Yamaha RX-V671BL Receiver (7 Channels, 90 W RMS, 0.09% THD, Supports 10 Devices)

Yamaha RX-V671BL Receiver (7 Channels, 90 W RMS, 0.09% THD, Supports 10 Devices)

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The 'V671's Ethernet port is the opening to new worlds of listening options. Open with a salvo of streaming music files from your networked PC. Ignite your broadband with thousands of Internet radio...More

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The 'V671's Ethernet port is the opening to new worlds of listening options. Open with a salvo of streaming music files from your networked PC. Ignite your broadband with thousands of Internet radio stations awaiting your discovery. Then drive it home with a horde of music services just waiting for you like Rhapsody®, PANDORA®, and Napster (registration and subscription may be required). Just think of that little plug on back as a trigger to a barrage of exciting entertainment.

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  • Yamaha RX-V671

    cnet

    has excellent sound quality and six HDMI inputs, including a handy front-panel input. It has a solid collection of built-in streaming-music apps including Pandora, Rhapsody, and Sirius XM. And while the user interface isnt great compared with other home theater components, its one of the best available on AV receivers. THE BAD: Theres no built-in AirPlay support. Also, the similar Onkyo TX-NR609 costs about $100 less, although it doesnt sound quite as good. No Wi-Fi dongle is available, either, although there are plenty of solid workarounds. THE BOTTOM LINE: The Yamaha RX-V671 sounds excellent and supports several high-quality streaming-music services, but it lacks built-in AirPlay support. Read more

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