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  1. Subwoofers, Bass, and Transducers
    I have yamaha V581 with basic ypao , i think it did not a good job in my room. Left surround was louder and the right non existant in movies. Also Ypao sets my subwoofer too low, i cant hear any lfe. So, i tried the sound analyzer android app (c weighted slow response setting) , firstly in order...
  2. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Yamaha's R-N803 stereo network receiver bridges the gap between old-school minimalist 2-channel receivers and modern AVRs by including MusicCast network audio streaming and YPAO room correction. This model is priced at $749.95 and is an "Amazon's Choice" selection . For this review, I have...
  3. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Spring has sprung, which means it's the season for new AV receivers to be introduced. Among them this year are six models in the Yamaha RX-A 80 series. All six feature MusicCast Surround, which lets you install wireless surround speakers. Of course, MusicCast also lets you stream audio from...
  4. Subwoofers, Bass, and Transducers
    Hi there, Apologies if posting wrong or missed this question, but I searched and can't find my problem. i have a Yamaha RX-A3050 with an Emotiva Basx250 in a 7.2.4 configuration using two new SVS PBNSD12's. The receiver should power the subs just fine based on what I've read and the manual, I...
  5. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Setup: - MAIN ZONE: Standard 5.1 (ceiling speakers + sub, no "top" speakers for Atmos/DTS:X), LG 55B6 OLED - seating is kinda all over the place - ZONE 1: Audio only - 2 speakers Uses: - Simultaneous same-source, 2 zone music - Movies, TV, and gaming - Main zone music Very interested in...
  6. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Say hello to Yamaha's latest AVRs, the Aventage RX-A 60 series, which the company says will offer "the ultimate in immersive ultra high-definition home theater entertainment and wireless multiroom audio capabilities." Citing it's long history of making musical instruments and audio gear, Yamaha...
  7. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Yamaha expands its RX-V 81 line of AV receivers with four models that support the latest video standards. Three of the new AVRs—the RX-V581 ($550), RX-V681 ($650), and RX-781 ($850)—are 7.2-channel designs that feature Dolby Atmos and DTS:X. The RX-V481 ($450) is a 5.1-channel unit that...
  8. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Long time lurker, first time poster. I'm getting ready to buy my first receiver in 18 years. I've demoed the Yamaha rx-a1050 vs. the Denon avr-x4200w in a Magnolia room with pioneer speakers and I liked the Yamaha's sound better - it just sounded cleaner to me. With that said, I know that...
  9. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    Hi Everyone, This is my first post on this forum so forgive me if I am blunt and go straight to the point. I currently have several AV receivers and would like to share with you my findings on each auto calibration system. I currently own: Yamaha RX V673 (newer implementation of YPAO) Denon...
  10. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    The new 2014 Aventage Line up is available for purchase.. including the top three models the RX-A 1040, 2040 and 3040. The biggest addition is the ability of the RX-A2040 and A3040 to be upgraded to decode the new Dolby Atmos codec. As I have time over the next week I will update this first...
  11. Audio Theory, Setup, and Chat
    Hi all, Have a question about how YPAO works. I have a Yamaha RX-V665. My speaker setup is not the greatest. It keeps saying my FR is out of phrase, even though it isn't. I was reading through the manual, and it says if there is a warning (W1 in my case) the optimization will not complete...
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