Integra Shipping Slim Network AVR, Object-Based Surround Soundbar Integra is now shipping its latest DSX-3 6.1-Channel Slim Chassis Network AV Receiver and the DLB-5 Network Object-Based Surround Soundbar.RS Staff ⋅ Dec 5, 2016 Integra is now shipping its latest DSX-3 6.1-Channel Slim Chassis Network AV Receiver and the DLB-5 Network Object-Based Surround Soundbar. At three inches in height and weighing only 8.8 pounds, the DSX-3 is designed for those who want 4K Ultra HD performance in a low-profile design. Compatible with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X via a firmware update, the unit boasts a host of wireless connectivity options including FireConnect, AirPlay, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, and can stream online subscription services like TIDAL, Pandora, Spotify, and TuneIn, so owners are never far from their music. At 80 watts per channel at 4 ohms, the DSX-3 incorporates a 384kHz/32-bit Asahi Kasei DAC and offers four 4K 60Hz HDMI terminals that support HDR, 4:4:4, BT.2020, and HDCP 2.2, and provides enhanced picture quality by simultaneously enabling greater detail for both the dark and bright parts of an image. On top of that, the DSX-3 upscales 1080p video to 4K Ultra HD. The DLB-5 is a three-piece system consisting of a passive soundbar, a 50-watt 6.5-inch wireless powered sub, and control unit, which is a variation of the DSX-3 slim-line AVR above. Contemporary and sleek, the DLB-5 is a robust low-profile soundbar system that integrates six speaker drivers including dual center, dual left and right, as well as two up-firing speakers for object-based surround formats DTS:X and Dolby Atmos. The system’s receiver has a mix of wireless capabilities including FireConnect, AirPlay, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, handles the most frequently used internet radio services, and is Integra’s first product to incorporate DTS’ Play-Fi multiroom wireless streaming audio technology via future firmware update. It features four 4K/60Hz HDMI terminals supporting HDCP 2.2, HDR10, and BT.2020 color, and is rated at 50 watts per channel at 4 ohms, 1kHz, 1 percent THD. Both the DSX-3 and DLB-5 include IP control with support for two-way communication with third-party home automation systems.