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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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for reviews check yamaha 583 receiver. I wish they had sony str-dn1080 here...
I’m thinking of joining this drop but I wanted to make sure it will work with my speakers first. I have a set of Kanto YU6’s and plan on buying the matching Sub8. Does anyone know if they would be compatible with this receiver, specifically in Atmos mode?
xerotyme
The YU6's only accept inputs via RCA connections and optical in. This yamaha receiver only has outputs with wire connections. While speaker wire to RCA connectors exist, I wouldn't risk connecting them since the two devices are powered. So my thinking is that they're not compatible, but someone else might want to give their feedback as well.
marknine
Thank you very much for your time and feedback! I guess I’ll pass for now and keep my fingers crossed that I can find a way to get Atmos working with these speakers. :)
So will this handle 4ohm speakers in the front/center?
Good price but 5.1 more channels than I'm looking for.
Is it 220v ? Doesn’t say anywhere in the specs
Meraswa
Pretty sure they'd make a point of saying that, because if not, everyone IN THE STATES that bought one, would return it!
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
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RyanDay
Yep
RyanDay
I can verify that it can run none if you don't have any.
@PezJunkie @thdhted This also has Bluetooth: "
  • 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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