In this Yamaha RX-V779BL review we considered hi-end home theatre receiver with a support HDCP2.2, 4K 50/60 FPS, Cinema DSP, an auto EQ.
Yamaha RX-V779BL can produce up to 95W per channel in stereo mode at 8 ohms or 160W/channel at 4 Ohm of amplification. The video capabilities of the receiver based on the processing of video signals with the second-generation HDMI and HDCP. The RX-V779 can upscale a video to 4K. The receiver based on the modern DACs in all channels (24 bit / 192 kHz) Burr-Brown PCM1789 in the Pure Ground circuit. And therefore RX-V779Bl works well with Hi-Res audio formats with DSD and, Apple Lossless in 96kHz/24bit.
The Yamaha RX-V779 is available in two bodies, the full mate black, and a light tone body. On the front panel, there are controls and a display, like most Yamaha receivers. In the design of this receiver there are some interesting features -output transistors, due to the use of thermistors, work in the optimal mode and have symmetrical amplification which positively affects Yamaha RX-V779BL specs. The audio performance increases due to a combination of a built-in amplifier and a low-jitter PLL circuit. In the design also provided anti-vibration radiators to suppress vibration from transistors and sound pressure.
There are available WiFi and Bluetooth support for streaming music via Spotify and Napster. The MusicCast support allows users to make the RX-V779 as the central point of a home network system. The receiver also supports sound streaming with Airplay or from a home network.
In terms of the tune-up, there is the new setup application which divided into several simple set-up steps with easy to follow graphics. The automatic set-up according to the size of the room and number and type of speakers is carried out using the exclusive YPAO system.