Yamaha RXV467 - 3D-Ready HDMI 5.1 AV Receiver - £159.99 Delivered @ Home AV Direct - HotUKDeals
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Seems like the best price out there for a RX-V467
Saving of £110!
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#1
http://img.fruugo.com/product/5/68/575685_max.jpg
http://www.productwiki.com/upload/images/yamaha_rx_v467_1.jpg
#2
How is this as a receiver for a PS3, 360, and Wii plugged into a Bravia KDL40S5500U? I don't really care about 3D... should I be looking elsewhere?
#3
drooool
2 Likes #4
no RF input for my atari 2600, fail...
3 Likes #5
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.
1 Like #6
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yahaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.
You're kidding? Yamaha have been making high end musical instruments and electronics forever.

Yamaha receivers and amps are generally excellent.
#7
technodeal
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yahaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.
You're kidding? Yamaha have been making high end musical instruments and electronics forever.

Yamaha receivers and amps are generally excellent.
My thoughts exactly!
#8
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

lol
#9
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.


Ha-Ha that's funny!!!
#10
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

X)
1 Like #11
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!

Edited By: Stooo on Apr 15, 2011 16:45
#12
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

Lol! :D
#13
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.
lol clown. best amps on the market!!! the yamaha logo is a tuning fork, high end hifi is what they do! its what they do best! £160 amazine deal, would buy but already have one.
#14
better off with this...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-rxv567-av-receiver-titanium-only-170-99-using-code-delivered-best-buy/914949?page=2

on screen display
more power
up scaling

oO

Edited By: cigbunt on Apr 15, 2011 17:38
#15
This might sound a stupid question but if I was to purchase this along with a set of four speakers, would this give me full surround sound for my TV?
#16
MPThoma5
This might sound a stupid question but if I was to purchase this along with a set of four speakers, would this give me full surround sound for my TV?



you would be missing a centre making it quadrophonic (some 1 correct me if im wrong)
#17
MPThoma5
This might sound a stupid question but if I was to purchase this along with a set of four speakers, would this give me full surround sound for my TV?

Yes and sort of.

5.1 surround sound = 4 speakers and 1 sub-woofer. Usually, you would have three speakers at the front; two fronts, left and right and a centre speaker(for audio/speech); two rear speakers, left and right and a sub-woofer for dedicated low level bass(yum!). If you were only going to have 4 speakers, which i presume you already own, it may sound a little tinny. Check your speakers are compatible with the amp, the ohms, that the av amp can power them. AV amps are usually between 4-8ohms. But then again, i am no expert.
#18
richmond
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

lol clown. best amps on the market!!! the yamaha logo is a tuning fork, high end hifi is what they do! its what they do best! £160 amazine deal, would buy but already have one.

No, you are a clown. Obviously you haven't seen all the Onkyo deals :P.
#19
i 4t he was missing the centre rather than the sub as the sub is a omni sound (only bass no direction)
#20
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!


the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum
#21
JIMMYRIDDLE77

5.1 surround sound = 4 speakers and 1 sub-woofer. Usually, you would have three speakers at the front; two fronts, left and right and a centre speaker(for audio/speech); two rear speakers, left and right and a sub-woofer for dedicated low level bass(yum!)...


Of course you meant to type 5 speakers plus a sub :) Just in case anyone gets confused.
#22
earwolfigz
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!


the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum


Well you might genuinely not need any of those features, the OSD looks **** anyway, not everyone has bi-am supporting speakers, not everyone wants 7.1 and if you only have HD sources who cares about upscaling?
#23
Sony FTW
#24
jamesdew
earwolfigz
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!


the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum


Well you might genuinely not need any of those features, the OSD looks **** anyway, not everyone has bi-am supporting speakers, not everyone wants 7.1 and if you only have HD sources who cares about upscaling?


The OSD would be quite handy for people like me who have the AMP tucked away. A **** OSD beats a display hidden away in a cupboard :D

Edited By: Mentos on Apr 15, 2011 18:49: .
#25
cigbunt
jamesdew
earwolfigz
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!




the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum


Well you might genuinely not need any of those features, the OSD looks **** anyway, not everyone has bi-am supporting speakers, not everyone wants 7.1 and if you only have HD sources who cares about upscaling?



osd may look not look great but it helps setting the thing up lol!!

Edited By: cigbunt on Apr 15, 2011 18:42
#26
speed007
technodeal
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yahaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

You're kidding? Yamaha have been making high end musical instruments and electronics forever.
Yamaha receivers and amps are generally excellent.

My thoughts exactly!


richmond
lol clown. best amps on the market!!! the yamaha logo is a tuning fork, high end hifi is what they do! its what they do best! £160 amazine deal, would buy but already have one.

http://www.asuka-langley.com/images/successful_troll.jpg

Edited By: thecresta on Apr 15, 2011 19:32
#27
MIDURIX
richmond
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yamaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.

lol clown. best amps on the market!!! the yamaha logo is a tuning fork, high end hifi is what they do! its what they do best! £160 amazine deal, would buy but already have one.

No, you are a clown. Obviously you haven't seen all the Onkyo deals :P.

me? you didnt read what i was replying to clown "unknown make like ONKYO and goodmans" still riding a unicycle? you clown.lol
#28
Mentos
jamesdew
earwolfigz
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!


the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum


Well you might genuinely not need any of those features, the OSD looks **** anyway, not everyone has bi-am supporting speakers, not everyone wants 7.1 and if you only have HD sources who cares about upscaling?


The OSD would be quite handy for people like me who have the AMP tucked away. A **** OSD beats a display hidden away in a cupboard :D


I am not suggesting these features are not useful to some people I am just saying that they are also useless to other people.
#29
ive updated the discount code on this... deal is still active i would recommend over the 467

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/yamaha-rxv567-av-receiver-titanium-only-170-99-using-code-delivered-best-buy/914949
#30
jamesdew
Mentos
jamesdew
earwolfigz
Stooo
Good price. The 567 can be had for £10 more at Best Buy with a voucher (although I'm not sure if it's still valid?). However the only difference is the 567 can do 7.1 channels, bi-amping, 1080p upscaling and has an OSD. If none of that interests you then save your £10 and get this!


I agree, was just giving an example of why a fugly OSD might still be of interest to some of us :)
the ONLY difference? lol if you didn't get the 567 for £10 more you need to check into an asylum


Well you might genuinely not need any of those features, the OSD looks **** anyway, not everyone has bi-am supporting speakers, not everyone wants 7.1 and if you only have HD sources who cares about upscaling?


The OSD would be quite handy for people like me who have the AMP tucked away. A **** OSD beats a display hidden away in a cupboard :D


I am not suggesting these features are not useful to some people I am just saying that they are also useless to other people.
#31
Nice looking receiver, good price for decent paper specs. Would have gone for this if it wasn't for my first Yamaha experience. The receiver (brand new) would go into standby as soon as the volume levels went over -6dB, that was with or without speakers connected!

Sent it straight back and bought a Denon instead, I doubt I would ever go for a Yamaha again unless it was in freebies.
#32
-6dB?! I don't think I've had mine over -30dB and the room was practically shaking?!

Anyway, when comparing the 467 and 567, the 467 is slightly more powerful per channel, as it only has 5.1 channels to output. That may be of benefit to someone... personally I've got a 6.1 setup just now so the extra tenner was worth it!

The OSD is very handy as Mentos mentioned. Who cares if it's fugly, it makes life easier when setting it up.

Edited By: Stooo on Apr 19, 2011 09:00
#33
technodeal
buckfast67uk
Looks nice, but Yahaha are only really known for making motorcycles. Like Onkyo and Goodmans they're an unknown quantity in this field. You'd be much wiser going for a known brand like Sony.
You're kidding? Yamaha have been making high end musical instruments and electronics forever.

Yamaha receivers and amps are generally excellent.

You have that correct

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