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The Yamaha RX-V365BL is an entry-level model with two HDMI inputs and a $250 price tag.
Around back, you'll also find three component video inputs, three digital audio inputs (two optical, one coaxial), and four composite AV inputs (with no S-Video).
The RX-V465BL steps it up to four HDMI inputs and adds onboard decoding for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
Around back, there are only two component video inputs and the RX-V465BL also lacks an analog multichannel input. The RX-V465BL has a $380 list price.
The RX-V565BL is Yamaha's least expensive 7.1 AV receiver, and also adds an onscreen display and 1,080p upconversion to the feature set.
The back panel is nearly identical to the RX-V465BL. The RX-V565BL has a $480 list price.
The RX-V665BL adds several feature perks, including second-zone audio functionality and XM and Sirius jacks.
The back panel also reveals that the RX-V665BL has 7.1 analog multichannel inputs, and 7.1 preouts. The RX-V665BL has a $550 list price.
The RX-V765BL doesn't have add much in terms of features, but it does have a discrete amp configuration that could produce superior sound quality. We'll have to wait until we get it in for testing to find out.
The back panel is nearly identical to the step-down RX-V665BL's. The RX-V765BL has a $650 list price.