Integra has introduced three new 7.2-channel network A/V receivers, all of which are Dolby Atmos-enabled and two of which are DTS:X-ready, as well as Ultra HD/4K-ready. Each feature HDMI amd HDCP 2.2 compatibility to pass 4K/60 Hz video.
The DTR-40.7 ($1,400) includes THX Select2 Plus certification, HDBaseT technology, and the ability to connect to compatible entertainment devices in the home via a single CAT5e/6 cable. It features 175 Watts per channel at 6 Ohms and 110 Watts per channel at 8 Ohms, and includes a 384 kHz/32-bit hi-grade AKM 4458 DAC. The DTR-40.7 can take both coax and optical digital audio and send to Zone 2, which Integra said is useful as more source devices lack analog audio outputs.
The DTR-30.7 ($1,100) provides 100 Watts per channel at 8 Ohms and 170 Watts at 6 Ohms, and adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity to the DTR-40.7's connectivity feature set.
The DTR-20.7 ($800) is the one new model that not ready for DTS:X. It delivers 65 Watts per Channel at 8 Ohms and 115 Watts at 6 Ohms, and features six HDMI inputs and one output. Its Advanced Music Optimizer is touted as being able to improve compressed digital audio quality, and it is also said to be able to determine the correct tonal balance of a movie soundtrack.