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This home theater system works great! Great sound quality. The speakers are a little smaller than I pictured but that works perfect. We love this system and would recommend it if your looking to use it for a projector/home theater system, gaming, or just a nice sound system in your home.
I'm probably not the average user. I've got this hooked up from an Nvidia graphics card to a 1080 resolution TV. I had to use HDMI as it was the only output that my computer and this receiver shared. I also have an Ultra Blu-ray player and now a Chromecast plugged in. It's good. It's not as big an improvement over my soundbar + subwoofer as I expected, most of the time, but the extra clarity and positioning of sounds in some cases is definitely nice.
I do have some weirdness if I want to turn off the TV and still hear stuff from the computer. With two monitors and the TV, I sometimes lose sound when turning any of the video out. Sometimes it comes back, sometimes not. And I have to have the receiver on now to get a computer signal to the TV, so there's no passive passthrough. The receiver does a nice job with FM, though I don't listen to radio much anymore. It also lets you name the audio sources and turn different audio inputs on/off so that you don't have to cycle through inputs that aren't hooked up. The receiver does just fine at passing UltraHD through to a 1080p TV, and sound is really nice with a better source like Blu-ray.
I was suggested to buy speaker wire and RCA connectors by Amazon for this, which turned out to be entirely wrong and unnecessary. It has the standard raw wire connectors and my box came with sufficient speaker wire. A nice little unnecessary was it came with an extra 4 little rubber feet to optionally attach to the speakers. Though they didn't really need the feet on any of the smooth surfaces I was using, I added them after a few weeks anyway.
It makes the loud click/clunk? noise that receivers always seem to make when turned on or off, that I'd forgotten about after settling for a speaker bar for a decade. It also has a bunch of features and sound enhancements that I just really haven't delved into. It has some decent on screen menus as well. I'm not an audiophile nor have I attempted any real audio quality tests.
In the late 70's I was stationed in Japan. It was then that I had become in love with Yamaha products. Back then they were years ahead of stereo equipment being sold in the USA. That is with the exception of McIntosh. First, with the exception of the sub-woofer, all the speaker enclosures are made of very cheap plastic. Second, the the center and satellite speaker's sound like tin cans... Almost no mid-range. The sub-woofer is good, but not great. I've replaced the center speaker with the Polk Audio CS10 Center Channel Speaker, and the front speakers with Polk Audio OWM3 On-Wall Speakers. What a waste of money I spent on this Yamaha system. I guess I got what I paid for... Buyer beware
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.
This is an expensive peice of plastic that just did nothing but let me down. I haven't bought a stereo or surround system in years and I was quite excited to purchase this unit. I was just wanting a basic surround to match up with my Samsung Q6 TV in a small place. Even in the space it sounds like crap. I've purchased old RCA surround systems from yard sales that sounds better lol really don't waste your money or time. Will be Happily Returning
Did a search on the internet and found this one. Seemed to have the things on it that I want. Easy to install. Already had the wires to the rear speakers, so that was no problem. The internal system that uses the microphone to set up the sound levels is really great. You plug in the furnished microphone, set it in the designated spot, punch the correct buttons on the remote and the system sets itself for the balance of the speakers. Easey peasey. I have a minor problem with the return from the TV, being able to play Netflix back through the amp from the TV. I will call and talk to Customer Service about that one of these days. Otherwise, it is so much better than my older Sony, I can put up with a small problem. Try one of these sets. They are worth the money.
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
I purchased this (always apprehensive of buying online) and have been very pleased with the product. No problems whatsoever. I will say that it is not a Bose or some other high-end system. However, it still delivers plenty of quality sound and power. Setup took me probably over an hour because I had to move out the old system - then rearranging all of my cables/HDMI cords to run through the receiver took time. Worth the money if you're looking for a new sound system that won't break the bank. My suggestion is to wait for Cyber Monday or some other Prime event - the unit has been on sale several times.
The receiver is great. I use this system heavily in my climate controlled workshop and after about a year the center and two surround speakers pooped out. One causing a short and throwing a code "check SP wires" so i then figured out that the center and both front surround speakers were bad. Replaced them with POLK speakers and the sound quality is now awesome. Good receiver, sorry as hell speakers.
I purchased this unit to replace a 20yr old Aiwa bookshelf surround system, and so far I'm happy with the results. Everything needed (sans speaker mounting hardware) is in the box. The instructions are straight forward making set-up easy. The system comes with a small microphone that's used to calibrate the receiver to the size and shape of the room it's in. This feature works very well, I noticed a difference before and after the calibration. The controls take some getting used to, but they're easy enough to figure out after a few uses. Sound-wise, this unit sounds good for the price you pay. The bass thumps, and the mids and highs are where they should be. There are numerous presets for games, movies, and music, and if you choose not to use the presets you can manually customize the sound to your liking. If you're worried about this unit breaking then buy the extended warranty, it's cheap. I also recommend purchasing the Amazon Basics 100ft spool of 16 gauge wire for this unit. The wire that comes with the unit leaves much to be desired. All in all this is a good system for the money spent.