Yamaha RX-V750 A/V Receiver

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7.1 Channel Receiver with an astounding array of Home Theater functions, including YPAO acoustic customization, Dolby Digital Pro Logic IIx compatibility, 700W (100W x 7) power, Quad Field CINEMA DSP and 29 surround programs.

Quick Glance

Sound Supported: Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, DTS, DTS-ES Discrete, DTS-ES Matrix, DTS 96/24, DTS Neo:6

Supported Audio Channels: 7.1

THD at Rated RMS Power (Unbridged): 0.1%

Interface Connection: 1 x Headphone - Front, 1 x mini-DIN S-Video In - Front, 1 x RCA Composite Audio/Video In - Front, 1 x Toslink Digital/Optical Audio Line In - Front, 3 x Toslink Digital/Optical Audio Line In - Rear, 2 x RCA Coaxial Digital Audio In - Rear, 1 x Toslink Digital/Optical Audio Line Out - Rear, 1 x RCA 7.1 Channel In - Rear, 2 x RCA Component Video In - Rear, 1 x RCA Component Video Out - Rear, 2 x Antenna In - Rear, 4 x mini-DIN S-Video In - Rear, 3 x mini-DIN S-Video Out - Rear, 4 x RCA Composite Audio/Video In - Rear, 2 x RCA Composite Audio/Video Out - Rear, 7 x RCA Pre-amplifier Line Out - Rear, 1 x RCA Subwoofer Out - Rear, 2 x Spring Loaded Speaker Terminal - Rear, 1 x Remote In - Rear, 1 x Remote Out - Rear, 2 x AC Out - Rear, 3 x RCA Stereo Audio Line In - Rear, 2 x RCA Stereo Audio Line Out - Rear, 1 x RCA Composite Video Out - Rear, 9 x Banana Receptacle Speaker Terminal - Rear, 1 x Control Out - Rear

Audio Video Connectors: Component Video Yes, S-Video Yes, Composite Video Yes, Digital Coaxial x 2, Digital Optical x 4


Product Title: Yamaha RX-V750 A/V Receiver

Manufacturer: Yamaha

Power Score: 5 | 2 Reviews

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Product Reviews (2)

This AV receiver is extremely...

Strengths: Tremendous versatility and outstanding performance. A remarkable value. (But can it really output 100 rms watts continuous per per channel with 400 watts total input? Can someone explain this to me?

Weakness: Takes a while to learn about all the features. (I still have not completely figured it out.) Unlit remote is hard to get used to.

This AV receiver is extremely complex and versatile. Makes a great "nerve center" for my system, with virtually any feature I might want. The built-in YPAO (audio setup)makes it simple to balance the audio for better results than I could otherwise have gotten on my own. Now, if it only had a backlit remote......

By acutter - Apr 20, 2005

I have compared the Yamaha RX-V750...

Strengths: The sound quality is really good. I can feel the high frequency side is smooth and the bass came out from the subwoofer is rich and clean.

Weakness: None

I have compared the Yamaha RX-V750 with Denon AVR 2805, ONKYO TX-R601, and JVC-Rx8030 receivers by listening a DVD music disc. I gave Yamaha RX-V750 the highest score. I strongly recommend people to buy this receiver. The price is not high but it worth every penny! This new Yamaha RX-V750 has digital volume level display which is a newly designed feature. It also comes with a Auto-Setup mode with...
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By georgeyu_97 - Oct 29, 2004

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