AV receiver Yamaha RX-V6A: Cinema DSP 3D mode and future upgrades to HDR 10+ and 8K
The RX series of Yamaha AV receivers has been expanded with the RX-V6A model. This is a 7.2-channel AV receiver that is easy to tune with YPAO’s proprietary automatic room calibration.
The Cinema DSP 3D mode will provide the effect of height in the sound field, adding the spatiality of large halls to the sound. The new product also supports Dolby Atmos, and in future updates there will be a synthesis of virtual upper channels.
The RX-V6A AV receiver received amplifiers with a high signal slew rate. The Music Enhancer function is designed to improve the quality of compressed audio. As for the bitrates of Hi-Res audio, they can reach PCM 32 bits/384 kHz and DSD up to 11.2 MHz (on board — Burr-Brown DAC).
The maximum clarity of the RX-V6A is achieved in Pure Direct mode. The novelty is ready to lead the company’s multi-room system MusicCast, it works with branded wireless rear satellites, and AirPlay 2 support is also promised.
The RX-V6A has seven inputs and one HDMI output. After future updates, they will be able to work with 8K at 60 Hz in video compression mode according to the VESA DSC 1.2 a specification without visual loss. 4K at 120 Hz will be processed both with and without compression.
Also with the updates, the RX-V6A should have support for the HDR 10+ format (Dolby Vision is already available) and work in the modes of variable refresh rate VRR, automatic mode with low delays ALLM, fast media switching QMS and fast frame transfer QFT.
It is claimed that all this will allow you to provide a smooth, without” undermining”, clear and fast image, especially when working with powerful game consoles. The novelty performs upscaling up to 4K resolution. For easy operation with the TV, the eARC function is provided.