This Yamaha surround sound system has been designed specifically for home theater applications.
The A4A AV Receiver was made to deliver rock-solid, superior sound. With its powerful design this impressive AV receiver will completely transform your home cinema with professional-quality audio and video.
For those without in-ceiling or upward firing speakers in their system, Dolby Atmos with Height Virtualization Technology* simulates the Atmos experience with forward facing-drivers. Configure up to five speakers to replicate the effect of two in-ceiling speakers, or utilize all seven channels to simulate the powerful effect of four overhead speakers.
*This function is available via future update.
All the speakers incorporate Polymer-Injected Mica Diaphragm (PMD) cone woofers with a 1” aluminum dome tweeter, the tweeter utilizes Yamaha’s exclusive waveguide horn for improved imaging.
Plus a subwoofer with Twisted Flare Port, for clear and tight bass that will match a wide range of speakers and interiors.
Classic Yamaha craftsmanship meets cutting-edge design.
Every piece has been carefully crafted to ensure they look and sound perfect in your home.
**Yamaha Japan has released a firmware update for the RX-A4A AV receiver. Once you apply the update you’ll be able to pass a 4K/120 (up to 24Gbps) or a 8K/60 signal (up to 40Gbps) through the AVR. On top of this, there is now support for HDR10+ and more. See bottom of ‘description’ for instructions.**
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Speaker Pack Includes:
1 x Yamaha Aventage RX-A4A AV Receiver
Surround Sound Processing
1 x Pair Yamaha NS-555 Floor Standing Speakers
1 x Yamaha NS-C444 Center Channel Speaker
1 x Pair Yamaha NS-333 Bookshelf Speakers
1 x Yamaha NS-SW200 Subwoofer
Instructions For Firmware Update RX-A4A
If you are running a 4K/120 or 8K/60 capable device with correctly spec’d HDMI cabling and a display that supports the 4K/120+8K/60 formats, you will need to make a change in the AVR settings in order to pass the signal through.
Simply navigate through the AVR menu and select ‘Video/HDMI’.
Then choose ‘HDMI Video Format’.
For the HDMI port(s) that the applicable sources are connected to, ensure the video format is changed to ‘8K Mode’.