Summary: good quality receiver. versatile and produces good enhanced sound. Love the auxiliary capabilities as well as RCA compatible. Provides HDMI slots as wells as av/RCA compatibility. Good overall product that can power high output subwoofers.
Summary: awesome customization, you can change almost every parameter, freq, speaker impedance, distance from speaker to listener, change volume levels for each of de 5 chanels and subwoofer. You can choose what video and audio IN seperately and make presets... downside> Cant decode dolby truehd, but hey, dolby dts is already good enough. The only thing I was dissapointed it was that you have to match de video in/outs...
Summary: I run everything I own through the receiver like my xbox, ps3, and my pc, by simply running the hdmi cables to the Yamaha, and then a single cable from the Yamaha to the tv. I paired the receiver with a set of Energy Take 5.1 speakers, and the sound is wonderful. Many, many choices for sound types virtually guarantees you will find something you will like. The Remote can be a bit much, but if you bother to read the manual, it's not too bad. I really like it!!
Summary: This was a great price, Was shipped early, was shipped in great packaging, This is a powerful unit for the 180$ that I spent. The only bad thing, I can operate it with my comcast cable remote.... That sucks! But, overall, and great buy for us!
Summary: I have the RX V367, its my first receiver, its easy to use, i recommend so much, the price es reasonable,for people who are just beginning in home audio and video, you need good speakers also, that depends on the quality you want to hear, I connect a pair of brand focal and I'm happy with it
Great receiver especially for the price, can't beat 4 HDMI inputs!
C. Valadez, Amazon
17 December 2011
Summary: I purchased this receiver to replace an old RCA unit. I paired it with Klipsch HD 300 series speakers and bought the entire package for a scream of a deal from Tigerdirect, I didn't even have to pay shipping as the "big" Tiger warehouse is in a near suburb. Most of the employees there who saw the price for the system were flabbergasted. Anyway, deals aside, I am very pleased.
Summary: I just bough this Yamaha unit to replace an old Sony AV receiver and I feel very happy with the purchase so far. In general the price-quality ratio of this receiver is excellent, but has a, EMHO, a big con: the Yamaha RX-V367 don't have a dedicated rear electric plug to power the active subwoofer that the system requires, so it's not possible to control the subwoofer via the remote.
Summary: When our %$#@! Onkyo home theatre system went from giving us trouble to not working at all we looked for a replacement and found the user reviews of this receiver persuasive. We wanted a reasonably priced unit that would be easy to set up and operate without bringing in a technician, and that's what we got.
Summary: We had a very old audio only receiver and were looking to replace it (almost 10 year old technics). We picked up the Yamaha RX-V367, even though there were no reviews, since the receiver was just released, and it was in our price range (200 to 300). So far we are happy with the new receiver; it is connected to the satellite box, xbox, and blu ray.