Yamaha Aventage RX-A2000 A/V Receiver Specs

Audio Decoding:
DOLBY: TrueHD, Digital 5.1, EX, Pro Logic II/IIx
DTS: DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS, ES, 96/24, Neo: 6
Other: Cinema DSP 3D, other DSP modes
3D: Yes
THX Certification: No
Number of Amp Channels: 7
Rated Power (watts per channel): 130 into 8 ohms, 2 channels driven
Specified Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 100 kHz (+0/–3 dB)
Video Processing: HQV Vida
Auto Setup/Room EQ: YPAO (proprietary)
Dimensions (W x H x D, inches): 17.13 x 7.13 x 16.88
Weight (pounds): 35.3
Price: $1,500

Inputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (8), component video (4), S-video (5), composite video (5)
Audio: Coaxial digital (3), optical digital (4), 7.1-channel analog (1), stereo analog (9), phono (1)
Additional: Ethernet (1), USB (1)
Accessory: iPod dock (1), Sirius (1), FM/HD Radio (1), AM (1), ¼-inch headphone (1)
Outputs: Video: HDMI 1.4a (2), component video (1), S-video (2), composite video (2)
Audio: Optical digital (1), stereo analog (1), 7.2 preamp (1)
Additional: RS-232 (1), 12-volt trigger (2), remote in/out (2)

Company Info
(714) 522-9105

Scarriere's picture

Does the YPAO equalize the subwoofer?

Can I have my cable box via HDMI go through the video processor, while keeping Blu-rays via another HDMI input (duh,haha) go untouched?

Thanks for any reply.

Scott Wilkinson's picture
According to Yamaha, YPAO on the RX-A2000 does equalize the subwoofer. However, the video processing is applied globally to all inputs; it cannot be applied independently to individual inputs.
Scarriere's picture

Thank you Scott!
A couple more...
Can I assume that the sub equalization in the receiver be equal or close to the PBK on a Paradigm SUB 10?
On the RX-A2010, should I leave video processing to my Sony 55HX701?

I know you're busy and I appreciate any info you provide.

Scott Wilkinson's picture
I don't know if the AVR's sub EQ is as good as PBK, but I would guess not, since Paradigm is a speaker specialist. The only way to know for sure is to try them both and see which one you prefer.

Likewise with the video processing. Watch some standard-def and 1080i content with the AVR's processing on and off (in the latter case, the TV will do the processing) and see which one looks better.