Integra DTA-70.1 Helena MT
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April 2, 2010 By HE Staff
All the specs after the jump.
Designed to allow the use of height or width channels, the 150-watt per channel amp packs a whopping 1,350 watts total.
The 11.7-amp power supply has a big toroidal transformer behind the aluminum faceplate. Frequency response is a claimed 5 Hz to 100 kHz +/-3dB with a signal to noise ratio of 110 dB.
The DTA-70.1 uses the company's "WRAT" (Wide Range Amplifier Technology) that has "low negative feedback" and "closed ground-loop circuits" for what the company claims is an extended frequency range, low noise, and high dynamics.
There are both RCA and XLR inputs.
The DTA-70.1 is available now.