Oct 01, 2018
The price of Yamaha RX-A3070BL is relatively high, that’s why I tested and wrote this Yamaha RX-A3070BL review in order to figure out, whether you should buy this receiver or not. It is a great...Read More
After a testing period, I decided to compare Yamaha RX-A3070BL vs Denon AVRX4400H. These two devices appeared to be completely different. Their distinction starts from operational power consumption, because the Denon’s rate is 710W, and Yamaha’s is almost a half – 380W. In general, these two units deserve attention, but one of them can propose to the user more useful peculiarities.
Yamaha’s mid tones, crispness, and clarity were a little bit better than Denon’s. I really appreciated the AVRX4400H’s Bluetooth because thanks to it even Amazon music sounded great. The RX-A3070BL demonstrated better Wi-Fi connection, which didn’t fail throughout the whole testing period. Built-in clock and sleep timer have turned into real bounces to me due to which the device became more useful.
One of the Denon’s HDMI inputs didn’t work as it has to. Of course, seven other inputs were enough for everyday usage, but such a discovery brought me a little disappointment. Yamaha’s connectors performed its main tasks without a hitch. Due to the thoughtful on-screen instruction, the setting process in both receivers was easy.
I was needed a short Denon AVRX4400H vs Yamaha RX-A3070BL visual comparison, to find out, that AVRX4400H’s display is brighter and clearer. Denon has presented to the user a laconic design and special protection (door) for inputs and outputs. Of course, in both devices connectors on the back side didn’t cover, so the dust may become a real problem in a case of the receiver’s rare use.
The Yamaha RX-A3070BL is better receiver in this comparison. Check Yamaha RX-A3070BL price