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Yamaha RX-V367BL 500-Watt 5.1- Channel AV Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 5-channel 500W powerful surround sound (100W x 5)
- iPod/iPhone compatibility with optional YDS-12 Universal Dock
- Bluetooth (A2DP) compatibility with optional Yamaha Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver YBA-10
- 1080p-compatible HDMI repeater with 3D (4 in/1 out)
- SCENE buttons with direct power on (BD/DVD, TV, CD and Radio) — quick and simple to use
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The Yamaha RX-V367BL 5.1-Channel AV Receiver is a great value-priced receiver to help take your home theater experience further. It features the latest HDMI specifications (4 inputs/1 output) with 3D-readiness (with firmware upgrade), 1080p HDMI repeating, and renowned Yamaha technologies like SCENE and CINEMA DSP. Expand your options even further with optional docks (sold separately) to add your iPod, iPhone, or Bluetooth sources.
From the Manufacturer
The Yamaha RX-V367 Receiver: Strong Performance and Value
***3D Compatible with Firmware Upgrade
Since the 1960's, Yamaha's audio/video electronics engineers have endeavored to produce products and services that satisfy the diverse needs of musicians and audiophiles. Yamaha's products and services are recognized the world over for superior quality in acoustics, design, technology, craftsmanship, and customer service, resulting in a reputation for excellence among musicians, music lovers, and home theater enthusiasts.
The Yamaha RX-V367 is a great entry-level home theater receiver, thanks to strong performance and signature Yamaha technologies like SCENE and CINEMA DSP. Its 1080p HDMI repeater functionality (3D ready with firmware upgrade) and connectivity options make for an outstanding home theater receiver in its class.
Connect to the RX-V367 via Bluetooth with the YBA-10
or connect your iPod/iPhone with the YDS-12
The optional YDS-12 Universal Dock lets you connect your iPod or iPhone to the receiver. And the YDS-12 is "Works with iPhone"-certified, so you can get the most out of your iPhone music library with zero hassles.
The optional YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver docks to the receiver and supports A2DP stereo audio streaming, so users can enjoy music wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled smartphones, Windows PCs, and Macs.
The RX-V367 features HDMI repeater and 3D capabilities
The Yamaha RX-V367 has HDMI repeater functionality, with 4 inputs and 1 output, ready to pass content from all your high-definition sources to your HDTV. And thanks to the latest HDMI technology, the RX-V367 is HDMI 3D-ready with a simple firmware upgrade--making you ready for the next generation of "next generation" content.
The RX-V367 Supports Deep Color (30/36-bit) Transmission
The Yamaha RX-V367 supports the latest HDMI 30- and 36-bit color depths, improved from the 24-bit depth of previous versions. This "Deep Color" allows the rendering of billions of colors for far greater accuracy. Colors are so vivid they seem to jump off the screen, with perfectly smooth tonal transitions and ultra-fine gradations between colors. It also enables many times more shades of gray, for higher contrast ratio.
Three New Volume Controls
The RX-V367 has three new volume features. Volume Trim adjust the volume of every input to normalize your volume across all your connected sources. Initial Volume allows you to tune to a preset volume level every time your receiver is turned on. Max Volume lets you set your own maximum volume, to help prevent "blowing out" smaller speakers (like satellite speakers).
SCENE buttons automatically launch play
of the source controlled by that button
Four SCENE buttons make operating the receiver easier than ever. They are initially set to default settings for DVD Viewing, Disc Listening, TV Viewing and Radio Listening. Pressing a SCENE button automatically launches a number of operations that initiate play of the source controlled by that button. Other SCENE settings are also available, such as iPod Listening, XM Listening, TV Sports Viewing and Action Game Playing. Browsing and selecting the settings is quickly accomplished by rotating the Input knob and watching the on-screen display. The settings can be selected for one-time use, or they can replace the original default settings. You can even change the SCENE names for convenience.
Audio Delay Compensation Keeps Your Experience On Track
The latest display devices perform complex internal processing, causing time lag in the video signal. It is a small difference, but because the audio arrives first, the viewer may feel that something is not natural. The Audio Delay function for adjusting Lip-Sync matches the audio to the timing of the output of the video on the screen.
Surround RealismCINEMA DSP Digital for Enhanced Surround Realism
Conventional multi-channel audio reproduction systems base their sound on Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, using matrix and steering technologies to create surround sound effects. Yamaha CINEMA DSP is much more advanced, actually creating richly realized independent sound fields that envelop you in an unmatched surround sound experience. With dialogue, music and effects ideally located in these separate sound fields, you will hear sound with accurate placement, smooth movement, exceptional clarity and richness, and startlingly realistic presence. It will seem as if the walls of your room have disappeared and you are in the middle of your own immense theater.
Adaptive DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Yamaha's Adaptive DRC technology automatically adjusts the dynamic range of the sound according to the volume that is selected. Adaptive DRC refines the dynamic range parameters to make low volume sounds easier to hear (narrower dynamic range) while retaining the massiveness felt during high volume (wider dynamic range). And because our ears lose sensitivity to low and high sounds as volume decreases, it continually adjusts these frequency ranges according to the volume and to the input signal level.
Large scale surround
in your headphones
SILENT CINEMA makes it possible to hear large-scale surround sound through ordinary headphones! This is a variation of CINEMA DSP technology that Yamaha developed to let you listen in private to movies and other multi-channel sources for hours without listening fatigue. Virtual CINEMA DSP lets you enjoy the effects of CINEMA DSP surround sound without using surround speakers (handy for use in custom installations where some rooms don't have surround speakers). It can be used with the front / center / presence speakers or even with just the two front left and right speakers.
Compressed Music Enhancer Refreshes Your Music
Yamaha employs sophisticated digital signal processing with exclusive algorithms to enable playback that improves the performance of compressed music formats, including MP3 and WMA. With the Compressed Music Enhancer, highs and especially lows are richer and smoother, bringing music back to life to be as close to the original as possible.
What's in the Box
- The Yamaha RX-V367 Receiver Unit
- Preset Remote Control
- Owner's Manual on CD-ROM
Optional Accessories for Added Connectivity (Sold Separately)
Receiver Comparison Chart
Yamaha YDS-12 Universal Dock for iPod and iPhone--The optional YDS-12 Universal Dock lets you connect your iPod or iPhone to compatible Yamaha receivers. It's "Works with iPhone"-certified to ensure you get the most out of your portable music library. Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver--The optional YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver docks to compatible Yamaha receivers so users can enjoy music wirelessly from Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, Windows PCs and Macs.
|HDMI Upscaling||HMDI Audio Return |
|3D Ready||SCENE Buttons||YPAO |
Auto Speaker Setup
|On-Screen Display||Zone Control|
|Version 1.3 |
(4 in/ 1 out)
|Version 1.4a |
(4 in/ 1 out)
|Version 1.4a |
(4 in/ 1 out)
|Version 1.4a |
(6 in/ 1 out)
- Power Output: 500W (100W x 5)
- Frequency Response: 10Hz - 100kHz +0,-3dB
- Frequency Response: 0.06%
- Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 98dB
- Dimensions (WxHxD): 17-1/8" x 6" x 12-3/8"
- Weight: 16.5 lbs
Legal DisclaimerDue to losses already suffered on shipping both ways, this is discounted accordingly.
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Nope, just wanted to kill all the cables and confusion.
Thanks to HDMI and this simple receiver, I have done that.
All my devices now (well almost all, still have an old Mac Mini with VGA!) are HDMI out. That means one thin cable carries the audio AND visual channels. The receiver then splits the audio and visual - audio is pumped out from the receiver to the speakers, video is sent to the flatscreen.
So to switch BOTH video and audio, all I have to do is select input (output is always the same, a single cable to the flatscreen).
Plus, the horrible audio sound effects built into this and other AV receivers - various degrees of reverb and fake surround sound - are refreshingly easy to process. Just set sound to "Straight" and no effects are added, you just get stereo from CD's and surround from DVD's. (Unless you have a surround encoded CD?)
I hooked up Apple TV, Roku, Blu Ray, and the Mac Mini.
Ok I left out the Mac Mini. If you have a legacy VGA/audio out device, this receiver can handle digital OR RCA outputs for sound. Then you run the VGA cable to the flatscreen. This puts you back in the dark ages of resetting the flatscreen for inputs (HDMI or VGA, in this case) and choosing the audio input. But it's not too hard on the receiver at least - just left or right arrows to cycle through your 4 possible HDMI sources then several audio sources. In the case of the Mac Mini, is has a "mini" stereo jack - one plug for both left and right channels - and this receiver thankfully has a "mini" stereo jack input (on the front). Which is also good if you want to pump in an MP3 player or iPod from the headphones jack.
There is no Apple connector or USB in.
Price is terrific for the ability to run a good surround sound system and clean out a LOT of surplus cables.
FYI running through HSU Labs speakers and subwoofer. Good bang for the buck.
Pros: Great sound, inexpensive, well made, ease of use, plenty of HDMI inputs and a good mix of variety of inputs/outputs for most smaller setups, HDMI 1.4a for 3D support, Deep Color support, remote works flawlessly with other components (controls Apple TV better than the Apple TV remote).
Cons: No on-screen TV display, no automatic calibration *biggie for me*, have to print the user manual off CD (or look at it on your computer), no CEC control.
May be important to you: no decoders for HD sound formats (Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HDMA), however these are mostly used in 6.1+ channel systems.
Another thing to note is a seemingly under-documented detail that this is a 6 ohm or 8 ohm (selectable) system, I had to do a lot of digging to find that out. I was looking for a 6 ohm receiver as I already have 6 ohm speakers in my bedroom setup.
Overall this was a great buy for my setup and it comes at a great price. I'm putting four stars due to the lack of auto-calibration, and no CEC, if those are not important to you then it's a five star system.
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The receiver is exactly what I expected, physical set up a breeze without referring to the quick start manual or DVD, and it works as advertised. Plenty of power, intuitive menus, clear readable display. It runs much cooler than my old (more than 10 year)Sony 5.1 despite 50% more RMS power. Due to the multiple HDMI inputs, many wires, power supplies, and a few boxes (switches) eliminated. Perfect. Sound clear & crisp....maybe too crisp. Using speaker distance to adjust by channel sound levels worked well.
What I don't like is the pre-set options for sound type. The "Straight" option gives the best overall: another reviewer said the other modes mainly adjusted echo, and I agree. What I'd like is rotary, all speaker dials for bass & treble. I'll be messing with the manual Equalizer adjustments for days to get the sound I want. That's a small nit to pick, as all receivers are this way these days. My only other problem is getting it to work with my DirectTV remote: I can power it off(after inputting the device codes) but not power on. I'll have to try this further.