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Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black)

Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black)
Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black)


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
Category : Home Theater Systems

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Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black)


Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black)

Yamaha’s YHT-590BL home theater system is a 100W 5-channel receiver with 8 DSP programs for a rich surround sound experience, and 4 SCENE buttons to quickly switch between audio sources and listening profiles. The reciever is capable of delivering large amounts of reserve power for accurate reproduction of the high-energy peaks that are especially prevalent in digital audio sources. The system includes dual HDMI inputs and one output supporting 720p, 1080i, and 1080p formats.

  • 5-channel 500W powerful surround sound (100W x 5)
  • 1080p-compatible HDMI 13
  • XM and Sirius Satellite Radio ready
  • iPod and Bluetooth compatibility
  • 5 speakers and a 100W subwoofer

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  1. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great HT system, August 4, 2008
    By 
    H. Switalski “Hubo” (Bakersfield, CA) –
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    This review is from: Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black) (Electronics)

    I wanted a nice sound system to compliment my Sony 40-inch LCD screen. Originally I purchased Onkyo 3100, however, it did not have any HDMI connections and it would cause the video to stutter on programs in HD. I wanted the Onkyo 5100 but the speakers were simply enormous. I decided to go with Yamaha YHT-590 because of the receiver and the slim looking speakers. The installation took about 45 minutes as I had to cut and splice the thin looking wire (18 gauge). Once plugged in everything sounded excellent. Cannon fire in Master and Commander and the Pirates of the Caribbean was thundering and simply mind blowing. Depth charges in Das Boot…well you have to hear it to really appreciate it. :-) .

    One of the previous reviewers stated that the center speaker had to be turned down to hear the dialogue and such. Setup options in the receiver allow for numerous tweaks and options which you’ll want to play with as the size of your room and the room acoustics will differ from user to user. I have an odd living room with the kitchen right next to it. I had to manually adjust the distance from the speakers to our sitting position to fully optimize the sound. There are also options that will allow you to adjust audio volume from source to source….Again, to fully enjoy any HT system you’ll have to spend an hour or so to make sure its configured properly. Also, of note is that I wanted to upgrade the cheap looking wire and I purchased Monster XP which is a 14 gauge thick wire. It did not make any difference in sound whatsoever….Overall, very pleased with this system, looks great and it sounds even better. Highly recommended.

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  2. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sounds fantastic…and looks good doing it., August 16, 2008
    By 
    Prakash Surendra (Cary, NC USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black) (Electronics)

    I decided to go with the Yamaha 590bl after several weeks of research on Yamaha and Onkyo HTIBs in the 300 to 600 price range. I was a little apprehensive as there weren’t too many reviews to be found on this particular model, but seeing and hearing it at one of the local electronic stores convinced me.

    I received the system yesterday, and spent a few hours wiring and setting it up to suit our den – there are quite a few setup options and you can tailor it to perfectly match the room and your listening taste – the customization is really neat once you figure it out. I have it connected to a 46″ Sony LCD and a JVC progressive scan DVD player through the component video and digital coaxial hookups, and plan on using the optical inputs for connecting the HD DVR to the Yamaha. Took a while to do all this, but once everything was up and running, boy was I amazed. I’ve already watched the battle scenes in Gladiator and Saving Private Ryan multiple times and still can’t get over how awesome this thing sounds. Perfect highs and lows with none of the hiss you hear in some low-end systems, bass deep enough to thump the floor and rattle a few things around the house, I feel like I have my own little IMAX setup here. CD playback through the DVD player is pretty impressive as well and I plan on getting the IPod dock for it.

    All in all, I am very impressed with the the Yamaha 590 BL and would definitely recommend it. Love it!!!

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Looks and works great; useability needs work, February 24, 2009
    By 
    Dan Alwood “null terminator” (San Antonio, TX United States) –
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    This review is from: Yamaha YHT-590BL Home Theater in a Box (Black) (Electronics)

    Looks more expensive than it is. 600 watts in my large living room is plenty powerful. Essentially, Yamaha just took existing off-the-shelf components (receiver, woofer, and speakers) and packaged them as an HTIB. Even though it’s all in one, big box, everything has it’s own separate documentation.

    Documentation is written by engineers, for engineers. Plan to spend plenty of time studying and trying things (unless, of course, you’re an A/V engineer). Remote control layout isn’t great; lots of real estate allocated to rarely-used, single-function buttons, and the functions you want to use most are on the smallest, multi-purpose buttons. Lastly, universal remote support is very sparse; I never could get any of my other remotes programmed to turn the receiver on/off. The best I could do was program my cable’s remote to adjust the receiver’s volume, which is what you do most of the time anyway.

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