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Anyone heard of Yamaha HTR-5240?

Old 03-25-00, 08:05 PM
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I found it at ecost, which I couldn't find at yamaha's website
Here's the spec:
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5 Channel Amplification
70 watts min RMS output per channel x5, 8 ohms, from 20-20lHz, 3.04% THS
85 watts x5, 8 ohms, 1kHz, 0.04% THD
Built-in Dolby Digital & dts decoding with Tri-Field Cinema DSP Processing utilizing the Yamaha YSS-918 ASIC chip
14 Yamaha exclusive DSP music/movie theater modes
DTS, DTS Enhanced, 70mm dts Movie Theater, Dolby ProLogic, Dolby ProLogic Enhanced,
Mono Movie, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Enhanced, Digital Movie Theater, 70mm Movie
Theater, TV Sports, Concert Video, Concert Hall, Rock Concert, Disco.
New Universal type remote control
6 Channel discrete inputs for external decoder
Speaker A/B switching
High/Low speaker impedance switch
2 Digital inputs with 2 optical / 1 coaxial input
4 Audio Video (2 with S-Video), 4 Audio inputs
Front panel A/V input
Advanced Bass Management
All discrete transistor amplifier design
40 station random access preset tuning
Subwoofer output with 90 Hz Low Pass Filter
Sleep Timer
Product Dimensions (WxHxD) 17 1/8" x 6" x 15 3/8
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Seems there is a typo:
70 watts min RMS output per channel x5, 8 ohms, from 20-20lHz, 3.04% THS
should be:
70 watts min RMS output per channel x5, 8 ohms, from 20-20kHz, 0.04% THD
Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.
Btw, i already sent a msg to yamaha's customer support. I will post the reply when available.

[This message has been edited by Neutron (edited March 25, 2000).]
Old 03-27-00, 04:04 PM
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It is the replacement of the HTR-5140. The HTR-5240 has 70 watts per
ch. x 5 and 14 DSP Modes, built in DTS/DolbyDIG decoding. Very similar to
the HTR-5150 except for no S-Video
Old 03-27-00, 07:02 PM
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At ecost, it's just sold at $251. And based on the spec they posted, the receiver do have s-video in. Is ecost often mis-label their products?

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