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Samsung HT-F9730W 7.1-Channel 1330Watt 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System

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Onkyo HT-S5600 7.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver/Speaker Package

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Yamaha RX-V573 7.1-Channel Network AV Receiver

Yamaha RX-V573 7.1-Channel Network AV Receiver

  • 7-channel powerful surround supported in HD Audio format decoding: Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio; Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
  • Network receiver with AirPlay, allows music streaming from Mac, PC, iPod, iPhone, iPad
  • 4K pass-through for next generation super high resolution displays, and HDMI (4 in/1 out) with 3D and Audio Return Channel
  • AV Controller app for operating various functions from an iPod, iPhone, iPad or Android phones
  • YPAO sound optimization for automatic speaker setup

Experience the power of a 7.1 network receiver from Yamaha, the RX-V573. Seven discrete amplifiers provide versatile speaker options, including 7.1 channel surround, Bi-Amp to double power to main speakers, or Zone B for extended audio coverage. The Yamaha AV Controller App works with Apple and Android devices and provides simple yet powerful network control. Enjoy your new receiver with CINEMA DSP 3D, which offers an enveloping home theater experience. Expand connectivity with Apple AirPlay and

List Price: $ 549.95

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Yamaha RX-V671 7.1-Channel Network AV Receiver

by William Hook

Although this may seem like an amazing, it doesn’t really come as any surprise and that is that most people go out and purchase their 60-inch high-definition TVs, blu-ray players, speaker systems and more without any knowledge of tying it together.

That’s right, believe it or not. Folks will run to stores, or wherever the price is best, put down their hard-earned plastic and walk away with a bunch of individual components without the foggiest of ideas of how to tie them together to maximize their purchase.

They forget the one piece of the puzzle that will set it all up for them, the receiver. Take the Yamaha RX-V671 7.1-Channel Network AV Receiver, for example. This one device allows you to not only tie your system together in a seamless, neat package, it also lets you mix and match up to seven channels of sound into zones or, if you just want to drive a pair of front-speakers, you have the ability to blast away.

The Yamaha offers seven audio outputs that run cleanly with no distortion at up to 90 watts and can be pushed to over 107 watts at 0.09 percent THD. This means simply that you have over 700 watts of sound output at your disposal for your HDTV, as the Yamaha is 1080p or high-definition ready.

Indeed, you can mix and match the speakers so that you can use the HDMI output, tied to the standard RCA-style audio output for full six-in-one HDMI audio so that you can watch either streaming 3D source material or you can hook up your blu-ray player to deliver fine performance as the colors are bright and contrast gives you high-white content as well as fine shades of dark.

Even more to the point, though, is the fact that the Yamaha offers you the ability not only interface your iPod or iPhone directly, while charging them, but if you have the right app installed you can stream audio source materials such as Pandora or Rhapsody or even Naptster.

The Yamaha is DLNA-certified so it can handle just about any situation you can throw at it.

For example, using Yamaha’s Cinema DSP Adaptive mode you gain a total immersion in whatever source material you choose. The Yamaha even comes with its own microphone and display as well as adaptive wizard with which you can monitor and change things on the fly.

Indeed, since you actually have access to the Pandora sound network, you can use the Yamaha and WiFi capability to send the sound to any devices to which your router may be hooked. It is a nice feature and one that let’s you hear NPR if you like that sort of broadcasting or the latest rock. It’s all up to you.

The key to the Yamaha receiver is its flexibility and its many inputs and outputs. A full remote lets you mix and match things with the YPAO Wizard on the fly while you enjoy the full benefits of your home net entertainment network, at last.

From 3D and satellite radio compatibility to Deep Color support from 30 to 36 percent and x.v. Color at 24 Hz. you have a system that does everything you can want and more. You just have to remember that in order to make all of the parts of your home entertainment system work correctly, the receiver should be the starting point, not the ending point. If you set up your home entertainment system with this philosophy in mind, you should not have any problems in the future and that if you want to extend it, you can easily do so as well.

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Roberto Sedycias works as an IT consultant for ecommBR

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