Thinking of installing a home theater system in your home? Have you made a choice of which sound system to select? A digital market of today offers numerous options of such high end audio devices and most of them have comparable specifications. Let`s look at that is offered by two leading brands, Yamaha and Denon (read another Denon Vs). Let`s draw some user friendly and technical comparison of two products of these brands, Denon AVR – E300 vs. Yamaha RX-V475. Though these two sound systems are generally comparable, some significant differences can help you choose the one right for your home.
Denon AVR-E300 A/V receiver specifications include sound power parameters, which are 175 watts for each of five channels at its maximum, while a Yamaha audio system supports 115 watts for the same 5 channels also at their maximum performance. Nevertheless, how often do you listen to Rammstein, for example? Both systems, however, offer sound volume adjustment as needed when a high wave of sound is coming through your speakers. Equally, both systems offer a surround sound feature, which allows a listener a most realistic effect. Denon AVR – E300 A/V receiver is able to stream sound waves from up to six different positions when Yamaha RX-V475 ability allows similar effect by a 3-dimensional sound. YPAO by Yamaha analyzes your room and adjusts audio parameters accordingly. Both systems support various online applications, such as Android and Sirius radio they also recognize ipod, ipad, and other devices. Both Denon and Yamaha are simple to install and a breeze to use every day.
Denon AVR-E300 Vs Yamaha RX-V475
|Denon AVR-E300||Yamaha RX-V475|
|Key differences||- 5 channel discrete amplification (Maximum power: 175 watts per channel)
- 5 HDMI inputs, including 1 front panel, with 1080P and 3D pass-throughAudyssey Bronze Built-In for perfection in surround sound
- Experience 175 watts x 5 channels. Enjoy Airplay streaming from your iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad||- 5-channel powerful surround sound 115W per Channel (8 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9 % THD, 1 ch driven (80W per Channel (8 ohms, 20 Hz-20 kHz, 0.09 % THD, 2 ch driven
- Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD High Resolution - Burr-Brown 192 kHz/24-bit DACs for all channels|
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After a detailed research of these two high-end audio devices, a difficult and long discussed choice was finally made for the Yamaha RX-V475. While it provides less volume at its maximum power it is able to accomplish a pure sound with absolutely no distortions or vibration of any kind.