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Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter
- IEEE 802.11b/g/n compatible
- Auto setup by WPS (WiFi Protected Setup)
- Manual setup by PC
- 2 LAN ports to support up to 2 network products
- Power supply via USB from certain Yamaha models
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Wireless Network Adapter YWA-10 allows Yamaha AV products equipped with a NETWORK port and a DC OUT jack (USB) to be connected with a wireless LAN.
Power RequirementsThe YWA-10 can be powered via USB from certain Yamaha models. If your Yamaha model does not have an available USB port, the wireless adapter can also be powered by a 5V / 0.5A USB power supply (similar to the wall/USB charger shipped with most mobile phones).
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If only I had known. You see, I upgraded my RX-795a after many years of reliable service to the RX-A1030. I drooled over the RX-A1010 and then RX-A1020 models, saving my nickels and dimes, until finally I was ready. When I went to pull the trigger, the 1030 had appeared (to replace the earlier models) and I thought "even better, the model I want has just been upgraded!". If I had only known this was a warning sign. While the RX-A1030 model I bought is a fantastic piece of electronics, the whole point of this upgrade was to modernize to the newer standards and connect on-line using the YWA-10BL. My iTunes library, streaming music and firmware upgrades were close at hand and I was finally in a position to connect my new receiver to all my content, wherever I stored it. However, after acquiring this wireless device, my dreams of connected music was quickly and hopelessly dashed. The YWA-10BL is a flaky piece of unsupported junk that has caused me more frustration than enjoyment. This thing will only hold a connection to my receiver if I cycle the power after putting the receiver in standby mode. Only then can I enjoy Pandora, Spotify and firmware. But if I want to use AirPlay, I must appeal to a higher power and hope they look upon me with favor. While I can cycle the power to the 10BL to enjoy Pandora streaming, I just can't seem to find the right trick or prayer to get this AirPlay to work consistently.
I appealed to the Yamaha support techs who were quick to assist and send me a replacement unit. However, when I installed the new one, my excitement was quickly doused as I found the same firmware version present on the new unit. A few minutes later I was connected and then treated to the identical experience that I had before...complete instability and more frustration. Tremendous disappointment overwhelmed me as I contemplated the 10BL's ability to receive upgrades (from its internal menus), but could not find anywhere in the Yamaha community where firmware upgrades were supported.
What is it that I wish I had known before I had set out on this grand debacle? That the RX-A1040 was only a month away from being released to supersede the 1030 and here the WIFI is built in! No doubt it is compatible with itself and supported by firmware upgrades.
I cannot recommend this product for anything other than an electronics recycling bin. Save yourself the frustration of buying a product long abandoned by its manufacturer.
I hooked everything up and the NTGR connected with the WiFi. However since setting the system up, this adapter continually disconnected after multiple times of using WPS, manual reconfiguration, resetting, power off, direct power, and getting a WiFi Extender - hoping this would keep the connection. Needless to say, nothing I did would keep the NTGR connected.
I discovered that the Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter was available; however, I held off as the reviews I read were not highly complimentary and the price was high.
About 1 month ago, while looking through the Amazon.com web site, I found the Yamaha YWA-10BL was on sale for approx. 1/2 price. So being completely frustrated with the NTGR, I ordered the Yamaha YWA-10BL and received it about a week later.
I removed the NTGR and using the WPS instructions provided by Yamaha, had it up and running in about 5-10 minutes. So far, I am extremely impressed with the ease of setup and continuous connection I have with my wireless LAN router. My ITunes is now accessible and it enables the use of the Yamaha receiver's speaker system on AirPlay. I am using the Yamaha App, and was amazed at the music available on "NET RADIO".
I would highly recommend the Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter!! I would have given it five stars but didn't feel that I've had it working long enough to do so.
One review I read said to check out the Netgear WNCE2001. Not wanting to wait for another mail shipment, I got it at the local Best Buy on an Amazon.com price match. Doing the Netgear PC/Ethernet configuration was a snap with zero problems. Disconnected it and hooked it up to my Yamaha A/V receiver. Network connection was fine and NOW my SiriusXM Internet Radio is perfect. Thanks tons to the reviewer of this Yamaha piece of junk that recommended the Netgear alternative.
Now my Yamaha A/V receiver with a Netgear WiFi adapter works perfectly. Maybe Yamaha should get a clue. So don't waste your time experimenting with the YWA-10BL. Get the WNCE2001 for half the price!!
Next item to make and that I would buy is a network connected speaker selector!