The company is equipping its DTM-6 ($550) and DTM-7 ($650) two-channel network receivers with MQA decoding capability, allowing owners of those products to play MQA files stored on a connected USB drive or via network inputs.
Both models are hi-res-capable, support dual-zone audio, and feature wireless streaming via Chromecast (with voice control), Apple AirPlay, and a number of music streaming services, including Pandora, Spotify, and Tidal. The DTM-6 is rated to deliver 2 x 80 watts into 8 ohms, while the DTM-7 ups 8-ohm power to 100 watts per channel.
The idea behind MQA technology, which stands for Master Quality Authenticated, is to package high-resolution master recordings in a standard-resolution file size that can be easily downloaded and streamed.
For more information on the DTM-6 and DTM-7, visit integrahometheater.com.