Ted Turner, Coca Cola and Gladys Knight’s Chicken and Waffles might be legendary here in Atlanta, but Integra is making serious noise with the launch of a new line-up of THX Ultra2 and Select2 Certified home theater receivers and separates at CEDIA Expo 2010.
Now, you might be asking yourself, who is Integra? And why can’t I find them in Best Buy or on Amazon.com? Stop searching. Integra’s high-end AV receivers, preamps and Blu-ray players are designed solely for audiophiles and are sold exclusively through dealers and custom installers.
Headlining Integra’s CEDIA Expo product introductions are the DHC-80.2 AV preamp controller and DTR-80.2 and DTR-70.2 AV receivers. All three are 9.2-channel, THX Ultra2 Plus Certified and network capable systems. They also include THX Loudness Plus and Audyssey’s new MultEQ XT32 premium room correction technology. Integra is also introducing the DHC-40.2, a mid-priced AV preamp controller, and the DTR 40.2 and DTR-50.2 AV receivers—both are THX Select2 Certified. Also debuting at CEDIA Expo is the DBS-50.2 Blu-ray Player, a premium THX Certified Blu-ray player with 1080p up-scaling using a new Marvell Qdeo HD Video processor.