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Yamaha RX-V667 Receiver

100% Positive Reviews
Rated #22 in Component Receivers


Pros: Lots of options. Line outputs for each set of speakers for separate amps, 7.2 audio, front presence channel, Yamaha quality.

Cons: No built in phono preamp, but then none do these days.

This was the first purchase for my HT system. I have had Yamaha audio components for 36 years this next month and have never regretted the purchases. This receiver was unusual in the offerings it possesses in the price range I limited myself to. Even the newer generation of this receiver lost the RCA line output for separate amps that this unit has. The 7.2 speaker set up is more than I need, but I will eventually use it. May even use the presence channel when I am able to start the renovation project for the family room. I especially appreciate having the 2 sub-woofer outputs for future upgrade-ability.
The RX-V667 employs the Yamaha YPAO room acoustic program for automatic set up for the prime listening position. I used this, then made minor changes to suit my personal preferences. It has 5 HDMI inputs for source hook up as well as 6 AV hookups, all switchable from the supplied remote. Currently I only use 2 HDMI inputs: one for the Blu-Ray payer and the second for my laptop to stream music videos of my favorite artists, and old TV shows found on the internet, and 1 AV hook up for an old VHS recorder. It also has the ARC that allows my over the air TV reception to play through the speaker system.
Most of the music I currently listen to is a Capella. Starting with the TV reality show The Sing Off, I've really gotten hooked on this type of music. Now many of you will say that
a Capella music is not very demanding of the equipment. I beg to differ. Pull up videos by the 2011 winners of The Sing Off, Pentatonix, and tell me it doesn't require equipment that can reproduce a wide range of sounds accurately. They uniquely merge Pop, Jazz, R&B, Indie, Folk, Dubstep and Electronica genres into a Capella masterpieces. You often forget that there are no instruments involved.
The video processing of the receiver also works very well. Audio to video sync is easy to adjust manually for the few times that the automatic feature doesn't quite nail the timing. And the remote has all the features you need and they are easy to find and use.
All in all, it is everything I hoped it would be, and does everything I've needed it to do. Jim.
Yamaha RX-V667 Receiver

Enjoy a revolutionary home theater experience with the Yamaha RX-V667 Audio Video Receiver. With 90 watts per 7 channels, 6 HDMI inputs (including a front input), multizone support, and the latest hi-def audio and HDMI specs for upscaling to 1080p, this receiver plays well with all your home theater equipment. Enjoy more than just your movies with SIRIUS-ready and paired compatibility, as well as iPod support for album art (when connected via supported dock, sold separately). There's also a full-color GUI for controlling all the action when connected via HDMI.

Feature6 HDMI inputs (including 1 front input) and the latest HDMI 1.4 specification for true 1080p video upscaling Dolby Digital Plus, TrueHD, and DTS-HD high-definition audio decoding Multizone support (2 zones) with intelligent power amp assignment Full color GUI and iPod album art support SIRIUS Satellite Radio ready and yAired compatibility
Item Height6 inches
Item Length14.38 inches
Item Width17.13 inches
LabelYamaha Electronics
ManufacturerYamaha Electronics
Package Height8.4 inches
Package Length20.7 inches
Package Weight26.7 pounds
Package Width17.5 inches
PublisherYamaha Electronics
StudioYamaha Electronics
TitleYamaha RX-V667 7.2-Channel Home Theater Receiver (Black)
UPCList - UPCListElement027108936109 013964253634
Item Weight23.15 pounds
CatalogNumberList - CatalogNumberListElementRX-V667BL
Warranty2 years parts, 2 years labor
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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