Summary: JUST GOT MY YAMAHA 1800 AMP LAST MON 19/5/08 SAME DAY HOOKED AMP TO PANA BLUE RAY PLAYER BD30 & SANYO Z 5 PROJECTOR WITH 120" SCREEN & PARADIGM ULTRA CUBE 10 SUBWOOFER (1500WATTS) THE PICTURE & SOUND WAS UNBELIVABLE (MUCH BETTER THAN LOCAL MULTIPLEXES).I WATCHED AVP2/RESIDENT EVIL 3/ DIE HARD 4/ ETC...
Summary: I just replaced an Onkyo TXSR875 with the Yamaha RX-V1800BL. Right out of the box hookup was a breeze and it recognized ALL my speakers with the auto setup. I am very pleased with this system and will recommend it to all! Amazon got it to me in two days in perfect condition.
Currently one of the best bang for the buck units on the market
J. Page, Amazon
20 January 2008
Summary: I bought this receiver a few weeks ago after purchasing a new Blu-Ray player and realizing I was out of HDMI connections on my television. I had been leaning towards Onkyo's newer line of units as they are getting very good reviews.
Summary: This is a great home theatre receiver that is as future proof as you can get right now. Multiple HDMI inputs, outstanding sound qaulity, upconverts the quality of your inputs if you are still using things like a VCR. The automatic speaker calibration program is nice.
Summary: I've been using this unit for close to a year with fantasitic results using Klipsch speakers and a sony display(PS3 and Xbox 360). I'm building a house and want to wire areas for multizone listening.
Summary: i had just got my hands on this unit finally! been waiting forever for it! My initial thoughts are: awesome! the images on my look just amazing via the V1800. i am struggling a bit with the woofer still. Can't get it to work. BUt overall i like it. i will write more on this soon.
Summary: I have this unit six months. It was a replacement for an RX-V992 I had for eleven years. The replacement was due to technology as the RX-V992 was still operating well. This receiver has met all of my expectations and then some.
Summary: With 4 HDMI inputs, sound decoding for DTS Master Audio and Dolby True HD, and an amazing amount of extras, plus a menu that allows you to adjust most everything, this is the best receiver I have ever owned. It also upconverts anything to 1080p, and does a nice job of it too.
Summary: Basically, this receiver does everything you need for a mid-priced A/V system. It sounds great, has plenty of HDMI inputs, plenty of reserve power, and best of all, does a great job of upconverting non-digital sources, such as my PlayStation 2 and Nintendo WII up to the HDMI output.