Integra, a maker of audio-video components for custom installation, has introduced a range of new home theater receivers and separate AV components that will show at the 2010 CEDIA Expo. This introduction includes a full-line of 3D-Ready HDMI 1.4a interfaces with lossless Dolby True HD and DTS Master Audio sound. They also offer improved audio and video processing, expanded networking and Internet Radio capabilities, ISF video calibration, and more. All of the new receivers, processors, and a Blu-ray player are THX certified.
The new lineup consists of four AV receivers, two AV controllers, and two Blu-ray disc players.
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Headlining these introductions are the DHC-80.2 AV preamp controller and DTR-80.2 and DTR-70.2 AV receivers. All three are 9.2-channel channel systems, THX Ultra2 Plus Certified, and network capable products that also include Audyssey's new MultEQ XT32 room correction technology and Audyssey Sub EQ HT that integrates the sound of dual subwoofers.
Integra is also introducing the DHC-40.2, a mid-priced AV preamp controller, and the DTR 40.2 and DTR-50.2 AV receivers. These are 7.2 channel systems with THX Select 2 Plus certification, network capabilities, and Audyssey MultEQ.
Also debuting at CEDIA are the DBS-50.2 and DBS 30.2 Blu-ray Players. The former is a THX Certified player with 1080p upscaling using a new Marvell Qdeo HD Video processor. Both offer an extensive range of features including video on demand.
All these products are now available from Integra's dealer base of custom installers.
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