Closer Look: Yamaha RX-V567 and RX-V667 Home Theater Receivers Overview by OneCall

Closer Look: Yamaha RX-V567 and RX-V667 Home Theater Receivers Overview by OneCall

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Maximize the potential of your home theater with either the Yamaha RX-V367 or RX-V467 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver. Each receiver comes complete with four HDMI 1.4 3D-capable inputs (though you may need to download a firmware update from Yamaha’s website). Both receivers also have 192 khz and 24-bit digital to analog convertors, which allows for the best sound quality on every channel. The compressed music enhancer on the receivers will take any stored music files from your computer or mp3 player and significantly increase their sound quality. Additionally, there’s a mini-jack on the front of both receivers, allowing you to plug in any mobile music device. The Silent Cinema function allows you to plug in headphones to the receiver and watch TV or a movie without disturbing anyone. The 367 comes in at 100 watts per channel, the 467 at 105 watts per channel. On the 467, you’ll be able to upgrade your 5.1 up to a 7.1! It all comes down to this: if you want a wonderful home theater experience, you can’t go wrong with either the Yamaha RX-V367 or RX-V467 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver!

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  1. jason mayfield
    jason mayfield 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    I have a RX-V367 receiver and last time I switched it to Tuner to listen to the radio there was no sound. I can get static and stuff on AM but nothing on FM. I don't have an antenna plugged into the FM port on the back but it used to work fine when I first got it. I've troubleshooted but can't find the problem. Not sure if I've accidently changed a setting or what. Any help???

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  2. OneCall
    OneCall 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    If it does turn out to be the remote and it needs replaced you can contact Yamaha directly at 714 522 9105 and they should be able to help you get a replacement.

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  3. OneCall
    OneCall 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    @ RXV665User The component video for the Wii only carries video. Where do you have the audio cable (red/white) for the Wii plugged into the receiver? It needs to be plugged into Audio1 or Audio2 on the back of the receiver. The second issue; If you are referring to the Yamaha remote, then when you push the top orange button for power marked RECEIVER then the red light should flash at the top of the remote and the receiver should power on or off. If this does not happen then try new batteries.

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  4. RXV665User
    RXV665User 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    Hi New owner here – I just got this receiver from a friend that had to upgrade his receiver to support his new 3d tv – year later I have it and hooked it up, These are the issues I am hoping to get help with.

    I have 4 devices Wii (component), xbox 360(HDMI),ps3(HDMI) & direc-tv DVR (HDMI)

    Issue 1: I get sound from all inputs except my Wii / I get a display but no audio. ?

    Issue 2: The controller doesn't work or is not programmed ( how do I get the controller to work with the receiver???

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  5. Gustaf Wester
    Gustaf Wester 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    Stop staring into my soul!!

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  6. OneCall
    OneCall 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    @kevystead Neither of these Yamaha receivers have a phono input, but you can easily use a phono preamp to connect a turntable.

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  7. Kevin Sommerville
    Kevin Sommerville 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    Does this have capability to hook up a turntable? or will a turntable preamp be required?

    Thanks

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  8. johnnyponny4
    johnnyponny4 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    One of Yamaha's best mid-level receivers yet. It has HDMI in standby mode, so you can change your inputs when its off, and don't have to have it on guzzling power all the time. Full range 90 Watts x 7. Yamaha made it in response to complaints that their receivers had too many features but with not good enough sound.If it had ethernet input for network it would be perfect. CNET gives it top honors for 2010 in the sound department etc. It's the same as the HTR 6063, minus ToPart which is hype.

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  9. Vadim
    Vadim 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    If the receiver supports 7.2 ( it does ) it is a 7.2 channels receiver not 7.1 . As simple as that.

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  10. OneCall
    OneCall 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    @jurogalay2 Do you like yours? / ¿Te gusta el tuyo

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  11. OneCall
    OneCall 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    @samrulz00 Yes, this unit has subwoofer 1 & 2 outputs and Yamaha specifically states 7.2 on their site, however the owner’s manual only refers to 7.1.

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  12. samiul Islam
    samiul Islam 13 January, 2022, 13:38

    isn't 667 7.2 chnl ?

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