Integra has announced that the company's new DTM-7 Network Stereo Receiver is now available to custom installers nationwide. Available for $650 (USD) and $850 (CAD), the DTM-7 offers a wealth of next-generation audio options and generous network connectivity.
Custom home installation professionals trust Integra's well-earned reputation as the ideal solution for the whole-house entertainment ecosystem, and the DTM-7 doesn't disappoint. Installation specialists will appreciate the bi-directional RS-232 and Ethernet Control Port, IR input and output, and two programmable 12V triggers (100 mA, 25 mA) with adjustable delay.
Zone 2 options include line-out for playback in another room; Zone 2 DAC for Airplay, NET and USB sources; and speaker A/B drive for installation flexibility.
Quality Is in the Details
Whether we're talking about the AKM AK4438 384-kHz/32-bit high-grade DAC or the gold-plated RCA terminals and anti-resonant aluminum front panel and volume control, the quality and power of the DTM-7 is evident. Hand-selected, audio-tuned parts like a massive high-power transformer, two custom-made high-current capacitors, and a non-phase-shift amp design ensure reference-quality performance.
Powered by 100 watts per channel at 8 ohms, the DTM-7 features four HDMI inputs and one output supporting 4K/60Hz, Dolby Vision, HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), HDR10, WCG (Wide Color Gamut), and BT.2020 pass-through with HDCP 2.2.
Whole Home Audio
The unit features Chromecast built-in, DTS Play-Fi and FireConnect for wireless multi-room audio streaming. It comes with dual band 5-GHz/2.4-GHz Wi-Fi LAN compatibility, Bluetooth version 4.1+LE, Apple AirPlay, and support for Internet radio and music streaming services like Tidal, Pandora, Spotify Connect, Deezer and TuneIn.
The DTM-7 makes it extremely easy to access and enjoy Hi-Res audio files stored on a computer, media server, network-attached storage or USB thumb drive with zero loss in audio quality, including DSD 5.6 MHz and FLAC.
The unit also provides additional inputs and outputs, including three digital audio inputs (two optical/one coaxial) and three analog audio inputs, not including the separate phono input for a turntable.
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