Yamaha’s Aventage receiver was introduced in the back of 2010 and become more popular in all AV receivers. Yesterday, the company announced to revised the prices of all products lined up with the Aventage receiver.

The company also introduces almost six new products with the RX-A 70 series of Aventage receivers. According to the digital trends report, the company introduces RX-A670, RX-A770, RX-A870, RX-A1070, RX-A2070 and RX-A3070 series lined with the video hardware. All the latest series allows receiving 4K Ultra HD image with HDR to your TV.

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All of the above receivers support the codecs HDR10 and Dolby Vision that allows receiving the 4K Ultra HD images. The codecs HDR10 and Dolby Vision are also known as Hybrid Log-Gamma format. Through the codes and the format, the users can receive all HDR content. In the near future and from now your 4K HDR TV will allow you to enjoy more contents.

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A670 is one of all receivers of Yamaha that is more affordable and have the Dolby Atmos and DTS X support which allows you to enjoy the audio as you want in your home.

The musiCast multiroom audio system is present in all types of the Yamaha audio receivers, that allows you to listen to the music in all rooms by using a switch or throughout the home by unison.

The pricing, power, and availability of all six new receivers are listed below:

Receiver Model Power (per channel) Pricing Availability
RX-A670 80 watts $600 May 2017
RX-A770 90 watts $700 May 2017
RX-A870 100 watts $1,000 June 2017
RX-1070 110 watts $1,300 June 2017
RX-2070 140 watts $1,700 June 2017
RX-A3070 150 watts $2,200 June 2017
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