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About this product
- Product Information7-channel powerful surround soundDecoders for HD audio formats: Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD master audio, Dolby Digital plus and DTS-HD high resolution audioDigital ToP-ART and high current amplification with discrete amp configurationPure directBurr-brown 192 KHz/24-bit DACs for all channelsAnalog video upscaling to full HD 1080p with TBC1080p-compatible HDMI (4-in-1 out)Supports Deep Color (30/36-bit), x.v.Color, 120Hz/24Hz refresh rates and auto lip-sync compensationSCENE buttons (BD/DVD, TV, CD and radio) - quick and simple to useYPAO sound optimization for automatic speaker setupUSB port for portable audio players and flash drives (MSC)GUI on-screen display with album artDialog liftInitial volume setting and maximum volume settingLearning-capable and preset remote unitAdaptive DRC (Dynamic Range Control)Compressed music enhancerAudio delay for adjusting lip-sync (0-240ms)Zone 2 on/off and control on front panelRemote input/outputProgrammable +12V trigger output
- Family LineRX
- Product TypeHome Theater Receivers
- Output Power105 Watt
- Amplifier Output Details105 Watt - 8 Ohm - 20 - 20000 Hz - THD 0.08% - 7 channel(s) ( surround )
- Surround Sound EffectsCINEMA DSP,Neural Surround,SILENT CINEMA DSP,Virtual CINEMA DSP
- Sound Output TypeSurround Sound
- Built-in DecodersDTS,DTS 96/24,DTS Neo:6,DTS-ES Discrete 6.1,DTS-ES Matrix 6.1,Dolby Digital EX,Dolby Digital Plus,Dolby Pro Logic IIx,Dolby TrueHD
- Receiver Tuner TypeDigital
- Receiver Tuner BandsAM/FM
- Response Bandwidth10 - 100000 Hz
- Input Impedance47 kOhm
- Input Sensitivity200 mV
- Power Consumption Operational400 Watt
- Coaxial Digital InputYes
- Optical Digital InputYes
- Headphone JackYes
- Remote Control TypeUniversal remote control
- Built-in Display TypeFluorescent
- Bass ControlYes
- Included AccessoriesAM antenna,FM antenna,optimizer microphone
- Height6.73 in.
- Width17.13 in.
- Weight24.47 lb.
Most relevant reviews
- gregs-esaleSep 12, 2011by
for most of us, well worth a try.
very good condition for a b-stock receiver. one slight scuff on the display is barely a bother as u have to really probe to find it. bottom line, the box blows, k. chrystal clear sound with a very nice gui. it really puts out!! the cec / hdmi ports work well with one annoying exception. i have a directv h21 box and that box is not sensed. i'm convinced the problem is with the directv receiver. it gets worse. there are not many things to dislike. i learned today that these rx-v1065 models have an annoying sw / fw glitch that yamaha does not seem motivated to address. if u are using at least 2 hdmi ports and u turn off the rx while it is on hdmi port 2, when u turn the device back on it will switch tto hdmi 1. now this only happens when hdmi is enabled on both the tv and the receiver. course if u disable it on the tv then u lose the ability to control the receiver's volume with the tv remote. it's complicated but those who are familar with cec hopefully will understand. i miss the internal 120vac outlets that my rx-v1400 / v1300 had but that's an ez workaround. the uni-remote works well but if it's quirky when u want to use use the code and separater buttons for the tv. to program the tv u must select "phono" as input. if u don't have one, don't sweat this but if u paln to get one it can be a pain. i also have a v-667. it's manages that same issue a bit better and more intuitively. i just played a bit of the blu-ray vid, "the dark knight" on it with my very simple 5.1 setup. amazing!! i've seen the movie a few times and thoroughly enjoyed what came out of my rx-v1400 but it's mind boggling with this pup! we're talking a fairly large room that opens up to many other rooms of the house. and just to add, i'm no 'phile. i have a bargain basement 100w 12" sub but some decent yamaha forn and rear surrounds. i configure the rears as large and the fronts / center as small. all lfe is directed to the sub. i sub is just under 40% volume but the floors shake - lots. i traded up primarily because of the hdmi switching and i wanted a phono port. i really didn't think i be able to tell the audio diffs as my old box did not decode truehd or dts-ma. even with these old ears there was a very noticeable diff. channel separation is more disticnt as well - even when my position is on the left or right side. again, amazing! granted these are very subjective comments as no measurements have been done. i also may have an unconscious bias since i've been using yamaha recvrs since the 90s. i did consider denon and onkyo but the reviews did not show a great diff betw denon and yamaha, so i stayed with the devil i knew. there's certainly enough pwr so for the $$, i'm quite happy. never had one go bad and after seeing what lightening can do, i don't wast my time on surge protectors anymore. i just hope this one lasts cause i suspect, it'll be around for at least a decade. Read full review
- midwest-plc-pcDec 07, 2010by
Yamaha RX V1065 7.1 Channel Receiver
By far the best buy for the money in this price range. With plenty of user-configurable settings, key options for all of the A/V inputs, not to mention the Bluetooth Dock and XM & Sirius features, this receiver lived up to the reviews read online, and those also offered by the CNET editorial staff. I also like the individual options and volume settings available for the HDMI and A/V inputs, very handy; all available through the on-screen user menu. I really appreciate the pass-through feature for the HDMI inputs! That way, the receiver does not have to be on to use other A/V devices. For anyone looking for great value and plenty of options, not to mention excellent sound quality, this mid-level receiver needs to be on your checklist when your ready to compare features from several vendors. Read full review
- camperprDec 10, 2012by
Great buy. Ecellent A/V Controler. Except for extremelly small remote,all in this unit satisfy me,very happy tha I bought it.
- sjhanksFeb 13, 2012by
Great home theater reciever
Great reciever. Love the sound and the up converting. The USB in the front has been very helpful. Yamaha builds quality in thier units. This is the third Yamaha unit I have owned. They are always ready and willing when you need them to perform.
- hudlocengFeb 04, 2010by
Great reciever. I like that you can pass through HDMI to watch TV without having the reciver on. I dont like that there is no switched outlets on the back for my subwoofer, but not that big of deal.