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Yamaha YWA-10 Wireless Network Adapter


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About Yamaha YWA-10

The Yamaha YWA-10 Wireless Network Adapter can be used to connect a Yamaha network AV receiver to a wireless home network. The YWA-10 connects to the Ethernet port on the back of your Yamaha network receiver and communicates directly with your wireless router. It's powered by the DC out jack or USB port of the receiver, so there is no need to take up an additional electrical outlet. The YWA-10 even has a second Ethernet output that can be used to provide network access to another device such as a Smart TV or Blu-ray Disc player.

Yamaha YWA-10 Features

  • The device is IEEE 802.11b/g/n compatible
  • The YWA-10 incorporates two LAN ports to support up to 2 network products
  • The device is bus powered or can be powered via the USB port so there is no need to take up an additional electrical outlet
  • The YWA-10 can be manually setup by a PC
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard for easy and secure wireless network set up and connections, which is supported by the YWA-10
  • The YWA-10 allows Yamaha AV products equipped with a network port and a DC out jack (USB) to be connected with a wireless LAN
  • Compatible models include the RX-V473, RX-V573, RX-V673, RX-V773 (please note, a YWA-10 is included with the RX-V773WA) RX-V671, RX-V871, RX-A710, RX-A810, RX-A1010, RX-A2010, RX-A3010, RX-A1000, RX-A2000, RX-A3000, RX-Z11, RX-V3900, RX-Z7 and the RX-V2065
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