Yamaha has revealed three new receivers for 2010. All are aimed squarely at the lower end of the market, but still manage to include four 3D-ready HDMI 1.4 inputs, Yamaha's YPAO automatic speaker set-up system, and four 'Scene' buttons that allow easy switching between different inputs and saved preferences.
The entry-level RX-V367 is due in May for £200 and offers 100 watts for each of its 5 channels, though it makes do without any HD audio decoding ability.
A little more expensive, the RX-V467 and RX-V567 (pictured) should be with us in June for £300 and £400 respectively. Both come with HD audio decoding in the shape of DTS HD Master Audio and Dolby True HD, as well as Audio Return Channel (ARC) technology, so they can receive audio as well as video from a TV through the same HDMI 1.4 cable.
The RX-V467 is another 5.1 device with 105 watts per channel, while the RX-V567 opens out to 7.1 with 90 watts per channel.
All three will be available in black, silver or titanium finish.