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Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa

Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa

Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
Yamaha MusicCast 20 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music. White. Works with Alexa
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Features

  • Fits any space and style of room, even wall Mountable
  • Stream your favorite music through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplay or Spotify connect
  • Completes your wireless MusicCast stereo or multi-room setup. Stream and control multiple rooms with the MusicCast app for iOS and Android
  • MusicCast stereo/surround-capable. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system
  • Voice control with Alexa via any echo device

Description

The MusicCast 20 makes your music and movies more enjoyable - maybe in ways you never imagined. it's a perfect fit for any space, any decor, and can even be wall-mounted. Pair two together to create a powerful wireless stereo sound. The MusicCast app makes your MusicCast 20 even more versatile. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system. Or listen to music in any room in your home with a MusicCast multi-room setup. Voice control with Alexa through any echo device adds more flexibility for your life.


Product Dimensions 5.2 x 5.9 x 7.9 inches


Item Weight 4.8 pounds


Manufacturer YAMAHA


ASIN B07CLKMRM1


Item model number WX-021WH


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 30 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58,061 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #39 in Wireless Multiroom Digital Music Systems


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 24, 2018


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Features

  • Fits any space and style of room, even wall Mountable
  • Stream your favorite music through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplay or Spotify connect
  • Completes your wireless MusicCast stereo or multi-room setup. Stream and control multiple rooms with the MusicCast app for iOS and Android
  • MusicCast stereo/surround-capable. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system
  • Voice control with Alexa via any echo device

Description

The MusicCast 20 makes your music and movies more enjoyable - maybe in ways you never imagined. it's a perfect fit for any space, any decor, and can even be wall-mounted. Pair two together to create a powerful wireless stereo sound. The MusicCast app makes your MusicCast 20 even more versatile. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system. Or listen to music in any room in your home with a MusicCast multi-room setup. Voice control with Alexa through any echo device adds more flexibility for your life.


Product Dimensions 5.2 x 5.9 x 7.9 inches


Item Weight 4.8 pounds


Manufacturer YAMAHA


ASIN B07CLKMRM1


Item model number WX-021WH


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 30 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58,061 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #39 in Wireless Multiroom Digital Music Systems


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 24, 2018


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Fits any space and style of room, even wall Mountable
  • Stream your favorite music through Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, airplay or Spotify connect
  • Completes your wireless MusicCast stereo or multi-room setup. Stream and control multiple rooms with the MusicCast app for iOS and Android
  • MusicCast stereo/surround-capable. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system
  • Voice control with Alexa via any echo device

Description

The MusicCast 20 makes your music and movies more enjoyable - maybe in ways you never imagined. it's a perfect fit for any space, any decor, and can even be wall-mounted. Pair two together to create a powerful wireless stereo sound. The MusicCast app makes your MusicCast 20 even more versatile. Add a pair to a MusicCast surround-capable AV receiver to provide wireless Surrounds for a 5.1-Channel home theater system. Or listen to music in any room in your home with a MusicCast multi-room setup. Voice control with Alexa through any echo device adds more flexibility for your life.


Product Dimensions 5.2 x 5.9 x 7.9 inches


Item Weight 4.8 pounds


Manufacturer YAMAHA


ASIN B07CLKMRM1


Item model number WX-021WH


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 30 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #58,061 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #39 in Wireless Multiroom Digital Music Systems


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 24, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought this speaker to connect to my Yamaha Rn402 receiver. Specifically to add a speaker to another room. This is the only wireless speaker in the setup. I have 4 rooms of wired speakers and did not want to run wire to the last room so I thought wireless using Musiccast would be easiest option. Here is what I have learned. The wireless speaker will have a noticeable delay in the music when it is connected to an analog input. I have my Amazon Alexa connected to the Yamaha stereo via standard red/white rca plugs. This does not work. I have spent countless hours trying to get support from Yamaha (that is a nightmare in itself. Hour on hold to get disconnected, twice, etc). When Yamaha finally called me back (great guy named Ken that was awesome. wish he was easier to get to) we spent some time figuring it out and concluded that you must use a digital input for the wireless speaker to be in sync with the wired speakers. What does this mean? If you connect Alexa to the receiver, you must use Bluetooth to connect to the stereo. Do not connect with RCA cables, it will not work. Hope this saves someone some time. TL:DR If you connect Alexa to a yamaha reciever to connnect with a musiccast speaker along with your wired speakers, you have to use bluetooth to connect the two or it will not work.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Only works with digital inputs, not analog. Read on to save some frustration;;Caroline;;;I came across this thread while experiencing my own issues with audio dropouts from my surrounds, so I wanted to share my experience. As per Yamaha technical support, when the 20s are being used as wireless surrounds, the receiver creates its own connection to them in order to transmit the audio, the wired/wireless networkconnection is only used to control the power and volume, so signal strength / throughout is of minimal impact (!) Therefore, if you are experiencing audio dropouts in surround mode, you need to make sure that the antennas on the rear of the receiver are vertical, and that there is nothing blocking the path to the surrounds. Also, there is a DFS option in the MusicCast app that when enabled has the receiver perform some channel hopping during link establishment so that it can find the clearest channel on which to transmit the audio signals. I was as surprised as anyone to discover this, but having tested it myself it seems to be the case. I spent many hours futzing with wired/wireless network settings to my surrounds before I got this info, so I suggest anyone with similar issues try this out. Hope that helps.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;How to avoid dropouts when using as wireless surrounds;;Amazon Customer;;;We bought this speaker to connect to Yamaha AVENTAGE Audio & Video Component Receiver that we have bought a few months back. The device arrived on Nov 2nd. My husband has been trying to connect this speaker with the Component Receiver in a way for us to hear the same music in all the zones (upstairs and downstairs). Every night after work he (who is an engineer and a very handy person) spends a few hours trying to figure out what the issue is and tries multiple solutions to get this speaker connected with all the other zones. So far no luck.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Ease of set up;;Fariba Mehran;;;I wanted to use the Yamaha MusicCast 20 speaker for rear surround sound. I thought I'd get just one to start with, and then add another. I ended up returning it for a refund. Why? (1) It was ridiculously hard to get the MusicCast 20 speaker linked by wireless to my Yamaha V475 receiver. It took me two days, with intense Googling for suggestions from forums and from the Yamaha site. The instructions that came with the speaker were all but useless. Eventually I found a forum post telling me that if I plugged an ethernet cable into the speaker and linked it into the MusicCast system, then I could remove the cable and the wireless would work. (2) Now I found out that the Yamaha MuisciCast software would not allow me to add a single unpaired MuisciCast 20 speaker for surround sound. It could run as a mono satellite room speaker, but it couldn't be linked in the surround. Yamaha wanted to force me to buy the pair, or to buy the single MusicCast 50 speaker which functions as a pair within a single housing. (3) So I thought I'd try just using it as a side speaker with lower volume to round out the sound. And now I learned that the sound from the MuiscCast 20 is extremely muddy and blurred. I was comparing to a Bowers & Wilkins M1, which costs slightly more than the Yamaha MusicCast 20. I'm using the Bowers & Wilkins M1 as my cetner speaker. The difference between the sound qualities is like day and night. (4) After I returned the Yamaha MusicCast 20 for a refund, I found that the process had trashed the lip sync on my receiver, making the audio lag behind the video. I fixed this by doing a "factory reset" procedure to restore the Yamaha receiver's settings, and then customizing it back to the way it had been before the MusicCast 20 fiasco.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not Worth the Hassle;;Rudy Rucker

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Caroline - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018
Only works with digital inputs, not analog. Read on to save some frustration
I bought this speaker to connect to my Yamaha Rn402 receiver. Specifically to add a speaker to another room. This is the only wireless speaker in the setup. I have 4 rooms of wired speakers and did not want to run wire to the last room so I thought wireless using Musiccast would be easiest option. Here is what I have learned. The wireless speaker will have a noticeable delay in the music when it is connected to an analog input. I have my Amazon Alexa connected to the Yamaha stereo via standard red/white rca plugs. This does not work. I have spent countless hours trying to get support from Yamaha (that is a nightmare in itself. Hour on hold to get disconnected, twice, etc). When Yamaha finally called me back (great guy named Ken that was awesome. wish he was easier to get to) we spent some time figuring it out and concluded that you must use a digital input for the wireless speaker to be in sync with the wired speakers. What does this mean? If you connect Alexa to the receiver, you must use Bluetooth to connect to the stereo. Do not connect with RCA cables, it will not work. Hope this saves someone some time. TL:DR If you connect Alexa to a yamaha reciever to connnect with a musiccast speaker along with your wired speakers, you have to use bluetooth to connect the two or it will not work.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
How to avoid dropouts when using as wireless surrounds
I came across this thread while experiencing my own issues with audio dropouts from my surrounds, so I wanted to share my experience. As per Yamaha technical support, when the 20s are being used as wireless surrounds, the receiver creates its own connection to them in order to transmit the audio, the wired/wireless networkconnection is only used to control the power and volume, so signal strength / throughout is of minimal impact (!) Therefore, if you are experiencing audio dropouts in surround mode, you need to make sure that the antennas on the rear of the receiver are vertical, and that there is nothing blocking the path to the surrounds. Also, there is a DFS option in the MusicCast app that when enabled has the receiver perform some channel hopping during link establishment so that it can find the clearest channel on which to transmit the audio signals. I was as surprised as anyone to discover this, but having tested it myself it seems to be the case. I spent many hours futzing with wired/wireless network settings to my surrounds before I got this info, so I suggest anyone with similar issues try this out. Hope that helps.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Fariba Mehran - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018
Ease of set up
We bought this speaker to connect to Yamaha AVENTAGE Audio & Video Component Receiver that we have bought a few months back. The device arrived on Nov 2nd. My husband has been trying to connect this speaker with the Component Receiver in a way for us to hear the same music in all the zones (upstairs and downstairs). Every night after work he (who is an engineer and a very handy person) spends a few hours trying to figure out what the issue is and tries multiple solutions to get this speaker connected with all the other zones. So far no luck.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Rudy Rucker - Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
Not Worth the Hassle
I wanted to use the Yamaha MusicCast 20 speaker for rear surround sound. I thought I'd get just one to start with, and then add another. I ended up returning it for a refund. Why? (1) It was ridiculously hard to get the MusicCast 20 speaker linked by wireless to my Yamaha V475 receiver. It took me two days, with intense Googling for suggestions from forums and from the Yamaha site. The instructions that came with the speaker were all but useless. Eventually I found a forum post telling me that if I plugged an ethernet cable into the speaker and linked it into the MusicCast system, then I could remove the cable and the wireless would work. (2) Now I found out that the Yamaha MuisciCast software would not allow me to add a single unpaired MuisciCast 20 speaker for surround sound. It could run as a mono satellite room speaker, but it couldn't be linked in the surround. Yamaha wanted to force me to buy the pair, or to buy the single MusicCast 50 speaker which functions as a pair within a single housing. (3) So I thought I'd try just using it as a side speaker with lower volume to round out the sound. And now I learned that the sound from the MuiscCast 20 is extremely muddy and blurred. I was comparing to a Bowers & Wilkins M1, which costs slightly more than the Yamaha MusicCast 20. I'm using the Bowers & Wilkins M1 as my cetner speaker. The difference between the sound qualities is like day and night. (4) After I returned the Yamaha MusicCast 20 for a refund, I found that the process had trashed the lip sync on my receiver, making the audio lag behind the video. I fixed this by doing a "factory reset" procedure to restore the Yamaha receiver's settings, and then customizing it back to the way it had been before the MusicCast 20 fiasco.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Caroline - Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018
Only works with digital inputs, not analog. Read on to save some frustration
I bought this speaker to connect to my Yamaha Rn402 receiver. Specifically to add a speaker to another room. This is the only wireless speaker in the setup. I have 4 rooms of wired speakers and did not want to run wire to the last room so I thought wireless using Musiccast would be easiest option. Here is what I have learned. The wireless speaker will have a noticeable delay in the music when it is connected to an analog input. I have my Amazon Alexa connected to the Yamaha stereo via standard red/white rca plugs. This does not work. I have spent countless hours trying to get support from Yamaha (that is a nightmare in itself. Hour on hold to get disconnected, twice, etc). When Yamaha finally called me back (great guy named Ken that was awesome. wish he was easier to get to) we spent some time figuring it out and concluded that you must use a digital input for the wireless speaker to be in sync with the wired speakers. What does this mean? If you connect Alexa to the receiver, you must use Bluetooth to connect to the stereo. Do not connect with RCA cables, it will not work. Hope this saves someone some time. TL:DR If you connect Alexa to a yamaha reciever to connnect with a musiccast speaker along with your wired speakers, you have to use bluetooth to connect the two or it will not work.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 13, 2019
How to avoid dropouts when using as wireless surrounds
I came across this thread while experiencing my own issues with audio dropouts from my surrounds, so I wanted to share my experience. As per Yamaha technical support, when the 20s are being used as wireless surrounds, the receiver creates its own connection to them in order to transmit the audio, the wired/wireless networkconnection is only used to control the power and volume, so signal strength / throughout is of minimal impact (!) Therefore, if you are experiencing audio dropouts in surround mode, you need to make sure that the antennas on the rear of the receiver are vertical, and that there is nothing blocking the path to the surrounds. Also, there is a DFS option in the MusicCast app that when enabled has the receiver perform some channel hopping during link establishment so that it can find the clearest channel on which to transmit the audio signals. I was as surprised as anyone to discover this, but having tested it myself it seems to be the case. I spent many hours futzing with wired/wireless network settings to my surrounds before I got this info, so I suggest anyone with similar issues try this out. Hope that helps.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Fariba Mehran - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018
Ease of set up
We bought this speaker to connect to Yamaha AVENTAGE Audio & Video Component Receiver that we have bought a few months back. The device arrived on Nov 2nd. My husband has been trying to connect this speaker with the Component Receiver in a way for us to hear the same music in all the zones (upstairs and downstairs). Every night after work he (who is an engineer and a very handy person) spends a few hours trying to figure out what the issue is and tries multiple solutions to get this speaker connected with all the other zones. So far no luck.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Rudy Rucker - Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
Not Worth the Hassle
I wanted to use the Yamaha MusicCast 20 speaker for rear surround sound. I thought I'd get just one to start with, and then add another. I ended up returning it for a refund. Why? (1) It was ridiculously hard to get the MusicCast 20 speaker linked by wireless to my Yamaha V475 receiver. It took me two days, with intense Googling for suggestions from forums and from the Yamaha site. The instructions that came with the speaker were all but useless. Eventually I found a forum post telling me that if I plugged an ethernet cable into the speaker and linked it into the MusicCast system, then I could remove the cable and the wireless would work. (2) Now I found out that the Yamaha MuisciCast software would not allow me to add a single unpaired MuisciCast 20 speaker for surround sound. It could run as a mono satellite room speaker, but it couldn't be linked in the surround. Yamaha wanted to force me to buy the pair, or to buy the single MusicCast 50 speaker which functions as a pair within a single housing. (3) So I thought I'd try just using it as a side speaker with lower volume to round out the sound. And now I learned that the sound from the MuiscCast 20 is extremely muddy and blurred. I was comparing to a Bowers & Wilkins M1, which costs slightly more than the Yamaha MusicCast 20. I'm using the Bowers & Wilkins M1 as my cetner speaker. The difference between the sound qualities is like day and night. (4) After I returned the Yamaha MusicCast 20 for a refund, I found that the process had trashed the lip sync on my receiver, making the audio lag behind the video. I fixed this by doing a "factory reset" procedure to restore the Yamaha receiver's settings, and then customizing it back to the way it had been before the MusicCast 20 fiasco.