This fall looks incredibly strong for Integra, one of the foremost companies in the custom installation market. Their new lineup, announced yesterday, includes four 3D ready AV receivers, a pair of 3D ready AV controllers and a pair of Blu-ray players.
From the onset, you might not see a difference between Onkyo's two newest receivers, aside from the THX logo present on the higher end HT-RC270. Judging a book by its cover is a valid strategy in this case. There are a few significant differences here, but these receivers have a lot in common.
Sherbourn's new SR-102 receiver is an impressive one. The 7.1 channel receiver is housed in a 4U high rack mountable chassis that's covered in small silver colored buttons. It's not the prettiest receiver around, but the SR-102 isn't about aesthetics though, it's all about power.
Yamaha announced the Aventage line today, which includes five 3D receivers that were completely reworked from the ground up. It's not the next generation of receivers, as Yamaha is quick to point out, but a new take on current products with tweaks here and there.