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Yamaha RX-V677 7.2-channel Wi-Fi Network AV Receiver with AirPlay
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- 4K 60p video upscaling and graphic user interface
- Powered independent Zone 2 speaker function105 W per channel (8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 2-ch driven)90 W per channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.09% THD, 2-ch driven)
- AirPlay and HTC Connect device streaming
- Spotify, Pandora, Rhapsody, SiriusXM Internet Radio and vTuner Internet radio streaming services. MHL front HDMI port.
- Dimensions (W x H x D) = 435 x 171 x 364 mm (with antenna: 435 x 234 x 378 mm); 17-1/8" x 6-3/4" x 14-3/8" (with antenna: 17-1/8" x 9-1/4" x 14-7/8")
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|Special Features||7-Channel||7.2-Channel||90W Per channel at 8 ohms||5-channel powerful surround sound|
|Warranty Description||2 years warranty||2 years warranty||Information not provided||2 years warranty on parts and labor|
|Product Site Launch Date||Tue Mar 25 14:00:01 UTC 2014||Tue Mar 25 14:00:01 UTC 2014||Thu May 15 07:00:01 UTC 2014||Wed Mar 26 00:40:00 UTC 2014|
|Item Weight||22.1 pounds||23.2 pounds||20.7 pounds||17.6 pounds|
|Dimensions||6.75 inches x 14.38 inches x 17.13 inches||6.75 inches x 14.38 inches x 17.13 inches||6.6 inches x 17.1 inches x 13 inches||13 inches x 9 inches x 9 inches|
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From the Manufacturer
Yamaha knows music
As one of the world's largest musical instrument manufacturers and home theater innovators, Yamaha knows how to make your TV, movies and music their absolute best.
7.2-ch Wi-Fi Network AV Receiver with AirPlay
7.2-channel Wi-Fi Built-In high performance Network AV Receiver. Supports the latest HDMI version, 4K upscaling, AirPlay and HTC Connect. YPAO R.S.C. and YPAO Volume ensure optimum system sound quality and balance. Multi-zone operation allows system expansion.
- Latest HDMI version supports 4K 60p with video up scaling
- Powered zone 2 speaker out
- YPAO volume and YPAO - reflected sound control
- Virtual cinema front
- Graphic user interface
4K Ultra HD Pass-through and Upscaling
This AV receiver's HDMI input / output supports 4K Ultra HD video image pass-through. It also can perform 4K Ultra HD upscaling to boost a lower resolution image to super high definition resolution. This ensures compatibility with the latest super high resolution video formats. This version of HDMI supports 4K Ultra HD 50 / 60p input for expanding super high definition resolution 4K Ultra HD broadcasting.
YPAO - Reflected Sound Control Sound Optimization
YPAO - R.S.C. analyzes room acoustics and measures various speaker characteristics, then calibrates audio parameters to achieve optimum sound. It employs Reflected Sound Control to correct early reflections for studio-quality sound. It also provides DSP Effect Normalization, which varies the CINEMA DSP parameters according to the room acoustics.
Virtual CINEMA FRONT
The Virtual CINEMA FRONT feature lets you uniquely enjoy surround sound when running surround speakers to the rear of the room is impractical. Simply place the two surround speakers up front next to the main and center speakers the select the speaker placement in the on screen setup menu. Enjoy virtual 7-channel surround sound with superior rear virtual sound localization. Adding two additional Front Presence speakers provides an even greater three-dimensional sound field. You get more flexibility to arrange your speakers inside the room, along with easy enjoyment of high quality surround sound.
Powered Zone 2 speaker output
This unit allows you to configure a multi-zone audio system. The Zone 2 feature allows you to set this unit to reproduce separate input sources in the main zone and the second zone (Zone 2). You can control this unit from the second zone using the supplied remote control or the free AV Controller app.
Support for HDMI 2.0 specification
This model will support HDMI 2.0 connectivity. It supports 4K Ultra HD 50 Hz/60 Hz signal pass-through to output motion-smooth high definition videos. It will also support RGB, YCbCr 4:4:4, YCbCr 4:2:2 as well as YCbCr 4:2:0 video signal for more vibrant and lifelike images.
SCENE for One-touch Start
Pressing a SCENE button powers on the AV receiver and selects the input source and DSP mode. You can reset the buttons for different sources by selecting a source and DSP mode, then pressing a SCENE button for more than three seconds.
Compressed Music Enhancer
When music is encoded into a digitally compressed format like MP3, the frequency response suffers. Yamaha's Compressed Music Enhancer employs sophisticated digital signal processing using exclusive algorithms to restore what was lost, so the music always sounds the way it should.
MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) Support for High Quality V
MHL provides easy, direct connection of compatible mobile phones and this AV receiver. Playback of up to 1080p video and multichannel audio from the phones is supported. The receiver also charges the connected phone. Play, stop and other basic operations can be controlled from the remote control.
Intelligent Amp Assign
Intelligent Amp Assign automatically assigns amplifier channels to certain speakers, depending on what functions are selected. For example, in a 7.1-channel system, when Zone 2 is off, all 7.1 channels will be used in the Main Zone. However, when Zone 2 is on, power to the two surround back channels will be directed to the two speakers in Zone 2 and the Main Zone will receive 5.1 channels of power.
Top Customer Reviews
I previously had a "1000 watt" RCA Home theater in a box setup that was temporarily powering my new speakers, but it wasn't doing a great job of it. I also couldn't hook all of them up due to it being a 5.1 output but I ran speakers for 7.1. Once I got the Yamaha unit installed I was in for quite the treat. This thing blows my old RCA HTIB receiver out of the water! Outstanding sound, so many features, and it looks fantastic.
Initial setup is a breeze, with an intuitive on-screen menu that makes the process as painless as could be. You'll be up and running in no time flat. If you choose to use it, the YPAO auto setup is pretty neat. I went and tweaked the settings a bit more afterwards to get it to my liking. The auto adjustment is a great feature and is a good way to get your settings in the ballpark for further customization. Just make sure the room is nice and quiet while the YPAO program is running. It doesn't take long.
The companion app on my phone makes using everything on here a breeze. I use the app over my Harmony Ultimate for sheer ease of use and the feature set. I can tune in to internet radio of all sorts, to include scanner feeds (I'm a volunteer Firefighter/EMT so I enjoy listening to the radio traffic of big cities).Read more ›
I am writing to let any reading this forum know of the issues I am having with my RX-V677 which expands across the RX-V577 as well as the RX-V777BT.
I will be updating this shortly with a long list of details and finding as well as TERRIBLE customer service Yamaha has. Over the past 2 weeks I have been chasing huge problem only to find out these receivers are not HDMI 2.0 complaint and have not been since June.
Eventually I landed a specific webpage which *WARNS* users that the HDMI 2.0 4:4:4, RGB and 4:4:2 color profile is not enabled and will come as a later firmware update. The problem is that these were released in June and over the past four months nothing has been accomplished.
When I brought this up to tech support level 1 I got an attitude, when tech level 2 did not call me back I call him and got an attitude. Today Mr. Cortez the supervisor of the support called he had no information and seemed like he was annoyed I was even bringing this up.
There much more details about their terrible customer service it will almost turn a 15 year Yamaha fan elsewhere. They have strung along people about the HDMI 2.0 capabilities and have a bad attitude about it. The customer supervisor manager said he would not even pass my comments or concerns along to anyone. He flat out told he didn't care on the phone.
I just left a serious message for the director of sales and marketing his name is Alex. I have 5 more days to return but wanted to all warn you not to waste your time.
Yamaha needs to be called out on this and their customer service. Over my life / rooms / upgrades me and my family have purchases close to 40-45 Yamaha receivers over the years.Read more ›
Sounds great! The simulated "presence" speakers add more sound to the room.
I like how you can raise the volume level of just dialog instead of having the raise the volume of the center speaker itself.
It runs nice and cool, even in my cabinet behind glass doors.
It has plenty of HDMI ports, and I like how it also has optical and coax audio inputs, DLNA, airplay, and the iPhone app to adjust volume and some other settings.
I have all my devices passing through the receiver via HDMI for picture and sound. A couple times a month when watching from my Cable DVR or my WD Live streaming device, the picture will go blank for 2-3 seconds, but I won't lose audio. I swapped out the receiver once with another new one, but this one does it too. I tried all new high quality HDMI cables, tried differed HDMI ports on the TV and Receiver, and that didn't help either. It's not the TV or Cable DVR, used those without the receiver for a few years with no issues.
Make sure to set your front speakers to "small" even if they are large. The automated setup set mine to large, but when you do, the subwoofer doesn't work well.
Online tech support is worthless. For the screen blackouts, they said I should swap out the receiver again (but I can't because I'm past my 30 day return policy) plus I already did that and it didn't help. Tech support didn't suggest anything else, and didn't offer anything to try, or even ask anything about the devices I was using. They just said they have not received any other reports of this issue even though I shared a link with them that showed I wasn't the only one with the issue.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Replaced a worn out pioneer 7.1, sound is incomparably more detailed and spacial. No looking back, better eq, better sound quality, better decoding. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Phillip Reedy
I've had it for about 6 months and no problems with it. Love it!
I bought the Yamaha RX-V677 receiver for 2 reasons. The first was that it had Wi-Fi with Apple AirPlay and the second was that it had the capability of setting up... Read more
I love this receiver. I am not an audiophile, but I have it running my home entertainment system. only thing that is annoying, and I am sure its some setting that I have not... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Had to return both units. Unlike yahama products units both shut down and I couldn't get factory codes to reset power to come back on.Published 7 days ago by Rich
An excellent and reasonable surround sound system. The only drawback (and, essentially, they are all the same) is the remote - it required a degree in electrical engineering to... Read morePublished 10 days ago by T. J. Perkins
I really love this receiver. It does everything I want it to and has so many different connections. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Gerret Montgomery