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Yamaha A-S501

Stereo integrated amplifier with built-in DAC (Black)

Item # 022AS501B

Powering your speakers is about more than just brute force.

Powering your speakers is about more than just brute force.

Item # 022AS501B

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About the Yamaha A-S501

Power and finesse

Powering your speakers is about more than just brute force. The Yamaha A-S501 offers an excellent balance of power and agility, so your music sounds dynamic and bold without sounding bloated or distorted. In addition to its ample power output, this integrated amplifier employs a symmetrical circuit layout from inputs to outputs, along with an anti-resonance chassis. This keeps distortion and interference from cluttering the signal, for sound that's clean and clear. Your stereo speakers will come to life, for an engaging, detailed performance. Engage Pure Direct listening mode to bypass tone and loudness controls, for an even purer signal.

Power and finesse

Powering your speakers is about more than just brute force. The Yamaha A-S501 offers an excellent balance of power and agility, so your music sounds dynamic and bold without sounding bloated or distorted. In addition to its ample power output, this integrated amplifier employs a symmetrical circuit layout from inputs to outputs, along with an anti-resonance chassis. This keeps distortion and interference from cluttering the signal, for sound that's clean and clear. Your stereo speakers will come to life, for an engaging, detailed performance. Engage Pure Direct listening mode to bypass tone and loudness controls, for an even purer signal.

Connect your TV and Blu-ray player

The A-S501 has six pairs of analog RCA inputs, including a phono input for connecting a turntable. But music sources aren't the only possibilities: optical and coaxial digital audio inputs let you bring video devices into the fold. Connect a TV or Blu-ray player to these inputs, and enjoy movie sound through your stereo speakers with this amp. It's a cost-effective way to build an excellent two-channel rig in your TV room that offers dynamic sound with a wide stereo image.


Product highlights:

  • 85 watts x 2 channels into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.019% THD
  • 4-ohm capability allows use with a wide range of speakers
  • ToP-ART (Total Purity Audio Reproduction Technology) combines a symmetrical circuit layout along with anti-resonance construction for high-quality sound with minimal distortion
  • Pure Direct mode allows music signals to travel the shortest possible route through the unit's circuitry for cleaner sound
  • optical and coaxial digital audio inputs
  • 6 RCA audio inputs, including MM (moving magnet) phono input
  • Bluetooth®-ready with optional Yamaha YBA-11 adapter (not included)
  • subwoofer output
  • two pairs of RCA recording outputs
  • signal-to-noise ratio: 99 dB (CD)
  • two pairs of gold-plated binding-post speaker connectors with front-panel switching
  • 1/4" headphone jack
  • remote control
  • 17-1/8"W x 6"H x 15-1/4"D
  • weight: 22.7 lbs.
  • warranty: 2 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # A-S501BL

What's in the box:

  • Stereo integrated amplifier
  • Remote control (RAS13)
  • 2 "AA" batteries
  • Owner's manual (En/ Fr)
  • Warranty information (US/CA)
  • On-line product registration information
  • "Yamaha Worldwide Representative Offices" note

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Features & specs

Performance Specs
Watts RMS per Channel (8-ohms) 85
Watts RMS per Channel (6-ohms) 100
Watts RMS per Channel (4-ohms) Not given
Frequency Bandwidth 20-20k
THD 0.019%
Minimum Impedance 4 ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio 99
Digital Music Features
Built-in DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) Yes
Bluetooth No
Wi-Fi N/A
Total Analog Inputs 6
Phono Input Yes
Optical Digital Inputs 1
Coaxial Digital Inputs 1
USB Input No
Preamp Outputs Sub
Headphone Output 1/4"
Dimensions and Warranty
Width (inches) 17-1/8
Height (inches) 6
Depth (inches) 15-7/16
Weight (pounds) 22.7
Parts Warranty 2 Years
Labor Warranty 2 Years

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"Natural Sound" Concept: Yamaha, with a long history of over 125 years as a musical instrument maker, also has a high reputation for HiFi components. Yamaha's A-S501 integrated amplifier takes advantage of this rich experience and high technological expertise. Based on the concept of "Natural Sound", for reproducing all music as it really sounds, and built with scrupulous care from circuit design to basic sound production, the A-S501 reproduces high sound quality and musically rich sound.

Proprietary Yamaha Technologies: The Yamaha AS-501 integrated amplifier employs proprietary Yamaha technologies for optimum performance and sound reproductions.

  • ToP-ART Design: When processing and transmission of the audio signal is simple and direct there is less chance of it being affected by noise and distortion. Yamaha's amplifier design technology called "ToP-ART" features an I/O (input to output) Direct Symmetrical Design, with left and right channels organized in a straight, symmetrical layout for highest signal purity.
  • ART (Anti-Resonance and Tough): In addition, the ART (Anti-Resonance and Tough) Base bottom chassis and a solid center bar provide high-rigidity support and vibration damping.

High Current Amplifier: The Yamaha A-S501 features a dynamic, high current stereo amplifier with low impedance drive capability. The amp is rated at 85 watts x 2-channels, measured from 20-20 kHz into 8 with 0.019% THD (100 watts x 2-channels, measured from 20-20 kHz into 6 with 0.038% THD).

High Quality Parts: Custom-made power transformer, custom-made block capacitors, two direct signal path speaker relays, one-point grounding system, aluminum-extruded heat sinks and other top-quality parts effortlessly handle demanding audio signal conditions. The quality of each individual part, as well as how they work together, basically determines the sound quality of any component. Yamaha uses only very high quality parts, carefully selected and tested.

Sophisticated Front-Panel Design: With a beautifully simple and unique design inherited directly from Yamaha's HiFi audio components, this amplifier also boasts an easy-to-operate button layout. The aluminum front-panel has a richly textured silver hairline finish. The control knobs are also of the same luxurious construction as used on our top-end models. The rotary encoder makes it quick and easy to select input sources. The luxury hairline finish material offers a nice tactile feeling. LEDs clearly show which source is selected, so you can easily switch sources even in a dark room


Pure Direct Mode: The Pure Direct mode causes the music signals to travel the shortest possible circuit route, bypassing the buffer amp and the tone, loudness and balance controls to virtually eliminate any signal degradation for the purest sound quality.

Variable Loudness Control: The A-S501 also features a new analog loudness control on the front-panel that uses electronic volume for higher sound quality, which lets you adjust the loudness effect as desired. Separate from the overall volume, this controls the balance of the low- and high- frequency sounds, providing full tonal range at any volume level; compensating for the natural loss in the human ear of high and low frequencies at soft levels.

Tone Controls: The integrated amplifier features independent bass (20 Hz) and treble (20 kHz) controls so you can increase or decrease the low and high frequency response (+/-10dB). You can also adjust the output balance of the left and right speakers.

Impedance Switch: The integrated amplifier features a rear-panel impedance switch to match the impedance level of the speakers connected. Choose High or Low:

  • High: Select High if using one set (A or B) of speakers with impedance of 6-ohm or higher; when bi-wiring the impedance of the speaker must also be 6-ohms or higher.
  • Low: Select Low if using one set (A or B) of speakers with the impedance of 4-ohm to 6-ohm; if using two sets (A and B) of speakers simultaneously, the impedance of each speaker must be at least 8-ohms; when bi-wiring the impedance of the speaker must also be 4-ohms to 6-ohms.

Simple Remote Control: The clean, simple design of the remote control provides easy-to-understand one-hand operation. The easy-to-use design makes it simple to adjust song volume and order. The remote has a sophisticated looking hairline finish that matches the design of the amplifiers. You can also use the remote to control a Yamaha CD/SACD player.

Auto Power Standby: The amplifier has a power management function that detects when it hasn't been used for a long time (about 8 hours) even though the power is on, and automatically shifts it into standby mode. So even if you forget to turn it off, power consumption will be minimized.


Gold-Plated Terminals: The Yamaha A-S501 has gold-plated terminals for all of its inputs and outputs. These gold-plated terminals ensure a high quality connection that prevents signal loss.

Analog & Digital Inputs: The Yamaha A-S501 integrated amplifier offers analog & digital inputs for connection of a variety of home audio components.

  • RCA + Phono: The Yamaha integrated amplifier is equipped with six analog stereo (RCA) inputs for connecting external analog audio sources, including a turntable. The Phono input can be used to connect a turntable with an MM phono cartridge to play vinyl records. The unit's Phono input also features a ground terminal.
  • Optical & Coaxial Digital Inputs: The A-S501 is equipped with both optical (toslink) and coaxial (RCA) digital audio inputs. The optical and coaxial inputs will accept 2ch PCM (not Dolby Digital/DTS). The audio stays in the digital domain, giving you pure, pristine dynamic sound for all your entertainment sources, from sports and other programs to movies and concerts.

Recording Outputs: There are also two pair of RCA outputs for recording audio through the amplifier to recording device.

A & B Speaker Terminals: The Yamaha integrated amplifier features binding post terminals for its A & B speaker outputs. You can use the A & B speaker outputs to power two pair of speakers, or bi-wire a single pair of compatible speakers. The terminals are not 5-way binding posts because a plastic collar prevents their use with spade lugs and they are too far apart for dual banana plugs.

Sub Output: A terminal for connecting a subwoofer is provided, allowing you to increase the bass output of your system for a more powerful sound with better overall sound quality

Headphone Output: The A-S501 integrated amplifier is equipped with a front-panel 1/4" headphone output for connecting a pair of headphones (sold separately). When a set of headphones is plugged in, the speaker outputs are automatically muted.

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18 questions already asked

I have a Kenwood system from late 80"s with a double cassette deck. My Kenwood amp has plug-ins for the "Tape". Can I plug my cassette deck into this amp in addition to phono and cd?
[ Joe  Oct 26, 2020 ]
1 answer
Short answer = Yes! We must be from the same era, as I have cassette deck, phono from the late 1980s and finally had my same era amplifier burn out and replaced by this Yamaha model - all the 'traditional' connections are included in the Yamaha, including CD/phono/cassette tapes. ROCK ON BROTHER!
[ Kurt  Oct 26, 2020 ]
Can you hook up any turntable to this unit? I have an older (1975) TT that I would like to use.
[ Mike  Jul 16, 2020 ]
3 answers
[ FERRIS M  Jul 22, 2020 ]
Yes. It has a phono jack.
[ John  Jul 21, 2020 ]
Your turntable should work fine.
[ MICHAEL  Jul 21, 2020 ]
Does the unit have a USB port for a flash drive?
[ Mike  Jul 16, 2020 ]
7 answers
no ...
[ David  Jul 17, 2020 ]
I do not think so. For what purpose? It is an amplifier not a recorder or self standing player.
[ Edward  Jul 17, 2020 ]
Sorry, this receiver does not have a USB port.
[ Jonathan  Jul 16, 2020 ]
[ Jamison  Jul 16, 2020 ]
Yes, front right side
[ Mark  Jul 16, 2020 ]
No it doesn't but it's a very good amp
[ DWAYNE  Jul 16, 2020 ]
No. There is a USB power port on the back but it is for powering a device only. Yamaha have placed flash drive support in their CD players instead.
[ Robert  Jul 16, 2020 ]
I have a new Yamaha s 501 intergrated amp. When you connect a subwoofer to the amp. you are sending the 90 hz and lower signal to the sub. Does this also eliminate the low signal from going to the main speakers or not?.
[ GARY  May 08, 2020 ]
6 answers
I have 2 Klipsch subs connected one for each direction, R and L. These supplement my Bose 301"s to provide a thrifty but high end sound reproduction experience. If I cut the signal to the subs, the low end still comes thru the 301's but not with as much punch as some other high end speaks. The amp is spectacular. Hope this helps
[ Robert  May 28, 2020 ]
It did for me.
[ Mark  May 27, 2020 ]
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[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
Since I use the Yamaha strictly for stero music there is no need for me to use a subwoofer. It is a different story for the AVR hooked to the TV.
[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
No. Main speakers are always full range.
[ ANDREW  May 27, 2020 ]
Hi Gary, I don't think so. Call Crutchfield and ask their tech product support staff. They are very knowledgeable.
[ Jonathan  May 27, 2020 ]
What country is this manufactured in?
[ Robert  Apr 15, 2020 ]
2 answers
The sticker on the back of mine says MAYLASIA.
[ Edward  May 07, 2020 ]
The unit that I purchased in the summer of 2018 was made in Malaysia.
[ DENNIS  Apr 15, 2020 ]
Using a 4 zone speaker selector switcher box, can the Yamaha A-S501 power 4 sets (8 speakers total) of Polk Audio Atrium4 speakers?
[ Larry  Apr 08, 2020 ]
1 answer
I do not recommend that setup. This does not have enough power to safely run 4 sets of speakers. I recommend getting a multi-channel amp to run the speakers. We have advisors you can reach by calling 1-800-324-9695 that will be happy to discuss your system plans and goals for it so they can give you a personal recommendation on a system that will work.
[ Paul  Apr 26, 2020 ]  Staff
Can the Yamaha AS501 be used with my Yamaha RXA3080 AVR to power my Front two channels in my theater room?
[ Leo  Feb 11, 2020 ]
2 answers
I think you are trying to attain surround sound by using 2 stero receivers. You will get sound from all speakers but not the same as surround sound
[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
Yes. Connect the Pre/Out front outputs on the A3080 to one of the line inputs on the
[ Howard  Mar 10, 2020 ]
How would I hook up my equalizer?
[ Blake  Mar 17, 2019 ]
3 answers
This amp does not have a tape loop but 2 tape inputs on it so hooking up an equalize would not be possible do not be let that be discourage you from buying it with the natural sound this amp produce you will never notice it I always listen to my music (CD or Vinyl) thru the pure direct mode and wow you can hear music the way it was meant to be heard pure and natural
[ PAULA  Mar 23, 2019 ]
Not knowing the specifics of your equalizer, this answer will be general. The S501 does not have a loop built in for effects peocessing; thus, you will have to insert the equalizer between the source (cd, dvd, recorder, turntable) and the input of the amplifier. So - connect your source player to the input of the equalizer and then connect the output of the equalizer to one of the inputs of the S501. Note that the S501 already has some control of the bass & treble available. I don't know about your equalizer but most I've had experience with will have a negative effect on the sound.
[ Howard  Mar 22, 2019 ]
EHow to Connect an Equalizer to an Integrated Amp By Candace Horgan ShareShare on Facebook While not as commonly used as they used to be, equalizers remain a popular option for fine-tuning home-audio systems' frequency response. Using an equalizer properly requires a lot of knowledge of your room specs, but you can easily connect the equalizer to your integrated amp, even if it lacks the Tape Loop function most equalizers depend on. Figure Out the Chain Step Figure out the audio chain (how many components you have and how you plan to connect them) in your system. If your only source is a CD or DVD player, or if your integrated amp has preamp-out and preamp-in connections, you can easily make all of the necessary connections. Step Connect your source component with one pair of RCA cables to the input of the graphic equalizer. Use cables long enough to allow you to place the equalizer in your rack. Step Connect the output of the equalizer to the preamp input of your integrated amplifier with the second pair of RCA cables.nter an answer to this question.
[ Rene  Mar 22, 2019 ]
Will the 501 power two sets of elac uni-fi ub5 bookshelf speakers? (1) set of speakers on a and (1) set of speakers on b? Specifically, can I play both at the same time on the a+b mode? Thanks!
[ shawn  Dec 24, 2018 ]
2 answers
Yes, I do this 90% of the time
[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
Absolutely! Ur correct you have a A ...B and A+B..ex: I have one set running outside and the other in the house! When the weather is right I switch it to the A+B mode to here inside and out whatever I'm playing! Happy listening!
[ Fishon  Dec 26, 2018 ]
How many watts per channel @ 4 ohms?
[ Tyler  Sep 05, 2018 ]
3 answers
The manual indicates that the maximum power per channel at 6 ohms is 100 watts per channel - it only gives the minimum watts per channel minimum for 8 ohms and 6 ohms, so for 4 ohms the minimum watts per channel is in excess of 100. Plus the "dynamic power per channel (IHF), which I understand as the maximum at any moment or headroom, is 185 watts per channel at 4 ohms; ironically, in this category the manual does give us the power rating for 8 ohms, 6 ohms and 4 ohms. Again, the manual does not give a minimum watts per channel rating for 4 ohms while it does indicate that it is 85 watts per channel for 8 ohms and 100 watts per channel for 6 ohms. As you can see, as the ohms go down the power goes up, so it is accurate to say it will have more minimum power at 4 ohms than it has at 6 ohms, so it would be in excess of 100 watts per channel minimum for 4 ohm speakers with the ability to produce peak or headroom power at 185 watts per channel for 4 ohm speakers.
[ BRIAN  Sep 08, 2018 ]
Edward is not a le to answer questions.medical reasons.
[ EDWARD T  Sep 06, 2018 ]
The manuel does not give a specific wattage output for 4ohms for the A-S501. At 6ohms it's rated @ 100 watts per channel.
[ Henry  Sep 05, 2018 ]
I'm aware this has a dac as I own this device, but if I were to purchase a separate dac(I'm eyeing the Cambridge dacmagic) how would I go about hooking this up? Right now I have my iMac to as501 via toslink. Would I be better off using the dacmagic to Mac and avoiding the as501 all together?
[ Mike  May 28, 2018 ]
2 answers
Hi Mike! Got me there Buddy. The only things connected to the Yamaha is a cd player and a old Pioneer turntable but haven't played with the dac yet. Have you asked the guy's from Crutchfield? Can you keep me posted? Sorry... Victor
[ VICTOR  Jun 09, 2018 ]
Looks to me that you would have to use analog via RCA type connectors. If you wanted to connect using one of the digital cables you need to purchase the dacmagic plus.
[ UncleDave7  Jun 06, 2018 ]
Are all of the inputs on the A-S501 such as tuner the same as CD with the same frequency response and no LPF for a pilot signal on FM? Also the Toslink and coax digital are they the same (except different cable)?
[ UncleDave7  May 17, 2018 ]
2 answers
I see nothing in the specs that would indicate that the tuner input is any different than the other inputs. There is no mention of a low band filter in the manual so I assume (with 51% confidence) that there is none. The Toslink and coax inputs both accept PCM stereo signals. Any difference between the two would be more a result of the cable you are using. I personally can not tell much difference but then I use consumer-grade cables. The opinion of some reviewers is that the coax is slightly better unless you use a high-quality optical cable - AudioQuest, for example. You can have one device connected to Toslink and another connected to coax and select either from the front panel. Hope this helps.
[ Howard  May 25, 2018 ]
Not sure if the frequency response are the same, but the tuner, CD, tape deck all sound fantastic. The Toslink and coax digital are two separate cables of I'm not mistaken.....sorry.
[ Cyril  May 25, 2018 ]
I just want to know if this receiver supports any or if most of the music format's.Such as dolby, dolby d+ and so on? And lf so is it asking to much can you share with me? thank's in advance.
[ wayne  Aug 11, 2016 ]
2 answers
It supports the mentioned formats but I use this receiver for pure stero, in the pure direct mode. The other formats alter the music too much.
[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
No, it doesn't, the Digital Inputs only support 2ch PCM.
[ MARCO A  Aug 12, 2016 ]
i m confused between the Marantz PM6005 and the Yamaha A- S5001 ? both almost the same price category and I already have the Receiver Marantz 1602 so digital inputs not big deal for me here I m planning to connect it to B&W 685S2 bookshelf speaker and connect it through the pure direct to the Marantz Receiver 1602 to benefit from the receiver airplay and other digital inputs , Regards
[ Hazem  May 19, 2016 ]
2 answers
This question is passed my pay grade.
[ Edward  May 27, 2020 ]
Thanks for your interest in the Yamaha A-S501 and Marantz PM6005 integrated amplifiers. While the Q&A portion of our website is great for quick questions about specific product details, you would get a much more detailed comparison of these two models by speaking with one of our expert Advisors. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat via the "Contact Us" link at the top of our website. I hope that helps! My Bio:
[ Larry  May 22, 2016 ]  Staff
this one can connect to any kind of speakers right? i have intention to by a pair of Bose speaker and i wanna make sure they can work together. thank you
[ Ren  Aug 02, 2015 ]
6 answers
I don't have any Bose speakers so, I can't say for sure, However, my advice is to look at the spec.'s on the Bose speakers. Most speakers are 8 Ohm speakers and they may require a minimum amount of power to drive them. For example I have some old AR-3 speakers that were 4 Ohm speakers and required a minimum of 25 Watts per speaker, just to start to drive them. However, it is very hard to find an Amp that will put out the 4 Ohms to drive my speakers. This particular unit has a switch on the back to drive either 4 Ohm, or 8 Ohm speakers, which is what I was looking for. According to the spec's for this unit, this unit will put out 100 Watts per channel @ 4 Ohms, which should be more than enough to drive my speakers. If the Bose speakers are 8 Ohm speakers, which are much more common, see what the minimum spec's are for driving them at 8 Ohms. According to the spec sheet for this unit, this unit will put out at least 85 Watts per channel and I suspect that the Bose speakers requirements will be under that amount, which will be OK, but I am not sure. Check the Bose speaker Spec Sheet to see what the requirements actually are. Another concern would be to note what is the maximum amount of power that the Bose speakers will take. In earlier years, I have blown out some speakers by applying much more power to the speakers than they were designed to take, but fortunately for me the particular speakers that blew were kind of cheap so the lesson wasn't very costly, but I took note for future considerations. Hope this information will help in making your decision. Lot's of luck
[ JAMES  Aug 04, 2015 ]
I have two sets of Bose speakers powered by this amp & they work fine,. But, my speakers are ancient, so I'm not sure about the new Bose series speakers.
[ Donald E.  Aug 03, 2015 ]
yes they should work with bose I recommend monster cable for your connection youll love it ren
[ michael anthony  Aug 02, 2015 ]
Yes, amp is very capable to power almost any speaker; as far as Bose goes since they never mention any of their specs I would say this amp would most likely power them with not even knowing they are there.
[ N1K  Aug 02, 2015 ]
Yes, it will work fine.
[ TOMY  Aug 02, 2015 ]
[ ANDREW  Aug 02, 2015 ]
Does this unit have a tape monitor loop or some other way to use an (analog) external sound processor? My speakers require the use of a sound processor at the pre-amp level but I am not sure if this amp will allow that.
[ Mike D.  Dec 07, 2014 ]
2 answers
I'm sorry, but I don't think that I can answer your question. I do note that there are 2 sets of RCA Out connections on the back of the unit, but I have no idea if they would as a pre-amp. I assume that each set might be able to be used as a tap monitor loop because of the in and out function, but that was not my reason for purchasing this particular unit. I have a pair of Acoustic Research AR-3 speakers that I purchased back in the middle 50's that were some really great speakers for my purposes and I had a Heathkit Amp that I constructed from a kit in the same time period to drive them. My amp lasted quite a few years, but it had old style fuses to protect the device. The old fuses were no longer made and I would blow the fuses pretty regular. So, recently, a recommended replacement fuse was put in the amp and the amp burned. So much for the amp. My main problem was that the speakers were 4 ohm speakers and very few, if any, companies made a reasonably priced amp that would provide the 4 ohms required to drive the speakers. This unit has the ability to put out the 4 ohms and have more than enough power to drive my speakers and no fuses to buy. The holidays are here now and I haven't had enough time to hook everything up, so I don't know how they will work, however, I suspect that the old speakers just might blow before the new amp does. In any case, I don't have an answer for Mike D's problem and I am hoping that I will be able to relive those wonderful days of my youth, when I finally am able to finally get this unit hooked up and operating and listening to my old AR-3 speakers.
[ JAMES  Dec 09, 2014 ]
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