Integra DHC-80.1 THX Certified AVR

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.

Integra DBS-50.2 THX Certified Blu-ray player

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.

If you are visiting CEDIA Expo this week in “the ATL” (that’s hipster lingo for Atlanta), check out Integra at booth 2046. Tell’em TEX sent you.