Dec 13, 2019
Yamaha’s RX-V685 AV Receiver offers a staggering amount of cutting-edge technology, such as Dolby Atmos, Multiroom connectivity, MusicCast and an option to use wireless rear speakers, but also ...Read More
Yamaha V685 has good functionality as another model in this comparison: Dolby Atmos / DTS: X surround decoding with 7- channel amplifier to ensure 5.1.2 configuration; HDMI with full HDR compatibility and video processing, including output resolutions up to 4K. The receiver is equipped with streaming audio services and can be integrated into the AudioCast multiroom ecosystem. These features work well due to the power amplifier (100 W/channel at 8 Ohm) and the modern DAC. But the main disadvantage of this model in Yamaha RX-V685BL vs Denon AVR-X2500H review is the lack of support for zone 2 and several sets of speakers.
The AVR-X2500H supports the modern multi-channel audio decoders, including Dolby Digital Plus Atmos, Dolby Atmos or DTS: X. The amplifier in AVR-X2500H also integrates DSP surround Dolby Surround and DTS Neural: X, capable from stereo programs, of distributing the sound on up to 7 speakers. Video playback also at a high level, the HDMI connection supports 4K video streaming with BT.2020 in the 21: 9 aspect ratio and 3D content. The latest HDCP 2.2 standards and Dolby Vision and Hybrid Log-Gamma pass-through standards for HDR (high dynamic range) are also integrated.
The Denon AVR-X2500H is better receiver in this comparison. Check Denon AVR-X2500H price