) : 120 dB

Residual Noise (IHF A Network):  50 µV

Channel Separation (1 kHz, vol. -30 dB, 5,1 kΩ):

Aux/Tape to Other Channel : -64 dB

Phono MM to Other Channel : -64 dB

Tone Control Characteristics:

Bass (boost/cut) : ±11 dB at 80 Hz

Treble (boots/cut) : ±12 dB at 10 kHz

Center Frequencies

Bass : 80 Hz

Treble : 10 kHz

Presence Control Range : ±8 dB ( Center Frequency)

Center Frequency : 0,8 / 1,6 / 3,2 kHz

Filter Characteristics

Low (Subsonic): 15 Hz, -12 dB/oct

High : 8 kHz, -6 dB/oct

Continuous Loudness Control (Level Related Equalization)

Max. Attenuation : -20 dB at 1 kHz

Rec. Output Level/Impedance (Fixed)

FM (100% mod. 1 kHz) : 500 mV/1,8 kΩ

AM (30% mod. 1 kHz) : 150 mV/1,8 kΩ

FM Section

Tuning Range:  87,6 to 108 MHz

50 dB Quieting Sensitivity

Mono : 2,8 µV (14,2 dBf)

Stereo : 25 µV (33,2 dBf)

Usable Sensitivity

IHF Mono (1kHz 100% mod.)

300 Ω : 2,0 µV (11,3 dBf)

75 Ω : 1,0µV (11,3 dBf)

(1kHz, 30% mod.)

300 Ω : 1,6 µV (9,3 dBf)

75 Ω : 0,8 µV (9,3 dBf)

Image Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 70 dB

IF Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 100 dB

Spurious Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 100 dB

AM Suppression Ratio (IHF):  65 dB

Capture Ratio (IHF):  Local 1,2 dB , DX 2,5 dB

Alternate Channel Selectivity (IHF):  Local 30dB, DX 82 dB

Selectivity (Two Signals):  DX 68 dB

Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 

Mono : 85 db

Stereo : 81 dB

Distortion (Mono)

100 Hz : Local 0,06%, DX 0,1%

1 kHz : Local 0,06%, DX 0,3%

6 kHz : Local 0,08%, DX 0,7%

Distortion (Stereo)

100 Hz : Local 0,07%, DX 0,1%

1 khz : Local 0,07%, Dx 0,5%

6 kHz : Local 0,09%, DX 0,8%

Intermodulation Distortion(IHF)

Mono : Local 0,07%, DX 0,5%

Stereo : Local 0,08%, DX 1,0%

Stereo Separation (Local)

50 Hz : 50 dB

1 kHz : 50 dB

10 kHz : 45 dB

Frequency Response

50 Hz to 10 khz : ±0,3 dB

30 Hz to 15 khz : ±0,3/0,5 dB

Subcarrier Product Ratio :  65 dB

Muting Threshold (DX):  2,8 µ (14,2 dBf)

Auto-DX Threshold:  32 µV (35,3 dBf)

Tuning level Threshold:  56 µV (40,2 dBf0

AM Section

Tuning Range:  525 to 1,605 kHz

Usable Sensitivity (Loop antenna): 200µV (46 dB µ/m)

Selectivity:  30 db

Signal-to-Noise Ratio:  50dB

Image Response Ratio:  40 dB

Spurious Response Ratio:  50 dB

Distortion:  0,3% (1kHz)

Tuning Level Threshold:  3mV (70 dB µ/m)

General Characteristics

Semiconductors

USA, Canada and General : 75 Transistors; 33 ICs; 7 FETs; 70 Diodes; 22 LEDs

Europe and Australia : 78 Transistors; 33 ICs; 7 FETs; 70 Diodes; 22 LEDs

Power Supply

USA, Canada : 120 V, 60 Hz

General : 110 -120 V/220 -240 V,  50/60 Hz

Europe : 220 V, 50 Hz

Britain and Australia : 240 V, 50 Hz

Power Consumption

USA, Canada : 550 W

Europe, Australia : 920 W

General : 330 W

Dimensions (W x H x D):  540 x 122 x 385,6 mm (21¼" x 4¾" x 15¼")

Weight:  13 kg (28 lbs, 10 oz)

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Yamaha R-2000 Natural Sound Stereo Receiver (1981-82)

An original review from July 1981 Audio Magazine is included. The reviewer remarked:

"The Yamaha R-2000 is without a doubt one of the finest receivers I have ever had the pleasure of auditioning and testing. Its power output capabilities are awesome and rather hard to believe when one looks at the relatively small volume of the product."

Nice physical condition, with a few blemishes and scratches, and a small ding on the bottom of the faceplate.  All-in-all, it is not perfect, but quite presentable.

Please note - two of the knobs are not original, and are from an older Yamaha.  They have a brighter finish, but same dimensions and functionality.  See last photo.

All functions and lights in perfect working condition.  Cleaned inside and out, controls deoxidized.

It sounds amazing!  if you haven't heard a vintage Yamaha, you are in for a treat.  I put Yamaha up there with Marantz, Pioneer and Sansui in terms of features, build and sound quality.  

It has an incredible phono section, with adjustable input sensitivity/impedance for both moving magnet and moving coil cartridges.  This is an amazing and rare feature for the vinyl loving audiophile, as you can have two different tables with vary different cartridges, and switch between them with the proper sensitivity/impedance.

In terms of power, this thing will rock a high-school gymnasium, an Animal House frat party, or your entire block. It will shake the walls. It will literally make the drywall vibrate against the studs of my house. And it will do all this with virtually zero distortion. ((((((((assuming you have speakers that can handle all the aforementioned ;)))))))))

Price wise, vintage Yamaha is a deal these days.

From the original Yamaha brochure:

The new R-2000 receiver goes beyond ordinary stereo to re-create the full depth, presence and excitement of actually being at a live performance. It's the top of the line of our new R-Series receivers; each designed to bring you pure, accurate musical reproduction. Sound to please the most discriminating audiophile- and features to please the most sophisticated music lover.

X-Amplifier for more power and cleaner sound
The R-2000 with our new X-Amplifier is more efficient and more faithful to music than any receiver we've ever built. The circuit design evolved from the nature of music itself. We discovered that true musical crescendos, which require full amplifier power, occur only about 2% of the time. Conventional amplifier designs operate at full power all of the time in anticipation of those loud musical passages. The remaining 98% of the time, full power isn't required. That means conventional designs waste electricity and produce huge amounts of heat - which shortens component life.

The new Yamaha X-Amplifier works at low power most of the time. A unique comparator circuit switches the amplifier to high power when a lound passage is detected and back to low power when the peak has passed.

As a result, the amp runs significantly cooler than conventional designs, which measurably increases component life. And the X-Amplifier of the new R-2000 is the most powerful we've ever built into a receiver. It delivers 150 watts RMS per channel with 0,015% THD at 8 ohms from 20 to 20,000Hz. So the new X-Amplifier will easily handle the wide dynamic range of the newest digital and direct-to-disc recording.

The Spatial Expander
Normal stereo is limited to the space between two speakers. Yamaha Spatial Expander extends the sound field out beyond the speakers. This wider sound stage recreates the ambience and spaciousness of a live performance. There is more space between musicians, more depth and richness to the overal sound . You get the feeling of live sound without the expense of adding extra speakers or amplifiers. The Spatial Expander works with any good stereo source material. Phono, FM or Tape. For the first time you can enjoy the feeling of sitting front row center at your favorite concert.

Continuously variable loudness control
At low levels, music sounds like it's missing something. That's because at low volume your ear loses its ability to hear high and low frequencies.
Most "Loudness" controls compensate for this by boosting the high and low frequencies. This can lead to increased distortion. Yamaha found a smoother way. By suppressing the mid-range. And unlike everybody else, we let you adjust the amount of loudness compensation to suit your taste. So at low listening levels you get full, balanced sound without distortion.

The Record Out Function
With Yamaha's independent Record Out, you can record from any source while listening to any other. You can also feed a separate, different signal to a second amplifier and speakers in another part of your home. So you can have two complete home music systems for just the price of an extra amplifier and speakers.

AutoPhono
Now you can have continuous music without getting up to switch sound sources. For example you can set the R-2000 to a favorite FM station. Then you can put on a record and the receiver will automatically switch to the phono mode. Once the record is over, the receiver automatically switches back to your favorite station. You're never without sound.

Station-locking Tuning
Quartz-locked tuning is accurate, But quartz tuning circuits have an internal frequency oscillator which generates RF signals. These signals can be picked up by the tuner and be mixed with the regular audio signal to cause distortion. To solve this problem Yamaha engineers developed a unique microprocessor chip a memory. It stores the exact tuning location of every Am and FM station. When you tune a Yamaha receiver, the microprocessor produces exactly the frequency you're looking for instantly … from its memory. Tuning is 100% accurate. All you get is clean music.

Push button Tuning
The Yamaha R-2000 virtually tunes itself. At the push of a button, the tuning circuitry sweeps the band in the direction you desire. The receiver locks automatically onto the next station - perfectly. You can also pre-select seven FM and AM frequencies for instant access to your 14 favorite station. We could go on. But hearing is believing. There are six completely new R-Series receivers. Each step up brings more power, convenience and versatility. All feature the accurate, musical sound quality for which Yamaha has become world-renowned. And naturally, ever Yamaha product is backed by a nationwide network of Preferred Customer Service Centers. The new R-Series receivers will make a dramatic improvement in the enjoyment and realism you get from home music system. Truly the next step in sound from Yamaha.

Specifications:

Minimum RMS Output Power per Channel:
150 W (8Ω, 20 to 20,000Hz, 0,015% THD)
165 W (8Ω, 1 kHz, 0,01% THD)
Total harmonic Distortion:
Phono MC to Rec Out (3V output) : 0,01%
Phono MM to Rec Out (3V output) : 0,005%
Aux/Tape to Pre Out (2V output) : 0,005%
Aux/Tape to Sp Out (8Ω, 1W) : 0,005%
Main In to Sp Out (8Ω, 1W) : 0,005%
IM Distortion Ratio:
Aux/Tape to Sp Out (8Ω, 75W) : 0,01%
Power Bandwidth (8Ω, 75W, 0,02% THD): 5 to 40,000 Hz
Damping Factor: Better than 60 (8Ω, 1 kHz)
Frequency Response: 5 to 50,000 Hz
RIAA Deviation
Phono MM (20 to 20,000Hz) : ±0,2 dB
Phono MC (30 to 20,000Hz) : ±0,3 dB
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Phono MM (100pF or 220 pF) : 2,5 mV/47 kΩ;
Phono MM (100pF) : 2,5mV/100 kΩ
Phono MC : 100 µV/100 kΩ
Aux/Tape : 120 mV/47 kΩ
Main In : 1 V/47 kΩ
Maximum Input Level (0,01% THD)
Phono MM (20 to 20,000 Hz) : 250 mV
Phono MM (1 kHz) : 280 mV
Phono Mc (1 kHz) : 11 mV
Output Level/Impedance
Rec Out (phono) : 120 mV/470 Ω
Pre Out : 1 V/430 Ω
Headphone Output : 780 mW (0,015% THD)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF A Network)
Phono MM (5mV, Input Shorted) : 90 dB
Phono MC (500µV, Input Shorted) : 84 dB
Aux/Tape (Input Shorted): 100 db
Main In (Input Shorted) : 120 dB
Residual Noise (IHF A Network): 50 µV
Channel Separation (1 kHz, vol. -30 dB, 5,1 kΩ):
Aux/Tape to Other Channel : -64 dB
Phono MM to Other Channel : -64 dB
Tone Control Characteristics:
Bass (boost/cut) : ±11 dB at 80 Hz
Treble (boots/cut) : ±12 dB at 10 kHz
Center Frequencies
Bass : 80 Hz
Treble : 10 kHz
Presence Control Range : ±8 dB ( Center Frequency)
Center Frequency : 0,8 / 1,6 / 3,2 kHz
Filter Characteristics
Low (Subsonic): 15 Hz, -12 dB/oct
High : 8 kHz, -6 dB/oct
Continuous Loudness Control (Level Related Equalization)
Max. Attenuation : -20 dB at 1 kHz
Rec. Output Level/Impedance (Fixed)
FM (100% mod. 1 kHz) : 500 mV/1,8 kΩ
AM (30% mod. 1 kHz) : 150 mV/1,8 kΩ

FM Section:
Tuning Range: 87,6 to 108 MHz
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
Mono : 2,8 µV (14,2 dBf)
Stereo : 25 µV (33,2 dBf)
Usable Sensitivity
IHF Mono (1kHz 100% mod.)
300 Ω : 2,0 µV (11,3 dBf)
75 Ω : 1,0µV (11,3 dBf)
(1kHz, 30% mod.)
300 Ω : 1,6 µV (9,3 dBf)
75 Ω : 0,8 µV (9,3 dBf)
Image Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 70 dB
IF Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 100 dB
Spurious Response Ratio (98 MHz) : 100 dB
AM Suppression Ratio (IHF): 65 dB
Capture Ratio (IHF): Local 1,2 dB , DX 2,5 dB
Alternate Channel Selectivity (IHF): Local 30dB, DX 82 dB
Selectivity (Two Signals): DX 68 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Mono : 85 db
Stereo : 81 dB
Distortion (Mono)
100 Hz : Local 0,06%, DX 0,1%
1 kHz : Local 0,06%, DX 0,3%
6 kHz : Local 0,08%, DX 0,7%
Distortion (Stereo)
100 Hz : Local 0,07%, DX 0,1%
1 khz : Local 0,07%, Dx 0,5%
6 kHz : Local 0,09%, DX 0,8%
Intermodulation Distortion(IHF)
Mono : Local 0,07%, DX 0,5%
Stereo : Local 0,08%, DX 1,0%
Stereo Separation (Local)
50 Hz : 50 dB
1 kHz : 50 dB
10 kHz : 45 dB
Frequency Response
50 Hz to 10 khz : ±0,3 dB
30 Hz to 15 khz : ±0,3/0,5 dB
Subcarrier Product Ratio : 65 dB
Muting Threshold (DX): 2,8 µ (14,2 dBf)
Auto-DX Threshold: 32 µV (35,3 dBf)
Tuning level Threshold: 56 µV (40,2 dBf0

AM Section:
Tuning Range: 525 to 1,605 kHz
Usable Sensitivity (Loop antenna): 200µV (46 dB µ/m)
Selectivity: 30 db
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 50dB
Image Response Ratio: 40 dB
Spurious Response Ratio: 50 dB
Distortion: 0,3% (1kHz)
Tuning Level Threshold: 3mV (70 dB µ/m)

General Characteristics:
Semiconductors
USA, Canada and General : 75 Transistors; 33 ICs; 7 FETs; 70 Diodes; 22 LEDs
Europe and Australia : 78 Transistors; 33 ICs; 7 FETs; 70 Diodes; 22 LEDs
Power Supply
USA, Canada : 120 V, 60 Hz
General : 110 -120 V/220 -240 V, 50/60 Hz
Europe : 220 V, 50 Hz
Britain and Australia : 240 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption
USA, Canada : 550 W
Europe, Australia : 920 W
General : 330 W
Dimensions (W x H x D): 540 x 122 x 385,6 mm (21¼" x 4¾" x 15¼")
Weight: 13 kg (28 lbs, 10 oz)

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Specifications

Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 150 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 5Hz to 50kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.015%

Damping factor: 60

Input sensitivity: 0.1mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 120mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 84dB (MC), 90dB (MM), 100dB (line)

Output: 120mV (line), 1V (Pre out)

Semiconductors: 33 x IC, 7 x FET, 75 x transistors, 70 x diodes, 22 x LED

Dimensions: 540 x 122 x 385.6mm

Weight: 13.3kg

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Reviewed Mar 06th, 2019 by 123DonJr

I have nothing but good things to say about this stereo receive. The sound is so incredibly clean. Just look a the harmonic distortion percentage. The best feature by far is the spatial. When using this feature on some clean vinyl it will have you sitting at a live concert. It has the ability with a flip of the switch on the front panel to Change from MM to MC depending on the cartridge you are running. Also has a pre- out that works just perfect for a powered sub. I'm running KEF 104/2 s with the cube sub and the sound is Crystal clean. Nice rich bass, clear mids and highs with plenty of headroom. This thing cranks out 150 watts
Rms according to spec. I'm guessing it's a lot more than that though. The only thing I dislike is it gets boiling hot. I put a component fan on top and all is good.

 

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For sale is a fully restored Yamaha R-2000 stereo AM/FM receiver. This is Yamaha's top of the line offering from that boasts not only impressive specs (150WPC min into 8 Ohms) but also a myriad of cool, unique and useful features! These include a built in spatial expander unit, a button on the front to separate the preamp and power amp, multiple phono inputs with switcheable MM/MC with cartridge loading options, radio presets (not common in this era!), versatile EQ options...the list goes on and on!

Details on the cosmetic condition and restoration of the unit can be found below. All of the important service manual updates for this unit were implemented.

Cosmetically, overall the unit is in nice condition. The faceplate is clean and free from scratches and the faux wood case has a few marks but minimal peeling and shrinkage (which is common on these). A few of the knobs have some light stains. The entire unit was detailed inside and out. Please study the pics carefully and we can always take additional pictures if necessary.

Electronically, the entire unit was restored carefully using only the best parts. The entire audio path and power supply were rebuilt using upgraded quality capacitors, transistors, diodes etc to ensure longevity. Any electrolytic and tantalum caps were upgraded and all known failure prone silicon parts were replaced. The very hard to source voltage amplifier was upgraded to the latest version and additional heatsinking was added for longevity's sake. All solder joints were gone over with a fine toothed comb and any heat stressed components were also replaced. The digital section was then rebuilt and calibrated to be spot on with the tuner. The tuner itself was very close and only required minimal tweaking to achieve optimal performance. The CMOS backup battery was replaced so that the AM/FM memory function works even if power is removed!

All controls are carefully cleaned multiple times to ensure scratch free, cutout free operation.

All features and functions have been verified to be working properly and with the restoration will continue to do so for many years to come.

We will package and ship this receiver carefully with full insurance.

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