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Been watching this for a while, and just noticed it has dropped by £30 since earlier today. HDMI and DTS too, seems to have it all. This seems a complete bargain to me, and my plastic is getting very twitchy now! Don`t forget [email protected]% too.

Description

The Yamaha AV63 Pack brings together the RX-V363 - 5.1 channel amplifier and the NS-P110 - 5.1 speaker system in one complete affordable Home Cinema package.

RX-V363: 5.1 Channel Amplifier

5.1 Channel digital home theatre receiver which features:

* 4 SCENE buttons offering greater operating ease (with 12 preset SCENE templates)
* YPAO for automatic speaker setup
* Front panel mini jack for connecting portable audio player
* 9 selectable subwoofer crossover frequencies / Subwoofer phase select
* Initial Volume Setting and Maximum Volume Setting
* 5-channel powerful surround sound (525W=105W x 5 for Europe, 500W=100W x 5 RMS)
* High dynamic power, low-impedance drive capability
* 192kHz/24-bit DACs used in all channels
* 1080p-compatible HDMI switching (2 in/1 out) including 1080p/24Hz support
* HDTV compatible component video terminals (3 in/1 out)

NS-P110B: 5.1-Channel Speaker Package

Compact, Complete Digital Home Theater 5.1-Channel Speaker Package. A Very Convenient and Affordable Way to Begin Enjoying the Thrilling Experience of Multi-Channel Movie Sound. The NS-P110 has the following Main Features:

* Ideal Combination for 5.1-Channel Movie Sound Formats
* 6-Speaker Package Consisting of 4-Satellite (Front L/R, Surround L/R), Center Speakers and Subwoofer
* Excellent Sound Quality and Smart, Compact Design
* Advanced YST Subwoofer for Powerful Bass Response
* Dual 5cm (2) Full-Range Drivers for High Sound Quality (4 Satellites and Center)
* Flexible Placement
* Magnetic Shielding Allows Placement Near a TV

Features
Convenience

* On Screen Display

Sound & Power Output

* Dolby Pro-Logic
* Dolby Digital 5.1
* DTS 5.1
* Dolby Pro-Logic 2
* 8 x Surround Programmes
* 500 W (RMS) Output Power
* 2x100 W Front Speaker Output
* 100 W Centre Speaker Output
* 2x100 W Rear Speaker Output
* 100 W Subwoofer Speaker Output

Speaker Specification

* Magnetically Shielded

Connections

* 2 (In) + 1 (Out) x HDMI Connections
* 3 (In) + 1 (Out) x Component Video Connections
* 2 x Optical Terminal Connections
* 1 x Co-axial Digital Connection
* 2 x Audio Analog Phono Connections
* 1 x Headphone Socket
* 1 x Subwoofer Pre-Out Connection
* 4 x Front/Side AV Connections

Accessories Supplied

* Remote Control
* User Manual
* Mains Cable
* Batteries
* Quick Start Guide
* Warranty Card
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#1
http://vba1.co.uk/products/yamaha/av-package-63_xl.jpg
#2
Great starter kit, nice price too. Hot from me.
#3
does this come with any cables?
#4
you get speaker and sub woofer cables but no hdmi or similar for amp. have similar yamaha amp and same speakers. very substantial upgrade from standard tele speakers.... voted hot get one now
#5
anyone know where to pick up a cheap HDMI and optical cable (for my PS3)?

Think Im gonna vote this hot as its a good price and Im very tempted
#7
Oh dear, gone and ordered one:thumbsup:...old JBL 5.1 has seen years of service, but showing it`s age now, can`t wait to receive the Yamaha. Will post back when setup:)
#8
Righto, got these delivered fine, setup was no problem, sounds sooo much better than my old JBL system. Still learning with it, as there is loads of effects etc, amplifier was a tad larger than expected(much to the wife`s `amusement`) but really does sound excellent, and a bargain at this price!:thumbsup:
#9
does the amp do 'LPCM over HDMI'? reasonably priced good HDMI cables here http://ukhdmi.com/hdmi-n-premium.php
#10
Oh balls - only two weeks ago I paid about £10 more for the same speakers and the older version of the amp (i.e. no HDMI) at Richer Sounds. Ah well.

My setup is great - a real step up from telly speakers. The speakers come with speaker cable for all the satellites and a sub cable as well. Unless you're wanting to mount speakers miles away from the telly, you should be fine.

Hot hot hot.
#11
Looked very hard at this, but have decided to go for this Sony one at £233 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/541205/art/sony/ht-ddw890-home-cinema-sys.html

What does everyone else think?
#12
Great deal!
#13
Smartbuyer
does the amp do 'LPCM over HDMI'? reasonably priced good HDMI cables here http://ukhdmi.com/hdmi-n-premium.php


http://www.ebuyer.com/product/130508 HDMI v1.3, free delivery takes around 5 days
#14
Just ordered one after quick run through the net. :thumbsup:
banned#15
Will this be able to connect to my XBox 360?

What cable would I require.
#16
fryster
Looked very hard at this, but have decided to go for this Sony one at £233 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/541205/art/sony/ht-ddw890-home-cinema-sys.html

Why ?
I haven't heard either, but the Yamaha's likely to be leagues ahead of the Sony in sound quality !
#18
I tried one of these about a month ago, and although I thought the amp was excellent, I found the speakers were a let down particularly the centre.

During a loud movie soundtrack or video game there was not a problem because the sub kicked in, but watching normal speech-only tv (like the news for instance) the centre had no mid-range, so the speech sounded very tinny.

I re-connected my old centre speaker (a fairly basic, but larger Eltax) to this amp to get a comparison and it sounded MILES better. I took the system back for a refund.

So in summary, I found the amp to be excellent, but the speakers do not do the system justice.
#19
Great entry System for little cash
#20
Forget to mention that set-up was easy, but the speaker connectors are VERY small so if you plan on using better/thicker diameter cables you might struggle to get them in the holes
#21
fryster;2539285
Looked very hard at this, but have decided to go for this Sony one at £233 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/541205/art/sony/ht-ddw890-home-cinema-sys.html

What does everyone else think?


I've had the Sony for nearly a year now replacing a Yamaha system. The Yamaha system, despite being a 7-years old model, beats it hands down in terms of sound quality. I guess this new model will be even better. I only bought the Sony because it was the only one with HDMI ports when I bought it.

Also, I don't see how Sony thought the brown speakers will go with the modern-looking receiver in the same room! - it's a matter of taste at the end of the day but in my opinion they look absolutely **** together and not compatible at all.

If I'm in the market for a home theatre system I would definitely buy a Yamaha.
#22
fryster
Looked very hard at this, but have decided to go for this Sony one at £233 http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/541205/art/sony/ht-ddw890-home-cinema-sys.html

What does everyone else think?


I have been warned about ordering from pixmania as apparently its a french company, my friend once ordered something electrical from there and it had the european plug on so beware.. :S
#23
can you connect a SKY HD box thru this ?

Will it upscale a standard sky image ?
#24
Smartbuyer
does the amp do 'LPCM over HDMI'? reasonably priced good HDMI cables here http://ukhdmi.com/hdmi-n-premium.php


I can recommend the premium ones from UKHMDI but I would try their Ebay shop first because they were offering free postage on the same cables when I last looked :thumbsup:
#25
I just use my normal Plasma tv speakers to watch movies and tv , i mean i can hear programs and movies loud enough , what extra does this give you ....and is it likely to annoy neighbours?
#26
Got these for a friend (TV/movies watching) from RS earlier mostly due to the price.

As previous reviewer said satellites are letting down all setup. Tested these with X-Fi PCM input and a few heavy flacs – you can hear vibration and squeakiness at 60+ volume which is unacceptable. Vocal is delivered flat despite sub’s efforts. No surround effects would help this – satellites’ drivers are simply too tiny (2”) with not enough movement. Sound as loud as it may appear still fails to fill 20 sq.m. room. Even my £170 Logitech Z5500 pc speakers sound miles better.

‘TV speakers step up’ – obviously. Worth £200 - as sound setup - no, but RX-V363 is a solid receiver and worth £180 on its own - £20 for speakers pretty much sums them up but you can always replace them at a later stage. So ‘hot’.

And yes, Pixmania’s CS is ****. They did not pay my postage costs for a return of a faulty item despite writing recorded to France twice with receipts and 6 months worth of messages. Just not worth doing chargeback for £10. Stay away.
#27
A-n-d-y
I just use my normal Plasma tv speakers to watch movies and tv , i mean i can hear programs and movies loud enough , what extra does this give you ....and is it likely to annoy neighbours?


What plasma do you have?

The obvious benefit is surround sound. You'll hear the rear effects wrap behind you so you're truly in the centre of the sound stage. The front channels can be wider spaced and this will give you a wider, more realistic sound field.

There's also better speech separation with the centre channel dealing with mostly speech alone rather than being mixed in with the left and right channels. This makes speech clearer, especially in action scenes.

The amp also has a lot more power - this doesn't just mean it will go louder but means it will distort less at higher volumes and has greater composure.

It's also accept more inputs - Sky box, MP3 player, DVD player - whatever you like. Music will sound better if you ever watch music channels and it'll also do a decent job with music by playing CDs through your DVD player.
#28
GAZZA-UK
can you connect a SKY HD box thru this ?

Will it upscale a standard sky image ?


Do you mean for sound? If I remember correctly the Sky HD box uses an optical out for sound, so yes.

Your TV upscales and downscales resolutions to fit so whether any device connected to it upscales or not is pretty irrelevant. Most people don't realise/forget this. Upscaling is just something to put on the product box to make it sound more appealing.
#29
just a wee caveat that this is a sub/sat system and IMHO should really be advised where space is at a premium. If not then I reckon a full system (floorstanders/bookshelfs etc) would be better.

For this price level however and if you *are* after a sub sat sytem then is probably the best :-)
#30
Im in the market for a budget 5.1 setup for my EP30 HDDVD player and PS3.

Anyone heard this system: Denon system
#31
A-n-d-y
I just use my normal Plasma tv speakers to watch movies and tv , i mean i can hear programs and movies loud enough , what extra does this give you ....and is it likely to annoy neighbours?


Clearly you haven't has a chance to listen to a REAL HOME CINEMA setup..... speakers are not about making the sound LOUDER (although they have a lot more power than you plasma speakers)......Loudeness isn't typically the key to good sound, its clarity...... these speakers will do a much better job any TV speakers, even better than the highest rated Plasma/LCD TV out there....

These will give you a better balance of bass and trebble...... like another poster said, you can't beat having a centre speaker dedicated to the vocals in a 5.1 setup, and having the rear speakers just makes you feel like your in the film.

I seriously recommend you go to richer sounds and arrange a demo of a 5.1 setup - I'm not asking you to buy a 5.1 setup, just demo one so you can at least see what these kits are all about..... chances are you will never make a comment like this again - you will be amazed! :)

GREAT HOME CINEMA EXPERIENCE is made of 50% Audio Quality, 50% Video Quality..... they're both as valuable.

Plus this is Yamaha kit, you can't go wrong!

My Home Cinema Setup
#32
how does this compare to the onkyo 505/506 ? (the amp that is )
#33
PoisonJam;2540514
What plasma do you have?

The obvious benefit is surround sound. You'll hear the rear effects wrap behind you so you're truly in the centre of the sound stage. The front channels can be wider spaced and this will give you a wider, more realistic sound field.

There's also better speech separation with the centre channel dealing with mostly speech alone rather than being mixed in with the left and right channels. This makes speech clearer, especially in action scenes.

The amp also has a lot more power - this doesn't just mean it will go louder but means it will distort less at higher volumes and has greater composure.

It's also accept more inputs - Sky box, MP3 player, DVD player - whatever you like. Music will sound better if you ever watch music channels and it'll also do a decent job with music by playing CDs through your DVD player.

Pioneer Kuro 4280XD , i live in an apartment at mo so i do worry with a 5.1 if it would be to loud?
1 Like #34
A-n-d-y
Pioneer Kuro 4280XD , i live in an apartment at mo so i do worry with a 5.1 if it would be to loud?


Just because it's surround sound doesn't mean you have to put it up any louder :)

In fact, with the clearer speech, due to the dedicated centre speaker, I find you can turn the volume down and not miss what people are saying. Also, many receivers have a "night-time" setting that amplifies speech and quieter noises you might miss with the volume turned down and turns down loud effects that might pester your neighbours.

The only thing you have to worry about is the sub woofer, but the volume of this can be turned down independently and you can put it on a cut-to-fit bit of carpet or something similar to cut down on noise transferred through the walls or floor.

Your Pioneer has pretty good sound.... for a Plasma/LCD with their thin speakers, but the difference a system like this would bring is pretty big. You could also consider a "sound bar" - Yamaha are one brand that make these and they sit under your TV. Even a smaller 2.1 system from the likes of Denon would make a big difference to the quality of sound. It's difficult to appreciate until you've heard/demoed it.
#35
PoisonJam;2541221
Just because it's surround sound doesn't mean you have to put it up any louder :)

In fact, with the clearer speech, due to the dedicated centre speaker, I find you can turn the volume down and not miss what people are saying. Also, many receivers have a "night-time" setting that amplifies speech and quieter noises you might miss with the volume turned down and turns down loud effects that might pester your neighbours.

The only thing you have to worry about is the sub woofer, but the volume of this can be turned down independently and you can put it on a cut-to-fit bit of carpet or something similar to cut down on noise transferred through the walls or floor.

Your Pioneer has pretty good sound.... for a Plasma/LCD with their thin speakers, but the difference a system like this would bring is pretty big. You could also consider a "sound bar" - Yamaha are one brand that make these and they sit under your TV. Even a smaller 2.1 system from the likes of Denon would make a big difference to the quality of sound. It's difficult to appreciate until you've heard/demoed it.

thanks for that info :thumbsup: was helpful ,rep added.

Ill most likely get one now , i thought about paying over a grand for a tv that i should really have something like this to make it even more better , just worried about if it would be to loud but from what you say it seems as though it need not be , thanks :)
#36
I went to the site and some of the text seems to be wrong, it says "1080p upscaling via HDMI" which I don't think this does. The manual for the amp is here:
http://www.yamaha-uk.com/pdf/owner_manuals/RX-V363.pdf

Yamaha lists it as a new product, but I did a search and the word "upscal" doesn't appear anywhere in there.
I have a Yamaha AX761 (thanks to hukd) and that one handles HDMI and normal video completely seperately. I have to connect all my standard video inputs via component from the amp to the TV. From reading the manual it doesn't do video conversion, so you would need 3 cables from this to your TV, one for standard composite video, one for component and one for HDMI.

Still sounds like an amzing deal, but just wanted to point that out in case anyone was relying on the upscaling.
#37
Had one of these for around 2 months now... must agree the Amp is great, the speakers are useless!, does anyone have idea on some good ones to replace them.. would like wall mountable fronts and centers (so no huge floor standers!)
#38
how bout with these speakers? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/126903
#39
does this do sound over hdmi?!
#40
Excellent setup for the price unless you have thousands to spend, I have one and its amazing, very good bass etc etc, you cant go wrong for £200 for a setup like this, get one!!! It goes so loud I cant even turn it up full :D

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