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About this product
- Product InformationThe RX-V871 AV receiver features 8-HDMI inputs (one on front panel) and 2-HDMI simultaneous outputs with 3D and Audio Return Channel (ARC). Networking capabilities and DLNA 1.5 for countless hours of music streaming enjoyment, AV controller App compatible with iPhone and Android devices, HD audio decoding with CCENE DSP 3D surround with or without front presence speakers, front panel USB direct digital connection for iPhone/iPod, on-screen GUI, multi-point YPAO and SCENE buttons.
- Family LineRX
- Product TypeHome Theater Receivers
- Output Power110 Watt
- Amplifier Output Details100 Watt - 8 Ohm - 20 - 20000 Hz - THD 0.09% - 7 channel(s) ( surround ),130 Watt - 8 Ohm - at 1 kHz - THD 0.9% - 7 channel(s) ( surround )
- Surround Sound EffectsSILENT CINEMA DSP
- Sound Output TypeSurround Sound
- 3D ReadyYes
- Built-in DecodersDTS 96/24,DTS Express,DTS Neo:6,DTS-ES Discrete 6.1,DTS-ES Matrix 6.1,DTS-HD,DTS-HD High Resolution,Dolby Digital EX,Dolby Digital Plus,Dolby Pro Logic IIx,Dolby TrueHD
- Receiver Tuner TypeDigital
- Receiver Tuner BandsAM/FM
- Coaxial Digital InputYes
- Optical Digital InputYes
- Headphone JackYes
- Remote Control TypeUniversal remote control
- THX certifiedNo
- Built-in Display TypeFluorescent
- Included AccessoriesAuto calibration microphone
- Height6.73 in.
- Width17.13 in.
- Weight24.47 lb.
Most relevant reviews
- boosted4gcstFeb 09, 2013by
Phenomenal A/V Receiver!
If you're an audiophile looking for an awesome, powerful, feature packed A/V receiver that delivers all the above without breaking the bank, be sure to have a look at the Yamaha RX-V871. __ When researching my recent A/V receiver and looking over specs and reviews regarding offerings from Denon, Marantz, Pioneer, Sony and several other makers, the line of products from Yamaha all had one thing very much in common that lead me to look long and hard at theirs ... their owners all love 'em! __ Yamaha owners almost unanimously LOVE their receivers, and after being a JVC devotee for many years now, my new receiver has made me a convert for life! __ Whether you're looking for a HT/surround set up, a hub to connect all your home audio, video and computer components then powerfully output and control them with a single (or dual) HDMI cable for video and then output them to your speakers, or just wanting pure and pristine audio reproduction, this receiver masterfully accomplishes all these tasks with ease and finesse. __ While many reviewers focus on the technical aspects of this receiver, which indeed are impressive, from a less technical perspective what I'll say instead is this receiver coupled with a full complement of Polk Audio speakers rocks! __ About 6yrs ago I shelved my aging high end JVC 100 watts per channel surround receiver and collection of large Fisher and JBL speakers and started using my HTPC system coupled with a 5.1 Klipsch satellite/subwoofer speaker system instead. __ While I lost very little in overall system volume, the improved clarity and ease of A/V system control with everything just a few mouse clicks away was great. __ What I can say today is that going from this type of system to the RX-V871 was more eye opening and dramatic than I could have possibly imagined, yet exactly what I was hoping for in having made such a change. __ My system today consists of the RX-V871, an HTPC machine complete with a Blu-Ray DVD drive, a 50" Panasonic Tv, then Polk Audio Monitor II 70 Series for the front channel w/a set of R-150s for front presence speakers, Monitor II 60 Series for the rear channel, another set of R-150s for the side/surround channel and a single Monitor II 40 Series speaker for the center channel (caught a pair of these on sale for less than a single Polk center channel speaker and use the other one in my BR system:). __ Taking my time to collect all the new speakers and the RX-V871 over the course of several months during the Thanksgiving/Christmas sales I pieced it all together for a modest total investment of $1100, which is less than 1/2 of what I have invested in my HTPC 12TB A/V server machine and ... only $300 above the list price of the RX-V871 alone! __ The end result with the 871 as the center piece of it all is nothing short of stellar! I now hear things in my movies and music that I have never heard before and every bit of it is crystal clear which is pointed out most especially in the silent passages in movies or music when you hear what you're supposed to ... nothing, no hum, hiss or anything else, just silence. __ If I'd have had my druthers I'd have opted for Yamahas top of the line A/V receiver and Polks similar offerings to boot, yet living within my means meant I had to make some sacrifices in what I wanted relative to what I could reasonably afford. __ What I can say in closing however is it was all money well spent and I'm completely happy with the end result ; ) Read full review
- jasgardnerMay 03, 2012by
More than I hoped for!!
This receiver is amazing. The sound is so much better than the denon it replaced (1611). The network capabilities are extremely user friendly. Its nice to be able to control apple tv on zone 2 while being in another room. Also the streaming of Pandora or other online music makes this the best receiver I ever owned. The only negative is I wish you could name the APP inputs on the iPhone/iPad APP.