Integra Puts HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 into New Home Theater Receiver Pair

The new DTR-30.6 and DTR-40.6 should start shipping any day now.

Integra's DTR-40.6 AVR.

Integra is making its newest receiver pair ready for the future — at least the immediate future.

Integra just debuted a pair of new home theater receivers, which will include both the HDMI 2.0 spec and support for HDCP 2.2. The DTR-30.6 and the DTR-40.6 should be available for purchase any day now.

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Having HDMI 2.0 support in each receiver means that both will be compatible with 4K/60Hz video. Each one has a Marvel QDEO processor for upscaling, as well as 4K pass-through features. Both of the seven-channel receivers will also have support for the HDCP 2.2 copy protection standard, making it a good choice for multi-room audio and/or a whole-house home automation system.

The DTR-30.6 promises 95 watts per channel, with the DTR-40.6 bumping that number up to 110. The DTR-30.6 has seven HDMI inputs, two HDMI outputs, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The DTR-40.6 adds in HDBaseT connectivity for uncompressed full HD multimedia content (including 3D and 2K/4K Ultra HD) via long-reach wired connectivity (CAT5e/6) up to 328 feet. The 40.6 model also has THX Select2 Plus certification.

Both models come packing direct access to web-based services, including Spotify, Pandora, SiriusXM Internet Radio and Tune In. Other common 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. Each one can also accommodate your inner-audiophile, with a phono input and support for 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).

As mentioned above, both receivers have the power needed for use in more than one room. Each one has Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 pre-outs, a bi-directional RS-232 port and an Ethernet jack. The DTR-40.6 also has a Zone 3 pre-out, two IR inputs and one output, and three 12-volt triggers.

According to the Integra website, both the DTR-30.6 and the DTR-40.6 will be shipping soon. The company has priced these new models at $1,000 and $1,300, respectively.

An up-close peek at Integra’s DTR-40.6 home theater receiver.

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