- 3D Compatiblity
Yamaha RX-V375 5.1 Channel 3D A/V Home Theater Receiver - (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Discrete Amp Configuration for High Sound Quality
- 4K Pass Through for Next Generation Super High Resolution Images
- HDMI with 3D and Audio Return Channel
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RX-V375 5.1 Channel AV Receiver
Yamaha's Entry Piece to the V-Class Packs a Punch with Advanced Features for a Great Value with the RX-V375
Yamaha's RX-V375 entry level receiver provides simple operation yet includes essential capabilities for high definition home audio video enjoyment. With popular features like USB input for iPhone® and color on-screen display this may be the perfect receiver for you with the quality of the Yamaha name behind it. Plus, be ready for the future with sophisticated technologies like Ultra HD (4K) pass-through and ECO mode for lower power consumption.
Discrete Amp Configuration for High Sound Quality
This AV receiver was designed with a strong focus on achieving exceptionally high sound clarity. It employs a discrete amp configuration and a low jitter PLL circuit, which contribute to its excellent audio performance.
Ultra HD (4K) Pass-through for Next Generation Super High Resolution Images
This AV receiver provides advanced HDMI® features including Ultra HD (4K) pass-through. Ultra HD (4K) refers to four times the resolution of a 1080p display. While not yet available, Ultra HD (4K) displays and sources are sure to become popular in the future. This receiver is capable of passing the Ultra HD (4K) data from the source to the display for image clarity far beyond present standards.
HDMI with 3D and Audio Return Channel
3D means the receiver can handle 3D signal data. The Audio Return Channel function enables data to be sent and received via the same HDMI cable so you can hear the sound from the TV via a single HDMI cable with no need for an extra optical cable.
HDMI CEC for Easy Operation
Another benefit of HDMI is the availability of CEC functionality. When the unit is connected to a CEC compatible TV, it will turn on and off together with the TV and you can use the TV remote to control the volume. CEC also provides advanced functionality with other components. For example, you can use the receiver's remote unit to control player functions like Skip and Stop.
*All connected devices must be HDMI CEC compatible. Some CEC compatible TVs/players may not work.
YPAO™ Sound Optimization for Automatic Speaker Setup
YPAO analyzes the room acoustics and adjusts various audio parameters for optimum sound in just a few minutes. It's like having a professional installer calibrate your system.
USB Digital Connection for iPod® and iPhone® on the Front Panel
A USB port on the front panel allows convenient connection of an iPod/iPhone, which also charges when connected. Because the digital signal from the iPod/iPhone is transmitted directly to the AV receiver, there is no signal loss or interference so you enjoy the best possible sound quality. In addition, you can use the receiver's remote control unit to operate the iPod/iPhone music playback functions.
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.
Surround Realism HD Audio with CINEMA DSP
Yamaha's exclusive CINEMA DSP technology supports playback of HD Audio (Dolby® TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio™, etc.), providing natural and expansive sound imaging.
Subwoofer Trim for Improved Sound Imaging
The Subwoofer Trim Control enhances the low frequencies by avoiding overlap with the front speaker output. This will result in a cleaner, more focused sound stage while providing a seamless frequency response. When subwoofer frequency overlap occurs in conventional systems, the overall sound is "pushed" toward the subwoofer. Subwoofer Trim Control takes care of this by separating the low subwoofer frequencies cleanly, thus stabilizing the front stage while providing a well-balanced enhanced bass sound.
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.
Adaptive DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Adaptive DRC automatically adjusts the dynamic range of the sound according to the volume level. This ensures that you hear clear dialogue and vocals and all sound effects at comfortable levels. There is no need to adjust the volume level as you listen; everything from whispers to big explosions will be heard clearly and comfortably at the same volume setting. It also tones down loud TV commercials and is ideal for low-volume, late-night listening when you do not want to disturb others.
ECO Mode Lowers Power Consumption by 20 Percent*
Yamaha's new ECO mode reduces power consumption by about 20 percent. It can be set from the top of the GUI menu.
*Compared to power consumption when ECO mode is off (Yamaha measurement).
Selectable Auto Power Down
Auto Power Down lets you save energy by selecting to turn off the power after two, four, eight or 12 hours.
Low Standby Power Consumption
Yamaha makes its receivers eco-friendly with a low standby power consumption of 0.3 W.
Other Notable Video Features
Supports Deep Color (30/36 bit), x.v.Color, 24 Hz refresh rate and auto lip-sync compensation.
Other Notable Advanced Features
- iPod/iPhone song titles displayed in English and Western European languages on the front panel
- Multi-language color OSD for improved visibility
- Front panel mini-jack input for connecting portable audio player
- Audio input assign capability for HDMI and component video input
- Nine selectable subwoofer crossover frequencies
- Subwoofer phase select / Subwoofer out
- Initial volume setting and maximum volume setting
- Audio delay for adjusting lip-sync (0-250 ms)
- 40-station preset tuning / Auto preset tuning
- Background video feature (for radio only)
Other Notable Surround Realism
SILENT CINEMA™ and Virtual CINEMA DSP.
Which Yamaha RX-V Series Receiver is Right for You?
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|8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1 ch driven||8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1 ch driven||8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1 ch driven||8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 2 ch driven||8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 2 ch driven|
|Watts/Channel||100 x 5||115 x 5||115 x 7||105 x 7||105 x 7|
|Amp Assignable||-||-||Surround Back/ Bi-amp/Zone B audio||Surround Back/ Bi-amp/Presence/ Zone 2||Surround Back/ Bi-amp/Presence/ Zone 2|
|Made for iPad/iPhone/iPod||iPhone/iPod only||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|HDMI In(Front)/Out||4 in/1out||4 in/1out||5 in/1out||6(1 front)/1||6(1 front)/2|
|MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link||-||1 Rear Panel||1 Rear Panel||1 Front Panel||1 Front Panel|
|HDMI Ultra HD (4K)-2K||Pass-through||Pass-through||Pass-through||Pass-through & Upscale||Pass-through & Upscale & HDMI Zone B|
Ease of Use
|Panel Height||5.9"||6.3"||6.3"||6.7"||6.7"/Aluminum front|
|Graphical User Interface||-||-||-||✔||✔|
|YPAO Speaker Setup||✔||✔||✔||✔ PLUS RSC||✔ PLUS RSC Multi-point|
|Multi-zone||-||-||Zone B||Zone 2 Line out / SP out||Zone 2 Line out / SP out|
|Wi-Fi Smartphone App Control||-||✔||✔||✔||✔|
|Internet Radio||-||✔Pandora, vTuner||✔Pandora, vTuner||✔Pandora, Rhapsody, vTuner||✔Pandora, Rhapsody, vTuner|
|Network Receiver||-||✔||✔||✔||✔ WI-FI ADAPTER INCLUDED|
|HDMI||4 in/1 out||5 in/1 out||5 in/1 out||6(1 front)/1||6(1 front)/2|
|USB||1 (front)||1 (front)||1 (front)||1 (front)||1 (front)|
|DC Out (USB)||-||1 (rear)||1 (rear)||1 (rear)||1 (rear)|
|Digital Optical||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out|
|Digital Coaxial||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out||2 in/ 0 out|
|Analog Audio||4(1 front)/2||4(1 front)/1||4(1 front)/1||4 in/1 out||4 in/1 out|
|Component Video||2 in/1 out||2 in/1 out||2 in/1 out||2 in/1 out||2 in/1 out|
|Composite Video||4(1 front)/1||5(1 front)/1||5(1 front)/1||5(1 front)/1||5(1 front)/1|
Top Customer Reviews
I've had a Denon 3808 for about 10 years and I have to say this Yamaha had many of the features and sound quality of the system I have and I paid a lot less for the Yamaha.
- Impressive audio. I know speakers also play a role but this receiver made Polk Audio RM6750 (about $180) speakers sound amazing. I've heard good things about this Polk line but the clean and crisp sound I am giving credit to the Yamaha receiver. It provides well balanced sound with good highs, mids and lows.
- A variety of audio and video inputs. A lot of receivers in this price range have removed most all of their video and audio inputs in favor of HDMI only (Harmen Kardon 1700, I'm looking at you here). I liked that the Yamaha 375 gave people options of component and composite video inputs as well as a full complement of audio inputs. I especially liked that you can mix and match audio and video inputs depending on your set up. For example, you can tell it to do HDMI video with analog audio 1 for sound.
- Calibration was a breeze and made for impressive audio with the included mic. I wasn't super impressed with the initial sound when we hooked everything up but once we calibrated it using the mic, I went from underwhelmed to impressed.Read more ›
I played with the pre-programmed sound options and the sound coming out is more present, more dynamic, more wow....it was very enjoyable. I then put on a CD - this is where I found a huge difference. My PM100 speakers are great for Movies, but just good not great for CD's. That is no more - now CD's sound great. I played with the pre-programmed sound options some more....Read more ›
I did a bunch of research on this and a few other receivers, from Pioneer, Onyko and Sony. My needs were a receiver with at least 5.1 surround (my current set up) and HDMI switching and the ability to work with the Netflix 5.1 surround on my Roku. I was concerned about the Netflix/Roku 5.1 surround after doing some research and hearing a bunch of horror stories with various receivers not working right, well, actually I think it's more of a Roku 2 issue. But a number of budget receivers like this one and some higher end ones, all seemed to have a bit of the issue. Some also had a "handshake" issue with some cable boxes. Even though there were some work around with a number of the receivers, I personally refuse to pay a lot of money for something and then spend hours "hacking" something to get it to work like it was advertised to. Now to be fair, most of the issues with a number of receivers where 2012 and earlier models, but I didn't want to spend over $350 for this set up so there were a lot of deals on 2012 models but even with firmware updates there were still issues with some people's systems.
Well as I said, I can report after hooking this up and testing it, all are working, there is a delay with the Roku though once you get into a movie with at least 5.1 surround sound. It takes about 10-15 seconds for the video to show up once you select a movie. And this was with any service, Netflix, Vudu, Amazon and Plex.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for an inexpensive but good home theater system. Had to return this a buy the next model up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Don't buy it. Have had one for 2.5 years. Started acting up a year ago. TV would show a pink screen. Shut the unit off, turn it on, then it was good. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russ
replaced my old pioneer of 17 years just didn't have the new connection, this thing rocksPublished 2 months ago by Keith Reifsteck
I've been using this for over a year and we love the sound clarity and versatility! With good speakers it like being at the movies. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dwight O. Craver Jr.
It didn't work with my LG TV. I returned it for another and brought in an AV specialist who couldn't get it to work either. I ended up buying a Denon AVR-S500BT.Published 4 months ago by P Fish
It's a nice receiver, but it shipped with some issues. The clamp for the positive left rear speaker wire was missing and I ended up fixing the minor problem myself. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Riley Simmons