Summary: I always wanted a Yamaha and I was not disappointed. It's really good for it's price. The sound quality is really good and it has lots of nice sound modification choices, 5 or 6 for each type of music, video and others. These are the main reasons for buying it so I would rank if fairly high.
Need better explanation in manual of what buttons to setup
23 June 2010
Summary: I bought this to replace a cheap Philips theater/dvd system that stopped working. I used the old 3 ohm speakers with this set, and bought a Yamaha YST-SW216BSL subwoofer. The sound is awesome.
Summary: I bought this unit here a month ago. I completely overlooked that I listen to FM radio many MANY more hours than I watch movies or TV. I live in a fringe FM reception area, so a really good tuner section on an A/V receiver is critical for me (as I said, something I totally forgot).
Summary: Ease of set up is my only issue and not to make the unit function it's the speaker adjustment microphone that comes with it that I found difficult to use. However after some playing around with it I got it to work fine.
Summary: I bought the Yamaha RX V465 5.1 channel 525 Watt Receiver a few weeks back and am enjoying it. I like the fact that it has so many inputs and has the ipod hook-up to it, Havent got the dock yet But I plan to.
Summary: Purchased the RX-V465 because I finally made the jump to high-def and needed the HDMI inputs to complete the home theater setup. I had two older A/V receivers and neither had HDMI inputs. I chose this particular model for a number of good reasons. 1.
Summary: So this is the first receiver that I have ever purchased and the sound is amazing (it is paired with Klipsch B-3 and S-3). The only reason that I did not give it 5 stars (and it is my own fault) is because it does not have an A/B speaker set.
a nice receiver for those of us in the entry level group
C. Striemer, Amazon
28 September 2009
Summary: I'm fairly impressed with the yamaha V465 as an entry level receiver. It has a lot of nice features and all the HDMI and A/V inputs you could want for an entry level receiver...It has a total of nine A/V inputs from the 4 HDMI to the 6 normal A/V inputs which include digital optical for sound.
Good budget reciever with family friendly features
Mark A. Porter, Amazon
26 August 2009
Summary: I had these goals to satisfy with a new receiver: Virtual rear speakers: Rear speakers are a pain to wire and really limit your placement choices. This unit automatically simulates rear speakers when they are not detected via the YPAO auto setup.
Summary: I first purchased the RX-V365 for my living room. Being a complete newbie to HD audio, I thought this would be enough. Originally I had all my devices (HDMI) connected to my 37" Samsung TV with a single TOSLINK from the TV back to the receiver.