Both models include support for HDCP 2.2, 4K at 60Hz, Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), WCG (Wide Color Gamut), and BT.2020 video pass-through.
The DRX-7 is a 9-channel high-current output receiver, featuring 140W per channel at 8 ohms and 11.2 multi-channel pre-outs. It also features several connection options, including 8 HDMI ports, main out, sub/independent Zone 2, 4K HDBaseT, and dedicated multi-zone processing.
For customers looking for a wireless receiver, the DRX-7 supports DTS Play-Fi, Chromecast built-in, Google Assistant Voice Control, and FlareConnect.
The HDB-RX1 supports the transmission of 4K at 60Hz, 4:4:4 video, HDR10, and Dolby Vision at a full 18GB per second.
According to Integra, integrators may find installation simple, thanks to the product's built-in support for RS-232 and IR Control pass through, POC (Power Over Cable), and IP Control.
Audio and video signals can be transmitted up to 328 feet utilizing cat5e or cat6 cable.
- Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision ready
- DTS:X enabled
- Amp frequency response 5Hz – 100kHz
- HDMI support for BT.2020
- HDBaseT 4K / 60p / 4:4:4 Support
- 11.2 Analog Pre-outs
- Bi-Directional HDBaseT LAN input
- RS-232 input
- 1 IR input and 1 output
- Supports 4k at 60Hz