Summary: This is a great 5.1 amp for a secondary system. It doesn't have the "everything but the kitchen sink" Onkyo spec list, but what it does have it does very well. I like this receiver quite a bit!
Summary: I purchased this as I'm building my first component system, I love Yamaha products, and the price is right. I have been completely happy with my purchase thus far. The system was easy to set up, intuitive, sounds absolutely killer through my 5.1 system, and is very aesthetically pleasing.
Summary: I purchased one new previously and now bought one used for another place. The price at Amazon had risen since my first purchase so I bought a used one at ebay this time. Good features and sound working with an entertainment center. I don't use the FM much.
Summary: Just bought this to replace an Onkyo (THX receiver) that lasted about 2 weeks. Unfortunately with the Junkyo, I didn't set it up right away and could not return it anymore. Anyway, back to this Yamaha review. What made me decide on a Yamaha is the reviews.
Summary: It has everything that you want as well as it is easy to you. I had a Sony unit and I always had problems with it. This unit performs like a champ. If you want something that is easy and simple, this unit is for you.
Summary: ITS A GOOD product and the price is right.yamaha makes ther own parts.for the price its the best.The thing I dislike is the TV line in for RCA jacks to get that line working you have to ues the remot .the remot is eez to ues.
Summary: ill summ it up. this receiver for the price is well worth the money. yes there is the newer 473 version and in a few months probyel a newer version yet . i have the rxv 671 with eathernet capabilty which i use . ive owned yamaha recevers since the late 1980s .