While speakers, receivers, and transports come and go, a good amp is virtually forever. With 150 watts of power for nine channels, and outstanding build quality, the Integra DTA-70.1 certainly looks good to us. When you consider that the Integra DTA-70.1 has received THX's Ultra2 rating, its a sure bet there are loyal Integra/Onkyo fans that can't wait to get their hands (and ears) on this 50 lbs beast.
Discuss "Integra DTA-70.1 THX Certified Amplifier First Look" here. Read the article.
SHARP Aquos LC70LE640U
Denon AVR-4311ci, Emotiva IPS-1
APC H15 Power Conditioner
PS3, Wii, XBOX 360 Elite Slim
Dell Inspiron 660 HTPC
Def Tech BP7001SC, CLR3000, BPX, BP10, BP2X
SVS PB13-Ultra on Great Gramma
Explorer 4250 HD cable box
Yamaha RX-V1800 Onkyo M-5140 amp
Xbox 360 Elite, PS3 Slim
Dell Vostro 400 HTPC
Def Tech BP7006, CLR2300, BPX
SVS PC12 Ultra & 20-39PC+ on Subdude HD
Tel me if I'm wrong but these specs look very close to Onkyo's TX-NR5007 right?
Sorry, my message was in reply to eugovector.
Yes I know, i'm refering to the amp specs of the TX-NR5007. I had a look at them and they are very similar other than a slight difference in wattage (150 compared to 145)
Last edited by Kennydee; 04-12-2010 at 06:10 PM.
Balanced inputs and 150 wpc and excellenc SNR and looks nice- This looks like a nice amp!
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Can anyone provide some comparisons on how components and performance are different in this to an emotiva amp? However, I don't know an emotiva that sports 9 channels. But componentwise maybe their is a good comparison...