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Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A710 7-Channel A/V Receiver - Black

Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A710 7-Channel A/V Receiver - Black
alaScore 84

40 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Receivers & Amplifiers the Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A710 7-Channel A/V Receiver - Black is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 40 reviews)

User Reviews  

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Consumer review by:

My heart and soul

 

Yamaha is definitely the brand to go with when it comes to receivers. Don't let some one talk you into getting a Denon. I did my research and everyone that went from a denon to a yamaha said it was like night and day. I didn't purchase from newegg...

1. Dual Zones (I have some old school box speakers in the garage for zone 2) ; 2. Audio and video processing is excellent ; 3. Can connect to routers and share media with pcs through WMP ; 4. Power out put is high ; Has everything you could possibly...

The media sharing with pcs via windows media player seemed very slow at first. I tried opening wmp on my computer and now it works perfectly and doesn't lag ; I do have 1 big annoyance with this receiver. It will not play mp3 format audio files... I...

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What a unit for the money!!!

 

I use this as a Home Theater and for Classical Music interest. Has some great features! USB for thumb drives and your iPhone\/iPod is great. You can even control these from the remote once hooked to unit...NEAT! App for iPhone\/iPod\/iPad to use as...

Energy Efficient","Great Sound Quality","IPhoneiPodiPad via USB","Quality Circuitry Inside","Quality Construction","Uses USB Thumbdrive

Challange To Setup","Lack Of Printed Manual","Networking Is Fussy Setup

Consumer review by:

Excellent receiver

 

Finally replaced my old HTIB. Have slowly been adding speakers to this receiver: Polk Monitor 40 fronts, Polk OWM3 Satellites and a BIC V1220 sub. Center channel next. New system sounds great and has been glitch free so far.

So far, has performed excellently. So much neater using HDMI and getting rid of all the A/V/Toslink cables. I use it to switch my Blu-Ray, Apple TV and Cable box. No issues. HDMI passthrough works great. 6 total HDMI inputs. Excellent control options...

No native Airplay support. No big deal, I use an Apple TV ; Non-HD menu screens ; Remote control is a mess. I use a Logitech Harmony to control all my components ; No printed manual, but it comes with a PDF manual on CD

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So good I can\'t even believe it

 

This receiver exceeded my expections by so far that it\'s hard to believe. The power and diversity of the internet when accessed directly though a fine quality receiver are simply unbeatable. I didn\'t think such perfect sound was attainable at any...

80000 Stations","Accurate Controls","Energy Efficient","Good Power Output","Good Remote Control","Great Sound Quality","Internet Diversity Power","PERFECT sound

Consumer review by:

So far so good

 

I bought this to replace a pre-HDMI stereo A/V receiver in order to upgrade to surround sound and function as the control center for my master bedroom entertainment center. I hooked it up last evening to a center, L, and R speakers, TV, STB, and...

Works right out of the box, plenty of features, easy to connect, sounds great. Once programmed the Scene buttons make this user friendly for my non-techie spouse

Must choose between HDMI control and standby HDMI pass through. Remote provides somewhat limited control of my Sony TV, Sony Blu-Ray, and Motorola STB. Setting up all of the features to be just the way you want them is anything but straightforward...

Consumer review by:

Excellent Buy

 

This is what it is connected to: Polk Audio RM20 Front, Center, and Surround Speakers Polk Audio PSW125 Black 12" 150-watt Powered Subwoofer Samsung HL-T5089 50" LED 1080P Slim HD DLP TV Samsung BR Player My wife says the TV looks better. It is a 4...

I owned an Onkyo 805 for the past 4 years but it overheated and died. I thought it was necessary for me to own a $1000 AV receiver but when I took an honest look at my needs - 70% Blu-Ray, 25% streaming video and 5% music it would have been a waste of...

The only con is the manual – there isn't one. My suggestion is to put the manual CD in a laptop and have it in front of you when setting up your system

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