The current Adventage series in the 60 and not the 50. The 60 series models are scheduled to be replaced by the 70 series toward the back end of this year. Most places have stocks of the 60 series. I'd not expect any to still have stocks of the 50 series which is nearly 2 years old now. Yamaha also tend not to saturate retailers with stock so stocks of the older models are depleted quite quickly when compared to stocks of receivers made by other manufacturers. It is also why the prices of the Yamaha models don't fall as quickly as their competitors because there's less unsold stock for retailers to get rid of when a model is discontinued.I've noticed a number of AV retailers aren't stocking the X50 ranges now. Do they know something already?!
Me too, although what @dante01 mentions above in post #3 is quite specific as to why this might not happen.Yamaha RX-A3050 owner here, I hope the firmware arrives on this model as there is next to no difference in the specification of the RX-A3060 and the RX-A3050.
It is unlikely that an update will actually be released until at least the back end of this year. The update isn't yet available and isn't due any time soon. There's no real rush either because there's not really any Dolby Vision or HLG content to take advantage of it yet. Even the new RXV models that are about to be launched list Dolby Vision and HLG as a feature that will be delivered via a future update rather than listing this an an ability the new receivers will have out of the box.Nuts!
Why do these updates always happen when I'm on the road, away from my amp...
Oh well, somewhere a CXA5100 waits.
EDITDoes this mean that Tidal would be 'native' inside the AVR, controlled via the remote and using the AVR's OSD or that it's another option on the Music Cast app running on your smart device?