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For me it's all about release date & what they choose to do with the hdmi 2.1's. I'm impatient, if the Nvidia 3080's come out before the new Aventage' I may just have to upgrade my gpu which most likely wont leave enough funds for a receiver upgrade. My 980ti K|NGP|N is beggin to be replaced.

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I picked up my ***677 near street date a few years ago, I want to say that was May/June. Sounds like the conjecture in the posts (here and other places) indicate that the 2020 lineup wouldn't hit the street till multiple months later in 2020?

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expect the wuflu to screw up a few release dates and cause some manufacturing delays. Even I'd they arent being assembled in an affected country, any part or combination of materials used in manufacturing could cause issues. Consumer electronics could be one of the most affected areas with the unknowns of this Virus outbreak.

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The 'envelope' on the front of the unit indicates that there's a firmware update required - I would assume... as that's what it indicates on current generation Yamaha AVR's.
. . . of like most other electronics these days, a "Welcome" message with more info . . .
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This is pathetic. It will be two years since the "80" series of Aventage was released. And they still can't do a complete implementation of HDMI 2.1. I wonder if Denon, Marantz, Onkyo and Pioneer are in the same boat.
Denons 2020 AVRs will have true HDMI 2.1.
But do not be overly excited about that. Only one HDMI IN will be a full bandwith 48G port.
This port will be labled as "8K". However, all other ports will support HDMI 2.1 features like VRR, ALLM etc..
This also applies to the X8500H replacement HDMI 2.1 board.

Will be interesting how Yamaha will handle this stuff.
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Denons 2020 AVRs will have true HDMI 2.1.
But do not be overly excited about that. Only one HDMI IN will be a full bandwith 48G port.
This port will be labled as "8K". However, all other ports will support HDMI 2.1 features like VRR, ALLM etc..
This also applies to the X8500H replacement HDMI 2.1 board.

Will be interesting how Yamaha will handle this stuff.
Here's a thought. What current or anticipated formats would utilize bandwidth in excess of 18G? Is 48G necessary for ATSC 3.0? I have not heard of any upcoming disc formats above current 4K players. Will there be 8K versions of Roku, Apple TV, etc. requiring this bandwidth?
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Here's a thought. What current or anticipated formats would utilize bandwidth in excess of 18G? Is 48G necessary for ATSC 3.0? I have not heard of any upcoming disc formats above current 4K players. Will there be 8K versions of Roku, Apple TV, etc. requiring this bandwidth?
The thing with HDMI 2.1 is, that it is heavily focused on gaming.
In other words: If you are not a gamer HDMI 2.1 is not that big of a deal.
That is just how it is. Outside of gaming the increased bandwidth is only interesting for people
with 8K televisions (well... at least if they want to be "future proofed" ).

Sure. Source devices are not there yet. But Sony and Microsoft are both launching their Next-Gen consoles this year.
While it is highly unlikely that these devices will handle native [email protected] or [email protected] it is known that Microsoft and Sony will
add support for it. What might happen is that they will use advanced upscaling techniques (checkerboard rendering, temporal injection etc.) to achieve a much better image quality while retaining the FPS.

Furthermore, both NVIDIA and AMD releasing new GPUs this year. Those will finally bring "true" HDMI 2.1 to the PC.
Which means that HDMI 2.1 will become very important for people that are using their TVs as a "gaming display".
LG already proofed twice that their 2019 and 2020 OLED TV series is heavily focused on gaming.

While you are right that HDMI 2.1 is not necessary for streaming devices, Blu-ray players etc. (at least right now and during the near future) there are other categories were HDMI 2.1 will become very important in the near future. Which is why some people want to make sure that every device in their chain is HDMI 2.1 compatible.
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The thing with HDMI 2.1 is, that it is heavily focused on gaming.
In other words: If you are not a gamer HDMI 2.1 is not that big of a deal.
That is just how it is. Outside of gaming the increased bandwidth is only interesting for people
with 8K televisions (well... at least if they want to be "future proofed" ).

Sure. Source devices are not there yet. But Sony and Microsoft are both launching their Next-Gen consoles this year.
While it is highly unlikely that these devices will handle native [email protected] or [email protected] it is known that Microsoft and Sony will
add support for it. What might happen is that they will use advanced upscaling techniques (checkerboard rendering, temporal injection etc.) to achieve a much better image quality while retaining the FPS.

Furthermore, both NVIDIA and AMD releasing new GPUs this year. Those will finally bring "true" HDMI 2.1 to the PC.
Which means that HDMI 2.1 will become very important for people that are using their TVs as a "gaming display".
LG already proofed twice that their 2019 and 2020 OLED TV series is heavily focused on gaming.

While you are right that HDMI 2.1 is not necessary for streaming devices, Blu-ray players etc. (at least right now and during the near future) there are other categories were HDMI 2.1 will become very important in the near future. Which is why some people want to make sure that every device in their chain is HDMI 2.1 compatible.

I'll add to this and say that streaming sources are most certainly not about quality, rather they are about convenience. Look at a '4K ATV' on a $10K 4K projector and then switch to a 4K Blu-ray player and you'll see what I mean.
Gaming typically pushes refresh and resolution barriers, also, sadly video cards also offer the most patchy connectivity... updates to the cards software often helps with this, but those using freshly released top spec graphic cards are often beta testers... add in a new version of HDMI that demands very well spec'd cables and early adopters will be in for a 'fun' time.
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Man these things are uggggly! Why oh why Yamaha? Do some models have rounded front corners and others appear to be square? Looks like lower end models are round?
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Man these things are uggggly! Why oh why Yamaha? Do some models have rounded front corners and others appear to be square? Looks like lower end models are round?
Probably a marketing move to sell more upper models.

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2.1

The first 11 channel with full 2.1 HDMI capability gets my money. Until that time comes I wait. No excuse for these delays and dribs and drabs of full functionality. It's time and time is up!
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They're really unbelievably & hopelessly UGLY !
The designer is probably a Harry Potter fan... and here is the result

They remind me of a cyclopse with the large centre knob.
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No new news on these Yammies correct, just more complaints here correct?
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I don't understand the comments on the aesthetics and don't agree with those who say they're ugly.
It's just my opinion.
I work in design.
But no, I did not design them.
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Yep, what worries me the most right now is the look of the new Yamahas. There aren’t any other concerns out there...

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what I'm interested in knowing is, have ypao's problems improved
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what I'm interested in knowing is, have ypao's problems improved
Time will tell, but I certainly hope they worked on that.

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You’️d better ask in forodvd ;-)
I prefer to ask here since I don't know why people don't throw a lot of yamaha
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I know that everyone hates YPAO, but to be honest if you want to spend some time tweaking the EQ then you can get really good sound from YPAO. It will not magically clean up a bad room as well as Dirac, but that is not really the goal. Dirac gets a lot of good reviews but does not make a huge difference in a tuned room. Trinnov is the only product that will transform any room into something special. I have been doing this for 30 years and everybody along the way has had a product that will "tune" your room. I have been a yahama fan for a couple of reasons. They are one of the few companies that actually make musical instruments and professional mixing equipment and they still manufacture a lot of there own internal equipment and ICs. Yamaha does a very good job of giving you clean accurate sound at a descent price. So if your room is not well tuned then I guess Yamaha and YPAO is not for you.
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I know that everyone hates YPAO, but to be honest if you want to spend some time tweaking the EQ then you can get really good sound from YPAO. It will not magically clean up a bad room as well as Dirac, but that is not really the goal. Dirac gets a lot of good reviews but does not make a huge difference in a tuned room. Trinnov is the only product that will transform any room into something special. I have been doing this for 30 years and everybody along the way has had a product that will "tune" your room. I have been a yahama fan for a couple of reasons. They are one of the few companies that actually make musical instruments and professional mixing equipment and they still manufacture a lot of there own internal equipment and ICs. Yamaha does a very good job of giving you clean accurate sound at a descent price. So if your room is not well tuned then I guess Yamaha and YPAO is not for you.

Well, seriously, how many people have a "well-tuned" room...?

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Well, seriously, how many people have a "well-tuned" room...?
My HT room is pretty decent. Dedicated room that is sealed off when the door is closed. Rectangle with a flat ceiling. No L/W/H dimension that divides equally into another. Carpet and sound panels.
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a lot of people have decently tuned room. You will always have to make compromises (unless you just have the money), but having a dedicated room is a big step in this direction. I will put on my flame suit and say a home theater should be a dedicated room and not a family room with a big tv and multi channel audio. If you have media room with lots of compromised space, then I would agree that Dirac or one of the other products might be a better choice. Yamaha's YPAO will not really help you out in that sort of room.
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But do not be overly excited about that. Only one HDMI IN will be a full bandwith 48G port.
This port will be labled as "8K". However, all other ports will support HDMI 2.1 features like VRR, ALLM etc..
This also applies to the X8500H replacement HDMI 2.1 board.

Will be interesting how Yamaha will handle this stuff.
what are the denon 2020 avr model #?
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what are the denon 2020 avr model #?
They have not announced any model names/numbers yet.
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what are the denon 2020 avr model #?
I *think* Jdsmoothie said that Denon will be carrying over all 2019 AVRs to 2021, except the 8X00 series.
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Worse part of this re-design is the screen. It looks like an old LCD screen I had on an HTPC. It has backlighting instead of the black background of the current Yamaha AVRs. In a dark room, this display will look like a glowing rectangle and is very distracting *if* on (that's assuming the display can be turned completely off, otherwise it will always look like this). I'm glad I bought my 3080 and hope this isn't the design direction Yamaha is going for all future AVR releases. I dislike the screen more than the knob placement.
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Worse part of this re-design is the screen. It looks like an old LCD screen I had on an HTPC. It has backlighting instead of the black background of the current Yamaha AVRs. In a dark room, this display will look like a glowing rectangle and is very distracting *if* on (that's assuming the display can be turned completely off, otherwise it will always look like this). I'm glad I bought my 3080 and hope this isn't the design direction Yamaha is going for all future AVR releases. I dislike the screen more than the knob placement.
I agree with you, Its a VFD display However If you could reverse the polarity it could look decent with blue on black if there is no bleeding. If it was programmable with LCD Smartie that would be king!
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So, any idea when these are going to be announced? I'm kind of dying to replace my 7.2 channel AVR for an 11 channel Yamaha...
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So, any idea when these are going to be announced? I'm kind of dying to replace my 7.2 channel AVR for an 11 channel Yamaha...
Like a lot of things, I would imagine that Covid-19 has set things back a bit. Normally the 2 lower models would have been released by now, the upper 2 models in June or July, and a new Pre-Pro would have been announced for fall delivery.

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