YAMAHA RX-V667 7.1 HD 3D READY RECEIVER RXV 667 £400 @ Forum HiFi - HotUKDeals
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This is £49.99 cheaper than I can find it anywhere else. This is an award winning receiver and please don't vote it cold because you can buy another brand cheaper, if you can find THIS model for less I would be interested as I am in the market for one...

YAMAHA RX-V667 7.1 HD 3D READY RECEIVER RXV 667
High Sound Quality of the Yamaha RXV 667

• 7-channel powerful surround sound (980W=140W x 7 max for Europe, 630W=90W x 7 RMS, 910W=130W x 7 max) • The Yamaha RXV 667 has HD Audio format decoding: Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio; Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio • Discrete amp configuration • Pure Direct for HD audio and video enjoyment • Low jitter PLL circuitry • Assignable amplifiers for bi-amp connection • Intelligent assignable amplifiers for Surround Back Front Presence or Zone 2 connection


High Picture Quality of the Yamaha RXV 667

• Analogue and HDMI upscaling to full HD 1080p • 1080p-compatible HDMI: 6 inputs (1 on front) and 1 output • Supports Deep Colour (30/36 bit), x.v.Colour, 24Hz Refresh Rate and Auto Lip-Sync compensation • High quality video processing with precise deinterlacing - The Yamaha RXV 667 has Motion adaptive and edge adaptive deinterlacing - Multi-cadence (incl. 3-2 pull-down) detection


Advanced Features of the Yamaha RXV 667

• SCENE buttons (BD/DVD, TV, CD and Radio) - quick and simple to use • HDMI (V.1.4 with 3D and Audio Return Channel) • YPAO sound optimisation for automatic speaker setup • New multi-language GUI on-screen display with album art • HDMI CEC functionality • The Yamaha RXV 667 has the ability to change HDMI Input while in Standby Through mode • iPod/iPhone compatibility with optional YDS-12 Universal Dock • iPod song titles displayed in English and Western European languages on the front panel and on-screen display • The Yamaha RXV 667 has wireless connection for iPod/iPhone with optional YID-W10 • Bluetooth (A2DP) compatibility with optional Yamaha Bluetooth(R) Wireless Audio Receiver YBA-10 • Dialogue Lift • Auto power down function with variable time setting • Audio Delay for adjusting Lip-Sync (0-240ms) • Preset remote unit

Surround Realism of the Yamaha RXV 667

• HD Audio decoding with CINEMA DSP 3D (17 DSP programmes) • Compressed Music Enhancer with CINEMA DSP • The Yamaha RXV 667 has a virtual Presence Speaker function for CINEMA DSP 3D surround without Front Presence Speakers • Adaptive DRC (Dynamic Range Control) and Adaptive DSP Level • SILENT CINEMA and Virtual CINEMA DSP

Versatile Zone Control of the Yamaha RXV 667

• Zone 2 on/off and control on front panel • Zone sleep and system sleep • Remote input/output • Programmable +12V trigger output
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#1
I'd take onkyo 608 over it
#2
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it
Yes that was on my short list as well as the Denon but I decided to go for the Yamaha and you will spend a lot of time finding it near to this price.
#3
The 608 can be had for £330 exactly from a reputable seller on Ebay (i've just bought one) it's a re-furb with 12 month warrantee. I know which Amp I would rather have :D
banned#4
Yamaha all the way.
#5
Hi all could do with some advice. Having just bought a 42PFL9664 Philips LCD and a Sony 760 Blu ray I am looking for an AV.. having seen this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-str-da2400esb-7-1-channel-av-r/784998/?page=2#post9703383
for £199 im confused. Is this Yamaha amp or the 608 worth the extra?
Thx
1 Like #6
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it


That's because you quite obviously tone deaf.
#7
Got a Yamaha RX-V2065 and love it...Yamaha amps really do sounds nice and warm.
#8
In a nutshell yes. Listen to both side by side if you can and then you will see why.

ohitsaidwalker
Hi all could do with some advice. Having just bought a 42PFL9664 Philips LCD and a Sony 760 Blu ray I am looking for an AV.. having seen thishttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-str-da2400esb-7-1-channel-av-r/784998/?page=2#post9703383 for £199 im confused. Is this Yamaha amp or the 608 worth the extra?Thx
#9
I would rather buy from the AV Forums second hand than chance a refurb off fleabay but we all have decisions to make and I hope you are happy with your £330 gamble.

Personally I would prefer to spend the extra and get brand spanking new and for an extra £70 I get a receiver that is widely considered better ;)

I guess you also believe that refurb means just a tatty box and a return that a customer changed their mind on don't you ;)

dejonge3
The 608 can be had for £330 exactly from a reputable seller on Ebay (i've just bought one) it's a re-furb with 12 month warrantee. I know which Amp I would rather have :D
#10
Voted hot good amp, way better than Onkyo 608 to my ears tested both side by side
#11
I generally find warmer amps are better for music than movies - but you could find a complementary set of speakers to brighten this up if people are saying it swings towards warm.
1 Like #12
Not much in it but i got an email from audiovisualonline.co.uk on Thursday last week and they have it for £398.99 using voucher code yam6. Free delivery as well.

I've used them many times and they are excellent.
#13
Can't see it on the description but does it have usb input?
#14
I would personally go for this over the Onkyo, worth the extra imho. Having owned Onkyo, Yamaha and Pioneer recievers my preferance would always be for one of the latter two. If budget is the over riding factor though Onkyo are definately good vfm.
#15
iI will hold on till the 608 goes sub £400
1 Like #16
imycool
iI will hold on till the 608 goes sub £400


http://www.exceptional-av.co.uk/product.php?fdProductId=455
£349.99 with a few quid to post
**Factory Refurbished TX-SR608**
These units have been refurbished by Onkyo's UK repair centre and are in as new condition. All units are supplied with manuals, cables and remote controls as per non-refurbished units however the box may be damaged or not original and some units may have a small blemish which will not materially effect its aesthetics. The units are fully working and come with 12 months manufacturers warranty

tN (_;)

Edited By: TwistedNerve on Nov 01, 2010 13:08: added price
#17
hot!, I am also hoping to buy this model, has anyone dealt with forum ?
#18
I dont believe this just bought it from Richer sounds on friday :( for £449
#19
they price-match up to 7 days after purchase (I think!)
#20
kidou
I dont believe this just bought it from Richer sounds on friday :( for £449


Yeah I bet Richer sounds will price match it if you're quick.
#21
ok thanks I will try :)
#22
Another advantage of a Yamaha amp is the Silent Cinema mode. For me with a little one upstairs, switching on the full surround sound can rarely be done. For late night viewing sessions with a decent set of headphones (sennheiser HD595s for me) the Silent Cinema creates a really good pseudo surround effect without waking the wife and daughter! Don't think the Onkyos have Dolby Headphone and it's only on a few of the more expensive Denons as well.
#23
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it


Ditto, the Onkyo has the edge after reading reviews of both.
Bigfootpete
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it


That's because you quite obviously tone deaf.


Your obviously not in the know.
#24
simate
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it
Ditto, the Onkyo has the edge after reading reviews of both.
Bigfootpete
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it
That's because you quite obviously tone deaf.
Your obviously not in the know.
You would trust reviews over your own ears?
1 Like #25
Buy the Onkyo by all means if you have no central heating in your house and like the smell of capacitors slowly burning out over time. The Yamaha is a far better choice especially if you like a warmer sound rather than the bright sound of the Onkyo's, Sony etc.
#26
Showing as £449 now [same as everywhere else]
#27
Looks like a few people took advantage of the price...
#28
If anyone wants a Onkyo 608 for £377 I have a single use code for Exceptional AV from a competition. Thought I'd won one when the email came through but alas it was just an offer of a cheap one !!

PM me if your interested.
#29
Just spoke to the company and it might be worth giving them a call and seeing if they will honour the price you spotted on here before they had to increase the price ;)
#30
simate
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it


Ditto, the Onkyo has the edge after reading reviews of both.
Bigfootpete
kvn618
I'd take onkyo 608 over it


That's because you quite obviously tone deaf.


Your obviously not in the know.


or he's owned one before and can attest to the reliability of onkyo...btw i have an '875. I used to have a yamaha and id go back to them or sony anyday. I would never buy another onkyo product.
#31
mumjit
Buy the Onkyo by all means if you have no central heating in your house and like the smell of capacitors slowly burning out over time. The Yamaha is a far better choice especially if you like a warmer sound rather than the bright sound of the Onkyo's, Sony etc.


totally accurate. Had to have caps replaced on mine. Took 2 trips to the onkyo centre (which do the 'refurbs' apparently) and having to actually video the screen problem as the engineer insisted it didn't have one until i emailed them a bunch of vids demo'ing the prob. My first 875 exploded -literally- after plugging it in.
#32
RiKx
mumjit
Buy the Onkyo by all means if you have no central heating in your house and like the smell of capacitors slowly burning out over time. The Yamaha is a far better choice especially if you like a warmer sound rather than the bright sound of the Onkyo's, Sony etc.
totally accurate. Had to have caps replaced on mine. Took 2 trips to the onkyo centre (which do the 'refurbs' apparently) and having to actually video the screen problem as the engineer insisted it didn't have one until i emailed them a bunch of vids demo'ing the prob. My first 875 exploded -literally- after plugging it in.
Might be why ebay and other online sources are so full of refurbs.
#33
I'm trying to find a receiver to which I can connect my PS3 and Sky+HD over HDMI inputs, and my projector and telly over outputs. Is there any device with which you can choose and change which input goes to which output? Sometimes I game on the projector while my wife watches tv, sometimes we might want to do that the other way round...
#34
kimbles
I would rather buy from the AV Forums second hand than chance a refurb off fleabay but we all have decisions to make and I hope you are happy with your £330 gamble.

Personally I would prefer to spend the extra and get brand spanking new and for an extra £70 I get a receiver that is widely considered better ;)

I guess you also believe that refurb means just a tatty box and a return that a customer changed their mind on don't you ;) You are sooooo wrong, it came with next day delivery and was a brand new unit, in a brand new box without so much as a fingerprint on it!

Sound is amazing and is widely considered the best AV amp for under £600

http://www.exceptional-av.co.uk/uploads/onkyo-608-award.jpg

dejonge3
The 608 can be had for £330 exactly from a reputable seller on Ebay (i've just bought one) it's a re-furb with 12 month warrantee. I know which Amp I would rather have :D
#35
THX Certified and not just What Hi Fi best home cinema 2010 - £300 - £500

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