Yamaha Dolby Digital 7.2 Receiver

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  • Dolby Digital 7.2
  • 110 Watts X 7
  • 8 HDMI Inputs
  • 17 Digital Sound Fields
  • 5 S-Video Inputs
Format Type
Dolby Digital 7.2
Power Output (Watts)
110 Watts X 7
HDMI Inputs
8 HDMI Inputs
Digital Sound Fields
17 Digital Sound Fields
S-Video Inputs
5 S-Video Inputs
Optical Connectivity
1 Optical Input
DTS Decoding
Pre-Amp Outputs
Subwoofer Output
Tuner Presets
40 Tuner Presets
Remote Control
On Screen Menu
Additional Zones
1 Powered Zone
Other Features
MHL supports full HD video/audio from mobile devices, HD Radio,
Call Out Feature
AirPlay compatible, Pandora & Rhapsody (subscription req'd)
18.0(w) X 8.0(h) X 17.0(d)
Shipping Weight
34 lbs


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Yamaha Dolby Digital 7.2 Receiver

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Yamaha Products Are Awesome

By Dude

from Long Island NY and Denver CO

Verified Reviewer


  • Accurate Controls
  • Easy To Set Up
  • Good Power Output
  • Good Remote Control
  • Great Sound Quality
  • Speaker Balancer


  • Time To Tune Perfect

Best Uses

    Comments about Yamaha Dolby Digital 7.2 Receiver:

    If you know how to cable this correcly you can get 14 speakers at 50 watts a piece and 2 subwoofers. It has a speaker balancer that will do each room to balance erfectly. I have 24 speakers hooked to mine and I have never had a problem. Take your time to set the equalizer to your taste and use the 7input stereo sound to get the best out of it.

    Yamaha has the power and sound that will go up againt a multi thousand dollar unit and hold it's own.

    I have a combonation of spreakers from Yamaha, Sony, OLD RCA, Phillips (Which has good equipment) and so on so use the speakers that you like.

    I go into my Sony 52 inch TV from the Yamaha and i use the internet through it for sound an video and I cannot complaign what so ever. It might be a few bucks but to have it profssionally installed is a good idea when you get this level of equipment to get all the benfits is has.

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