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Monday, May 26, 2014

Integra's Latest Receivers Support HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2

The DTR-40.6 has three-stage inverted Darlington Circuitry across all channels, as well as the ability to drive 4-ohm loads.

Hot on the heels of Denon's announcement that the company would add HDMI 2.0 to a few of its new receivers, Integra says it will add the same feature to the newly announced DTR-30.6 and DTR-40.6. Both receivers are expected to be available any day now.

What makes these worth waiting for is that HDMI 2.0, which is the latest version of the spec. It's also the one that makes this receiver compatible with 4K/60Hz video, thanks to a 4K pass-through feature or upscaling through Marvel's QDEO processor. Besides all of that Ultra HD goodness, both AVRs will also have the latest HDCP 2.2 copy protection standard, so that either one can be paired with one of today's multi-room audio and/or home automation systems.

Both the seven-channel DTR-30.6 and the DTR-40.6 boast 95 and 110 watts per channel, respectively. The DTR-30.6 has seven HDMI inputs and two outputs, while the DTR-40.6 adds in HDBaseT connectivity. The latter promises uncompressed full HD multimedia content (including 3D and 2K/4K Ultra HD!) via long-reach wired connectivity up to 328 feet. That magic is made possible with a single CAT5e/6 cable.

The DTR-30.6 also has built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. However, Integra is making the DTR-40.6 even more of a step up, by adding in THX Select2 Plus certification to deliver the best audio possible.

Both the DTR-30.6 and the DTR-40.6 work with several web-based services, so you can stream Spotify, Pandora, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Tune In, and more right to the receiver. Each one also has a phono input and support for legacy digital and analog sources, as well as gapless playback of high-res audio files such as WMA Lossless, FLAC, DSD, Double DSD, ALAC, Dolby True HD 24/96 and 24/192 formats from HD music download services, USB or via local area network (LAN).

Other features include three-stage inverted Darlington circuitry and Wide Range Amplifier Technology (WRAT), ISF calibration capability, AccuEQ room calibration, Mobile High-definition Link (MHL) on the front-panel HDMI port, and InstaPrevue for monitoring multiple program sources through a picture-in-picture-style option. Both models also support Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio tracks for all of your Blu-ray needs, as well as Dolby Pro Logic IIz.

Those of you with a multi-room setup will appreciate that both receivers have Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 pre-outs, with the DTR-40.6 adding in a Zone 3 pre-out, two IR inputs and one output for remote control integration, and three 12-volt triggers. A bi-directional RS-232 port and Ethernet jack also make control from leading home automation systems a possibility.

Integra has priced the DTR-30.6 and DTR-40.6 at $1000 and $1300, respectively.

 The DTR-40.6 features 110 watts per channel, seven HDMI inputs, two HDMI outputs, and HDBaseT connectivity.

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