About the Integra DRX-4.2
Want more from your home theater?
Want more from your home theater?
The Integra DRX-4.2 lets you enjoy stunning 4K picture quality with immersive, three-dimensional surround sound. THX® Certified Select™ certification ensures spot-on, distortion-free reproduction of movie soundtracks with intricately detailed effects, even at lower volume levels.
Custom install flexibility
Break out of the confines of your living room and enjoy music and movies in different rooms. HDBaseT™ technology gives you a reliable way to send 4K Ultra HD video signals to a display in another room up to 328 feet away, using an optional HDMI-over-Ethernet receiver and CAT-6 cable.
Uncompromised sound quality
The DRX-4.2 combines noise-free processing with high-current power for rich, dynamic sound. Its premium 32-bit/384kHz digital-to-analog converter unlocks the potential of any audio format. Integra's specialized Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) filters out noise across the receiver's two front channels for faithful reproduction of the original audio signal.
Plenty of streaming music choices
Connect the DRX-4.2 to your wireless router via Ethernet cable to access built-in support for popular streaming services like Spotify® and Pandora®. Apple® AirPlay® lets you stream from compatible iOS® devices. Use the Integra Control Pro app to control streaming from your Apple, Android™ or Kindle device.
Chromecast built-in and Google Home voice control
Chromecast built-in lets you use your phone, tablet, or computer to stream music to the receiver from over 100 audio apps. With a Google Home voice assistant or the Google Home app, you can use your voice to control playback and connect with other Chromecast built-in devices for wireless music throughout your home.
Works with Sonos
The DRX-4.2 also works great as a component in your Sonos wireless multi-room music system. Just add a Sonos Connect and you can send any music or audio source from the Sonos app to the receiver. It'll even automatically turn on and switch to the correct input when you fire it up in the Sonos app.
DTS Play-Fi for a flexible wireless multi-room music system
DTS Play-Fi gives you the freedom to mix and match Play-Fi devices from different brands. Use the Play-Fi app to queue up songs, play and pause music, and control multiple Play-Fi speakers and components throughout your home.
Receiver must be connected to a router via Ethernet cable to access wireless streaming services.
Customizable speaker connections
The DRX-4.2 has outputs for 11 speakers, allowing for different home theater and wired multi-room music configurations. (Just remember, its nine amplifier channels can't power more than nine speakers at once.) You can use all nine channels in a 5.1.4 or 7.1.2 Dolby Atmos® or DTS:X™ system, or you can go with a more modest surround sound setup and repurpose the extra channels in one of a few ways.
The receiver's "Height 1" speaker outputs can be used to bi-amp your front left and right speakers for more powerful sound. Or you can connect a pair of speakers for stereo sound in another room. If you're happy with 5.2-channel surround sound in your living room, you can have two wired stereo music zones in other rooms.
You can also connect a stereo receiver or amplifier through line-level Zone 2 and Zone 3 connections and use the DRX-4.2 as a preamp, so you can use all nine channels for surround sound in your home theater and still get stereo sound in up to two additional rooms.
Power and Processing:
- 9-channel amplifier
- 100 watts per channel into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at .08% THD, with 2 channels driven
- 35 amps of high instantaneous current capability
- Dolby® and DTS® surround sound decoding
- Dolby Atmos processing for use with in-ceiling or "height" speakers for more enveloping home theater sound
- DTS:X for an immersive, 3-dimensional soundstage
- THX® Certified Select™ for uncompromised home theater sound
- AccuEQ automatic speaker calibration optimizes your system's sound for your room (microphone included)
- AccuReflex technology aligns phase of up-firing "height" speakers with the sound coming directly from your other speakers
Digital and Streaming Music Options:
- streaming requires hardwired connection between the receiver and your home network
- Chromecast built-in for wireless music streaming from compatible devices
- allows voice control through Google Home
- includes support for Pandora®, Spotify®, and TIDAL (subscription required for some services)
- compatible with Sonos Connect — receiver turns on automatically and sets the right input when selected in the app
- DTS Play-Fi lets you stream music and create a multi-room music system with other Play-Fi speakers and components
- Apple® AirPlay® for streaming music from an iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, or computer running iTunes®
- plays high-resolution digital music files via USB storage device or a networked computer
- PCM files up to 24-bit/192kHz resolution; DSD files up to 5.6 MHz
- three-zone/three-source output
- powered stereo audio outputs for 2nd and 3rd rooms
- line-level 2nd- and 3rd-room outputs for use with a separate amplifier or powered speakers
- Zone 2 HDMI output allows you to watch different video content simultaneously on two TVs
Audio Performance Features:
- high-current amplifier design
- 32-bit/384kHz digital-to-analog converter for clear sound from digital sources
- Advanced Music Optimizer function enhances the sound quality of compressed music files
- bi-amp capability with compatible front speakers by reassigning height channels
- VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) minimizes noise across front left and right channels
- HDMI audio/video switching: 7 in, 2 out (includes front-panel input)
- HDCP 2.2 technology ensures compatibility with 4K Ultra HD sources and TVs
- HDR-compatible for extended picture contrast and brightness with compatible 4K TVs and HDR-encoded content
- supports HDR10, Dolby Vision™, and HLG
- 2 component video inputs
- 3 composite video inputs (includes front-panel input)
- digital audio inputs: 2 optical and 1 coaxial
- 7 analog stereo audio inputs (includes front-panel input)
- MM (moving magnet) phono input for connecting a turntable
- 11.2-channel preamp outputs for connection to a separate power amplifier
- rear-panel USB port for audio playback from USB storage devices
- HDBaseT port for multimedia distribution
- Ethernet port for network connection
- outputs for 11 speakers (Front L/R, Center, Surround L/R, Height 1 L/R, Height 2 L/R, Zone 2 L/R)
- receiver can power a maximum of 9 channels at once
- RS-232, IR, and 12-volt trigger connections for use with external controllers
- 1/4" headphone jack
- free Integra Control Pro app lets you use your iOS® or Android™ device as a Wi-Fi remote (receiver must be connected to your network router via Ethernet cable)
- 4K/60p and 3D video pass-through
- HDMI standby pass-through allows access to all HDMI connected devices without having to power on the receiver
- 40 AM/FM presets
- remote control
- detachable power cord
- 17-3/16"W x 6-7/8"H x 15-11/16"D
- weight: 24.7 lbs.
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # DRX4.2
What's in the box:
- 9.2ch AV receiver
- 6' AC power cord
- Remote control (RC-913R)
- 2 "AAA" batteries
- Auto-calibration microphone
- 15" HDMI cable
- FM wire antenna
- AM loop antenna
- Initial Setup Guide
- Important Safety Instructions
- Product Registration/Warranty Information
- Chromecast built-in note
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Features & specs
High Current 9-Channel Configurable Amplifier: The Integra DRX-4.2 AV receiver is equipped with a 9-channel amplifier rated at 100 watts (into 8-ohms, at 20Hz-20kHz, with 0.08%, driving 2 channels) with 35 amps of high instantaneous current capability. The DRX-4.2 combines accurate, noise-free signal processing with high-current power for dynamic speaker control. The result is pure, rich and authentic sound. The 9-channel amplifier can be configured in a variety of ways to match your type of speaker setup.
- For Dolby Atmos & DTS:X:
- 5.1.2ch Bi-Amp: Assigns all nine amplifiers of the receiver to the Main Zone with the front speakers bi-amped. The 5.1.2ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, & Dolby Atmos speakers (Surround Back speakers not available in this mode). In this mode, Zone 2 and Zone 3 must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- 5.1.2ch + Zone 2 or Zone 3: The nine amplifier channels of the receiver are assigned to power a 5.1.2ch speaker system in the Main Zone and stereo speakers in either Zone 2 or Zone 3 (not both). The 5.1.2ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, & Dolby Atmos speakers (Surround Back speaker are not available in this mode).
- 5.1.4Ch: The nine amplifier channels of the receiver are assigned to power a 5.1.4ch speaker system in the Main Zone. The 5.1.2ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, & two sets of Dolby Atmos speakers. In this mode, Zone 2 and Zone 3 must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- 5.1.4Ch + Zone 2: The nine amplifier channels of the receiver are assigned to power a 5.1.4ch speaker system in the Main Zone and a pair of loudspeakers in Zone 2. The 5.1.4ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, & two sets of Dolby Atmos speakers. When Zone 2 speakers are active, the Main Zone's Height 1 speakers are inactive, limiting the Main Zone to 5.1.2ch. Zone 3 must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- 7.1.2Ch: Assigns all nine amplifiers of the receiver to the Main Zone for a 7.1.2ch configure which consists of Front, Center, Surround, Surround Back, and Dolby Atmos speakers. Zone 2 and Zone 3 speakers must be powered by separate amplifiers.
- 7.1.2Ch + Zone 2: In this configuration the receiver's nine channel amplifier powers the Front, Center, Surround, Surround Back, and a pair Dolby Atmos speakers in the Main Zone, while also powering a pair of Zone 2 speakers in another room. When Zone 2 speakers are active, the Main Zone's Height 1 speakers are inactive, limiting the Main Zone to 7.1ch. Zone 3 speakers must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- 7.1.4Ch (requires separate amp): In this configuration the receiver's nine channel amplifier powers the Front, Center, Surround, and two sets of Dolby Atmos speakers in the Main Zone, while the Surround Back speakers of the Main Zone are powered by a separate amplifier. Zone 2 and Zone 3 must be powered by separate amps.
- 7.1.4Ch + Zone 2 (requires separate amp): In this configuration the receiver's nine channel amplifier powers the Front, Center, Surround, and two sets of Dolby Atmos speakers in the Main Zone, while also powering a pair of Zone 2 speakers in another room. The Main Zone's Surround Back speakers are powered by a separate amplifier. When Zone 2 speakers are active, the Main Zone's Height 1 speakers are inactive, limiting the Main Zone to 7.1.2ch. Zone 3 speakers must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- For Dolby Digital & DTS:
- 7.1Ch Bi-Amp: Assigns all nine amplifiers of the receiver to the Main Zone with the front speakers bi-amped. The 7ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, and Surround Back. In this mode, Zone 2 and Zone 3 must be powered by a separate amplifier.
- 7.1Ch + Zone 2 or Zone 3: The nine amplifier channels of the receiver are assigned to power a 7ch speaker system in the Main Zone and stereo speakers in either Zone 2 or Zone 3 (not both). The 7ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, Surround, and Surround Back.
- 5.1Ch Bi-Amp + Zone 2: Assigns seven amplifiers of the receiver to the Main Zone with the front speakers bi-amped and two amplifier channels assigned to Zone 2 to power a pair of speakers in another room. The 5ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, and Surround (Surround Back speaker channels are not available in this mode). This amplifier configuration is not compatible with Dolby Atmos or DTS:X.
- 5.1Ch + Zone 2/3: Assigns five amplifier channels to the main zone for 5ch playback and four amplifiers to Zone 2 and Zone 3 for stereo playback in each zone. The 5ch speaker system consists of Front, Center, and Surround (the receiver's Surround Back and Height amplifier channels are reassigned to power both Zone 2 and Zone 3).
Hand Selected Audio Tuned Parts: Sound quality is the key factor in Integra's design process. The DRX-4.2 utilizes hand-selected parts including discrete output stage circuitry; a customized low-noise, high-performance transformer; audio tuned custom capacitors; gold-plated RCA jacks; and an anti-resonant metal chassis with aluminum front-panel and volume control. These parts are selected for their audiophile quality and acoustically transparent characteristics. The result is lower noise and more accurate frequency response, outstanding signal tracking and linearity, unsurpassed dynamic range, precise channel separation, and sonic accuracy even under the most challenging circumstances.
Advanced Circuitry: The Integra DRX-4.2 incorporates a variety of advanced circuitry to eliminate jitter & distortion for cleaner, clearer sound reproduction.
- Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (Front Channels Only): Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry (VLSC) reassembles the signal in its original form following processing. Unlike conventional filters, VLSC removes pulse noise generated in D/A conversion, allowing the sound wave to be reproduced with extremely high fidelity for a smooth analog signal. The signal's data is converted between sampling points and joined with analog vectors in real time to produce a smooth output wave form. The result is a virtually noiseless, smooth, analog signal that brings out even the most subtle of nuances in music sources.
- PLL Jitter-Cleaning Circuit Technology: PLL (Phase Locked Loop) jitter-cleaning circuit technology reduces jitter by comparing the input and output phases of the digital signal and creating an accurate clock waveform. This enhances the precision of digital signal processing and noticeably improves audio quality. Jitter-cleaning technology works for S/PDIF audio signals only.
32-Bit Architecture: The Integra DRX-4.2 AV receiver utilizes 32-Bit architecture with a 32-Bit DSP Engine and a 384kHz/32-Bit Hi-Grade DAC for exceptional sound quality. The Integra DRX-4.2 employs powerful and highly accurate 32-bit DSP (Digital Signal Processor) engine for better surround sound reproduction. The AV receiver also utilizes one premium-quality AK4458 digital-to-analog converter from Asahi Kasei for all channels. This 384kHz/32-bit DAC implements unique low-distortion filtering technologies for clear sound, and unlocks the full potential of practically any audio format; including compressed, lossless, and hi-res audio (MP3, WMA, AAC, Apple Lossless, FLAC, WAV, DSD, LPCM, and Dolby TrueHD).
AccuEQ Advance Calibration w/ AccuReflex: The DRX-4.2 incorporates AccuEQ Advance calibration technology and comes with an auto calibration microphone. AccuEQ Advance calibration technology reveals the true potential of your speakers by eliminating standing waves from your listening space using multipoint measurements. These acoustic peaks distort the audio image and prevent your loudspeakers from voicing the sound as their designers intended. AccuEQ Advance also utilizes Partial Band Equalization and only corrects frequency response below a certain point, leaving high-order harmonics untouched - so your speakers are free to reproduce the emotion in the recording faithfully and naturally. In addition, AccuEQ Advance includes three memory presets you can use to save your own customized EQ settings, perhaps tailored to suit different content such as movies, music, or games.
- Speaker Measurement: The first-round of AccuEQ Advance measurements set the distance, sound pressure level, and crossover of your speakers. Distance and level calibration ensure all channels are treated equally. Crossover measurement selects the correct point to roll off low-frequency sound to the subwoofer for seamless speaker integration.
- Room Measurements: In the second round of AccuEQ Advance measurements, your room's sonic characteristics are evaluated. Using this information, AccuEQ Advance is able to prevent standing waves from forming by adjusting frequency response. AccuEQ Advance even listens and compensates for the subtlest background noise (such as the hum of an HVAC) to ensure a higher degree of measurement precision.
- AccuReflex Measurements: AccuEQ Advance also incorporates AccuReflex technology to align the phase of up-firing "height" speakers with the sound coming directly from your other speakers. Any delay is resolved so that everything arrives at your ears at the same time. The result is cohesive reproduction of object-based soundtracks.
Note: You can choose to bypass AccuEQ Advance for your front speakers or all speakers, and manually set the distance, crossover, EQ, and level of each speaker.
THX Certified Select: THX Certified Select guarantees the same high-volume sound you experience at a commercial theater in your home. To gain certification, amplifiers must pass the industry's most severe bench-tests covering every aspect of audio performance to satisfy THX requirements. THX spends 40-60 hours testing over 2000 data points ensuring that the receiver is capable of meeting rigorous audio and video performance standards for reference level, distortion-free playback. THX delivers superior sound quality for movie, music, and gaming soundtracks through the use of the following advanced technologies and listening modes.
- ASA (Advanced Speaker Array): ASA is a technology patented by THX to provide a broad surround sound experience by adjusting the side and back surround speaker sounds respectively. When installing the surround back speakers, first select the distance between the two surround back speakers in the THX Audio settings. This setting optimizes the surround sound environment.
- Adaptive Decorrelation: In a movie theater, a large number of surround speakers help create an enveloping surround sound experience. If a home theater only has two sidewall surround speakers, the surround speakers may sound similar to headphones lacking spaciousness and envelopment. Surround sounds will also collapse toward the closet speaker as you move away from the middle seating position. Adaptive Decorrelation slightly changes one surround channel's time and phase relationship with respect to the other surround experience as in a movie theater using only two rear speakers.
- RE-EQ & Timbre Matching: Many movie soundtracks are mixed in studios for playback in large cinema auditoriums with an array of speakers. When played on home systems, they may appear abrasive and edgy. Re-EQ establishes a more accurate tonal balance when enjoying movies in your home. Your ears hear different tonal qualities in sounds coming from different directions. Timbre Matching restores the frequency balance between your front and surround speakers ensuring seamless and smooth panning between the front to back of the room.
- Boundary Gain Compensation (BGC) & THX Loudness Plus: Sitting near a wall may result in distorted bass response. BGC corrects the way low frequency sound is perceived when seated near a wall. This results in a more accurate bass response. THX Loudness Plus is a volume control technology that automatically adjusts the front-to-back speaker level relationship as you turn the volume down. With THX Loudness Plus home theater audiences can now experience surround sound at any volume level.
- Listening Modes: Choose between 4 THX Listening Modes - THX Cinema, THX Game, THX Music, and THX Surround EX. THX Cinema recreates the ambiance of the movie theater by positioning the 5.1, 7.1and immersive mixes to submerse you in the movie's soundtrack. THX Game distributes the sound effects and dialogue generated by the game engine by placing the audio from a 5.1, 7.1 or immersive mix to the appropriate "action" location - creating 360-degree gaming experience. THX Music emulates the original studio environment for the 5.1, 7.1 or immersive mix for an accurate and increased sense of spaciousness and localization - placing you directly in the recording session. THX Surround EX decodes the third surround channel from the traditional two surround channels to create a more immersive entertainment experience.
Note: THX Certified Select is suitable for medium sized rooms, up to 2,000 cubic feet in size, with a 10-12 foot viewing distance from the screen.
Compatible Digital Audio Formats: The DRX-4.2 AV receiver supports the following stereo & multichannel digital audio formats through its HDMI jacks and optical/coax digital inputs.
|Digital Audio Connector||Audio Signal Type||Audio Signal Format|
|HDMI (7 Inputs/2 Outputs)||Bitstream|| Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital |
DTS:X, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution, DTS Express, DTS
|PCM||2ch to 8ch (32-192kHz, 16/20/24-bit)|
|DSD||2ch (2.8MHz, 1-bit)|
|Optical (2 Inputs)/Coaxial (1 Input)||Bitstream||Dolby Digital, DTS, DTS ES, DTS 96/24|
|PCM||2ch to 6ch, (32-96kHz, 16/20/24-bit)|
Immersive Surround Sound: The Integra DRX-4.2 AV receiver goes beyond regular surround with the latest immersive surround sound formats, including Dolby Atmos, & DTS:X. The receiver also supports Dolby Surround & DTS Neural:X that enhances two-channel and multichannel content and decoding formats with immersive surround sound.
- Dolby Atmos: The Integra AV receiver will enhance properly designed systems with Dolby Atmos where sound comes alive from all directions, including overhead, to fill the home theater with astonishing clarity, power, detail and depth. The DRX-4.2 has the processing power to run a more enveloping 7ch, 9ch, or 11ch Dolby Atmos layout using a 5.1.2, 5.1.4, 7.1.2, or 7.1.4* configuration with ceiling mounted, or Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers (sold separately). *A 7.1.4 configuration requires an additional power amplifier to power the Surround Back speakers.
- DTS:X: DTS:X will be enabled through an online firmware update coming later this year. DTS:X is the next generation object-based, multi-dimensional audio technology from DTS. Unbound from channels, DTS:X conveys the fluid movement of sound to create an incredibly rich, realistic and immersive soundscape - in front of, behind, beside and above the audience - more accurately than ever before. DTS:X offers the ability to automatically adapt the audio to the speaker layout that best fits your space.
- Dolby Surround: Dolby Surround offers an enhanced cinema experience to your 2ch or multichannel movie soundtracks using your existing 5.1ch, 7.1ch or Dolby Atmos speaker setup. Dolby Surround enhances audio definition by improving the spatial dimension and overall audio definition of movie soundtracks. It does this by using four distinct surround zones that provide greater control over the exact placement of each detail in a movie sound track, so audio can be matched more accurately to the video on screen; this means more depth and greater realism for your movies. As a result, individual sounds are clearer and more distinct. It also improves the surround sound experience across the entire theater by widening the listening "sweet spot".
- DTS Neural:X: DTS Neural:X will be enabled through an online firmware update coming later this year. DTS:X incorporates Neural:X, the latest spatial remapping technology from DTS, which provides a fully immersive output for all types of source content; this includes DTS bitstreams and non-encoded (PCM) data. Neural:X delivers a thrilling sense of immersive sound to your speaker layout regardless of the original source format.
DSP Listening Modes: DSP Listening Modes, combined with Dolby Digital & DTS processing, produce more realistic, powerful sound effects for your movie and music sound tracks based on the type of content and your home theater setup. You can choose from the following:
- Orchestra: Suitable for classical or operatic music. This mode emphasizes the surround channels in order to widen the sound image, and simulates the natural reverberation of a large hall.
- Studio-Mix: Suitable for rock or pop music. Listening to music in this mode creates a lively sound field with a powerful acoustic image, like being at a club or rock concert.
- TV Logic: Suitable for TV shows produced in a TV studio. This mode enhances the surround effects to the entire sound to give clarity to voices and create a realistic acoustic image.
- Unplugged: Suitable for acoustic instruments, vocals and jazz. This mode emphasizes the front stereo image, giving the impression of being right in front of the stage.
- Multichannel (Multich)/Game: Multichannel mode is suitable for playing sources recorded in multichannel PCM. The preamplifier also offers four different Gaming modes - RPG, Action, Rock, and Sports.
- Stereo/All Channel Stereo (AllCh Stereo): In Stereo mode, sound is output from the front left and right speakers and subwoofer. In All Channel Stereo Mode, stereo sound is output from all speakers - ideal for background music.
- Mono/Full Mono: In Mono mode, when the input signal is analog or PCM, the left and right front speakers output the sound in monaural. In Full Mono mode, all speakers output the same sound in mono, so the sound you hear is the same regardless of where you are within the listening room.
- Theater-Dimensional (T-D): In this mode, you can enjoy a virtual playback of multichannel surround sound even with only two or three speakers. This works by controlling how sounds reach the listener's left and right ears
Direct Mode: In Direct mode, audio from the input source is output without surround-sound processing. This mode delivers pure sound with minimum sound quality adjustment and filtration.
Audio Enhancements: The Integra DRX-4.2 receiver provides various audio enhancements to deliver a high-quality listening experience every time.
- CinemaFilter: The CinemaFilter softens overly bright movie soundtracks. Movie soundtracks are typically mixed for a large theater (relative to your home theater) with lots of soft seats and thick curtains on the walls. Home theater settings often lack these high frequency absorbing wall treatments, making the soundtrack sound too bright. CinemaFilter accounts for this and for many movies sounds more natural at home.
- Music Optimizer: The Music Optimizer function enhances the sound quality of compressed music files. The Music Optimizer function only works with PCM digital audio input signals with a sampling rate below 48kHz and analog input signals.
- Late Night Feature: The Late Night feature limits the dynamic range of Dolby Digital recordings. Limiting the dynamic range makes it easier to find a volume that ensures the quiet sounds are not too quiet and the loud sounds are not too loud for night time listening. This allows you to comfortably listen to without the need to constantly adjust the volume to keep from waking family/neighbors. The choices are: Off, Low, and High. This feature only works with Dolby Digital Encoded software and the depth of the feature will vary based on the individual software package.
Bass Management: The Integra AV receiver offers Tone Control and Double Bass feature to get the most bass impact out of your system. You can independently adjust the Bass (20Hz) and Treble (20kHz) of the receiver's Front L/R channels from -10 to +10 dB. You can also activate the Double Bass function in order to boost bass output even more by feeding bass sounds to the front left/right speakers, center-channel, and powered subwoofer.
Volume & Level Setup: The Integra DRX-4.2 AV receiver provides the following volume & level settings.
- IntelliVolume: With IntelliVolume, you can set the input level for each input (+/-12dB) selector individually. This is useful if one of your source components is louder or quieter than the others. This function does not work in Zone 2 or 3.
- Maximum Volume: Use this feature to set the receiver's maximum volume level for the Main Zone, Zone 2, and Zone d. This feature is useful to avoid turning the volume too loud by mistake. You can set the Max Volume from 50-99 (max), or Off (disabled).
- Power On Volume: Use this feature to set the volume level when the power is turned on in the Mainz Zone, Zone 2, and Zone 3. You can choose between Last (same as the volume when the unit was turned off), Min (0), or 1-99.
- Mute Level: Set the volume lowered from the listening volume when "Mute" is selected. Choose from 0, -40dB, or -20 dB.
- Headphone Level: With this setting, you can specify the headphone volume (+/-12dB) relative to the main volume. This is useful if there's a volume difference between your speakers and your headphones.
Analog Audio Outputs: The Integra DRX-4.2 is outfitted with the following analog audio outputs.
- Binding-Post Speaker Terminals: There are binding-post terminals for all speaker connections - Front, Center, Surround, Surround Back, Height, and Zone 2. The binding post terminals will accept bare-wire, pin-connectors, and banana plugs (single only). Use 4- to 16-ohm speakers.
- 11.2ch Pre-Outs: The Integra DRX-4.2 features 11.2ch pre-outs (Front, Center, Surround, Surround Back, Height 1, Height 2, and Dual Subwoofer) for connection of an external power amplifier or amplifiers. The pre-outs are variable. The dual sub outputs are wired in parallel and share the same input signal (they are not discrete).
- Headphones: When headphones are plugged into the full-size 1/4" jack on the front panel, all the speakers are automatically muted.
Phono Input: The DRX-4.2 has a discrete low-noise phono pre-amp and is outfitted with Phono (MM) input for connection of a turntable with a moving magnet cartridge so you can enjoy listening to your vinyl records. There is also a ground screw terminal.
HDMI 2.0b: The Integra DRX-4.2 has seven HDMI inputs (6 rear/1 front) and two HDMI outputs. Thanks to the latest HDMI 2.0b specification, the receiver can support 4K/60 Hz Ultra-HD video, HDCP 2.2 compatibility, 4:4:4 color sub-sampling, High Dynamic Range (HDR), and BT.2020 Wide Color Gamut. Use a premium high-speed 18Gbps HDMI cable for the best 4K/HDR performance.
- 4K/60Hz + HDCP 2.2: The DRX-4.2 supports up to 4K (3840x2160 pixels) video @ 60 frames per second on all of its HDMI inputs and outputs. It will also pass a 480p, 720p, 1080i, or 1080p video signals via HDMI (not compatible with 480i video signals). The receivers HDMI inputs and HDMI outputs support HDCP 2.2, which fully complies with the latest copyright protection standard for 4K video transmission.
- 4:4:4 Color Subsampling: The receiver's HDMI inputs and HDMI outputs support RGB, YCbCr 4:4:4, YCbCr 4:2:2, and YCbCr 4:2:0 color subsampling (@ 60Hz or 50Hz). With 4:4:4 color subsampling, luminance (brightness) and chroma (color) are sampled at the same rate; resulting in an RGB color palette as big as the video sampling rate for a video image with more colors, plus greater color accuracy and detail.
- Wide Color Gamut (BT.2020): The BT.2020 color standard delivers a much wider color gamut and represents about 75% of the total visual color spectrum, while the current Rec. 709 color standard selected as the color space for HDTVs and early generation 4K Ultra HDTVs covers only 35% of the total visual color spectrum.
Note: The front-panel HDMI input only supports up to 4K/60Hz @ 4:2:2 or 4K/30Hz @ 4:4:4.
HDR (High Dynamic Range): HDR (High Dynamic Range) video provides enhanced picture quality by simultaneously enabling greater detail for both the dark and bright parts of an image. HDR reproduces a greater dynamic range of luminosity or brightness levels, creating greater contrast. This increased contrast reveals the subtle nuances of the image, from detailed blacks and shadows to the brightest whites and colors, plus greater depth. This receiver supports three HDR formats - HDR 10, HLG, & Dolby Vision.
- HDR 10: HDR 10 is an open standard and currently the most popular HDR format on the market. It supports 10-bit color and 1,000 nits. It uses static metadata at the start of a movie to tell the receiver and your TV that the video content is encoded using HDR.
- HLG: HLG (Hybrid-Log Gamma) is primarily designed for live video feed and over-the-air broadcasts. It uses no pre-encoded metadata and is backwards compatible with SDR. HLG's native compatibility allows much of today's existing SDR infrastructure to be re-used for HDR in the future.
- Dolby Vision: Unlike HDR 10 which contains static metadata and HLG which uses no metadata, Dolby Vision utilizes dynamic metadata which adjusts brightness, color, and contrast automatically for each scene. Dynamic metadata carries information that maps every image to your TV's display capabilities, so you see more of what the content creator intended. Dolby Vision supports 12-bit color and 10,000 nits.
Dual HDMI Outputs: The dual HDMI outputs can simultaneously output the same audio/video signal to two TVs, or you can assign the second HDMI output to Zone 2 to display a different HDMI source (1-2-3 inputs) in another room; video is output at the resolution supported by both TVs.
Analog Video-to-HDMI Conversion: Analog composite and component video signals (480i only) input to the receiver will be converted to HDMI signals and then output from the receiver via its main HDMI monitor output to your TV. The resolution remains the same and is not upscaled.
Other HDMI Features: The DRX-4.2 AV receiver's HDMI connectivity also offers 3D video pass-through, ARC (Audio Return Channel), Deep Color & x.v. Color support, as well as an auto LipSync function.
- ARC (Audio Return Channel): The receiver's MAIN HDMI monitor output features ARC (Audio Return Channel). This feature allows audio to be sent from your compatible HDTV to your receiver through the same HDMI cable already being used to send audio and video to your HDTV. This eliminates the need for extra cables connected to your television.
- Deep Color & x.v.Color Support: The AV receiver supports Deep Color and x.v.Color content, which can display a larger color range than standard-definition schemes. The result is a more lifelike, vibrant picture
- 3D-Ready: All HDMI jacks will accept 3D video from your 3D-ready Blu-ray player and output the video signal in 3D to your 3D-ready flat-panel television.
- AV Sync: The AV Sync feature can automatically synchronize HDMI audio and video (for any HDMI jack) that has gotten out of sync due to the complex digital video processing being performed by your HDMI-compatible TV. With AV Sync, the audio delay required to synchronize the audio and video is calculated and applied automatically by the AV receiver. You can also manually correct the audio delay from 0 (no delay) to 500 milliseconds; in 5 millisecond steps.
HDMI Through: When enabling the HDMI Through function, regardless of whether the AV receiver is "O" or in "Standby", both audio/video streams from an HDMI input will be output to your television, via the receiver HDMI monitor output. You can select between three HDMI Through modes.
- Auto: Detects the signal and automatically selects the input sources.
- Source: Selects the HDMI input source for which the HDMI Through function in enabled.
- Last: The HDMI Through function is activated on the input source selected at the time of setting the AV receiver to the "standby" mode.
Analog Video Inputs: The receiver features two composite video inputs and two component video inputs which support 480i video signals only. All analog video input signals are converted to digital and sent via HDMI to your TV at 480i (no upscaling). The component video inputs are not capable of high-definition video.
HDBaseT Compatible: HDBaseT is a newer standardized method to transmit 4K UltraHD and digital audio much farther than is recommended over HDMI alone. HDBaseT allows signals to be transmitted up to 328' utilizing cat5e/cat6 cable to any certified third party HDBaseT controller or device that has its own power supply. This makes long distance runs to projectors or a second zone easy and reliable. The HDBaseT connection of the DRX-4.2 consists of a HDMI input and Ethernet output. The HDMI input can be used to connect the AV receiver's Main HDMI output or Sub/Zone 2 HDMI output (but not both) using the included 15" HDMI cable. The Ethernet out lets you connect a cat5e/cat6 cable and run it to a compatible HDBaseT receiver (such as the Integra HDB-RX1; sold separately) before connecting it to your display.
Video Select: It is possible to play audio and video from different sources. For example, you can play audio via the Network and video from your BD/DVD player. This function is only effective when an input with audio only (Network or Tuner) has been selected initially.
Ethernet (LAN) Jack: The Integra DrX-4.2 AV receiver is equipped with an Ethernet (RJ-45) jack for connecting the player to your home network giving you access to DLNA content, Internet Radio, online music services, and AirPlay. Connecting the AV receiver's Ethernet port to a 100Base-TX switched Ethernet network is recommended for best results. Use a shielded CAT-5 Ethernet cable to connect the AV receuver to your home network.
- The DRX-4.2 does not offer wireless WiFi connectivity to connect to your home network. However, you will need a WiFi enabled router to stream Chromecast built-in apps, Spotify, AirPlay, and wireless multiroom audio over your home network from your smartphone or tablet device to the AV receiver through its Ethernet jack.
- Network setup requires that the AV receiver be connected to your TV via HDMI for display of the on-screen menu. The receiver's network setup cannot be accessed through its front-panel display.
DLNA Certified: Because the DRX-4.2 is DLNA (ver.15) certified, you can play back music files stored on your Windows PC (w/ Windows Media Player 11 or 12) or a DLNA compliant media server through the stereo receiver. You can control basic playback functions of your music library from the included remote control; such as Folder/File Select, Play/Pause, Stop, Fast Forward/Rewind, Previous/Next Track, and Repeat/Random. Compatible music files include -
- Hi-Res Music Files: AIFF (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), ALAC (16/24-bit; 44.1-96kHz), FLAC (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), WAV (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), DSD (1-bit; 2.8/5.6MHz)
- Low-Res Music Files: MP3 (8-320kbps; 44.1-48kHz), WMA (5-320kbps; 44.1-48kHz), AAC (8-320kbps; 44.1-96kHz)
Built-in Online Music Services: The Integra DRX-4.2 offers several built-in internet radio & online music services through its wired network connection.
- TuneIn: With more than 100,000 radio stations and 2 million on-demand programs registered, TuneIn is a service where you can enjoy music, sports and news from all over the world.
- Amazon Music (available firmware update): Amazon Music is an on-demand music streaming service that offers access to tens of millions of songs. The Amazon Music service requires that you have an Amazon Prime account or Amazon Music Unlimited account.
- Pandora: Pandora is a personalized Internet radio service that plays the music you know and helps you discover music you'll love. You can select Internet radio stations by Artist, Song, or Genre.
- Tidal: Tidal is a global streaming service that offers over 30 million songs in high-fidelity CD sound quality. Tidal has two pricing tiers; either $9.99 or $19.99 a month. Both pricing levels allow you to access Tidal's entire music library. The $19.99 tier has the added benefit of high-fidelity sound at CD-level quality.
- Deezer: Deezer is an online music service offering over 43 million tracks starting at $9.99 a month. Discover the perfect playlist or make your own, as well as browse curated collections by genre.
Spotify Connect: The integration of Spotify Connect will enable Spotify Premium users to instantly select and wirelessly stream music to the Integra AV receiver from within the Spotify app (Apple iOS or Android). Spotify is a digital music service that gives you on-demand access to one of the largest music libraries in the world (over 15 million tracks and counting). Spotify makes it easier than ever to discover, manage, and share music with your friends. You can browse music by artist, album, track, or most popular; and create your own music library with customized playlists.
Chromecast Built-In: Chromecast built-in lets you instantly stream a variety of music apps from your Apple (iOS 7.0+) or Android (OS 2.3+) mobile device to the Integra stereo receiver. Chromecast built-in works over WiFi and allows you to connect more than one device at a time to the receiver, as well as control what's playing from anywhere in the house with your compatible mobile device.
- Supported Content: Chromecast built-in offers Internet Radio apps like TuneIn & iHeart Radio; plus online music service apps like Pandora, Spotify (requires Premium subscription), Tidal, Google Play Music, and more. Click here for a complete list of compatible apps. You can even wirelessly stream exactly what's playing on your Android phone or tablet through the Integra receiver. Or, if you're on your laptop or computer, you can also cast any music streaming website through the Chrome browser.
- Simple-to-Use: Simply tap the Cast button from a Chromecast Built-in compatible music app to start streaming to the Integra receiver. You can search, browse, play, skip, and turn up the volume directly from the music apps you know and love on your compatible phone, tablet or laptop. While you cast your music, you can still use your phone to answer a phone call, play a game, send a text, and even leave the room, all without interrupting what's playing on the receiver's speaker system or draining your battery.
AirPlay Compatible: AirPlay lets you stream your favorite songs directly from your Apple iOS (4.3.3+) device or from your iTunes (10.2.2+) library on your Windows PC or Mac computer to the AV receiver, over your home's wireless network connection. From your Apple iOS device you are able to stream stored music on your device, downloaded music apps, and music on your iCloud to the AV receiver. From your Windows or Mac you can stream your stored iTunes music library on your computer to the AV receiver; you can even download Apple's free Remote App onto your compatible iOS device to browse and control playback functions of the music stored in your iTunes music library on your computer that is being streamed to the AV receiver. With AirPlay you also get to see song/artist information on the front-panel display (no album art).
Rear-Panel USB Port: The AV receiver is equipped with a rear panel USB (type-A) port that allows you to enjoy a variety of music files from a USB mass storage class memory device, such as USB thumbdrive, portable digital audio player, or hard disk drive (a hard disk drive will require external power). The unit will recognize USB MSC devices formatted in FAT16 or FAT32 with up to 20,000 music files. You can control basic playback functions of your music library from the included remote control; such as Folder/File Select, Play/Pause, Stop, Fast Forward/Rewind, Previous/Next Track, and Repeat/Random. USB portable audio players that can be charged via USB will be charged when plugged into the AV receiver's USB port (5V/1A); even in standby mode. Compatible music files include -
- Hi-Res Music Files: AIFF (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), ALAC (16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), FLAC (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), WAV (8/16/24-bit; 44.1-192kHz), DSD (1-bit; 2.8/5.6MHz)
- Low-Res Music Files: MP3 (8-320kbps; 44.1-48kHz), WMA (5-320kbps; 44.1-48kHz), AAC (8-320kbps; 44.1-96kHz)
Notes: USB hubs and USB devices with hub functions are not supported. MP3 players containing music files that are managed with special music software are not supported. Apple iPod/iPhone/iPad and Android devices are not supported via USB.
AM/FM Tuner: With the built-in tuner you can enjoy AM and FM radio stations. You can store your favorite stations as presets for quick selection. You can store a combination of up to 40 of your favorite FM/AM radio stations as presets.
Zone 2 HDMI Output: The Integra DRX-4.2 provides a Zone 2 HDMI output, so two different HDMI audio/video feeds can be sent to two different displays at the same time directly from the receiver (HDMI 1-2-3 connected input sources only). HDMI Zone 2 will output up to 4K video and 2-channel audio for the HDMI input source selected. Video will be output at the highest resolution supported by both TVs. If you have the same HDMI source playing back in the main room and Zone 2, then the main room is also limited to 2ch PCM audio.
- Compatible Sources: HDMI 1-2-3 connected input sources only (up to 4K/2ch PCM).
- Incompatible Sources: Tuner, Analog, USB, Network, and Optical/Coaxial Digital audio sources; plus analog video sources and HDMI 4-5-6-7 inputs.
Note: HDMI Zone 2 can also be setup through the AV receiver's HDBaseT connection (see Video Section for further details).
Zone 2 (Line or Speaker Level): In addition to the main listening room, you can enjoy audio playback of the same source or a different source in another room of your home using the receiver's Zone 2 function. The receiver features Zone 2 line-outputs, as well as Zone 2 speaker terminals. You can play the same audio source in both Zones (Main & Zone 2) or play a different audio source in each zone. Zone 2 is compatible with analog, digital, and network audio sources - see below for details.
- Line-Level or Speaker-Level:
- Line-Level Outputs: By using the line-level outputs on the DRX-4.2 you can connect an external receiver or integrated amplifier in a second room, allowing you to listen to 9.1ch or 7.1.2ch surround in the main room and play a different audio source in another room of your home. The volume of Zone 2 can be controlled from the DRX-4.2 or your add-on integrated amplifier/receiver.
- Speaker Level Outputs: By using the speaker-level outputs on the DRX-4.2, you can directly connect a secondary pair of speakers in another room of your home, allowing you to listen to 7.1ch or 5.1.2ch surround sound in your main room and play a different audio source in the other room. The volume of Zone 2 is controlled from the receiver.
- Source Compatibility:
- Compatible Sources: AM/FM tuner, Analog audio inputs, HDMI 1-2-3 audio inputs (2ch PCM only), Optical/Coax digital audio inputs (2ch PCM only), USB Audio, Network (including DLNA, AirPlay, built-in music apps, & Chromecast Built-in) can be played back in Zone 2.
- Incompatible Sources: HDMI video and analog video sources cannot be output to Zone 2. HDMI (4-5-6-7) inputs and DSD audio files cannot be played back in Zone 2.
- As for Network and USB, you cannot select different inputs for the main room and Zone 2. For example, if a Network source has been selected in the main room and then USB is selected as a playback source in Zone 2, the input in the main room will also change to the USB source.
- When listening to AM/FM or Internet radio, you cannot select different stations for the main room and Zone 2.
Zone 3 (Line or Speaker Level): In addition to the main listening room and Zone 2, you can also enjoy audio playback of the same source or a different source in a third room of your home using the receiver's Zone 3 function. The receiver features Zone 3 line-outputs, as well as Zone 3 speaker terminals. You can play the same audio source in each Zone or play a different audio source in every Zone. Zone 3 is compatible with analog, network, and digital (USB only), audio sources - see below for details.
- Line-Level or Speaker-Level:
- Line-Level Outputs: By using the line-level outputs on the DRX-4.2 you can connect an external receiver or integrated amplifier in a second room, allowing you to listen to 9.1ch or 7.1.2ch surround in the main room and play a different audio source in another room of your home. The volume of Zone 3 can be controlled from the DRX-4.2 or your add-on integrated amplifier/receiver.
- Speaker Level Outputs: By using the speaker-level outputs on the DRX-4.2, you can directly connect a secondary pair of speakers in another room of your home, allowing you to listen surround sound in your main room and play a different audio source in the other room. If you are only powering Zone 3 from the receiver (and Zone 2 is using line-level and an external amplifier), the receiver is limited to 7.1ch or 5.1.2ch in the main room. If you are powering both Zone 2 and Zone 3 from the Integra DRX-4.2, the receiver will be limited to 5.1ch surround in the main room. The volume of Zone 3 is controlled from the receiver.
- Source Compatibility:
- Compatible Sources: AM/FM tuner, Analog audio inputs, USB Audio, Network (including DLNA, AirPlay, built-in music apps, & Chromecast Built-in) can be played back in Zone 3.
- Incompatible Sources: HDMI audio/video and analog video sources cannot be output to Zone 3. Optical/Coax digital audio inputs and DSD audio files cannot be played back in Zone 3.
- As for Network and USB, you cannot select different inputs for the main room and Zone 3. For example, if a Network source has been selected in the main room and then USB is selected as a playback source in Zone 3, the input in the main room will also change to the USB source.
- When listening to AM/FM or Internet radio, you cannot select different stations for the main room and Zone 3.
Google Home Multiroom: Using the Google Home app for Apple iOS 8.0+ and Android OS 4.0.3+, you can sync multiple speakers with Chromecast built-in in multiple rooms of your home to play the same song from a Chromecast built-in music app throughout your house at the same time. Friends and family can even use their own Chromecast compatible phone or tablet to cast music to your system by connecting to your home's WiFi network.
Note: The DRX-4.2 does not offer wireless WiFi connectivity to connect to your home network. However, you will need a WiFi enabled router for wireless multiroom audio functionality.
DTS Play-Fi (Firmware Update Available): DTS Play-Fi combines DTS and WiFi to wirelessly stream high quality audio through out your home using the Integra Music Control App (for Apple iOS 8.0+, Android OS 4.0+) or the Play-Fi App (for Windows 7 PC or later). Supported music formats up to 24-bit/192kHz (including MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV) are wirelessly streamed to the receiver or to multiple DTS Play-Fi players and speakers at up to 16-bit/48kHz (CD quality sound). You can connect multiple DTS Play-Fi products together from different brands and manufacturers on the same home network to create a whole-home streaming experience. Play the same source in every room or a different song in each room. Due to the bandwidth limitations of most wireless networks, no more than 16 wireless DTS Play-Fi products on a single WiFi network at one given time is recommended. DTS Play-Fi has a range of up to 100' from your wireless router. Compatible sources include -
- Source Devices: DTS Play-Fi provides you with the ability to stream your music wirelessly in high-quality lossless audio from Apple iOS & Android devices, Windows laptops & desktop computers, as well as DLNA-servers on your existing home WiFi network to the Integra receiver. Up to eight separate wireless source devices, each with its own source, are supported simultaneously and any wireless source device can stream to eight DTS Play-Fi playback devices.
- Online Music Services: DTS Play-Fi enables wireless audio streaming from the world's most popular music services, including - Pandora, SiriusXM, TIDAL, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, Napster, & more.
- DTS Play-Fi Compatible Products: All DTS Play-Fi enabled products work seamlessly together, so there's no hassle adding more components, or choosing more than one audio brand (like Onkyo, Integra, Klipsch, MartinLogan, McIntosh, Paradigm, Phorus, Polk Audio, SVS, Wren, and more) in your home.
Note: This unit does not support the following DTS Play-Fi functions - Spotify Connect, Wireless Surround Sound, Line-In Rebroadcast, Interent Radio, Criticaly Listening Mode, and L/R Stero Speaker Pairing.
FlareConnect MultiRoom Audio : FlareConnect powered by Blackfire mirrors network audio sources and any external analog source playing through the receiver (from streaming audio to vinyl) on optional FlareConnect wireless speakers (sold separately). Sampling rates up to 48 kHz are supported. FlareConnect powered by Blackfire is stable, fast, and easy to control with the Integra Control Pro App for Apple iOS and Android.
- Integra cannot guarantee the compatibility with other devices featuring FlareConnect or Blackfire that are not manufactured by Integra or Onkyo.
- The DRX-4.2 does not offer wireless WiFi connectivity to connect to your home network. However, you will need a WiFi enabled router for wireless multiroom audio functionality.
Sonos Connect Ready (Available Firmware Update): Instantly upgrade the music streaming capability of your Integra receiver with Sonos Connect (sold separately) and a free over-the-network firmware update. With the Sonos Connect connected to the Integra receiver via a set of stereo RCA cable, the audio system you've built around the receiver can now be part of a Sonos Wireless Multiroom Audio System (components sold separately). After a simple set up, the Integra receiver will seamlessly tie into Sonos, instantly turning on from network standby, changing inputs and playing at the volume you command through the Sonos controller app on your compatible Apple iOS or Android device.
- Functionality: Once the Integra receiver is connected to the Sonos Connect you will be able to send any music or source on the Sonos app to the receiver. You will also be able to group the receiver to other Sonos devices on the network or use it independently. Whenever you start playing music back from your Sonos app and the Integra receiver is selected, the receiver will automatically turn on and switch to the correct input.
- Compatibility: The Integra receiver can be used with the Sonos One, Play:1, Play:3, Play:5 or any combination of these speakers (all sold separately). You can even use the Integra receiver with a Playbar or Playbase (sold separately) that is located in a different room. Just remember that you need to have a Sonos Connect to connect the Integra receiver to the Sonos multiroom audio system.
- Click here to learn even more about Integra and Sonos working together to give you the ultimate home theater and multiroom audio experience.
- The DRX-4.2 does not offer wireless WiFi connectivity to connect to your home network. However, you will need a WiFi enabled router for wireless multiroom audio functionality.
Integra Control Pro App: The Integra Control Pro App (for Apple iOS 8.0+ & Android OS 4.0.3) features an intuitive, user-friendly interface that allows you to conveniently operate the Integra receiver from your compatible Apple iOS or Android device. This app not only has the usual remote control functions, it also has a multiroom functionality for Zone 2, Zone 3, and wireless multiroom audio setups.
- Remote Control: You can operate general control functions (play/stop, control the volume, select the input source, etc.) from your compatible smartphone or tablet.
- Streaming Audio: Lets you play audio from built-in music streaming services (such as Pandora, Spotify, TIDAL), the music library on your Apple iOS or Android device, and your Windows PC or other DLNA-compatible server. You can also access music from USB source devices.
- Multiroom Audio: Provides control over Zone 2 and wireless multiroom audio (such as FlareConnect by Blackfire).
Note: The DRX-4.2 does not offer wireless WiFi connectivity to connect to your home network (only an Ethernet jack). However, you will need a WiFi enabled router to use the Integra Control Pro App to communicate with the AV receiver over your home network through the receiver's Ethernet jack.
Google Home Voice Commands: With a Google Home voice-activated speaker (sold separately - see Accessories Tab) and the Google Home App (for Apple iOS 8.0+ or Android OS 4.2+), you can use your voice to control select functions of the Integra AV receiver. With a simple voice command, you can play music from Chromecast compatible music services by artist, song, genre, album, playlist, mood or activity. You can also turn up the volume, skip to the next track, or stop the music - all without lifting a finger.
IR Remote: The Integra DRX-4.2 comes with an IR remote control for wireless operation of this receiver and other HDMI-connected sources (via HDMI CEC).
HDMI Control: This function allows HDMI-CEC compatible components or RIHD-compatible components connected via HDMI to be controlled with one another's remote controls.
- The AV receiver will enter Standby mode when the power of the TV is turned to Standby.
- You can set on the menu screen of the TV to either output the audio from the speakers connected to the AV receiver, or from the speakers of the TV.
- It is possible to output the audio/video from the antenna or from the input jack of the TV from the speakers connected to the AV receiver.
- Input to the AV receiver can be selected with the remote controller of the TV.
- Operations such as volume adjustment or similar for the AV receiver can be performed from the remote controller of the TV.
Custom Installation: Integra products are designed and engineered to meet the demands of custom audio/video systems installers. Integra works closely with control systems partners such as Savant, Crestron, URC, and RTI, and supports Control4 Simple Device Discovery Protocol (SDDP) and AMX Device Discovery for simplified system integration.
- RS-232 & IP Control: The DRX-4.2 includes system integration connectivity such as RS-232 and IP control with support for two-way communication with 3rd party home automation systems and a web based browser.
- IR Inputs/Output: Dual infrared (IR) inputs and IR output make for a clean, reliable installation and allow pass-through of IR signals to control other devices connected to the DRX-4.2, such as a TV and Blu-ray player.
- Triple 12V Triggers: Three fully programmable 12 volt triggers (3.5mm) can be used to raise/lower a projection screen, power on/off an external amplifier, or open/close the drapes all with the touch of a button.
On-Screen Menu w/ Setup Assistance (HDMI only): The Integra AV receiver offers an on-screen (GUI) menu system through its main HDMI output and Zone 2 HDMI output. The simple on-screen display combines text and graphics that make setup and other operations extremely easy. The initial setup assistant takes you step-by-step through speaker configuration, source connection, remote programming, and network connection.
Note: Initial setup requires that the receiver be connected to your TV via HDMI for display of the on-screen menu. Many of the receiver's setup functions can only be found via the on-screen menu and not the front-panel display.
Gapless Playback: Many live and classical albums have no gaps in the music. Gapless playback ensures that there are no pauses between audio files. This provides playback with no interruptions, the way it was meant to be heard. Compatible with WAV, FLAC, ALAC, and WMA music files via USB.
Name Edit: You can enter a custom name for each individual input selector and radio preset for easy identification. When entered, the custom name will appear on the display. This function cannot be used for the AM/FM, Network, and USB input selectors.
Display Dimmer: The front-panel display brightness has three settings - Dim, Dimmer, and Normal.
Timers: The receiver features a programmable Auto Standby function & programmable Sleep Timer. The AV receiver will automatically go into Standby mode, if there is no operation for 20 minutes with no audio/video signal input. From the remote, you can set the unit to automatically turn off after 30, 60, or 90 minutes.
Firmware Updates: Future firmware updates are available from Integra through the receiver's Network or USB connection. Visit Integra's online Download Center for the latest firmware updates.