Hi-Resolution Audio Powerhouse
Integra DTR-60.6 Receiver hear your music library as never before. High-Resolution means studio quality sound recording to extract additional elements, nuances and details far beyond the capabilities of standard CD to virtually put you in the room with your favorite musician. Integra makes it incredibly easy to access and enjoy audio files mastered in high-resolution (up to 192kHz/24-bit) stored on a computer, media server, network-attached storage (NAS) or USB thumb drive with zero loss in audio quality. Virtually every hi-resolution and lossless format is supported- 2.8 or 5.6 MHz DSD, Dolby® TrueHD as well as gapless playback of FLAC, WAV, ALAC and WMA files. Dual 32-bit DSP Engines and premium quality Texas Instruments digital to analog converters ensure effortless high-quality playback and excellent sound quality.
Integra DTR-60.6 Receiver
THX certification of the Integra DTR-60.6 Receiver, provides home consumers with an experience â€œas the director intendedâ€ in the cinema. Â THX spends 40-60 hours testing over 2000 data points ensuring that the DTR-60.6 is capable of meeting rigorous audio and video performance standards for reference level, distortion free playback and includes THX Loudness Plus technology to bring out intricate details at lower listening levels.
Dolby Atmos® transforms your room into an amazing space. Sound comes alive from all directions, including overhead, fully captivating the listener with astonishing clarity, power, richness and depth. People, music, and objects come alive in breathtaking detail and flow in precise choreography all around you- making you feel like you are inside the action.
The dual 32-bit DSP engines and 9 channels of reference level high-current amplification combine to unlock the full Dolby Atmos experience with up to 4 in-ceiling height channels or Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers to augment a 5 channel surround sound setup or a 7 channel surround setup with 2 ceiling or Atmos-enabled speakers- for stunningly detailed sound that comes alive from all directions, including overhead. Additionally, a new Dolby surround upmixer allows for legacy channel-based content that has not been mixed for Dolby Atmos to be expanded to fill the flexible speaker layouts of a Dolby Atmos system.