Summary: I'm loving this receiver every time I listen to musics, watch blue-ray movie or TV. I have Bose sound system I used with Kenwood receiver and thought Bose is just another name brand. I wasn't impressed with the sound with my old receiver till I hook this up to Yamaha rv-1900.
Summary: I am overall very happy with this. The first one I got was busted as the IR sensor would shut off after 10 minutes of use. I was sent a replacement and it works great. The instructions are a little difficult to understand. There are so many features I will never use.
Great amp, takes awhile to setup, after that you ready to rock
Peter Palagonia "peterpal", Amazon
30 August 2010
Summary: Purchased this amp through this site, to replace my Yamaha RXV2950 Flagship amp from 1999. Wanted to go to 1 wire hook up and get rid of the miles of wire I used to have. I did the initial setup with the Ypao microphone Yamaha supplies.
Summary: The system is great but it takes some getting used to when you try to program the remote to customize it with your routine. Programming the am/fm stations seems to be the most challenging but I think I can master it okay, If you are in to this kind of equipment, you cannot go wrong buying a V1900...
Summary: I was considering the purchase of a new Yamaha RX-V863 since I wanted a receiver with HD Radio but decided to purchase a used RX-V1900 for about the same price because it offered an extra zone for audio. The V1900 looks new, sounds great, and also has a clean appearance.
Summary: I purchased this receiver to replace my older Yamaha RX-V1000 which I liked a lot and had no problems with the entire time I had it. I purchased this receiver to get HDMI, HD Radio, and Zone 2 amplified sound.