Satisfying the demand in the home is the popular custom installation brand Integra. At the upcoming 2015 CEDIA Expo, the company will introduce its new DTM-40.7 Network Stereo receiver in booth number 5019.
The DTM-40.7 incorporates hand-selected parts, including an AKM AK4452 384kHz/32-bit DAC, along with a high-power transformer, two custom-made 8,200uf high-current capacitors, and non-phase shift amp design that reside in the anti-vibration oval chassis bolstered by an anti-resonsant extruded aluminum front panel. Integra rates the power section to deliver 80 watts into 8 ohm and 110 watts into 6 ohms. Some of its connectivity and control options include bi-directional Ethernet, RS-232 and programmable 12-volt triggers.
The DTM-40.7 also incorporates auto power on/wake up via optical audio sensing, zone 2 options that include pre/line out, zone 2 DAC for Apple AirPlay, NET and USB sources, a zone 2 subwoofer out, and independent bass treble and balance controls.
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