Yamaha A-S1200 Amplifier


Yamaha  A-S1200 Amplifier



The smallest of the three, the A-S1200, carries many of the same features as the 5000 series amps - although it doesn't look much different from its predecessor. A Dimmer position has been added to the Meter selector, but there is no "Natural Sound" inscription on the logo. The designations of the power switch have also changed - that's all the differences.


Yamaha  A-S1200 Amplifier


Traditional dial gauges - a tribute to the nostalgic era of Hi-Fi - have remained in their place. On the rear switching panel, the System Connector port has been replaced by a USB service connector, and the RCA Line 2 marking with the designations “Rec” and “PB” has been replaced with more modern “Out” and “In”. Machined from pure brass, the massive screw terminals of the speaker cable are the same as before.


The A-S1200 features a toroidal transformer commonly found in flagship Hi-Fi components. The system uses thick ground wires based on a mechanical concept inherited from the A-S2200 and A-S3200 models. The classic design body rests on rigid silver-plated metal feet.


Yamaha  A-S1200 Amplifier






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