Wednesday, 07 September 2005
With CEDIA right around the corner several companies are getting ready
to launch their newest products. Integra for one is introducing four
new XM-ready home theater receivers. The DTR-7.6 with 105 watts x 7
channels and the DTR-6.6 with 100 watts x 7 channels are both THX
Select2 certified. The DTR-5.6 outputs 90 watts x 7 channels with the
DTR-4.6 doing 90 watts x 5 channels. All models incorporate Integra’s
Wide Range Amplifier Technology that has a broad frequency range from 5
Hz to 100 kHz.
Electronics is now shipping its new AVR-4806 multi-zone audio/video
receiver that incorporates XM Satellite Radio’s new Connect-and-Play
technology. Connect-and-Play technology lets users add XM Satellite
Radio functionality with the addition of an optional Connect-and-Play
XM Satellite Radio antenna.
Having ransacked the Periodic Table of Elements for cool-sounding
silvery metals, Bob Carver settled on Light Titanium for Sunfire’s
Ultimate Receiver II, Theater Grand IV processor and full line of
stereo and multi-channel power amplifiers’ new alternative finish.
is proud to introduce the new RV-8 Receiver, an eight-channel
audio/video control center with independent zone monitoring that
provides control of audio and video source selection in three zones.
According to Lexicon, this receiver is optimized to serve as a
cornerstone of a home theater experience in an integrated package.
Wednesday, 09 February 2005
and Integra Research have launched web-based build-to-order product
configuration tools that let consumers select among a variety of audio
and video modules to custom design the Integra DTR-10.5 A/V receiver or
Integra Research RDC-7.1 A/V controller. Both products have nine card
slots that address a variety of audio/video processing and
interconnection capabilities and choices. Each customized receiver or
preamp is assembled and tested at the company's facility before it is
shipped to the dealer.