I just bought the TSR-6750 from Costco because my previous receiver, an RX-V3900, 1) doesn't pass 3D HDMI, 2) couldn't connect with WMP12, and 3) doesn't have remote apps for IOS and Android.
My experience with the 6750/675 is so far, so good. It was very simple to set up, it was recognized by all my network devices immediately with no problems, and the apps work well on both platforms. The on-screen menus are much simpler and easy to use than the 3900's (although it's a little annoying that the graphics aren't HD quality). The sound is great, as you'd expect from Yamaha, and the HDMI and Sound Field switching is much faster than with the 3900. The latter was a big problem, as it took a couple of seconds to switch from one mode to another.
I'm still getting to know it, so I won't report anything as a major problem until I can be sure that it's just that I haven't found the solution yet.
My "issues" so far:
YPAO: With the 3900 I could manually set the speaker size and subwoofer crossover point and the YPAO would run with those settings. The 6750/675 does not seem to permit that. It has decided that that the JBL G200
(not my pictures) bookshelf speakers I'm using as the main speakers in this setup are "large" and that the crossover to my subwoofer (JBL ES250P) should be at 40 Hz. (FYI, the room with this setup is quite small.) I'd rather set it higher so the main speakers aren't doing as much work.The EQ and levels set by the YPAO are good, but I'd rather have more control.
Sound field: according to the front panel display, the Straight and Music sound fields apparently don't use the subwoofer at all. I'm not clear why this should be.
But in general, I'm extremely happy with this receiver, and it's a great buy, cheaper than anywhere online that I could find.Smill411
: Sorry, I don't have an iPod, so I can't report on that.
Anyone want to buy an RX-V3900 in great shape? I'll throw in the YWA-10!