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The Yamaha HTR-6060 is a low-to-mid range a/v receiver as part Yamaha's lineup HTR receivers.

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Pros

Budget receiver with HD switching

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Automatic calibration

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Discrete amplifcation

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Awesome sound quality

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Cons

Doesn't support the newer HDMI 1.3 standard

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No upconversion of analog signal to HDMI

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Doesn't support DTS-HD or TrueHD audio decoding

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No OSD over HDMI

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The Yamaha HTR-6060 is a low-to-mid range a/v receiver as part Yamaha's lineup HTR receivers. It is a 7.1 channel receiver with 2 x HDMI inputs, and outputs up to 90 Watts RMS of power per channel. It has similar specs to the Yamaha RX-V661, but drops multizone capabilities. The HTR-6060 is a competitor to the popular, and similarly priced, Onkyo TX-SR605 but differs in two significant ways: 1) it supports only HDMI 1.2a whereas the Onkyo supports the HDMI 1.3 standard, and 2) it does not upconvert its analog S-Video inputs to HDMI.

Features
  • 7.1 channel receiver
  • 90W x 7 RMS output power
  • inputs: 2 x HDMI 1.2a, 2 x Component, 4 x S/PDIF audio, 2 x digital audio, 5 x S-Video/RCA
  • output: 1 x HDMI 1.2a
  • no DTS-HD Master Audio or Dolby TrueHD support
  • price: $500
Audio Support

The HTR-6060 does not decode either Dolby Digital TrueHD or DTS-HDMA high-definition audio sigals, but does support multichannel PCM over HDMI or its analog 5.1 inputs if your source player will do the decoding.

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