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The Yamaha RX-V685 is a 7.2 device capable of delivering 90 W/channel and is compatible with 4K, HDR video. However, if we compare RX-V685BL amplifier`s power versus RX-A780, it should be noted that the first one has higher sound distortion, but lower impedance. The RX-V685BL has a 32-bit/384 kHz DAC. Dolby Digital and Dolby TrueHD multichannel formats are supported. In addition, RX-V685 is compatible with DTS, DTS 24/96 and DTS HD Master Audio formats. The YPAO automatic calibration system is responsible for setting up such rich functionality. The system affects the frequency response, the phase and acoustic delays.
Yamaha RX-A780 ships with Dolby Atmos/DTS: X decoders, and can support 4K/60 Hz video including HLG and Dolby Vision. It develops 95 W/channel under 8 Ohm. The RX-A780 also features Burr-Brown DACs that are able to decode Hi-Res files up to 32 Bits/192 kHz. Both receivers in this Yamaha RX-V685BL vs Yamaha RX-A780 comparison can work in Zone 2 mode. The RX-A780 can be connected to the network in Wi-Fi or Ethernet, and it can be integrated within the MusicCast ecosystem, and access to streaming services (Spotify, Deezer, Qobuz). Also, there are Airplay and Bluetooth.
The Yamaha RX-A780 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Yamaha RX-A780 price