- Written by Gabe Lowe
- Published on 14 May 2009
There has been a huge boom, over the last few years, in the number of devices for your A/V system that stream or play music. These devices include many things, from gaming consoles like the Xbox 360 to standalone boxes such as Yamaha's own MCX-2000. In the past year, we have been seeing these types of features creep into traditional consumer electronics components, such as Blu-Ray players and A/V Receivers. The Yamaha RX-V3900 is one such component. Yamaha really took a big step forward with this receiver, offering several ways to access your digital music collection. In addition to that, there are a multitude of other outlets for content you can access directly on this receiver, making it almost more of an entertainment hub.
Still, the RX-V3900 is a true home theater receiver at its core, and has plenty of great traditional receiver features as well. With all of these new features packed into the RX-V3900, would Yamaha maintain a high level of quality as well?
- Design: 7.1 Surround Sound Receiver
- Codecs: Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Digital+, Dolby TrueHD, DTS (ES, Neo:6, 96/24), DTS-HD Master Audio, Neural THX (US and Canada models)
- Power Output: 140 Watts RMS x 7
- Four HDMI inputs and Two HDMI Outputs (1.3a compatible
- Ethernet Connection for Local Network
- Built-in Video Processing, Scalable to 1080p
- Dimensions: 7.1" H x 17.1" W x 17.25" D
- Weight: 38.4 Pounds
- MSRP: $1,899.95 USA