Oct 09, 2018
Yamaha RX-V385BL was really an interesting receiver for testing. Why? Because such a powerful media-monster was very promising, so I checked its functions and all the features with the utmost care. V...Read More
If to compare Sony STRDH590 versus Yamaha RX-V385BL both devices left a good impression after the test. The name of the first device speaks for itself. One of the most famous companies created Sony STRDH590 one of the cheapest and very high-quality receivers with only $178 for the basic version for now. For this money, you get almost all the functions of an expensive receiver such as 4K HDR video with Dolby vision feature and built-in Bluetooth which lets you wirelessly stream from other Bluetooth devices and 5.2 ch surround for cinematic sound.
And about Yamaha RX-V385BL, this is just a modernized version of the popular Yamaha RX-V385 which also gives you the best technologies to your home including Dolby vision, 4K Ultra HD, HDR10 and Bluetooth at an affordable price. But the problems of the previous version of Yamaha also moved to Yamaha RX-V385BL such as software sound issues. Sony repeats Devon's error and ignores the popular feature of HDMI conversion and scaling.
If to compare Yamaha RX-V385BL vs Sony STRDH590 in features and performance Yamaha is a little better because of HDMI conversion and scaling feature, 3D pass-through, and X.v.Color mode.
Both devices are easy to
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 but both will look good on wooden furniture.
Sony STR-DH590 is better receiver in this comparison. Check Sony STR-DH590 price