Integra Shows Four Networked Receivers  
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Wednesday, 23 September 2009

From entry level up, Integra’s new receivers have a wide variety of features including fairly strong networking capabilities.  All four of the receivers are able to stream from a networked storage device or PC, but can also directly link up to services like Sirius Internet Radio, Rhapsody and Pandora.

On the lower end of the new offerings are the DTR-40.1 and DTR-50.1.  Both feature Select2Plus THX certification and Faroudja upscaling as well as the ability to decode HD audio formats.  They come equipped with Audyssey Dynamic Volume and EQ, and feature PC setup and the option for remote support.  What sets the DTR-50.1 apart – aside from the addition of a USB port and additional HDMI input and output – is an output of 7x135 watts over the 7x100 watts of the DTR-40.1.
At the high end, the DTR-70.1 and DTR-80.1 feature Ultra2Plus certification and HQV-Reon VX upscaling.  The ever popular Dolby Volume has been added to these receivers, but what sets them apart most noticeably is a 9.2 channel output.  The DTR-70.1 features 7 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs and 9x140 watts amplification.  Integra’s DTR-80.1 adds an HDMI input and 5 watts per channel. Prices range from $1,000 for the DTR-40.1 up to $2,800 for the DTR-80.1

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