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|4K Support||UHD 4K pass-through and upscaling via HDMI|
|ARC (Audio Return Channel)||Yes|
|HDMI CEC Compliant||Yes|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||20.5 x 16.0 x 9.0"|
|Package Weight||20.0 lb|
|Standby Power Consumption||HDMI CEC Off: 0.3 WHDMI CEC On: 0.9 W|
|Weight||17 lb / 7.7 kg|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17.1 x 6 x 12.4" / 43.5 x 15.2 x 31.4 cm|
|Power Requirements||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Outputs||1 x HDMI1 x RCA composite video1 x 1/4" / 6.35 mm headphone (front)|
|Inputs||4 x HDMI1 x optical TOSLINK2 x digital coaxial1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm aux (front)3 x RCA composite video2 x stereo RCA|
|Additional Connections||1 x AM antenna1 x FM antenna1 x USB (front)|
|HDCP Version||HDCP 2.2|
|Speaker Connectors||5 x binding post pairs (front L/R, center, surround L/R)1 x RCA subwoofer pre-out|
|Wireless||Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR|
|Audio Delay||0 to 500 ms|
|DTS||DTS-HD Master Audio|
|No. of Channels||5.1|
|Dynamic Power per Channel||At 8 Ohms: 110 WAt 6 Ohms: 130 WAt 4 Ohms: 160 WAt 2 Ohms: 180 W|
|Power Output||70 W per channel RMS at 8 Ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.09% THD, 2-channel driven100 W per channel at 8 Ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 1-channel driven145 W per channel at 6 Ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD, 1-channel driven|
For the price point this receiver is at it is hard to beat. Bought for a friend to use at his pool with some cheap tower speakers and no sub. I set the speakers to large and the sound was way better than expected. Nice bass Response and the Bluetooth worked flawlessly as well.
Front USB would not play music from a phone, apparently this is to play music from a USB drive.
The Yamaha Black 5.1 Channel AV Receiver - RX-V385BL is a good quality receiver and puts out a very nice sound. There are multiple venue choices for you to choose from for your listening enjoyment. Very clear sound and you can hear each instrument being played on our jazz station.
Was looking for a AV receiver that had bluetooth capability and works with Alexa, and this one fit the bill for a reasonable price. Access to the HDMI input is near the top of the receiver for easy access and the auto sound adjustment capability is nice for speedy speaker adjustment.
Easy to set up and use. Works great for the price. I set up in just a couple minutes
easy set up
I purchased my receiver about two weeks ago. The set up was easier than I thought. I have surround sound speakers in my ceilings so I only used the surround wire connectors. Since my tv was already mounted, I didn’t want to have the HDMI cord showing so I connected the receiver to my Dish Hopper via...
Very solid unit. Sounds great. Easy setup.Was having issues with TV constantly changing resolution. Thought it was the Yamaha receiver, but it turned out to be old HDMI cables that were not high speed (4k), a cheap set of cables and I now have great sound and a great picture.
4 HDMI inIncludes microphone for speaker balancing
Antiquated menu display
Still getting used to it, but need to purchase a center channel speaker for use with the TV and for movies. I had a Yamaha analog receiver previously, but this digital version really makes my Bose 301's sound great.
Replaced a couple of years old Onkyo 5.1-channel AV receiver with this Yamaha due to a dynamite noise it created time to time scared the cxxp out of everyone last few months. This Yamaha receiver is quiet and comes with an electronic ear (i.e.
Great A/V receiver. Awesome sound. Very user friendly. There is a whole bunch of useful menu options and settings to fiddle with. If you don't have a 4K tv yet, like me, the HDMI upscaling option takes 1080p and turns it into 4K. I didn't think my picture could get any better. I was sooooo wrong.
While this receiver does not have all of the "bells & whistles"of higher priced units, it performs well, producing clear, pleasant sound as a replacement for the standard TV fare. The Bluetooth and USB feeds provide nice alternatives for the usual broadcast radio programming.
Decent sound quality, ease of use and aforementioned input options.
Only drawback is lack of input posts for alternate (pair B) speakers.