Excerpt: Some day Yamaha is going to build a bigger, badder, and more feature packed Receiver, but for now we will have to settle with the RX-Z1. I say this in a humorous tone considering the recent trend for Receiver Manufacturers to continually push the envelope of ludicrousness with each generation of...
Pros: Fantastic sounding in all modes of operation., Excellent UI and Set-Up Features., Five Year Extended Warranty.
Cons: Fixed global 90Hz crossover settings., No bass management on 6 channel inputs.
Excerpt: Likewise, the rear panel is well-organized, although, as usual, the S-video connectors are too close together for large plugs like those on my AudioQuest S2 cables. The subwoofer outputs are unusually flexible, with options for mono or stereo subs. There's also a speaker impedance-selector switch.