Released March, 2008
The Pros:HD quality from both HDMI and Component connections. Sound quality is excellent, everything is clear and doesn't sound over-processed.
The Cons:Takes some time to learn the remote, very confusing at first. Relatively limited number of video inputs. Does not convert video from Component to HDMI or HDMI to Component.
The Yamaha RX-V363 is one of three A/V receivers (RX-V363, RX-V663, RX-V863) released in March 2008. It is an entry-level 5.1-channel system and built to handle iPod/Bluetooth connections, provided that the customer purchase either a YDS-10 iPod dock or a YBA-10 Bluetooth adapter.
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Unlike its higher-end peers, the RX-V363 does not offer 1080p upconversion, Dolby Digital Plus, or DTS-HD Master Audio. It does, however, feature 500W of power, Dolby Digital Ex & Dolby Pro LogicIIx (+ DTS-ES), and two HDMI inputs and an HDMI output.
- 5.1-Channel A/V Receiver
- iPod/Bluetooth Compatibility
- HDMI Inputs/Output
- Dolby Digital Ex
- Dolby Pro LogicIIx
- DTS Digital Surround
- HDMI In/Out
- Component Video In/Out
- Digital Optical
- Digital Coaxial
- 3.5mm Stereo
User Reviews (1)
HD quality from both HDMI and Component connections
sound quality is excellent, everything is clear and doesn't sound over-processed
takes some time to learn the remote, very confusing at first
relatively limited number of video inputs
does not convert video from Component to HDMI or HDMI to Component
HDMI does not pass audio signal
manual is very confusing, forces you to cross-reference from one section to another over and over
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