Summary: Lasted just over 5 years and the HDMI connections started popping...tried numerous different cables, different outlets, every option I could think of, replaced tuner, popping went away. Would not recommend this to anyone. Needs to last longer than 5 years.
Summary: I was actually looking for a good stereo receiver, but ended up with this anyway, based on the price. I've always liked Yamaha. Good build quality, never have any issues with it, easy to setup, etc.
Summary: I did a lot of research before purchasing this receiver. I had a denon receiver previously and was pretty much set on simply replacing it with a newer model. However after reading reviews and saw the price drop i was sold on this. This really is a very solid receiver for the money.
Summary: This is a good replacement receiver but could be a little more user friendly. I did like the auto decode button on my old Sony receiver better. This receiver has a lot of great features for the money.
Summary: I bought this as a B-stock and had some reservations. I hooked it up and couldn,t be more pleased. I'm runnimg my satelite box,Two Blue ray players into it and out to my 47" Philips flat screen.This is using total HDMI hook-ups. Everything works great and the sound is awesome.
Summary: My Onkyo system started having problems, so after considerable research I came across this Yamaha HTR-6240BL at a wonderful price of $199. Can't be happier with it. I loved the automatic setup with the included microphone in the center of the room to optimize the sound from all speakers.