Yamaha’s AVENTAGE series network AV receivers offer the latest video capabilities and expanded support for popular music streaming services including TIDAL and Deezer and the latest MusicCast support. The new AV receivers — RX-A670, RX-A770, RX-A870, RX-A1070, RX-A2070 and RX-A3070 — are all engineered for sound. Performance enhancements on these new AV receivers include a range of cutting-edge immersive audio and video features, such as realistic 4K Ultra HD video supporting three different high dynamic range (HDR) video profiles: baseline HDR10, Dolby Vision, and Hybrid LogGamma (HLG). Both Dolby Vision and HLG will support the widest possible contrast ratios and color gamut from forthcoming live HDR broadcast signals, along with supporting Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc and 4K streaming video services. The two latest HDR profiles will be arriving to join the HDR10 standard through a firmware update this fall. All AVENTAGE AV receivers integrate high-performance DSPs supporting a wide range of audio formats including head-turning 3D surround sound from Dolby Atmos and DTS:X soundtracks.
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