Yamaha R840 and CD640 Micro
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Product FeaturesHiFi Buyers' Guide
The R-840 employs an advanced electronic volume control circuit. The audio analogue element does not transmit the audio signal, but instead is used in a rotary potentiometre, with the results processed through a microcomputer to the electronic volume.
The benefits of this system are that it eliminates the static prone to occur found in analogue controls as well as gang error, and provides higher precision volume control.
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