Yamaha's CD-RW drive arsenal grows with two 4X/2X/6X models
- Multitimbral MIDI synthesizer. Pogue, David // Macworld;Apr93, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p148
Reviews the multitimbral MIDI synthesizer Yamaha TG100, from Yamaha Corporation of America.
- Yamaha CDR100. Gerholt, Ben // Australian Personal Computer;Mar1995, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p40
Features Information Advantage Technologies' Yamaha CDR100 CD recording system. Installation in a Digital StorageWorks expansion unit; Software components; Price.
- WaveForce 192XG. Torr, Jeremy // Australian Personal Computer;Oct98, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p120
Reviews the computer soundcard and peripheral `WaveForce 192XG,' by Yamaha company.
- Yamaha. Pohlmann, Ken C. // Sound & Vision;Nov2001, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p78
Evaluates the CDR-HD1000 CD/Hard-Disk Recorder from Yamaha. Features; Storage capacity; Inputs and outputs; Dimensions.
- Software news. Waugh, Ian // Pro Sound News;May96, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p82
Presents the SW60XG, a stand-alone PC sound card compatible with ISA-bus computers, from Yamaha.
- MMX technology fosters move to software solutions. Santoni, Andy // InfoWorld;01/27/97, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p32
Reports on three semiconductor companies' software solutions that run on Pentium MMX hosts to eliminate add-on boards or chips. Motorola's SM34DFV software modem; Sony's DV software codec; Yamaha's S-YXG50C software sound system; Miro Computer's DV 100 video-editing system.
- Yamaha enters sound card market. // CD-ROM Professional;Oct95, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p27
Reports on Yamaha Corp. of America's WaveForce DB50XG, the first daughterboard designed to take advantage of the Yamaha XG MIDI format.
- Turn That Down! PC Audio That'll Wake the Neighbors. Dreyfuss, Joel // Fortune;2/21/2000, Vol. 141 Issue 4, p285
Compares sound systems designed for the personal computer (PC). Features and cost of the Yamaha RP-U100 Personal Receiver; Features and cost of Cambridge SoundWorks Desktop Theater 5.1 DTT 2500 Digital from Creative Labs.
- CD-Rewritable rolls on with Yamaha, Dynatek rollouts. // EMedia Professional;Jul97, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p23
Reports that the 1997 June release of the Yamaha CRW4001, the CD-Rewritable mechanishm market became a two manufacturer game, as Yamaha joins Ricoh in offering CD-R models launched in retail and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) channels. CRW4001 CD-R drive; CDE260R, an external CD-R drive;...