Yamaha RX-A1000 Aventage Receiver Preview
Yamaha has done away with their RX-V designation for a new line of AV receiver products it is dubbing its Aventage line. There are five products, with the new RX-A1000 being located at the middle of the lineup. This new receiver features a new double bottom construction for more rigidity, plus Yamaha has added a fifth foot (which they call the "A.R.T. wedge") to stabilize the center of the receiver as well as a stabilizing bar they call an H-cross frame. Yamaha claims that their physical case modifications are yielding "noticeable sound improvements". Most importantly all five models feature upgraded power supplies and discrete amplification starting at $599.
Yamaha has dropped their RX-V designation for a new line of AV receiver products it is dubbing its Aventage audiophile line. There are five products, and we take a close look at the new RX-A1000.