Audio Features 8.8
Video Features 8.9
Connectivity Features 8.4
|Setting up devices on the MusicCast app is easy||HDR10 will be available via a future firmware update|
|Wireless||Streaming services require a subscription|
|DAC – ESS SABRE ES9007S|
|AV set up guide|
|Voice control compatibility|
|Gaming Dedicated Function – QMS, QFT, ALLM, VRR|
The Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A4A 7.2-Channel MusicCast A/V Receiver is a great choice for those looking to upgrade their home theater system with immersive sound and video. The receiver delivers up to 110W of power per channel at 8 ohms.
It features Dolby Atmos®, Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®, and Apple AirPlay 2, Amazon Alexa compatibility that makes this product stand out from the rest.
Our Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A4A review will help you decide if it’s right for your needs.
You can wirelessly stream music from compatible sources, such as smartphones and tablets, without the need for an additional app or device thanks to its built-in Bluetooth and AirPlay 2 support.
Yamaha Aventage RX-A4A Receiver Features
Here are some of the best features of the Yamaha RX-A4A
Yamaha is the only receiver on this list that uses AI to automatically adjust its sound settings.
The Yamaha AVENTAGE series is geared toward high fidelity audio and video, with HDMI inputs that support HDR. Also, read Yamaha Aventage RX-A2A review.
Another standout feature is an ESS SABRE ES900S Premier Audio DAC, an upgrade from the Yamaha RX-A2020 (which also includes a SABRE DAC).
Some other features include a phono input, AM/FM tuner, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connectivity. It is also compatible with Yamaha MusicCast Wireless Rear Speakers.
Yamaha’s YPAO-R.S.C., a mic input that can be used to control the receiver with voice commands, and Zone Two HDMI support make this another standout A/V receiver on our list.
|Power Supply||AC 120 V, 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||410 W|
|Standby Power||0.4 W|
|Warranty||3 Years (+2 Years extended)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||17.13 x 7.5 x 17.38 inches|
43.51 x 19.05 x 44.15 cm
|Weight (kg, lbs.)||16.19 kg (35.7 lbs.)|
|Power Output (8 Ω, 20-20,000 Hz)||110 W|
|Max Effective Power Output (6 Ω, 1 kiloHertz)||170 W|
|Signal to Noise (S/N) Ratio PHONO||95 deciBel|
|Signal to Noise (S/N) Ratio Audio 2||110 deciBel|
|Input Sensitivity and Impedance (Line)||220 mV/47 kΩ|
|Input Sensitivity and Impedance (Phono MM)||3.7 mV/47 kΩ|
|DSD Sampling Rates via HDMI||2.8 MHz|
|DSD Sampling Rates via USB||2.8 MHz, 5.6 MHz, 11.2 MHz|
|ECO Mode / ECO||✔|
|Dolby Digital Plus||✔|
|DTS-HD High Resolution Audio||✔|
|DTS-HD Master Audio||✔|
|DSD 2-ch to 6-ch||✔|
|HDR 10+||via firmware update|
|PCM 2-ch to 8-ch||✔|
Yamaha has created an excellent AV receiver with the Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A4A. It is a great option for those who want to take their home theater experience to the next level. Features like HDCP and HDR compatibility make this a no-brainer for those who want to future-proof their purchase.
The price of this product makes the Yamaha Aventage Receiver very accessible to anyone looking to buy one without breaking their wallet in half! Check Yamaha RX-V6A review.
We rated this 8.7 out of 10 because we felt like there was too much noise coming from when changing channels on our remote control as well as some other minor issues with button placement but overall, I would recommend buying the Yamaha RX-A4A if you are new or have never owned an audio system before – especially since they offer automatic speaker tuning which will make your life easier while setting up your surround sound speakers around your room.
Yamaha Aventage RX-A4A Frequently Asked Questions
Yamaha’s new receiver is generating a lot of excitement, but we’ve got answers to all your burning questions.
What is the weight of the receiver?
The Yamaha RX-A4A is not heavy weight equipment, weighing at only 16.19 kg or 35.7 pounds! The compact size makes it easy to carry around and lifting a breeze with no crumpled backs after lugging too much gear for hours on the road – all thanks to lightweight design.
What is the size?
You will not have any problems with the space it occupies because of its sleek design that measures 17.13 x 7.5 x 17.38 inches which make for a compatible device that fits into perfect spaces or blends seamlessly with other source devices around it.
Can I stream with my receiver?
The receiver comes with access to streaming music via your smartphone or iPad. You can fire up Pandora and crank the volume without disturbing anyone in a different room, so long as you’re not blasting through walls!
How does the phono input work with Yamaha RX-A4A?
Connecting your turntable to the receiver is easy and speedy. As soon as you plug it in, records on vinyl will fill up every inch of space with their wild tunes. This input option provides a phono connection for those who prefer listening by way of speakers rather than earphones or headphones!
26 thoughts on “Yamaha Aventage RX-A4A Review and Complete Specifications”
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Nice to see that you like the review.
I’m thinking of getting this. It is better when compared to RX-A2A due to higher number of connectivity ports and DAC.
I love the Yamaha Aventage line of receivers. This one will be a great addition to my home theater system.
I’ve seen the RX-A4A in action. It produces great sound with all surround modes enabled without having to crank up the volume so high that you’ll blow your ears out.
I had a chance to check the upcoming RX-A4A during a tech demonstration and I was impressed by this new addition to the RX line. The Yamaha is a well-built, good-looking AV receiver with plenty of inputs for your TV, turntable, or other audio sources.
I am happy to hear that you were impressed by this newer addition of the RX line.
This receiver is amazing. The sound quality is impeccable, it’s got features like wireless streaming from my phone that other receivers on the market don’t have, and it looks great! I’m thinking of preordering one!
The RX-A4A receiver looks promising in its new design, but there are some negatives that need to be discussed. The RX-A3050 and the RX-A2010 received a lot of praise for their build quality in terms of both looks and physical stability. If this is an indication of what we can expect from Yamaha receivers going forward then I am excited about the future.
It is great that Yamaha has stayed true to its roots with its new designs but we know they have some improvements in store for us too.
Looks likes a beast I would enjoy in my home theater. A4A is perfect example of how to make an audio receiver with beautiful aesthetics and high-quality sound. This receiver is worth every penny. I’m very disappointed that I can’t buy this right now with the Prime day sale just coming up in 2 weeks. I’m looking forward to this release.
Indeed, the RX-A4A is a beauty.
I am thinking of getting this one receiver over the Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A2020. I was looking at the specs, and it seems like there is no ESS Sabre ES900S Premier Audio DAC.
The features look impressive on paper, let’s see how it performs.
Yamaha is an amazing company. They certainly know how to make a great product.
I’m waiting for the A4A launch to come out. I’ve been eyeing Yamaha’s Aventage series for a few years now.
The specs are impressive, and Yamaha has a good reputation for making excellent AV receivers, so this one is worth checking out.
I’m not an audiophile but I do enjoy listening to music at home with my family. Yamaha’s Aventage series are top-of-the line products that provide great quality sound.
This particular receiver from Yamaha is a fantastic choice for both audiophile and typical users. I’m thinking to set up a nice home theater system and the A4A is my best option.
The RX-A4A is another gem from Yamaha. The sound is awesome and the feel is sturdy as with majority of the Yamaha products.
Heya, I’m for the first time here. Thanks for providing the detailed overview of the new Yamaha series receiver. It’s very helpful for me to make a decision of my purchase.
Anticipating the launch.
Want to upgrade to the A4A from my 10-year-old Yamaha receiver.
Seems like a good investment for my home theater.
Another gem by Yamaha. Looks like a perfect receiver at a decent price.
Just waiting for the release.
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