Summary: I've always been a Yamaha fan & the RX-V671 performed just as well as the Yamaha receivers I've had in the past. This Yamaha does exactly what I wanted to do in my home theater and has plenty of HDMI connections in the back for several components.
Summary: My Yamaha RX-V671 worked for well for just over two years and died. Wont power up. It is just dead. This is the first time I tried Yamaha receiver and thought I would treat myself. Turned out to be a treat that cost me about $20 a month for the life of the product. Not again. Update.
Summary: Been using a simple LR setup for over almost 2 years, yet to hook it up to much else. Handles all my HDMI connections. Wish it didn't sleep so fast when connected to my PC input (tv screen goes off after half hour or so, cutting out my streaming PC music). Internet updates are nice.
Summary: I previously owned a Pioneer receiver. It lasted a short time for me when it stopped sending video thru the HDMI. The clarity and sound effects of this receiver far surpasses anything I've ever owned. I've only had it for a month, so far I'd say you'd do we'll purchasing this model.
Summary: I use this product with Onkyo 7.1 surround sound speakers and it works beautifully. I would highly recommend this for anyone that is interested in a home theater system, but doesn't want to break the bank. This is my first receiver and I am highly pleased after almost 8 months of use.
Summary: First off, I am not a huge audio guy... I just know what sounds good and what doesn't. I run a very simple setup at home... 2 Klipsch KG4's, a big Klipsch center channel speaker, and a 10" Klipsch powered sub.
Summary: This is the first received I've owned. I connected it to a 7.1 channel in-wall surround sound system and paired it with a Yamaha subwoofer then added a 55" Samsung Smart television. We now have an excellent theater system in our new living room.
Summary: We have bought Yamaha amps for the last 15 years and we have yet to be disappointed by them. This took it to a new level. We are running a 7.1 system with 2 additional speakers (all Yamaha) in another room. I like I can have CD in one room and radio in the other at the same time.
Summary: The Yamaha RX-V671 is my first HDMI receiver and it's a bargain for the price paid. It has many of the desired features of the top receivers on the market (except Airplay, but that's not a deal breaker for me) and plenty of HDMI inputs. The owner's manual can be overwhelming for newbies.