Integra will introduce a new network stereo receiver at CEDIA Expo later this month. The DTM 40.7 Network Stereo Receiver, available now for a suggested retail price of $780, includes a number of power and advanced custom installation features that have become standard in the Integra line of receivers.
Integra highlighted the DTM 40.7’s performance features in a press release this week:
The DTM 40.7 includes hand-selected, audio tuned parts to ensure reference-quality performance, among them an AKM AK4452 384kHz / 32-bit hi-grade DAC; massive high-power transformer; two custom-made 8,200 µF high-current capacitors and a non-phase-shift amp design for realistic sound imaging. 80 watts per channel at 8 ohms / 110 watts per channel at 6 ohms are packed into an anti-vibration oval chassis with an anti-resonant, extruded aluminum front panel.
Other key whole-house features include bi-directional Ethernet, RS232 and programmable 12V triggers, auto-power on and wake up through optical audio sensing, and integration capabilities with third-party sources like AppleTV and Sonos. The receiver also makes it easy to access audio files mastered in high-resolution that are stored on a computer, media server, network-attached storage, or USB thumb drive, Integra explained.
The DTM 40.7 also includes WiFi LAN compatibility, Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay support, and support for popular internet radio and music streaming services. And it includes myriad inputs and outputs—four digital audio inputs (two optical and two coaxial) and six analog audio inputs and two outputs.