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Integra Replaces Portion Of AVR Line

by Joseph Palenchar, TWICE Integra is replacing the more affordable AV receivers in its 2011 line with four models that bring down the price of networking and iPod-compatible USB ports. The new receivers bring 4K up-scaling of 1080p sources to the lineup for the first time to a suggested $600 from $1,000. The lin
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by Joseph Palenchar, TWICE

Integra is replacing the more affordable AV receivers in its 2011 line with four models that bring down the price of networking and iPod-compatible USB ports.

The new receivers bring 4K up-scaling of 1080p sources to the lineup for the first time to a suggested $600 from $1,000.

The lineup also brings ISF video calibration down to $1,400 from a previous $2,000.

The four models, priced from $600 to $1,400, will likely be followed later this year by models designed to replace Integra's current $2,000 and $2,800 models. All four are currently available through custom installers and systems integrators.

Like before, all four are THX Select2 Plus-certified, feature HDMI 1.4a inputs and outputs with audio return channel, and include Audyssey DSX and Dolby ProLogic IIz post-processing.

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