The Yamaha Aventage RX-A 60 series, which was introduced in 2016, was replaced by the RX-A 70 series. New products focus on 4K and HDR content. Each of the six new receivers (RX-A670, RX-A770 , RX-A870, RX-A1070, RX-A2070 and RX-A3070) supports broadcast from a 4K source and three modern HDR formats - HDR10, Dolby Vision and HLG. But here in this Yamaha RX-A770BL review we want to show Yamaha RX-A770 specs.
7.2-channel AVENTAGE AV receiver equipped with the latest features for total immersion. There is a support for Dolby Atmos and DTS: X. Anti-Resonance Technology (A.R.T.) Wedge suppresses vibration reduction. It also features MusicCast system for playing sound in different rooms. It provides powerful 7-channel surround sound 95 W per channel at 8 Ohms, 160 W per channel at 4 Ohms.
Aluminum front panel provides visual and acoustic benefits. It employs a discrete amp configuration and a low jitter PLL circuit, which contribute to its excellent audio performance. Furthermore it supports the wider color gamut of BT.2020 pass-through.
You’ll find a pass-through through HDMI (6 inputs / 1 output) and HDR Video. HDMI input on the front panel, digital USB connection on the front panel for connecting USB devices. RX-A770, supports 4K upscaling and can send a signal to the second zone in the house. This receiver has one more HDMI input than the youngest model, and has a built-in phono stage.
There is Sound Optimization System YPAO R.S.C. (Reflected Sound Control) with measurements at several points and YPAO Volume function for natural sound even at low volume. I really liked detachable power cord for easy installation.