yamaha home cinema £299 @ Richer Sounds
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yamaha home cinema £299 @ Richer Sounds

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Found 11th Jan
great set of home cinema and good value of money.
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5-channel powerful surround sound--- 70 W per Channel (6 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.09% THD, 2-ch driven)--- 100 W per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1-ch driven)--- 135 W per Channel (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1-ch driven)Discrete amp configurationHDMI® (4 in / 1 out) with 4K Ultra HD full support (4K / 60p [4:4:4]), HDR Video and BT.2020Dialogue Level Adjustment for proper sound balance with dialogue and vocalsVirtual CINEMA FRONT provides virtual surround sound with 5 speakers in frontMulti-language colour OSD capable of displaying cover artCompressed Music EnhancerTraditional design enhances any roomECO mode operation for about 20% less power consumptionRead more at whathifi.com/yam…iew

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is it wireless? (Bluetooth/Wifi?)
fulous3 m ago

is it wireless? (Bluetooth/Wifi?)


No.
Here's the details for your good value of money.

The Yamaha YHT1840 provides ideally matched speakers and an AV receiver for a fantastic introduction to home cinema.

Home cinema sound made easy
Connect your TV, Blu-ray/DVD player and games console to the Yamaha YHT1840 and you're ready for the full cinema experience. With built-in Dolby and DTS digital processors, the YHT1810 fires out sound effects around the room for a real sense of 'being there'. Sound is processed by192/24-bit Burr Brown DACs on each channel for powerful dynamics that'll keep you on the edge of your seat! Music is equally well looked after as the amp quality components for a more detailed and natural sound.

Fully immersive sound
Soundbars are great but there's nothing that can beat the sound of a separates AV system. With five channels of sound from a discrete amplifier, the YHT1840 surrounds you in rich, low distortion sound – just like at the cinema. The amplifier also delivers a handy 70 watts per channel, meaning it can cope with even the punchiest-sounding blockbusters. There’s also an 'Extra Bass' function. This gives a deeper, richer bass response and works really well with small speakers and at lower volume levels.

Ready for the latest UHD sources
For full compatibility with the exciting new UHD Blu-ray format, all the HDMI sockets are compatible with HDR Video including Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log-Gamma, and BT.2020. Four inputs let you connect up a Blu-ray, games console, set-top box and PC – enough for an entire home cinema system.

Flexible processing
Another advantage of going for AV separates is the inclusion of powerful surround sound processing. As well as full HD audio decoding of both Dolby and DTS formats, the YHT1840 features Yamaha's famous DSP Surround programs. With 17 modes from The Roxy Theatre to a concert Hall in Munich, the Yamaha system gives a variety of acoustic settings for a unique sound. Added to this, four SCENE selections ensure that you always have the best setting when watching films or listening to music.

Sleek curved speakers
With an eye to enhancing the coolest of interiors, the satellite speakers have been designed to be unobtrusive. Slim enough to be wall mounted via their keyhole openings, they also benefit from a tapering rear panel and smooth edges. The centre speaker is a dedicated design with improved sensitivity and crisp dialogue and is also easily wall mounted. The subwoofer gives the bass a natural, powerful sound that avoids bass 'boom'.

Dimensions WxHxD (mm)435 x 151 x 315HDMI4_HDCP2_2_4HDMI AudioYesHDMI Zone OutNoMulti Channel InputNoBrandYamahaColourBlack
Whats the difference in receiver between this and the Yamaha rxv381?
d3n22 h, 40 m ago

Whats the difference in receiver between this and the Yamaha rxv381?


I think the main difference is no Bluetooth and no composite video in and a monitor out. If Bluetooth is important to you then
You'd be lucky to find a rxv381 now amazon have one listed at £229 tha'ts without speakers of course the 381 has now been updated to rxv383 which is currently £199 on richer sounds and the speakers can be bought for £139 on amazon amazon.co.uk/Yam…D4D so £338 for both. If you are not bothered about Bluetooth then this is a excellent starter package at the price.
I have the rxv370 with the same speakers have had for 6 years now and still going strong but will be upgrading to a newer Yamaha receiver soon because now got 4k TV and the 370 is only HDMI 1.4
BUCKUM21 h, 15 m ago

I think the main difference is no Bluetooth and no composite video in and …I think the main difference is no Bluetooth and no composite video in and a monitor out. If Bluetooth is important to you then You'd be lucky to find a rxv381 now amazon have one listed at £229 tha'ts without speakers of course the 381 has now been updated to rxv383 which is currently £199 on richer sounds and the speakers can be bought for £139 on amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Yamaha-NSP40-Home-Cinema-Speaker/dp/B009DE0EA0/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_23_lp_t_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=JJ8K636R4A27GBGPED4D so £338 for both. If you are not bothered about Bluetooth then this is a excellent starter package at the price.I have the rxv370 with the same speakers have had for 6 years now and still going strong but will be upgrading to a newer Yamaha receiver soon because now got 4k TV and the 370 is only HDMI 1.4



I just recently upgraded to the RXV383, using my old speakers but been keeping an eye out for a good upgrade on that side. Thanks for that Amazon link, might be tempted.
I have the model down from this and is great sounding
Edited by: "kreames" 12th Jan
disgraceUK16 h, 16 m ago

Fully immersive soundSoundbars are great but there's nothing that can beat …Fully immersive soundSoundbars are great but there's nothing that can beat the sound of a separates AV system.


So true but when the missus tells you that you left the bachelor pad to set up home in a family house together the front room becomes a front room and numerous boys toys must be sacrificed

In that predicament it leaves little option to not just adopt one device solutions but to fully embrace them. I did a never ending project of research, both online and on the high street, till I finally made my decision.

With the use of intense negotiations Mrs Loyal agreed to two devices so I opted for the Canton DM100 and an active sub from a small manufacturer in Southend called BK Electronics.

I think I weighed on about 230 quid for the sub and £399 for the Canton so it weren't cheap but I'm very happy with the quality I'm getting being limited to just two sound sources.
Do the included speakers come with brackets?
Would this be okay as a kit to give music in my wooden lodge games room located in my garden?

Games room is approx 7m by 5m, I don't want it to have too much bass and annoy the neighbours...

Thanks!
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