Yamaha’s HDMI 2.1 AV receivers are now the ultimate TV upgrade for PS5 owners

Late is better than never, right? Yamaha’s latest Aventage and RX-V series AV receiver lines were launched back in 2021 with multiple HDMI 2.1 ports listed on their spec sheets – great news for gamers who were looking for to connect their next-gen PS5 or Xbox Series X consoles to both a speaker-based surround sound system and one the best 4K TVs with features like 4K/120 Hz display.

And while Yamaha’s spec sheets were packed with details about what a gamer could expect from the new receivers when it came to HDMI 2.1-specific features – along with 4K/120 Hz and 8K/60 video pass-through, Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR)  were on the list – there was an asterisk next to each one stating “available via a future firmware update.”

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