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Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black

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Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black

A compact shelf system with big, room-filling sound, the MCR-B020 is easy to use and supports a wide range of music source options.

Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black

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  • CD player and AM / FM radio. Frequency Response – 50 Hz – 20 kHz (-10dB)
  • Bluetooth wireless streaming. Bluetooth maximum communication range is 33 feet
  • Aux. input for connecting a music player or computer
  • USB port for mobile device charging
  • Remote control included
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What customers say about Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black

  1. Anonymous says:
    221 of 223 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great balance of functionality, quality, and price; Muddy (but appropriate) lows, May 2, 2016

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    This review is from: Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black (Electronics)

    My son has recently become interested in music, and has been listening to local radio stations on his clock radio when getting ready for school in the morning, and before bed at night. The last few months have demonstrated that this is more than a passing phase, so we decided to get him an actual stereo for his birthday. We wanted something relatively small, with radio / CD / Bluetooth, with two speakers, and decent enough sound to last him from his pre-teens through college – or whenever he was old enough to appreciate the sound of a better system, and go earn enough money to buy one.

    I had no idea what mini component systems cost nowadays, but I did have a budget in mind of around $100-200. I was willing to spend less if stereos had become such a commodity that good ones could be had for a song, or perhaps a bit more if I found a significantly better “adult” model that would really last him for a long time.

    As it turns out, cheap stereos are cheap, and good stereos are expensive. Surprisingly, there wasn’t much competition in the segment of the market where this Yamaha MCR-B020BL model sits. There were a lot of lower-end models that had similar specs for around half the price as the Yamaha. The ones I saw in-person had a you-get-what-you-pay-for sound and build quality, with commensurate reviews online. Most of those also seemed to have a 1980s, bigger-is-better boom box motif that favored excessively large plastic parts and garish aesthetics designed for impressing impressionable onlookers with their heft. On the other end of the spectrum, there were small units for more discerning listeners – and even veritable audiophiles – with audio capabilities that increased linearly, and price tags that increased exponentially.

    In the sweet spot where I was looking, there were really only two stereos to choose from: this Yamaha MCR-B020, and the Onkyo CS-265. The Yamaha seemed to be a new model at the time I was shopping, so I found no reviews of it. After reading the user manuals for both the Yamaha and Onkyo, and reading many reviews of the latter, I ultimately chose the Yamaha for a variety of factors that I won’t itemize here. I will, however, include my list of pros and cons for the Yamaha MCR-B020:


    + Great value, as measured by functionality and build quality relative to the sale price, as one would expect of a Yamaha audio product

    + Small size; big enough enclose its functional parts, without excess

    + Two speakers that you can place right next to the receiver for an all-in-one look, or separate more widely for a better stereo experience

    + FM / AM radios, with antennas. Note that the North American model does have an AM radio, even though some descriptions of the unit say that it’s FM-only.

    + CD player (1 disc)

    + Bluetooth connectivity – and Bluetooth 4.0, in particular. I wanted a stereo system that my son could use for playing songs from his tablet. We have all of our CDs ripped to our mobile devices, and he’s also discovered YouTube and Pandora. I’ve been a long-time Bluetooth hater due to its abysmal performance in many of my personal and work devices, but since Bluetooth 4 came out, I’ve changed my tune. I specifically wanted a stereo with Bluetooth 4, and this one has it.

    + Remote control, including sleep timer and alarm. I wanted to set the stereo up across the room, facing the bed, for listening in the morning and night. The remote makes it easy to enjoy when lounging in bed, as do the sleep timer and wake-up alarm feature.

    + Large enough display screen to use as a clock. When playing music, the words on the display are too small to be read from across the room. This is fine, and reasonable for a compact system such as this. Fortunately, when you turn the stereo off, the entire display turns into a large clock which is easily visible from across the room. This feature allowed us to reclaim some of the limited shelf space that was being occupied by a clock radio and repurpose it for housing this stereo.

    + Simple controls. This is particularly true of the onboard buttons and dials; they’re appropriately simple, and obvious for a child or non-technical person to use. Note, however, that many of the features are available from the remote only. I find the remote easy-to-use too, but just realize that you’ll need to hang on to the remote, even if you don’t use it frequently, to do things like auto-program the tuner.

    + 1/8″ stereo and USB inputs. You can also connect devices via a 1/8″ stereo port on back, or a USB port on top. We probably won’t use these much, given the availability of the Bluetooth connectivity, but I like to have a wired option on all of my speakers/receivers, just in case. I’m sure this stereo will outlast the current Bluetooth spec, if not Bluetooth itself, and it’ll be nice to be able to use it as a…

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  2. Anonymous says:
    63 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A great looking, good sounding micro radio/CD player, July 26, 2016
    Milt Jaehnig (Beaverton, OR United States)

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    This review is from: Yamaha MCR-B020BL Micro Component System Black (Electronics)
    I needed a compact AM/FM radio with a CD player for a patio room we built. I had considered the overpriced Bose products but was turned away by the price and many reviews. I chose the Yamaha system based upon the many positive Amazon reviews and the Yamaha reputation in audio equipment. My expectations were modest for what I intended for its use; I have a high quality stereo elsewhere in the house so the Yamaha will have only occasional use in the patio room.

    I received the order promptly. It was well packaged and the three components were nicely wrapped in foam sheets. Very neat and tidy. Upon unwrapping the two speakers and the main box I was very pleased with the ‘lowboy’ design and ascetics of the three units side-by-side. It has a very classy, unobtrusive look that first appealed to me when looking online. The physical weight of the speakers and main unit is surprisingly more than one would expect. The manual is well written and clear, after two pages of don’t do stupid things with your new product.

    Hook up is quick and the remote control intuitive. Although my primary use will be FM followed by CDs and then occasionally AM radio I was quite surprised at the AM sensitivity using the included small loop antenna ( I miss the days gone by when stereo receivers had the ferrite loopstick antenna which drastically improved AM reception). The auto tune-memory feature worked well and programmed more than two dozen FM stations. I found it simpler to use the auto-tune to make the presets and then go back and delete the ones I did not want. I then played a high-quality Mozart CD and was quite surprised at the sound quality. I did not hear any boomy bass that others have reported. The unit has an equalizer function to emphasize bass and treble but I have not played with this yet; the default sound was great as-is.

    Overall my first impressions are quite positive and I am very happy to have chosen this Yamaha product at half the price of a Bose wave radio (without CD !!). I can’t speak to the longevity of the Yamaha system but I hope it will provide listening pleasure for many years. I highly recommend this product.

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