Integra's New 9.2 Channel AV Receivers

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Integra is out with a new line of 9.2 AV receivers for the fall selling season. The four new network-capable A/V receivers and two preamplifier/processors include Integra's first 9.2-channel audio systems for the ultimate in home theater sound or expanded multi-room capabilities for custom installers and systems integrators.

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These THX certified systems include Audyssey DSX and Dolby ProLogic IIz soundstage expansion technologies, ISF certified calibration controls, and up to eight HDMI 1.3a inputs for maximum video connectivity. All six models have advanced networking capabilities for streaming content from Pandora, Rhapsody, vTuner, and Sirius Internet Radio services. All these models are compatible with Windows 7 and are certified with DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) version 1.5, ensuring optimal compatibility with other network-enabled equipment throughout the home. Finally, all models but the DTR-40.1 receiver also include USB connectivity, further increasing the streaming audio options from either personal computers or USB-enabled portable devices.

"Ten years ago Integra came to CEDIA with the first AV receivers specifically designed for custom installers and systems integrators," said Keith Haas, Director of Sales. "These professionals needed products that could be easily integrated with home automation systems and multiple zones, while offering their customers home theater performance that was second to none. We committed ourselves to provide such solutions, and each year since we have delivered products tailored to the needs of the channel without compromise. This year, we are continuing down this same path with 9.2 channel enhanced-ambience audio, expanded connectivity, advanced networking, installer audio and video calibration capabilities, and so much more. These are features that have been designed as much by our customers as for our customers...features that make it 'the' brand to own and install."

Integra's top-of-the-line DHC-80.1 preamp/processor and top two DTR-80.1 and DTR-70.1 A/V receivers have 9.2-channel audio capabilities for the expanded soundstage reproduction of the new Audyssey DSX and Dolby ProLogic IIz processor formats. The Dolby system generates two front 'height' channels, while Audyssey's format generates either two front 'height' or 'stereo-wide' channels. Both receivers have nine powerful built-in amplifier sections, with as much as 145 Watts per channel, and the option to bridge two channels, doubling power to the main front speakers.

Read more about Integra's new AV receivers on Page 2.


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