Well said @PENG
, Yamaha still hasn't gonna YPAO quite right yet. All though it is better with managing the, Low Frequency.
They have managed to improve upon, YAPO:Low Frequency but still have a long way to go. I have completely disabled YPAO on my RX-A4A. I can remember before Yamaha even had a "New Name" for the newer models that where soon to be released around the pandemic.
Well Andrew aka: @AcuDefTechGuy
and I where texting back and forth on cellphones. He has connections with someone up at Yamaha. @PENG
what I'm about to state is true and fact. It was I who suggested to the Andrew that the new name plate, A4A , A6A and A8A. so he forwarded some of the suggestions he and I were to discussing. Guess what? Yamaha decided to go with. the A4A, A6A, and A8A.
He got a reply from Yamaha who said that they where indeed gonna go with the new name plate of my suggestion awarded him $100,000. @PENG
know what Andrew texted when he discovered he was coming into a windfall? texting back and forth that day, I congratulated him and ask him of what would my cut was. Dude busted out with we'll see!!
what a shark huh?
after all the plugging I've put in here on AH.
I than said well at the very least he could give me a A8A.. He goes at cost plus shipping. Beware PENG, this one of my many reasons I do follow you here and on other forms.
Personally speaking for myself, I hope Denon and Marantz and Onkyo can continue to up their game with reliability, CS, QC, and CS. Gene was spot on his assessment with that RX-A6A of why he couldn't give a recommendation on any of the Yamaha new Advantage line of AVR's.
Just Buy Denon.