INTEGRA DTR-60.5 NETWORK AV RECEIVER DRIVER DETAILS:
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INTEGRA DTR-60.5 NETWORK AV RECEIVER DRIVER
There is an Ethernet port for networking though the DTR There are a reasonable number of component video, digital audio, and other for connecting your legacy gear.
If you want to bi-amp your front speakers you'll find performance increases from the proprietary Digital Processing Crossover Network, which splits the audio signal very precisely into separate high- and low-frequency signals, feeding them to the appropriate speaker drivers. This all but eliminates frequency overlap at the crossover point for a more transparent stereo image.
It almost goes without saying that Integra has released a processor that is the sister of the DTR The only other major difference is that the processor is only 7. Right now, Integra is one of the only manufactures that is offering this Integra DTR-60.5 Network AV Receiver that can send 4k video up to meters over feet without an active solution.
Add to that DTS Neo: X support up to For more information, please visit www. The display hooked up didn't look too great, but that was just because it was on "torch" mode. The picture and sound never showed any signs of a dropped signal.
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Electronics The customer reviews are priceless. Rather, it takes you to a quick list of things the end user may want quick access to: To dig deep into the meat of the setup process, one instead presses the Home button.
That's where you'll find all of the DHC The optional Initial Setup process holds your hand through many of the settings that you'll need to adjust - starting, of course, with the Audyssey MultEQ XT32 calibration. So, after connecting the DHC The setup process was complicated only slightly by the fact that Integra's implementation of Audyssey requires that you set your subwoofer SPL to 75dB before running the calibration, which would be easy enough with one sub, since the DHC However, given that I was using two subwoofers in this case leaving my Sunfire SubRosa Flat Panel Subwoofer out of the equation just to keep the setup from being an outright nightmaredialing in a combined SPL of 75dB meant skipping Audyssey's helpful pre-calibration, playing my own pink noise, and setting each sub to 71dB independently with my trusty SPL meter.
The upside to this Integra DTR-60.5 Network AV Receiver that I didn't have to tweak Audyssey's automatic distance, levels, and crossover settings one iota once the calibration was complete, which was a nice surprise.
With that done, the only thing that remained was to integrate the Integra with my Control4 system, a step that I normally wouldn't delve into too deeply, but in the Integra DTR-60.5 Network AV Receiver of the DHC The processor features support for Control4's Secure Device Discovering Protocol SDDPwhich means that as soon as it's connected to the network, Control4 recognizes the device and requires you to do no more than drag its drivers into place and map out the connections to get everything up and running. Complete automation integration took me, at most, 10 minutes, which is all the more surprising, given how sophisticated the DHC: Integra Receiver DTR Channel Network A/V: Home Audio & Theater. The Integra DTR receiver and DHC Processors are some of the The new DHC channel network A/V preamp processor is.