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Craftsmanship in engineering design. The AVENTAGE line of high-performance AV receivers is based on the audio design concept of providing a massive, full-bodied sound for movie sound effects and the accurate reproduction of music sources. By expertly harmonizing traditional and advanced technologies, every factor that affects sound quality, from materials and parts to construction, layout, vibration damping (unique foot) and “fine-tuning” the sound, is handled with no other thought than to achieve the best possible audio quality. As a result, every AVENTAGE model has the ability to reproduce the most subtle details of high-definition sound, so that listeners can enjoy a truly high-class sound studio experience at home.
Yamaha has unveiled details on its 2016 AVENTAGE RX-A 60 receiver lineup. The line includes six new models priced from $649.95 to $2,199.95. The flagship RX-A3060 is an 11-channel network AV receiver with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X decoding and 150.
For those who have long coveted a network AV receiver with the technical sophistication and craftsmanship in the AVENTAGE series and are looking to step into the series, Yamaha has created the RX-A660 as a high-performing, base-level model this year. Featuring 7.2-channel surround, the network AV receiver includes four HDMI inputs and one output with HDCP 2.2 copy protection supporting 4K Ultra HD video resolution with HDR and BT.2020; Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object-based surround sound speaker setups of 5.1.2 channels; built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity and YPAO sound optimization. The AV receiver outputs 80 W per channel and includes Extra Bass to enrich sound even with small speakers and high-resolution audio playback.
Unbound from channels, DTS:X conveys the fluid movement of sound to create an incredibly rich, realistic and immersive soundscape - in front of, behind, beside and above the audience - more accurately than ever before. The combination of DTS:X and Yamaha AV receivers will fill the room with multidimensional sound that makes you feel as if you are right in the middle of the story unfolding on the screen.
Yamaha RX-A660 7.2-Ch AVENTAGE Network AV Receiver
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This 7.2-channel AVENTAGE network AV receiver is designed to provide high quality sound and video utilizing the latest in sound technologies with.
Play your favorite streaming service. This AV receiver is equipped with Bluetooth functionality to let you enjoy easy wireless music playback from mobile devices. The Compressed Music Enhancer from Yamaha is now optimized for Bluetooth audio transmissions to ensure that your music will have vivid, lively sound quality during wireless playback.
I had this unit for 6months so far ,this piece is awsome,clean,clear ,detailed,the Prologic IIx envelops me around, had yamahas before,and other brands too,but this unit is the best that I had,better than the Yamaha RX-V1400 ,Its aking me look to the RX-V2500 blinkin at me
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DTS:X is the next generation object-based, multi-dimensional audio technology from DTS. Unbound from channels, DTS:X conveys the fluid movement of sound to create an incredibly rich, realistic and immersive soundscape – in front of, behind, beside and above the audience – more accurately than ever before. The combination of DTS:X and Yamaha AV receivers will fill the room with multidimensional sound that makes you feel as if you are right in the middle of the story unfolding on the screen.
In a major announcement this week, Yamaha unveiled their new AVENTAGE RX-A 60 Series network AV receivers all supporting Dolby Atmos/DTS:X and some important updates to YPAO and PEQ. Check it out!
"We are pleased to see that Yamaha put in a significant upgrade per my repeated suggestions. Last year when I met with their engineers at CEDIA to consult about the benefits of low frequency EQ correction, I knew they were serious about making this change. As a result, Yamaha"s manual PEQ now works down to 15Hz. In the past it was limited to 31Hz which was ineffective for dealing with very low frequency modal issues that plague most home theater rooms. With this change, Yamaha is enabling advanced users with useful subwoofer EQ correction."