Yamaha RXV583 (Black) Atmos AV Receiver £299 @ RicherSounds
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Yamaha RXV583 (Black) Atmos AV Receiver £299 @ RicherSounds

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Found 22nd MarEdited by:"BUCKUM2"
A very good price for Dolby Atmos & DTS:X and 4k upscalling av receiver £299 says in store exclusive but in my experience if you phone your local store they will let you order it for delivery

Powerful processing and fully equipped for a UHD 4K future, the Yamaha RXV583 has the sound to match the biggest TVs.
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.

A new dimension in sound with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X
Dolby Atmos uses ceiling or upwards firing speakers to produce a multi-dimensional, immersive sound that's a match for the finest cinemas. DTS:X literally pushes the boundaries of what you can expect from home cinema. It renders images in three dimensions that conventional processing can't match. It also easily adapts with your existing speaker configuration.

Hi-Res Audio playback
At the heart of the Yamaha's digital processing are top quality Burr Brown DACs (Digital to Analogue Convertor). These not only provide punchy and lifelike sound but also facilitate the playback of High Resolution audio formats. The RXV583 is compatible with a wide range of HD audio formats, including DSD 5.6 MHz and FLAC 192kHz-24-bit for exceptional sound quality.

UHD 4K Upscaling
Another great feature with the RXV583 is UHD 4K upscaling. This means that, once plugged into your UHD 4K TV, Blu-rays and 1080p games can be upscaled to 4K UHD resolution, giving sharper more detailed pictures.

Stream the best music services
Compatible with Spotify, Pandora, Napster, Tidal, Deezer and Qobuz, the RXV583 is fully equipped for your favourite music streaming service. With Tidal and Qobuz already offering higher resolution playback, it's now possible to find a streaming service that at least matches the quality of CD and, in some cases, even improves upon it.

MusicCast for music all around your home
The Yamaha RXV583 is part of Yamaha's hugely impressive network audio system, MusicCast. With MusicCast you can control all your compatible Yamaha MusicCast products via your smartphone or tablet. Play the same music on all the components or split the sound into different zones for different moods in each room; the choice is yours. The MusicCast CONTROLLER app lets you operate the system around your home and change settings quickly and easily.

Advanced networking including Apple AirPlay and Bluetooth
As well as MusicCast, the RXV583 also has built-in Apple AirPlay, letting you stream music from your Apple iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad or other compatible Apple device, wirelessly. You can also view data such as song title, artist name as well as album art* via the AV receiver's on-screen display. *Some models don't support album art display. If you use another brand of smartphone or tablet then you've also got Bluetooth, for easy music streaming from your portable device.

Wi-Fi, DLNA and a smart app for effortless streaming
Connecting to your home network is easy with built-in Wi-Fi. A DLNA certified connection also makes streaming a breeze. You can access your stored music from PC, laptop or NAS drive and listen to Internet radio stations. Another great feature is the downloadable Apple or Android app that lets you control many of the receiver's functions from your smartphone, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad or tablet.

Fully immersive cinema sound and the heart of your music streaming, the Yamaha RXV583 is a complete all-rounder.
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Great amp but I think Denon sounds better for similar price - the Audyssey processing is incredible
Also same price at Sevenoaks hi-fi
Keith_Moon22nd Mar

Great amp but I think Denon sounds better for similar price - the Audyssey …Great amp but I think Denon sounds better for similar price - the Audyssey processing is incredible



Each to their own, i find Denon sounds far too warm and muddy for my liking, Yamaha or Onkyo much clearer

Neither can beat Anthem though, Audyssey is poor compared to ARC
Reserved one to collect from Richer Sounds in Leeds at the weekend.
It's replacing a Denon that's already had 2 different faults, so I won't risk a Denon again.
I was looking at the RXV 683, but as this is now £100 cheaper than the 683 it will do me nicely.

Ian
Was thinking of picking a new AVR, since getting a 4k HDR TV need ports to support more HDR devices. Does this AVR support 4:4:4 4k from all the input ports on it?
NitrousX1233 h, 59 m ago

Was thinking of picking a new AVR, since getting a 4k HDR TV need ports to …Was thinking of picking a new AVR, since getting a 4k HDR TV need ports to support more HDR devices. Does this AVR support 4:4:4 4k from all the input ports on it?


Instead of ditching your current one, you could just get a HDMI 2.0 matrix
Jace_Phoenix22nd Mar

Each to their own, i find Denon sounds far too warm and muddy for my …Each to their own, i find Denon sounds far too warm and muddy for my liking, Yamaha or Onkyo much clearerNeither can beat Anthem though, Audyssey is poor compared to ARC


This is my experience too. Even manually configuring didn't improve it much
stressedman23rd Mar

This is my experience too. Even manually configuring didn't improve it much


I have a Denon and paired with bright speakers in a live room so can't really say it has ever sounded too warm but also the Odyssey Multeq app that is a separate purchase allows for a much more in depth room edit of the actual eq curve as the default reference curve odyssey uses (unless set to flat in which if I am correct the THX protocol uses and sounds brighter) has quite an aggressive role off assuming that the dialogue may become harsh in many setups if not cut at high frequencies also it has a notch filter enabled by default in the upper mids set to cut which can be disabled but sadly only in the software app, as such if you wanted more sizzle on the highs with full curve adjustment you would need the app to un-warmify the default reference curve which cost £20 lol but is worth it for the full room eq control you get plus multiple room profiles.
sweetflexx9 h, 9 m ago

I have a Denon and paired with bright speakers in a live room so can't …I have a Denon and paired with bright speakers in a live room so can't really say it has ever sounded too warm but also the Odyssey Multeq app that is a separate purchase allows for a much more in depth room edit of the actual eq curve as the default reference curve odyssey uses (unless set to flat in which if I am correct the THX protocol uses and sounds brighter) has quite an aggressive role off assuming that the dialogue may become harsh in many setups if not cut at high frequencies also it has a notch filter enabled by default in the upper mids set to cut which can be disabled but sadly only in the software app, as such if you wanted more sizzle on the highs with full curve adjustment you would need the app to un-warmify the default reference curve which cost £20 lol but is worth it for the full room eq control you get plus multiple room profiles.


Yeah I purchased the same app, it made a huge difference well worth £20
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