New Integra Receivers Ready for 3D
Integra's DTR-30.2 and DTR-20.2 A/V receivers offer the latest version of HDMI to pass 3D video signals.
May 14, 2010 by Arlen Schweiger

While we’re still waiting for that trickle of 3D content to turn into a flood, there’s no such shortage on the A/V gear end.

The latest to prep for the home 3D party is Integra, the leading A/V receiver brand used among custom electronics (CE) pros according to statistics from our sister publication’s annual CE Pro 100 survey.

Integra’s DTR-30.2 and DTR-20.2 receivers are THX Select 2 Plus certified for quality imagery and come with HDMI 1.4a ports that allow for 3D video signal passthrough from your Blu-ray player to the display. The HDMI 1.4a spec is also ready for 3D broadcast content of “side-by-side” and “top-and-bottom” formats.

With five rear HDMI inputs and one output, both receivers are capable of handling a slew of sources and simplifying the signal routing to your display. The DTR-30.2 also has one front-panel HDMI input. Faroudja DCDi Cinema processing upscales video to 1080p.

Of course, the HDMI wealth also allows for your Blu-ray’s uncompressed audio formats of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, and the DTR-30.2 brings in the latest Dolby ProLogic IIz processing of “height channels” for further enveloping surround sound in the front.

The 90-watts-per-channel DTR-20.2 and 100-wpc DTR-30.2 are out now with MSRPs of $600 and $800.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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