Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter

Yamaha RX-V671

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 Requirements

The 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).

Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter

Features 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
Overall Rating: Rating=4.5
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  1. J. Coates says:
    11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    This is just a USB powered wi-fi router, December 14, 2012
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    J. Coates (USA) –
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    This review is from: Yamaha YWA-10BL Wireless Network Adapter (Electronics)

    I bought the Yamaha HTR-4065 on sale at a warehouse store. It has an ethernet jack but, no wireless – despite having airplay, apps, internet radio and other features that you access or access best wirelessly!
    As far as I can tell, this is just a wi-fi router that is powered by the USB connection. WPS is also potentially dangerous as it can be hacked into and your wi-fi passwords can be gotten.
    Another silly thing is that if your Yamaha receiver has its USB on the front (mine does) a cable will be sticking out from the front all the time!
    For the same amount of money (but minus one ethernet port) I think I would rather get an Apple Airport Express. In my case, I will just repurpose an old first gen aging Airport Extreme to the stereo equipment and buy a new Airport Extreme as my main wi-fi base station.
    Originally I tried to extend the network out to the stereo using a first gen Airport Express “g” but, that model does not let you activate the ethernet jack on it when in that mode. Newer “n” Expresses do.
    Yamaha should just include wi-fi and BT in its networkable receivers. It is crazy that I can buy a Roku with latest wi-fi and BT for $89 plus free shipping. If it Roku sells it to the retailer for about $45 (but probably less) and they make it for $23 minus everything but the wi-fi and BT chips; it would probably only add $10 at most for Yamaha to add wi-fi and BT to its receivers.
    Audio companies still do not get it!

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  2. quenlin says:
    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a pretty cool little Wireless Access Point, August 19, 2012
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    quenlin

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    I bought this for use with my RX-V573 since the electrician failed to install the network jack in my AV closet. I gave this 5 stars because it works awesome, is well built and the WPS setup is simple.

    The only thing I wish Yamaha would send with these little gadgets is a usb to ac adapter. My 573 has a usb input on the front, but when you try to do something like a network firmware update to the 573, it wont work because it has to reboot and this causes the YMA-10BL to shut off also and you will loose network.

    Anyway, its really not a big deal. I am currently using my Iphone usb to ac adapter and have the YWA-10BL pluged directly into the wall. This works great and with the power always on, I dont have to go hit the WPS button on my router every time I want to control my 573 with my iphone or stream music to it.

    It also comes with a second network jack which can come in very handy.

    Yamaha has never let me down, but maybe the next version will come with a cool usb to ac adapter with the Yamaha logo on the side of it.

    Last and not least, Amazon rules!!! I live in Alaska and always get my stuff exactly when they say I will get it and many times quicker. Also free shipping on most items. Some companies are still under the impression that UPS doesnt ship ground to Alaska and that Alaska isnt located in the “Continental” United States. Its always fun to reply with, what continent do you think we are on?

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  3. Patrick Robinson "West Seattleite" says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s just a pain to mess with, December 30, 2012
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    Patrick Robinson “West Seattleite” (Seattle, WA USA) –
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    The unit itself gets power from the USB port…fine…but if you want to do the firmware update you must download the data to a flash drive to update your receiver because the unit shuts the power off to the YWA…annoying but ok…
    But trying to get Airplay to work is just truly annoying. It will play audio but not video and if you have an Apple TV too…(the YWA enables the iPad and iPhone apps) it’s never clear which unit, which input, which configuration you are in.

    So..to watch a video from your iPad? Sorry..can’t do it using the YWA-10 since it’s very, very finicky about what it accepts.

    Yamaha tech support is amusing too…poor guys…they honestly have very little clue of the morass they are dealing with…and are apologetic.

    When I told them I have a Mac…they said, “can you borrow a Windows PC? We know how to hook that up.”

    hilarious. The YWA is not a very sophisticated product, costs $100, and is really only useful for a couple of things…Pandora…Net Radio (really?)…and the functions on the ipad …otherwise…just avoid this thing.

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