Summary: Had this product for over 2 years! It is a great reciever, well built and has great audio & video quality, truly deserving of a Yamaha name! The only missing part I had a problem with was that it was missing HDMI I/O ports (that is the reason why i took one star off in features attributes rating)!
Summary: I've bought many receivers in the range of 18 years for Kaoke systems, movies, and music. I mostly bought Sony products, but this one isn't bad. I've notice the sound they put out on my infinity speakers are better than from my sony receivers.
Summary: Nice looking receiver, good sound for the money, but absolutely nightmare to program. You can not tune to next station without manual!!! Once you save your favorite stations you are stuck with them, unless you want to spend another afternoon cursing over manual. Please avoid...
Summary: I just got this. bought it when it was still being sold direct by amazon. it's a nice unit for the money. the video input jack for the vcr is dead on mine. I already have a couple of xm receivers as well as one in my car.
Summary: The best sounding receiver I've ever owned - that is until it began changing the settings I programmed in by itself. The repair depot (third party) doesn't have a clue. They've had it for a month. According to them there is no problem.
Summary: Impressive sound box. I migrated from Panasonic systems after some quality problems to this Yamaha and there will be no looking back. Power seems more than ample for the size of our media room; about 12' x 20'. There are a myriad of input options.
Summary: I'm upgrading from a Panasonic SC-HT640W (you know, one of those complete Home Theater Systems with a 5 Disc Changer and wireless sorround speakers). I decided to become a little more serious about Home Theater and, After reading many reviews, I decided to go with this receiver.