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Yamaha 7.2ch 4K Dolby Atmos DTS:X Receiver (Refurb)

Yamaha 7.2ch 4K Dolby Atmos DTS:X Receiver (Refurb)

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What is the warranty
30 days, 90 days
i like Yamaha and liked their Audio eq... but my last amp video died in about a year.
any info?
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Just got mine hooked up after purchase on the last drop, and the subwoofer Line out are hosed no sound at all, tried new cables and verified the subwoofer is working. Do I just contact Yamaha directly for support
Alphatr10n
Have you tried to check your settings? using the remote push settings>speaker>configuration> subwoofer> set to ‘yes’
How does this use Adobe atmos it's just 7.2 Atmos receivers are 7.2.2 or 7.2.4 for speakers in the ceiling
RyanDay
7.2 is a generic term. This receiver is Atmos and DTS-X enabled. 7.2 means I has 7 channels (powered) & 2 sub pre-outs. For this it's receiver 7.2 = 5.2.2 in Dolby numbering format. x.x.2 mean means 2 channels either height, ceiling, or Atmos Enabled up firing speakers.
Can it run in just 2.1 till I get more speakers
RyanDay
Yes. Yamaha amps have several modes available depending on your config
RyanDay
Yep
PezJunkie thdhted This also has Bluetooth:
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  • Fully loaded with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirPlay and Spotify Connect" -From the Yamaha site, so you can connect wirelessly.
exact specs etc right here. Decent deal for a 7.2 atmos for the budget oriented buyer.
https://usa.yamaha.com/products/audio_visual/av_receivers_amps/tsr-5830/index.html
So does this connect to wireless speakers, or does it have to be wired in?
thdhted
It has Wi-Fi for AirPlay and/or streaming services, but speakers would have to be wired.
(Or you would need to buy some kind of 3rd party wireless speaker transmitter/receiver.)
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