Integra Joins Growing List Of Dolby Atmos Suppliers

Upper Saddle River, N.J. – Here comes another component-audio brand planning to offer component-audio electronics equipped with Dolby Atmos decoding.
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Upper Saddle River, N.J. – Here comes another component-audio brand planning to offer component-audio electronics equipped with Dolby Atmos decoding.

Integra said Atmos decoding will be incorporated in its planned 9.2-channel DTR-60.6 and 11.2-channel DTR-70.6 networked A/V receivers and in its flagship 11-channel DHC-80.6 networked preamp processor. The three new components will ship in the third quarter at prices that weren’t disclosed.

The Gibson brand also plans September availability of a firmware update to add Dolby Atmos on its previously released midrange 7.2-channel network A/V receivers: the DTR-30.6, DTR-40.6 and DTR-50.6. They retail for a suggested $1,000, $1,300 and $1,700, respectively.

Integra joins the Pioneer, Onkyo, Denon and Marantz brands today in announcing Dolby Atmos-equipped home-audio components.

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