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Yamaha RXV367 - Titanium AV Receiver - £139.95 *Instore* @ Richer Sounds £139.99

£139.99 @ Richer Sounds
The Yamaha RXV367 is our first Yamaha to usher in 3D TV compatibility. Coming complete with HDMI 1.4, the Yamaha RXV367 is the ideal AV receiver for a 3D TV future. With four HDMI v1.4 inputs and… Read More
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The Yamaha RXV367 is our first Yamaha to usher in 3D TV compatibility.

Coming complete with HDMI 1.4, the Yamaha RXV367 is the ideal AV receiver for a 3D TV future. With four HDMI v1.4 inputs and a monitor output you're all set for linking up either 3D or conventional sources and connecting them through to a 3D or conventional TV.

3D aside, the RXV367 is an enticing AV receiver. Power is up from 105 watts to 120 (4 ohm speakers) and the processing power remains as impressive as ever.

In addition to sounding great, the Yamaha is also easy to use. The SCENE function automatically selects the ideal DSP (Digital Signal Processor) setting to suit the input. Four SCENE selections ensure that you always have the correct setting when watching films or listening to music. In addition to this, YPAO automatically sets the speakers to match the room's acoustics.

Other great features with this budget Yamaha receiver include Compressed Music Enhancer and A/V lip sync function. Compressed Music Enhancer improves the sound from MP3 sources such as computer audio or iPods giving them enhanced detail at the top end and lower bass. A/V lip sync function ensures you get a perfect match between the image of dialogue on your TV and the actual sound from your speakers.

As an introduction into proper AV, it doesn't get much better than the Yamaha RX-V367.
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#1
Amazon £155.02
Best Buy UK £199.99
Pixmania £153.00
#2
http://images.trustedreviews.com/images/article/inline/14069-rearportsbig.jpg
#3
http://www.hifisuppliers.co.uk/Images/yamaha/2010/rxv367%20x%202%20large.jpg
#4
seems a good price for this. bought an amp recently for around £50 and it is terrible. This is defo worth the £80 extra :) heat given

Edited By: millsey2010 on Feb 23, 2011 15:05
2 Likes #5
Looks like a cracking deal - shame it's not a proper brand like ALBA.
#6
once_upon_a_tyne
Looks like a cracking deal - shame it's not a proper brand like ALBA.


LOL
#7
+ Excellent price, nice set of input options.
- Spring surround speaker connection, no HD audio.

Still hot deal though.
#8
nice looking


Edited By: dontasciime on Feb 23, 2011 15:55: l;
#9
I like it... Shame i've only got two HDMI devices, and my current reviever has the required two inputs...
#10
Nice receiver, if my Cambridge Audio Azur wasnt still going strong I would go for this!
#11
Looks like a deal :D
#12
Cheaper here

[http://www.froogle.prcdirect.co.uk/hi-fi-and-audio/av-amp-receiver/rxv367ti/product
#13
Great price for a VERY decent entry level AV receiver. I would be tempted if I hadn't got an Onkyo SR505 from eBay last year for £50 :p
#14
bobbagoose
Great price for a VERY decent entry level AV receiver. I would be tempted if I hadn't got an Onkyo SR505 from eBay last year for £50 :p


you got lucky!!!
#15
It is worth paying extra £35 on the 467 model?
#16
mofokiss
you got lucky!!!


EXTREMELY lol
#17
Does this decode or pass through audio only?
#18
says it doesnt pass multi channel audio over hdmi...... whats that all about?
#19
mofokiss
http://images.trustedreviews.com/images/article/inline/14069-rearportsbig.jpg


wow! the back looks much more simpley without all those extra phono plugs. it'll look even better in the future when its all digital & its without any phono sockets
#20
this is my present amplifier X)

http://ii.alatest.com/product/600x400/f/c/Sony-STR-DB1070-0.jpg
#21
montana78
this is my present amplifier X)

http://ii.alatest.com/product/600x400/f/c/Sony-STR-DB1070-0.jpg



This is mine (Yamaha DSP-Z7) in black though unlike in the picture:

http://i.testfreaks.co.uk/images/products/600x400/194/yamaha-dsp-z7.1121986.jpg





Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 23, 2011 20:16: extra info
#22
sunpreet
says it doesnt pass multi channel audio over hdmi...... whats that all about?


if an amplifier doesnt have on board HD audio decoder such as DTS HD then rather than buying a new amplifier you can just get a blu-ray player such as Sony BD760 or samsung c6900. tehy have onboard HD audio decoding. from here you have 2 options of sending that signal to the amp.

1st is to get phono cable to send signal for each channel to the amp (3 pair of L/R phono cables). with this option you'll need decent cable to carry the signals & poor cables will lose some signal. So will probably end up spending at least £60 on cables.

2nd (cheaper) option is if you AMP has HDMI input and supports the pass multi channel audio over hdmi you can just get a £1 HDMI cable to carry the signal directly to the AMP. as its digital you wont lose quality on cheap cable. just make sure to get a 1.3 or above cable.

So this is very important if dont have the budget to buy a HD audio amp now ut want to have the option to upgrade to HD audio in the future (with source devices that have onboard HD decoder)

hope this helps
#24
sunpreet
says it doesnt pass multi channel audio over hdmi...... whats that all about?


I thought it said it doesn't have multi channel inputs in the specs which is on par for this price bracket. If it does sound over HDMI then 9 out of 10 people won't want Multi Channel inputs anyway.

Have any of your sources got multi channel outputs rather than HDMI?

IMHO the only benefit of MCI is when your BR player can decode HD sound and your AV Receiver can't. Then you get your high end decoding BR player to do it and send each individual channel to the matching multi channel inputs on the AV Receiver. It does require an AV Receiver than can properly add up to 15dB of LFE to the subwoofer channel though.

Back to the real world though this Receiver does NOT decode the newer HD sound formats despite HDMI inputs so IMHO best avoided and pay a few £ extra to buy a slightly higher £ Yamaha model (or another brand) than can decode HD sound via HDMI from Blu-Ray players.




Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 23, 2011 20:34
#25
does the amplifier upscale video sources over hdmi
#26
i'd rather pay the £60 extra & get this if I was considering a new AMP. its got HD decoder onboard & multi channel over hdmi

http://www.richersounds.com/product/av-receivers/sony/strdn1000/sony-strdn1000
http://www.richersounds.com/showimage.php?image=306364.jpg&max_width=300&max_height=260

Edited By: montana78 on Feb 23, 2011 20:44
#27
#28
#29
montana78
i'd rather pay the £60 extra & get this if I was considering a new AMP. its got HD decoder onboard & multi channel over hdmi

http://www.richersounds.com/product/av-receivers/sony/strdn1000/sony-strdn1000

http://www.richersounds.com/showimage.php?image=306364.jpg&max_width=300&max_height=260


Personally I would pay extra for HD via HDMI and forget all about Multi Channel Inputs. Its becoming obselete, is really not necessary for most and is only ever truly beneficial if LFE correction is implemented properly by the AV Receiver. +10dB is the standard but if you are not using full range speakers then 15dB is needed really.

If I looked at the picture of the back of your Sony Receiver properly then this DN1000 should surely be a "must have" for you as you have no HDMI inputs.


TBH the Sony DN-1000 is an obselete model now and was never on par when current with the then similarly priced Sony STR-DA2400ES. The DN-1000's selling point was only ever "piano black" and its specs were truly inferior to the ES specced 2400 (or 2500) Sony Receivers.





Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 23, 2011 21:04: accuracy
#30
TheBiker
montana78
this is my present amplifier X)

http://ii.alatest.com/product/600x400/f/c/Sony-STR-DB1070-0.jpg



This is mine (Yamaha DSP-Z7) in black though unlike in the picture:

http://i.testfreaks.co.uk/images/products/600x400/194/yamaha-dsp-z7.1121986.jpg






No HDMI
#31
If we're getting into hypotheticals

I'd rather have a 10 year old used good quality multichannel amp and DTS/DD than a bargain basement new one with 'HD audio'. Because lets be honest, you're not going to be able to tell the difference.
#32
Rubix78
No HDMI

I think the guys are posting their amps as examples of the bewildering level of connections on the back of (slightly) old skool amps, rather than as comparison to the deal (which btw is HOT)

However it is time to bring out the master, if you want sockets, get a Denon ;)
http://www.avland.co.uk/denon/avr2805/rearlrg.jpg

SaltyCDogg
I'd rather have a 10 year old used good quality multichannel amp and DTS/DD than a bargain basement new one with 'HD audio'. Because lets be honest, you're not going to be able to tell the difference.

I've only just figured out how to plug mine in and work it, so yes I have to agree...

Edited By: CoenFan on Feb 23, 2011 21:13
#33
What is "multi channel over HDMI", people keep referring to it, even the knowledgable Montana?

Its a non existant term IMHO. Either a Receiver does sound via HDMI or it doesn't.

The bottom line these days is whether an HDMI enabled Receiver can or can't decode HD sound formats (from Blu-Ray) or not
#34
Rubix78
TheBiker
montana78
this is my present amplifier X)

http://ii.alatest.com/product/600x400/f/c/Sony-STR-DB1070-0.jpg



This is mine (Yamaha DSP-Z7) in black though unlike in the picture:

http://i.testfreaks.co.uk/images/products/600x400/194/yamaha-dsp-z7.1121986.jpg


No HDMI


Whose? Mine (Yamaha DSP-Z7) has four on the back, one on the front and TWO rear outputs.8)

See LHS of my picture.



Edited By: TheBiker on Feb 23, 2011 21:15
#35
Excuse me for being a complete novice here.

I have a PS3, Sky HD, 360 and Apple TV (all HDMI) and Wii (component). I also have 5.1 speakers available to plug in.

Will I have surround sound by just connecting the 4 HDMI devices via HDMI? (Assuming a 5.1 source).

It may seem like a silly question but I'm just getting a bit confused with the "cannot pass multi channel audio over hdmi" statement.

Also is this an end of life product? It seems like a great deal but I don't want to buy for a few months.

Cheers
#36
I'd rather have the R1
#37
CoenFan
Rubix78
No HDMI

I think the guys are posting their amps as examples of the bewildering level of connections on the back of (slightly) old skool amps, rather than as comparison to the deal (which btw is HOT)

However it is time to bring out the master, if you want sockets, get a Denon ;)
http://www.avland.co.uk/denon/avr2805/rearlrg.jpg

SaltyCDogg
I'd rather have a 10 year old used good quality multichannel amp and DTS/DD than a bargain basement new one with 'HD audio'. Because lets be honest, you're not going to be able to tell the difference.

I've only just figured out how to plug mine in and work it, so yes I have to agree...


Those amps aren't "old skool" as you put it :)

My RX-V1900 has a similar amount of connections to that denon. It's only a year or so old.
#38
TheBiker
What is "multi channel over HDMI", people keep referring to it, even the knowledgable Montana?

Its a non existant term IMHO. Either a Receiver does sound via HDMI or it doesn't.

The bottom line these days is whether an HDMI enabled Receiver can or can't decode HD sound formats (from Blu-Ray) or not


It's not a non existent term.

I haven't heard of ANY amp that has a HDMI socket that can't decode 6 channel PCM. (Which is the minimum number of channels to say it can decode mulichannel over HDMI).

Decoding HD audio is another matter entierly.

If all your playback devices can decode HD audio -> 6 channel PCM over HDMI, it doesn't really matter.
#39
robo989
TheBiker
What is "multi channel over HDMI", people keep referring to it, even the knowledgable Montana?

Its a non existant term IMHO. Either a Receiver does sound via HDMI or it doesn't.

The bottom line these days is whether an HDMI enabled Receiver can or can't decode HD sound formats (from Blu-Ray) or not


It's not a non existent term.

I haven't heard of ANY amp that has a HDMI socket that can't decode 6 channel PCM. (Which is the minimum number of channels to say it can decode mulichannel over HDMI).

Decoding HD audio is another matter entierly.

If all your playback devices can decode HD audio -> 6 channel PCM over HDMI, it doesn't really matter.


That's what I thought. The PS3 can output as PCM. I think the 360, Sky HD and ATV will output DD which this can decode.
#40
Audio over HDMI is for the likes of PC's ect which will output DD over 5.1 so that the reciever can decode, some amps can only do 2 channels over HDMI

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