Released May, 2007
The Pros:Inexpensive. Great value receiver - component switching, surround sound. Performs component video switching.
The Cons:Obscure menu interface. Only two binding post connectors - the rest are spring-clip. HDMI connections are for Video ONLY.
The Yamaha RX-V361, also known as the Yamaha HTR-6030, is part of Yamaha's 2007 lineup of A/V receivers and acts as the entry level offering and is the least expensive Yamaha receiver for the year. The RX-V361 is capable of handling the basic tasks of a modern digital receiver, it can accept digital audio from its 2 optical inputs, or single coax input and decode the signal to drive 5 independent speakers and a subwoofer.
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Video switching is also included with 3 component inputs driving one component output, and 5 composite/S-Video inputs driving the composite output.
- 5.1 channel receiver
- 100W x 5 RMS output power
- inputs: 3 x Component, 2x S/PDIF audio, 1 x digital audio, 5 x S-Video/RCA
- outputs: 1 x Component, 1 x S-Video/RCA
- Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic 2 support
- Special XM Satellite support with dedicated input
There are a variety of audio modes that have various effects on the resulting output that are suited for different kinds of sources. Movie, music, and game mode are all obvious in their intentions, alongside some more specialized modes. Beyond the presets a variety of options can be further customized such as a boosting or lowering of independent speaker levels compared to the total.
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Great value receiver - component switching, surround sound
Performs component video switching
Second zone stereo front outputs - selectable
Only two binding post connectors - the rest are spring-clip
HDMI connections are for Video ONLY
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