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Yamaha RX-A2020 AVENTAGE 9.2 Networking A/V Receiver Review
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The RX-A2020 retails for $1700 and is the 2nd to top-of-the-line receiver in Yamaha’s 2012 Aventage (pronounced Ah-ven-taj) lineup (under the RX-A3020). The Aventage series has consistently impressed us with its build quality, sound quality, and abundant features, so the RX-A2020 has a lot to live up to. This year seems to be the year of 4K, Airplay, and network apps. With all of the potential options on the market, we were excited to see what Yamaha put together for the xx20 line-up. The receiver has 11 speaker connections, 2 independently controlled sub outputs, dual HDMI outputs, 3 powered zones, plenty of inputs, and a plethora of network features. Read on to find out how well all of these features are implemented and how the RX-A2020 stacks up against the competition.
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- Full Network control for all three zones
- Excellent music and movie performance
- Plethora of inputs and outputs, including Zone 2/3 video outputs
- No Pandora or Sirius support
- Navigating all of the features can be confusing