Nobody knows sound better than Yamaha. The company is a world leader when it comes to musical instruments and audio equipment – getting the sound right is literally their job.
This dedication to True Sound spreads across the entire range, from headphones to turntables. Whether you’re in your living room, commuting to work or relaxing on the beach, choosing Yamaha means there’s no need to compromise.
True sound explained
True Sound isn’t just a slogan – it’s the spirit that underpins Yamaha’s full sonic range. The goal of each product is to express the sound as the artist intended it, based on three key elements: tonal balance (helping you hear sounds you couldn’t before); dynamics (conveys the contrast between tenderness and power); and acoustic image (giving you a sense of space and status). All of this adds up to True Sound.
Wireless Speaker WS-B1A
This portable speaker offers up to 12 hours of battery life and is IP67 water/dust resistant, making it ideal for barbecues and holidays. It is only 10cm high, and can be fixed to the wall with a single screw, so you can also find space for it almost anywhere in your home. Group it with the CC-T1A Charging Stand to keep it topped up and ready to go.
MusicCast Vinyl 500 Turntable
The first network turntable, Yamaha’s MusicCast Vinyl 500 supports fast Wi-Fi for hassle-free wireless connectivity – so there’s no chance of its simple lines being spoiled by tangled wires on the back.
Equipped with an amplifier, the Vinyl 500 can connect to your existing amplifier or integrate into a networked MusicCast setup. It spins vinyl like a dream, of course, but its musical magic doesn’t end there: Spotify, Deezer, Tidal, and other popular streaming services are included, plus Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay 2.
TW-E7B Wireless Earbuds
These buds go wherever you are. With up to 22 hours of battery life (6 hours + 16 hours from the charging case), water resistance, and advanced ANC to kill outside noise with incredible accuracy, you can always immerse yourself in your music.
Optimizer technology uses in-ear microphones to dynamically correct sound, adjusting for small changes in the fit of the earphones. It’s Yamaha’s way of ensuring the real sound stays true.