Yamaha RX-A850 Network AV Receiver

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Yamaha RX-A850 Network AV Receiver

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The RX-A850 is a 7-channel Aventage Network AV Receiver with Dolby Atmos compatibility for genuine 3D surround sound in your own home. Also featuring high resolution audio playback support, 4K Ultra HD full support, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth built in, and audiophile design for detailed audio reproduction.


NOW with Yamaha’s exciting new MusicCast app support.



  • 7-channel powerful surround sound
  • Dolby Atmos support
  • Supports Yamaha’s MusicCast
  • Latest Burr Brown DirectPath DAC
  • 4K video upscaling & 4K60p 4:4:4 Pass through (True 4K)
  • In built Bluetooth & WiFi reciever with Airplay
  • AV Controller App for operation from iOS or Android
  • Internet radio (vTuner) & streaming services (Spotify, Pandora)
  • Multiple inputs including HDMI, Ethernet, Optical, Coax & Analogue (Phono)
  • Advanced surround realism features including YPAO
  • Versatile zone control
  • ECO mode operation

Support For The Newest Surround Sound Format

With Dolby Atmos, sound comes alive from all directions, including overhead. Combine with the RX-A850 to fill the room with multi-dimensional sound to make you feel as if you are right in the middle of the story unfolding on the screen.


Wireless Audio Streaming & High Resolution

Bluetooth support provide the convenience of wireless audio playback, while Wi-Fi built in improves installation flexibility. These two features provide easy access to countless music sources. In addition, compatibility with FLAC/ WAV/ AIFF 192kHz/ 24bit, Apple Lossless and DSD 2.8MH / 5.6MHz formats means that you can easily play high resolution audio from a networked NAS, PC, or USB.


4K Ultra HD Full Support With 4K60p

This amplifier unit completely supports with the latest HDMI standards. It can perform 4K Ultra HD upscaling to boost a lower resolution image and supports 4:4:4 video signal for vibrant and lifelike images, so you can fully enjoy the high definition video quality of 4K.

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