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Yamaha Rethinks the AV Receiver, Creates neoHD

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2009 07:42 AM

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Yamaha clumsily calls neoHD a "media connector," which makes it sound like just part of the home-theater equation, rather than a solution to that equation. What neoHD really is is a streamlined AV receiver with more emphasis on "V" than "A."

It's a smallish box with a zillion inputs — 3 HDMI, 2 component, 1 composite, both optical and coax digital audio, and a USB port — and a few choice outputs. Straightaway there's support for media on USB disks, but you can add on an iPod dock or a Bluetooth stereo receiver.

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