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I recently purchased this kit to replace a problematic LG BH9431PW. The LG claimed to support Dolby Digital Plus, but would not decode the new encoding from the Roku Amazon or Netflix channels. The Yamaha receiver in this kit handles the DD+ output from the Amazon and Netflix channels wonderfully.
In case anyone is wondering, the AV Receiver included in this kit is the RX-V385.
Some highlights so far compared to the previous LG BH9431PW:
* Full Dolby Digital Plus support!
Woohoo! I am now getting Dolby 5.1 output from my Amazon and Netflix channels. This was the number one reason for purchasing this unit.
* The receiver allows direct navigation to any of the inputs:
We use a Logitech Harmony 650 universal remote to map all of our devices, and the LG forced it to cycle through the inputs. This meant that, to go from our ROKU on HDMI2 to the DVR on HDMI1, the remote had to cycle forward through the other inputs like the optical, tuner, USB, and bluetooth to get back to HDMI1. This not only meant waiting a long time with the remote pointed at the equipment, but also tended to be prone to failure if the bluetooth scanning took too long. With the new Yamaha receiver, the remote is able to quickly switch between HDMI2 and HDMI3 with no delays or errors.
* The speakers use standard wire connectors.
The LG had a weird, proprietary connection plug and wiring scheme, so the old speakers could not be easily re-used with a different receiver (which is what forced me into buying a complete home theater system vs just upgrading the receiver).
* The auto-speaker setup was nice.
The unit comes with a microphone that can be hooked up to help balance the speakers for your particular viewing arrangement. The setup program not only validates the functionality and wiring of the speakers, but will calculate the relative distances from the speaker to the viewing location to help balance the volumes of each speaker.
* Volume trimming between inputs.
Related to speaker balancing, the unit will also let you decrease/increase the volume a bit between inputs. This is a handy feature since our DVR volume tended to be a bit softer than our ROKU, and the tuner would blow us out of the room. We now have the relative volume between the inputs a little closer to each other.
* Powered Subwoofer.
The subwoofer seems to have a bit more punch than my previous setup.
Things that could be better:
* Wireless surround connection.
My old LG surround speaker setup had a wireless connection between the main unit and a satellite surround base unit. The new Yamaha forced me to run long speaker cables to the back of the room. A pain, but at least I no longer have to run power back to that location.
Everything about this system is cheap. The remote looks like a child's toy, the speakers are light weight and their sound is substandard. I've had great success with past Yamaha products but this is not one of them. Save your money and invest in a proper system with good quality speakers.
For a new system, I was expecting the typical DTS variants, DOLBY whatever etc, but Yamaha doesn't have this. It has NEO 6, which processes in a similar way. I believe it's less accurate, but it does sound good where it should. I would have liked to have known this ahead of time, but after reading up on it and using it a while I'm OK with it. My fault for assuming the features.
I had to spend some time getting to know this Yamaha and at first it's not very intuitive, but it does have some pretty useful functionality once you get give it a quick read. I did have to spend some time using the EQ to kill some of the mids, as they are very bright. The sub woofer is tight but can't hang for the long "demon bass" in movies or any album by CREED lol. I put it about half way and use the bass boost button when necessary. Works well but no one is going to call the cops on you because they can feel the bass next door, but it's adequate.
I did like the supplied mic to auto tune the room. Nice feature and seemed to do a good job.
I'm replacing a cheap Pioneer 5.1 system from the big box store that lasted 6 years and sounded great. The speakers were half the size but weighed more than these which is why I loved it. But it's finally wearing out. I run my PC, a cable box and built in apps on my Vizio TV and now everything can go through HDMI and optical from the TV to finally give me 5.1 form built in TV apps. The ARC function also works well with my older Vizio TV. I appreciated being able to rename the inputs and skip ones I don't use. Bluetooth works fine with my S8.
The build quality of the speakers isn't great. The speakers are cheap, light and plastic. They sound very bright because of this. The EQ can help squash that a bit, but these won't sound anything like a Bose speaker for example. The sub is better. It's powered and allows for dialing it in.
Cranked up watching a couple movies, it sounded great. Music was good, but you're not turning it up to 11. More like 7 or 8 before things degrade. If you're OK with entry level sound and like the convenience and simplicity, this works.
I bought this to replace a 20 year-old RCA system. Easy hook up, awesome sound, great remote control. Have yet to find a problem. I like that you can custom name the inputs and the name appears in the display. (Didn’t have that option in the old system!) I’m sure audio “experts” are able to identify deficits in the sound when comparing this system to much higher-priced professional systems, but for the average person looking to get a theater experience at home while not spending a ton of money, I believe this is an excellent choice.
This is my third Yamaha Receiver + Speakers and it is amazing. The surround is flawless, and the speakers have impressive sound. And the value (low price) is a major plus. Do not doubt to buy it if you want a good priced full Home Theatre system for home!
I bought this theater system for my husband because we had a major issue with sound in our bedroom and both hated it. Before everyone we watched anything the music and action sound would always be too much! And you could barley gear individuals talking during these moment, but could overly hear them without the sound in the background. We tried everything from messing with the sound controls to adding other equipment like a sound bar. Nothing ever worked!!
I spent 4 days researching the best home theater systems (not just a sound bar system) for 2019 in December a few weeks before Christmas. After sitting through 100 plus websites and sytems, reading reviews after review, and making sure it met a couple of certain critiria my husband had said he wanted on the next system he bought, such as Bluetooth, the mic sound location, and a sub-woofer (not just a sound bar). I came back to this system over and over again on several different websites. It was Amazon and our Amazon prime that offered the best price and quickest delivery though, so my search was done.
3 months later we have zero complaints!! This system has been everything I had spent days looking for and my husband was amazed with his Christmas gift!! He continues to brag about it and tell me what an amazing job I did picking out this Home theater system (which is something he would normally do).
We put the mic locator right in the middle of our pillows on our bed (as this is usually where we watch t.v. in the bedroom) and everything we watch and the music we listen to is perfect!! We have no problem hearing people talk in movies or having to keep the remote in hand to turn it up and down when the action is too much, or the voices to low.😂 In fact it's like we're at the movies when we watch one, or at a concert when we listen to music. (which is perfectly streamed from every device we have via blue tooth, or smart t.v.) Even the sound from the regular A.M., F.M radio is outstanding!!
I can 100% say that I fully recommend this product and trust me you never know what your missing until your watch a movie in bed and it sound like the helicopter on the t.v. is circling around your bed and you can still hear the movie dialogue. I have no complaints at all and Neither does my husband. They only thing that could make this product better is wireless subspeakers, but the wires run around and having to be covered was a small price to pay for this kind of sound perfection.
I had this unit proffessionally installed to add some surround sound to a movie room projector set up. I ordered both the Projector and the Yamaha surround sound system from Amazon and i have nothing but good things to say about the quality and usability of the projector. The Yamaha system however crapped out after two weeks of use and is now in the hands of a repair shop that Yamaha uses to repair their equipment locally. THe recievers HDMI port just stopped working and it now needs a new board. Well i have been waiting for two weeks for Yamaha to just send the parts to the repair shop and still no parts. I have literally had the reciever in the repair shop as long as i have had it working now. Save your money and buy a nicer set up. Also Yamahas customer service should have sent me a new one and not tried to repair this one. Super unhappy.
I did a great deal of research on this before purchase and everything said I should be able to use Bluetooth headphones but it just doesn’t work. Found headphones that work with it. But now after less than a month it goes into some sort of protection mode and I have to unplug it and plug in back in to get it to turn on. Manual say to contact a dealer or nearest service center (which is at least 7 hours away). Hopefully I'll find a support number for it or the warranty I bought.
This was a replacement for a Samsung system that went south!
Delivered July 30, 2021
Pros: 1. Great Sound :-) 2. Completely wired System. 3. Easy to Setup.
Cons: 1. The speakers that come with the system are 6 ohm speakers and the amplifier needs to be configured to use the 6 ohm speakers. It would have been nice in the quick setup guide to point this out with instructions on setting up the system to accept the 6 ohm speakers so that you do not have an impedance mismatch. 2. The manual must be downloaded from the Yamaha site on the Internet. If you like a printed manual you should have a laser jet printer. The manual is 112 pages of awesome information. 3. If you have an old turntable, you need a preamp to use it to play your old records. 4. The speaker wire that comes with the system is extremely thin and I would suggest buying 16 gauge speaker wire which will have lower resistance thus having a better sound.
Overall: 1. Yamaha still makes great audio products. I'm happy that Yamaha has not gone to China and that the amplifier in manufactured in Malaysia. 2. I would recommend this system to anyone who wants good audio at a good price. 3. The amplifier delivers 100 watt power to the speakers so whatever speakers you use, it will probably handle very well.