Yamaha RX-Z11 11.2 Channels Receiver Receivers

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Product Description

Yamaha's flagship RX-Z11 receiver sets a new benchmark for surround sound receiver performance. It boasts an astonishing 11 channels of amplification, exclusive THX surround modes, and Yamaha's latest digital sound field processing for spectacular surround sound. Plus you get a wide array of entertainment options, including PC networking, HD Radio™ reception, and extensive multi-room audio/video options.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Yamaha_fiend45 a AudioPhile

Date Reviewed: September 4, 2010

Bottom Line:   
Hi everyone,
dropping a review on the Yamaha RX-Z11. This receiver is an absolute killer! The functions and capibilities are endless. This is a MUST have for any yamaha enthusiast. 11 channells of yamaha power,rated 140wpc rms x7@0.04% distortion into 8ohms,50wpc rms x 4@0.04% for an 8ohm loadfor the front and rear presence channels.Let it be known,for those that are unaware of yamaha power ratings-these are very conservative as well! All channels driven,I measured 176wpc rms x 7 and 62wpc rms x 4 without clipping!! Also,as usual with YAMAHA,this amp is more than capable at driving low impedance loads--- Yamaha has outdone themselves yet again with this beast. Got to mention that there are 2 subwoofer outputs and all channels have pre-outs for external amps, just too cool..! 4 audio zone and 2video zone flexibility---or if you prefer,one KILLER single zone set up, better have about 1500 sq.ft min space or you'll never have the need to turn it up past@ -15 db folks!! A&B speakers on the mains..nice.You can run your computer and TV through it and have some great sound from your game systems.Beautiful picture on your tv/monitor also.Just too many goodies to list. Would have gladly paid the $5,500 retail for it,picked mine up from a local Yamaha dealer with an YDS-11 for less than $2,500. This receiver was introduced in 2008,sadly,it has been discontinued------but,I got mine. Don't believe I will EVER need another receiver. My RX-Z11 retired my RX-V1050 that I bought in 1991..that was the flagship back in it's day,and I'm still using it at another location today,with no issues to date.

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Product model year:   2010

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