Yamaha Outs Two New Smart Receivers

  • Now supports Android devices
  • Connects to home network
  • Multiple HDMI ports

Yamaha announces two new members of its ’75 series of smart receivers. The RX-V475 and RX-V575 both have “smart” functionality including app control, network streaming and now Pandora internet radio.

  • Now supports Android devices
  • Connects to home network
  • Multiple HDMI ports

Yamaha announces two new members of its ’75 series of smart receivers. The RX-V475 and RX-V575 both have “smart” functionality including app control, network streaming and now Pandora internet radio.

Moreover, both models support integration with iOS and Android devices either a USB or MHL-capable HDMI connection. Through these connections, iOS and Android users are able to transfer metadata including artist and song information on the receiver’s On Screen Display while also charging the connected device even when the receiver is off.

 

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The two devices also feature high-end audio features including a discrete amplifier configuration and a 192 kHz/24-bit Burr-Brown DACs for superior audio performance. Both models also support for Ultra HD televisions with pass-through of the signal when content eventually becomes available in the new format.

The RX-V475 and RX-V575 are now available with a recommended retail price of $699 and $899 respectively. The RX-V475 is also available with satellite speakers in the YHT-339AU ($849) and YHT-499 ($999) home theatre packages, and with floor-standing front speakers in the YHT-799 ($1399) home theatre packages. The RX-V575 on the other hand is available in the YHT-899AU ($1799) with a full-size speaker package.

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