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I like this system, for whatever reason there aren't a lot of options in this price range. Unfortunately I had to send the first one back, I believe it blew a fuse. I didn't realize until studying blog posts and forums that this system is very delicate. I believe the issue was that I had it plugged into the same power strip as my tv, ps4, router, controller charger, and home security system. Apparently this system draws a lot of power and needs to be in it's own outlet otherwise it will shut itself down. After turning it on and it shutting itself off more times than I should have it just wouldn't turn back on. Additionally the subwoofer sucks for playing music, it's not sophisticated enough to handle complex bass lines and muffles out sometimes. Overall it's great for movies and video games, easy to set up, and sounds great for the price. Just set it up like I did mine and give it, it's own power source, and I went a step further and got a little fan to keep the reciever nice and cool and I cover it with a dust cover when it's not in use lol. This one is still going strong. I also like the little microphone deal it comes with so it can automatically tune itself to optimize the sound in the room you set it up in.
Let me say if you want “easy” theater shopping this is awesome. That said I wish I would have done this a bit different. Love the receiver not as impressed with the speakers included. I replaced the front speakers with a set of Polk towers and the subwoofer with a 10” polk. Both bought here on amazon. Made a huge difference. Included speakers are fine if you don’t push it too loud but weren’t for me. Also now I’m hating the center speaker. Seems the next weakest link. I wish I would have bought the Yamaha receiver then pieced together alternate speakers
Maybe it is not a problem for some, but for me, it is an issue due that I wanted this device to go inside a wooden cabinet. I even created ventilation inside and all my other devices were ok (ps4, switch and shieldTv), but the Yamaha 4930UBL was a problem due that the remote is IR and cannot connect unless the cabinet doors are open (which is making my wife angry).
So, two choices right now, either create a window for the IR receiver or buy an IR repeater... thinking maybe the window.
Additionally, I thought about using some Yamaha Android app to connect through my phone... surprise! no ethernet port nor WIFI.
Should have really invested more time with the research, but it never crossed my mind that this 201X device comes without Bluetooth nor Networking (BT is only to send audio IN/OUT).
This has made my living room pretty awesome for watching movies. Sound is great. Overall I am happy-ish.
Why am I not happy? Bluetooth does not work. I cannot connect any BT headphones to the unit, nor stream from my phone, tablet or laptop to the unit. Pairing always says no device found. I have recently updated the device to the latest firmware (1.08) and still the same issue.
Don;t buy for the Bluetooth. Buy for the value of a HTiB. Though they recently released newer upgraded models for not much more money.
Receiver, remote, and microphone to tune your sound are great. Speakers are crap, subwoofer is too small. I've had this system for about a month. Shortly after installing it I reverted from the wall speakers to my former Bose Lifestyle system cube speakers, and replaced the subwoofer with a Polk Audio 12" subwoofer. I'm not an audiophile by any means, but these speakers look and sound cheap.
Hi all, don’t normally write reviews but wanted to remind all who are looking to buy this system, to be sure and read the manual to confirm this will do all you need it to before you buy. I just breezed thru and didn’t read all the print. This comes with a RX-V383 receiver. At first look, it appeared to have all the hookups I needed. But when I hooked it up I realized it didn’t work as I expected. I have a few older, AV output items that I wanted to use with this unit. One is a Wii. When I read that this unit has AV inputs, I assumed that the output would be fed to the HDMI, but it’s doesn’t. You will need a separate cable to use you older boxes and for me, that poses a problem since I’m outputting a projector. The 6 year old Pioneer unit I have elsewhere in the house does feed all inputs to one HDMI output. So just a warning, read the complete manual before you buy………