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Integra Drops CI-Ready DTM-7.4 Network Stereo Receiver with Built-In Streaming

Integra has just introduced its new DTM-7.4 Network Stereo Receiver to its advanced electronics lineup of custom integration products.

According to Integra, its new network stereo receiver delivers audiophile-grade sound, modern connectivity, high-res streaming, and built-in voice assistants such as Google Assistant and Apple Siri.

The popular home AV company states the DTM-7.4 is designed and built with meticulous attention to detail with the custom installation professionals in mind. The network stereo receiver features an amplifier rated to produce 110-watts per channel and it provides professional integrators with installer-friendly features such as web setup, IP control, RS-232, IR in/out and remote control and diagnostics.

DTM-7.4 Network Stereo Receiver Ready for Smart Home Integration

Helping dealers to integrate the DTM-7.4 into modern home environments with more than just a choice of control protocols, the network stereo receiver provides system options such as Roon Ready capabilities, and connectivity options such as four HDMI inputs and a single output that all support 8K video. Integra emphasizes the unit’s HDMI inputs provide up to 40Gbps of throughput, audio return channel (ARC) connectivity, and the company notes the receiver can be used by integrators to address zones that do not require surround channels.

Building upon the control capabilities the receiver provides, Integra says that its latest product offers a full suite of built-in CI integration software tools and compatibility with Control4 SDDP, Crestron, Josh.ai, Savant (and others), and through these array of control and integration technologies, Integra emphasizes that it engineered the DTM-7.4 to seamlessly integrate into any home entertainment environment.

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Internally, the DTM-7.4 utilizes an AKM Premium 768 kHz/32-bit, two-Channel DAC and Class G Amplifier to support the playback of digital high-resolution audio and traditional analog audio content

Some of the other options the Integra network stereo receiver provides include three analog inputs, three digital audio inputs (two optical and one coaxial), and dual-band 5 GHz / 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi Certified Wireless LAN capabilities. Additionally, the DTM-7.4 incorporates gold-plated RCA terminals, proprietary discrete op amp circuits, and an isolated phono preamp with moving magnet (MM) and moving coil (MC) options that Integra says, preserves integrity of phono signals.

Moreover, the new Integra home entertainment solution provides a choice of traditional source and streaming source options with a built-in AM/FM tuner, and access to streaming services that include TIDAL and Deezer.

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