Nov 20, 2018
A total output power of a Yamaha RX-V385 is 380W, and output impedance per channel reaches the rate of 8 Ohms. These indicators allow the device to work for a long time freely and demonstrate a high ...Read More
If to compare Denon AVRS540BT versus Yamaha RX-V385 both devices are very good as their price. The first receiver from the famous company can support 4K Ultra HD picture quality in HDR and it’s 5 amplifiers (140W per channel) driving amazing power, realistic display and immersive sound across any room.
With a built-in Bluetooth, you can amp up your music from eight different devices, be it a computer or any other smart device and transmit it to a wide range of speaker systems. And the most I liked that you can download the app and use your phone as a remote control. To my experience with Yamaha, this 5.1-Channel AV receiver brings the best technologies to your home including Dolby vision, 4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and Bluetooth at an affordable price. Denon like always has one big issue - no video conversion feature.
You can not use HDMI conversion and scaling. About Yamaha, it needs to improve software because sometimes you may get random echoes and other sound problems.
Both devices have the same features and performance. Both play 4K Ultra HD video and have high-quality basic features that improve the quality of video and audio such as X.v.Color, Deep color, Dolby True HD and Dolby Digital Plus.
Both devices are easy to
I would like to compare the design of Denon AVRS540BT vs Yamaha RX-V385 but both devices have a popular but very standard box form factor, so because of this, I can not say that one of them is more beautiful.
The Denon AVR-X540BT is better receiver in this comparison. Check Denon AVR-X540BT price