- Power output (Front L/R): 100W/ch at 8 ohms, 20 - 20kHz, 0.08%, 2 channels driven, FTC
- Dynamic power
- 240W (3 ohms, front)
- 210W (4 ohms, front)
- 120W (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: 10Hz - 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
- Headphone output impedance: 330 ohms
- Headphone rated output: 80mV (32 ohms, 1kHz, 10% THD)
- 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: 260W
- Standby power consumption: 0.1W
- No-sound power consumption: 35W
- Network standby power consumption: 2.6W
- Dimensions (W x H x D): 17 1/8" x 5 7/8" x 12 15/16"
- Weight: 18.7 lbs.
What's in the Box
What's in the Box:
- DTM-7 Network Stereo Receiver
Customer Reviews for Integra DTM-7 Network Stereo Receiver
5.0 / 5.0
Extraordinary piece of audio gear!
I'm an older guy these days- in my 60's, and have owned many amps and receivers of various brands and configurations. I chose this Integra receiver because of it's extensive signal input capabilities, despite the fact it is a "simple" two channel affair. Upon my very first listen, I ran into the very same problem another reviewer (on another website) noted regarding how this receiver sounds "cold" and tends to exasperate female voices. As I sat and listened, I also noticed other abnormalities in the music- such as mid & high frequency over extensions and occasional drop-offs. I played a favorite CD track of mine- Carly Simon's Come Upstairs, which over the years has become a standard I use for auditioning audio gear. This song has some very early synthesizer (1980!) in it. The Integra was just throwing ice water all over Carly's voice and the synthesizer passages. It finally hit me that what I was hearing was plain old over processing. I experimented with a few different input connection options, went into the settings menu & switched to the "Direct" signal path mode... & there it was! - probably the most enjoyable presentation I've ever heard of that song! In fact, I got so totally lost in the music that I just sat back & let the entire disc play through twice! So here's my advice to all potential purchasers of this receiver- take the time to really get to know this unit & what it offers. This learning curve is not a failing of the Integra, but rather a side effect of being a highly comprehensive and facilitating receiver. Once you learn how the Integra behaves & functions (it took a dummy like me a couple hours- your time will probably be less!) you'll be rewarded with stunningly accurate & engaging sound that will make your speakers vanish! I hear no signs of harshness now or lack of warmth- in fact, the DTM 7 does an amazing job of balancing Hi-Def digital detail with old fashioned analogue warmth. I've only just scratched the surface of the Integra's network capabilities, but so far I'm equally impressed by the open & 'un-compressed" sound reproduction. Fit & finish, materials, and over all design are all excellent through out. Everything I've explored so far on this unit I've done without referring to the owner's manual or Integra app- it's pretty user friendly! The remote is very useful & well designed. I can't imagine any music lover not appreciating the potential and value of this excellent piece of gear. One final comment- This is my first experience with World Wide Stereo & I couldn't be happier with their courteous & professional service... Thanks Guys! Good luck & happy listening to all who purchase this fine receiver.
March 16, 2019
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I have an NAD 720 BEE and want to upgrade, with a simple receiver, no surround sound or computer stuff. What would you recommend?
The NAD C368 or the Peachtree Audio Nova150 would both be wonderful sounding upgrades.