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- Power output (Front L/R): 80W/ch at 8 ohms, 20 - 20kHz, 0.08%, 2 channels driven, FTC
- Dynamic power
- 160W (3 ohms, front)
- 125W (4 ohms, front)
- 85W (8 ohms, front)
- Input sensitivity and impedance
- 200mV/47k-ohms (Line/Unbalanced)
- 3.5mV/47 k-ohms (Phono MM)
- THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise): 0.08% (20Hz - 20kHz, half power)
- Rated RCA output level and impedance
- 1V/200mV/2.3k-ohms (Zone Pre/Line Out)
- 1V/470 ohms (subwoofer Pre Out)
- Phono overload: 70mV (MM 1kHz, 1%)
- Frequency response: 5Hz - 100kHz/+1dB, -3dB
- Tone control
- ± 10dB, 90Hz (Bass)
- ± 10dB, 7.5kHz (Treble)
- Signal-to-noise ratio
- 106dB (IHF-A, Line)
- 80dB (IHF-A, Phono)
- Speaker impedance: 4 ohms - 16 ohms
- Signal level
- 1Vp-p/75 ohms: Composite Video
- 1Vp-p/75 ohms: Component Video (Y)
- 0.7Vp-p/75 ohms: Component Video (B/R)
- Tuning frequency range
- FM 87.5MHz - 107.9MHz
- AM 530kHz - 1,710kHz
- FM/AM preset memory: 40 stations
- Power supply: AC 120V~, 60Hz
- Power consumption: 460W
- Standby power consumption: 0.15W
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 17 1/8" x 6 7/8" x 14 13/16"
- Weight: 20.7 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- DRX-2.1 7.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver
Customer Reviews for Integra DRX-2.1 7.2 Channel Network A/V Receiver
5.0 / 5.0
i love it thnxs 4 asking
February 11, 2018
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Good receiver at a fair price.
Frank Z on Apr 11, 2019
Does the 2.1 come with a remote?
Yes, this unit comes with a remote.
Would you upgrade from a dtr 50.3 to a new drx2.1? Im just wondering if the lack of power in the 2.1 will be noticeable.
Sacrificing that much power will impact performance, such as bass response and extension.The DRX-5 would be much closer in performance to your 50.3, thanks to its 130W power output. However, if you are looking to update to the newer technology and features of the DRX line, the important thing to consider what speakers you have and how much power they need to be at their best. An efficient speaker, such as Klipsch (~90dB), would still perform well with the power of the DRX-2.1. More demanding speakers, though, such as electrostats, demand that extra power.