Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: just north of Atlanta
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For those of you still trying to decide between the 1010, 2010, or the 3010 and one thing I haven't seen listed recently is that the 2010 and 3010 include an H brace inside for added vibration resistence if that makes any difference, I opted for the 1010 as it includes the fifth middle foot to do essentially the same thing and I don't think for a minute that the 1010 would have any issues as it is built like a tank.
With that being said, I have had my 1010 for about four days now and I don't regret the purchase at all, albeit I do wish it had some form of sub EQ, but at the price can't be beat. Coming from a 14 Y.O. Yammie RXV-2092 the 1010 was a major improvement. At first I wasn't quite sure but once I dialed everything in (a process still ongoing) it sounds amazing and the internet radio and networking features are incredible.
Once I connected a network cable it recognized music from Google music and Amazon loaded on my Samsung Galaxy Tab and played them along with cover art displayed on-screen.
I downloaded the free controller app from Yamaha on my Android phone and tablet and can remotely control many features, such as changing DSP modes on the fly so I can compare, change internet radio stations, switch inputs, and can even power it down.
I am still getting used to it and the learning curve is a bit steep, I realize that there may be some things I never use but I can highly recommend the 1010.