Released September, 2007
The Pros:LAN-connected - can stream MP3, WMA, WAV. 4 HDMI 1.3a inputs. Upscales SD sources to 1080p.
The Cons:No HDMI-to-HDMI upscaling. Only upconverts 480i/p, and only over analog. Uses unproven Anchor Bay Technologies ABT1010 scaler instead of Faroudja or HQV.
The Yamaha RX-V3800 ($1699) is one of three new receivers as part of Yamaha's new product line; the others are the Yamaha RX-V1800 ($1299) and the 11.2 channel Yamaha RX-Z11 ($5499). The RX-V800 is a 7.1 channel receiver with 140 Watts / channel, and includes 4 HDMI 1.3a inputs with extensive 1080p support.
Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...
- 7.1 receiver, 140 watts per channel
- 4 HDMI 1.3a inputs, with HDMI upconversion
- Onboard decoding for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio
- Graphical user interface
- Ethernet jack with the ability to play MP3, WMA, and WAV files from up to four PCs, plus Internet radio
- Multiroom functionality for three zones
User Reviews (14)
LAN-connected - can stream MP3, WMA, WAV
Upscales SD sources to 1080p
Outstanding sound quality with power to spare.
No HDMI-to-HDMI upscaling
Only upconverts 480i/p, and only over analog
Uses unproven Anchor Bay Technologies ABT1010 scaler instead of Faroudja or HQV
You may also like...