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In 2010, Yamaha introduced the Aventage line of A/V receivers. Similar in some respects to Pioneer’s Elite brand or Sony’s ES series, the Aventage models are meant to be distinguished from the company’s standard receivers by way of superior build quality, advanced components and high-end sound.Yamaha’s first flagship receiver under the Aventage brand was the RX-A3000, which was the first Yamaha receiver to adequately uphold the high standard that was set two years earlier by the now almost legendary RX-Z7. The A3000 offered similarly robust build quality and power as the Z7, but added an additional HDMI output and HQV Vida video processing; plus it came in for about $800 less. My, how times do change.The $1900, 150 watt per channel RX-A3010 is the A3000’s replacement and even though there isn’t much to discuss in the way of changes over the prior year, this is our first time getting our hands on the Aventage bad-boy, so we’re going to dig into the A3010 and share our view on what it’s all about.In terms of size and weight, the RX-A3010 is one monster of a receiver. We highly recommend closely following safe lifting practices both before and after de-boxing this 40 lb., 17-1/8 x 7-1/2 x 18-3/8-inch behemoth.
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