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Yamaha’s AVENTAGE range introduces new technology  - The Audiophile Man
The new Aventage receivers all feature Dolby Atmos and DTS:X object based audio as standard, as well as support for older formats. There’s also Yamaha’s original CinemaDSP processing on board Yamaha developed a new CinemaDSP mode called ‘Enhanced’ targeted at enhancing Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio, “…increasing precision and spatial representation of the sound field,” said the company. The Yamaha multi-channel receivers also support the HDR standard. The new series will receive a firmware update for HLG technology later in 2017. Yamaha’s Scene technology has been around for years, allowing customers to restore their favourite inputs, CinemaDSP modes, initial volumes and other settings within just the push of a button or tap of an app. The Scene technology now included in the Aventage range allows for content to be stored within the Scene presets as well. The new receivers can automatically calibrate your speakers using the patented YPAO technology, now that can be done at 64-bits from the RX-A1070 and above. The RX-A3070 has had an input expansion, now featuring an XLR balanced stereo input. A DAB/DAB+ radio is included on every Aventage AVR from the RX-A670 and above. The DAB/DAB+ radio can be shared to other devices across the home using MusicCast. The new series …