Dec 20, 2019
AV receivers may be less common with the growth of soundbars, but if you are an audiophile, you know that it’s still impossible to beat a good receiver and a good set of speakers for home audio....Read More
Yamaha RX-A1080 is a 7.2 model, capable of delivering up to 110 W/channel, but its rival, in our Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A1080 vs Yamaha RX-A880 comparison, capable of delivering up to 100 W/channel. Its Bluetooth receiver allows wireless listening from all compatible devices. Yamaha RX-A1080 also supports Ultra HD videos in HDR Dolby Vision format, as well as the BT.2020 color space. The HDMI 2.0 controller is obviously CEC compatible, for control of the amplifier. Also, there is The ARC protocol, for the transmission of sound from the TV is supported.
The Yamaha RX-A880 is compatible with Ultra HD 4K, HDR and Dolby Vision features. Also, it allows wireless listening from a smartphone or a computer via Bluetooth. Meanwhile, both devices are equipped with a new 32-bit / 384 kHz DAC and have compatibility with the Yamaha MusicCast wireless surround speakers. Yamaha MusicCast RX-A880 is delivered with a YPAO R.S.C multi-point calibration microphone, in order to adjust the sound reproduction of the speakers to the characteristics of the listening room. This fully automated process acts on the frequency response, as well as the phase and any acoustic delays.
The Yamaha RX-A880 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Yamaha RX-A880 price