Summary: The Yamaha RX-V3800BL 7.1-Channel Network Home Theater Receiver, has gone beyond my expiations and has served me well. With three zone and multiple option most of which at first I had no use for, and now I completely in brace.
Yamaha RX-V3800BL 7.1-Channel Network Home Theater Receiver (Black)
Amazon Customer "CREATIONS FOR THE CREATIVE", Amazon
15 November 2013
Summary: 5 STARS CANT DO THE EXPECTATIONAL QUALITY OF THIS RECEIVER IT IS THE CENTER PIECE OF OUR TV ROOM RUNNING ALL THE SPEAKERS AND TV SET WITH A RECORD PLAY AS WELL HOOKED UP TO IT. DVD PLAYER AND SATELLITE RECEIVER. ROKU AS WELL IS HOOKED UP TO ALL TV ELEMENTS....
Summary: This is a great receiver - when it works. The sound quality and customizations available are unmatched in this price range. You will need a PhD in electrical engineering to fully appreciate (and use) all of the complex features, but if even a basic enthusiast can enjoy this thing - again, when it...
Summary: The Yamaha RX-V3800BL 7.1-Channel Network Home Theater Receiver is an awesome piece of equipment. I can't begin to rephrase the manufacturer's product description, but in our experience, the Receiver lived up to everything that Yamaha promised.
Summary: I purchased the 3800 about a month ago from 6 ave Electronics through Amazon. I upgraded from a Sony STR-DE 897. I have to say it was a significant upgrade. I was skeptical of how much better a more expensive receiver would make, but it really did.
Summary: Replacement in the sense that we had hurricane style rains for weeks straight and my roof leaked directly above my home theater equipment - of course! I digress, this was offered as a replacement by the insurance company from another Yamaha receiver from at least 7 years ago.
Summary: This was my dream system. I saved for it and I am enjoying it. Nice for the money, some engineers have tested and reviewed this receiver and have said that this model performs with other models in the $10k price range. I believe it!
Sonicaly 5 stars but the menu/remote drops a half star.
AZ Mutley, Amazon
16 December 2008
Summary: This unit replaces my trusty old NAD 754 simply because I needed HDMI connectivity to get to use Dolby True HD and DTS MA audio that Blu Ray provides. It's a hulk of an amp, more than all the watts per channel I could ever use.
Summary: There are other reviews here that go into great detail about the receiver, so I won't... I'll just echo that what you read from previous reviews is all correct. This is the best receiver you could buy for under $2,000 right now, and maybe the best under $3,000.