We compare affordable, feature-filled AV receivers from Denon, Onkyo, Sony and Yamaha. But there's one thing you should know first.
If you're having video issues with the latest game consoles, Yamaha receivers will need an internal hardware replacement, while Denon owners can sign up for a free dongle.
The unit integrates both the mechanical and electrical components needed to work into one unit.
It's also got a sub-$10,000 price tag that should have naked bike fans lining up around the block.
With a howling three-cylinder engine, a competent chassis, excellent electronics and a surprisingly affordable price tag, Yamaha looks to have a hit on its hands.
The feature-packed AV receiver pairs a fresh design with excellent performance for movies and music.
The YAS-209 soundbar with Alexa offers excellent sound quality, whether it's playing music or movies.
From headphones to soundbars to subwoofers to software, CNET's audio expert shares his favorite gear for half a grand (or less).
This smaller speaker boosts the sound quality of TV shows and music but it's not the best value.
The RX-V6A and RX-V4A offer thoroughly modern looks, beefed-up features and start at $440.
Yamaha has debuted two new budget soundbars, the SR-C20A and SR-B20A, which offer subwoofer-free designs and HDMI.
Yamaha's MT-03 offers new riders an alternative to the lackluster beginner bikes of days past that's both exciting to ride and nice to look at.