DTR-30.7

Integra DTR-30.7

Surround Sound Receiver

Integra announced the new DTR-30.7 surround sound receiver on July 17, 2015.

DTR-30.7 Specifications

  • Price: $1,100 USD

Amplification

  • 7.2-channel surround sound
  • 100 watts per channel @ 8 Ohms
  • Hand-selected audio tuned parts
  • Wide Range Amplification Technology (WRAT)
  • Discrete output stages for all channels
  • PUSH-PULL amplifier design
  • 2 independent power supplies

Processing

  • Dolby Atmos and Dolby Surround
  • dts:X and dts Neural:X
  • Advanced room calibration
  • 384kHz/32-Bit digital-to-analog converter (AKM 4458)

Connectivity

  • HDMI 2.0 4K/60Hz support – 7 inputs and 2 outputs
  • 4K/60Hz, 4:4:4, 18 Gbps support
  • HDCP 2.2 support – 3 inputs and 2 outputs
  • HDMI High Dynamic Range (HDR) support
  • Front panel HDMI
  • Analog video upconversion to HDMI
  • 2 component video inputs
  • 3 composite video inputs
  • Digital audio inputs – 1 coax and 2 optical
  • 7 analog audio inputs
  • Phono input
  • 7.2-channel analog audio pre-outputs

Multizone & Amp Reassignment

  • 2 channels for overhead Dolby Atmos and dts:X
  • Powered zone 2 capability
  • Fixed and variable zone 2 level output
  • Zone 2 digital-to-analog conversion (DAC) – optical, coax, internet, and USB audio inputs

Internet & USB

  • Apple Airplay support
  • Apple Lossless, DSD, TrueHD, WMA, FLAC, WAV, OGG, AAC, LPCM playback
  • DSD 5.6 MHz playback
  • Pandora, SIRIUS/XM, Spotify Connect, Slacker, TuneIn Radio Support
  • Rear USB input
  • Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity
  • PC setup software & remote diagnostics support

Integration Access

  • Bi-directional RS-232 and Ethernet Control Port
  • 3 extra assignable inputs through PC software
  • IR: 2 inputs and 1 output
  • 3 assignable 12V triggers with adjustable delay

Miscellaneous

  • Pre-programmed remote
  • Heavy gauge anti-resonant aluminum faceplate
  • Oversized OFC detachable AC cord
  • IRK-155-3C rack mount kit available
  • 3 year warranty

DTR-30.7 vs. DTR-30.6

This year’s 30-series receiver has many changes compared to last year’s DTR-30.6. Find out what’s the difference between the 30.7 and the 30.6:

Positives

  • More power per channel – 100 watts vs. 95 watts.
  • Newer audio formats – supports dts:X and dts Neural:X.
  • Better room calibration – Advanced vs. AccuEQ.
  • Higher resolution audio – 384kHz/32-Bit vs. 192kHz/24-Bit.
  • Better HDMI color – supports 4K / 60 Hz, 4:4:4, 18 Gbps.
  • More HDCP – 3 inputs & 2 outputs vs. 1 input & 1 output.
  • More component HD inputs – 2 vs. 1.
  • More zone 2 digital-to-analog conversion – supports optical and coax audio in addition to internet and USB audio.
  • Better iPhone, iPad, and iTunes capabilities – supports Apple Airplay wireless music.

Negatives

  • The DTR-30.7 costs $1,100 compared to the DTR-30.6 which cost $1,000.
  • Loses 3-stage Darlington circuitry to remove distortion in the left, center, and right channels.
  • Loses Mobile High Definition Link (MHL) and InstaPrevue support.
  • Loses 1 composite video input – 3 vs. 4.
  • Loses ISF Certified Calibration Controls (ISFccc).
  • Loses 1 coax audio input – 1 vs. 2.

DTR-30.7 Resources

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