Yamaha RX-V583 review

https://www.whathifi.com/yamaha/rx-v583/reviewThe AV receiver is the audio equivalent of the Swiss army knife. Though it won’t uncork a wine bottle, it can be home to seven channels of amplification, have a hi-res DAC, numerous processing capabilites and will play more streaming services than you can shake your smartphone at.

Enter Yamaha’s latest receiver, the RX-V583. With its fair share of challengers, and the company’s own reputation to uphold, how well does this receiver live up to the task?

Build

The design of the RX-V583 might divide opinion. In contrast to the Denon AVR-X2400H or Sony STR-DN1080, this receiver has dedicated controls on its front panel for your most common sources ( games console, maybe, and network and digital radios).

It’s well built, too – the RX-V583 is solid and sturdy. The volume dial turns slickly, and the chassis feels suitably hefty and rigid.

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