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Ordered this receiver to use with my Samsung smart TV. Receiver sounds good and my TV and receiver communicate with each other through the HDMI ARC cable. Only issue is that each time my system is used the TV turns on and the receiver turns on but the receiver goes to the wrong input settings (I get video but no sound). The work around is to manually select the required input, then all is fine until you restart the system again.
Wanted to return the product (which I can) but the supplier doesn't pay the return shipping.
Wouldn't recommend the supplier to anyone else if you out of the Montreal area.
For the price point, this is a great starter 5.1 receiver. Menus are easy to navigate and set things the way you want. The sound stage is flat, which is ultimately why I returned it. I couldn’t find good EQs to help with the lack of presence in the sound. Cant say what it would sound like in a 5.1 setup, only tried it with AudioEngine HDP6s in 2.0.
Great features, very intuitive set up. Lots of stuff is automated and very easy to use. I may have received a defective unit, however. 4k upscaling setting causes wierd image rendering issues (flashing black and white screen). I'll be calling Yamaha tomorrow.
I'm getting old. I was having trouble from time to time hearing dialogue on my tv shows and movies, so I decided it was time to finally get a 5.1 setup in my great room. I have a 20 year old Onkyo TX-8511 (stereo only) driving 12" Floor Standing Cerwin Vegas. I put some cheapo 8" Pyle speakers in the ceiling in the kitchen. But it's still only stereo. I got the Yamana RX-V385 and a center channel speaker and hooked it up to my existing speakers with no sub. No need. 12" CVs are still kickin'. I use a Windows 8.1 PC, Media Center, and HDHomerun with cable card for tv. So when I want to watch Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, YouTube or anything else, I just run Chrome and it's gtg. The HDMI path is from the NVidia graphics card on my PC, to the Yamaha, then to the Samsung TV. Everything works great.... except Hulu. For some reason, a couple times during every show I watch, the Yamaha display goes wonky, flashes on and off, the TV screen goes blank and there's no sound for like 2 seconds. Then it recovers and continues on it's merry way with the show. I've only found this when playing Hulu. Every other website and application seems to work fine indefinitely. Problem 2, I plugged in a Chromecast in HDMI2 and as soon as the Chromecast is powered on, the Yamaha has a similar problem. Clicking, flashing the display, blanking the TV screen, muting the sound. THIS phenomenon happens about every 5 seconds as long as the Chromecast has power. Switching the Yamaha to HDMI 2 to show the Chromecast on the TV cures the problem immediately. The Chromecast works flawlessly. The Yamaha gets 3 stars because it's glitchy. I will see if customer service has a fix for these problems or if I got a lemon. But aside from the above issues, so far it's performing admirably and it sounds fantastic.
It pairs to a Fire Tablet & iphone - but won't pair to my Bose headphones. The Bose pair with every other device I've used. It even paired with a bluetooth adapter I once had. Assumed the Yamaha bluetooth would be compatible, apparently not. Good 5.1 4k receiver for the money - debating whether it's worth returning for something better that will pair with the Bose (which cost almost as much as this Yamaha did). Just kind of disappointed that it won't connect or even detect it.
FIX- First -8 months connecting LG TV was hit and miss, some times the receiver would connect to HMDI 2 and sometimes it would not, got to the point that the receiver would not connect to the t.v at all. Came across a YT video "$279 Yamaha RX-385 Unboxing and testing" skip to 15:16. 1. Go to Functions. 2. Scroll down to Remote Color Key. 3. On input arrows move to Red HDMI 2, Green HDMI 4, Yellow AV2. Blue AUX. Save. Now I want to watch LG tv just push Red Button on remote and it goes to HDMI 2 where LG tv is connected. I also did do a firmware update. Pro- Nice sound with woofer-Blue Tooth is really good-Good price- Easy to connect after update and watching video. Cons- Different settings for music sound is terrible- I don't know who or what came up with that- First 8 months connecting to LG big screen was hit and miss until came across video. Hope this helps someone...
Ease of setup could not be better. Had the receiver unboxed and completely set up within 15 minutes. Picture quality is awesome. Sound quality is great. The one problem this system has is that, occasionally, the picture will go black, for one or two seconds, sound continues uninterrupted but 1 to 2 seconds of video interruption. No real pattern as to when. Seems random. Firmware is up to date. Does not seem to happen on video games, only on movies, series, etc.
This receiver has very good sound and picture quality. Its easy to set up, unlike my old HK receiver that you almost had to be a sound engineer to set it up. The only downside is that sometimes it locks up, you can't change any settings, can't even turn it off manually, you have to unplug it to get it to start working again. kind of a pain the A--.
If your TV is right next to the AV receiver, it may not be an issue, but if you have a home theater setup with a projector, this is NOT for you. If the cable is longer than 10 feet, the HDMI out dies because it's not getting sufficient power.
This unit has been made more complicated than it needs to be. Set up was not very easy. The built-in "shortcutting" with the use of scene and color buttons that some how attempt to integrate input-equipment selections is very confusing. The factory set-up for the scene buttons did not work well with the equipment/input choices I required. I think the guts of this unit are fine. I just wish the designers had built it to be more user friendly to straight line old fashioned linear thinkers like me. This is not a simple machine for "dinosaurs" to set up, understand and operate. I would not have bought it if I had known how complex it was compared to earlier receivers I have owned.