THIS IS MY SECOND HOME THEATER AND THIS ONE ROCKSSSSSSS
Jorge Goytia, Amazon
20 July 2004
Summary: WELL IT HAS ALL DE INPUTS YOU NEED, YOU CAN USE THE OPTICAL INPUT IN FRONT FOR YOUR PS2. I HAVE 8 SPEAKERS AND THE SUB.... YES IT HAS 6.1 AND THE BEST IS THAT YOU CAN ADD ANOTHER SET OF MAIN SPEAKERS, 8 IN TOTAL (4 MAIN SPEAKERS- 1 CENTER- AND 3 IN THE BACK, AND HOLD ON BECAUSE YOU'LL HAVE THE RIDE...
Summary: I purchased this receiver after not being satisfied with my ...Marantz digital receiver. A friend of mine bought a Yamaha receiver shortly after I purchased my Marantz receiver, and his Yamaha blew me away. My Marantz had a thudy sound when listening to CD's.
Summary: Nice remote, is capable of controlling other equipment, lots of buttons that takes getting use to. No complaints about the sound, lots of DSP programs to use, particularly like the Pro Logic II setting for movies, works great with a 2-channel source.
Summary: I purchased this receiver after I decided to replace my Sony. The Sony had lots of features and was 100W x 5, but it had horrible background noise that literally made my ears ring. I researched several different receivers in the $$$ to $$$ range, including the H-K, Onkyo and Denon (within that price...
Summary: As a long time user of Yamaha and Sony products, the choice between the Yamaha HTR-5560 and the Sony STR-DE985 was not easy. Both have similar base functions, specs and price. The Sony has the "bells and whistles", where the Yamaha is known for their high quality of sound.
Summary: Normally I am loyal Sony customer. HDTV, DVD, VHS, Receiver, etc.. I recently upgraded my Sony to 5.1 digital and decided I really wanted 6.1. So the store where I made my purchase allowed me to return it. I almost bought a 6.1 Kenwood THX cartified and the salesman told me it was better than Sony.
Summary: I had a hard time searching for a good home theather reciver, yuo know with some many brands of electronics. I came to my chose by reading reviews in the internet. Knowing what were the companies that made better home theathers. I found a quality reciver in the HTR-5560.
Competent unit, with the best looks and the worst manual and
22 June 2004
Summary: First the Pros: The Yamaha receiver HTR5560 is truly one of the best looking units. Simple lines, a minimum amount of buttons, timeless, as these units have been for years (I did upgrade from a none digital RXV1070 unit) To my surprise, Yamaha has kept its sturdy aluminum front plate and the...
Summary: The reciever is good quality for the price. The shipping method the seller chose to use was not efficient. Rather than shipping UPS, it came parcel post. Not only did it take 12 days to receive the product, but the box was torn. Product was undamaged.