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Well I have mine on order and can't wait to hear who gets theirs first and can share thoughts.
post #2 of 3823
Who can speak Russian? This is the first 80.2 spec sheet I have seen,

http://www.integrators.ru/catalog/de..._ID=3126159#a3

For comparison, here is the new Euro Onkyo PR-SC5508 spec sheet.
http://www.intl.onkyo.com/downloads/...ex_leaflet.pdf

At least we can confirm Audyssey XT32!

Quick question? I have no experience with the HQV Reon-VX chip, although I know that it has been around since 2006. Is this the same version that has been around for 4 years? How would it compare to the Anchor Bay 2015 in the new high end Denons? I don't really upscale DVD, just watch Blu-Ray and signal from DirectTV. I assume the Reon is more than adequate for deinterlacing 1081i
post #3 of 3823
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Originally Posted by pbo View Post

Well I have mine on order and can't wait to hear who gets theirs first and can share thoughts.

we all have them on order...heh, heh !
post #4 of 3823
When is the 80.2 scheduled to be released?
post #5 of 3823
I clicked translate on that Russian site and got this...

9.2-channel network A / V Controller

Integra has once again tried and released a preamp level professional capable of working with any source of audio-video signal. Any function of the distributed playback to individual A / V-calibration are simple and easy.

NEW FEATURES

Certification THX ® Ultra2 Plus
Interface HDMI ® (version 1.4a with support for 3D audio and reverse) technology to support Deep Color , xvColor , LipSync, Dolby ® TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio , DVD-Audio, Super Audio CD, multi-channel PCM and CEC
8 inputs HDMI (a front / 7 rear) and 2 outputs
The two outputs HDMI (which can be active simultaneously)
2-Port USB (front and rear)
The USB port on front panel for connecting flash drives and devices, iPhone ® / iPod ® (the ability to display images with CD covers)
Ability to work in a network for streaming audio files (MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AAC and LPCM)
Receive Internet radio broadcasts (vTuner) *
Certified support for Windows ® operating system 7 and the standard version of DLNA 1.5
Firmware Update via the Internet using a USB port
Professional ISF calibration for optimal video quality
HDMI-conversion of video to improve the resolution to 1080p/24 by video processor HQV Reon-VX
VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry - vector linear shaper signal) for all channels
Burr-Brown DACs 192 kHz / 32 bit (PCM 1796 x 6) for all channels
Technology DSD (Direct Stream Digital - Direct Stream Digital) discs to play Super Audio CD
Technology Dolby ® Volume for leveling the volume level when switching from one signal source to another
Systems decode Dolby ® TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio , Dolby ® Digital Plus, DTS-HD High-Resolution Audio
Decoding DTS Neural Surround
Technology Audyssey DSX and Dolby ® Pro Logic ® IIz support of new channels of surround sound
Feature Audyssey MultEQ ® XT32 to compensate for the shortcomings of room acoustics
Feature Audyssey MultEQ ® Pro Ready with the ability to edit the target curve correction *
Function Audyssey Dynamic EQ ® to compensate for the disappearance of certain frequencies at low volume levels
Feature Audyssey Dynamic Volume ® to maintain optimal volume and optimal dynamic range
2 channel balanced audio input XLR
9.2-channel balanced XLR output pre-amplifier (with the possibility to connect the front speakers on dvuhusilitelnoy scheme)
Translucent graphic OSD over the image on the monitor, accessible through all video outputs
4 game modes DSP-CPU: Rock (Rock), Sports (Sports), Action (active) and Role Playing Game (RPG)
Analog video input RGB (D-sub, 15-pin.) And audio for PC
Audio Input (TV / CD and Phono) with gilded carved brass 19-mm connector
Universal port to connect the dock to Onkyo iPhone ® / iPod ®, or to connect a DAB + tuner using a single cable.
* Availability of service depends on the region

OTHER FEATURES

Three 32-bit DSP-processor (DA830 x 1, DA788 x 2)
7 digital inputs (4 optical and 3 coaxial)
Switching to a video with support for HDTV (3 inputs, 1 output)
Technology Linear Optimum Gain Volume
Algorithm Music Optimizer to restore the compressed music files
Function A-Form (Listening Mode Memory) to store settings
Direct mode for direct transmission signal
Independent crossover adjustment for front / center / spatial / surround spatial channels (frequency 40/45/50/55/60/70/80/90/100/110/120 / 130/150/200 Hz)
The synchronization feature A / V-signals (up to 250 ms in increments of 2 ms)
9.2-channel preamp outputs color-coded (including 2 independent subwoofer output)
7.1-channel color-coded
40 presets for FM / AM stations, installed in a random order
Compatible with RI (Remote Interactive) Dock Station for iPod
Bidirectional programmable and customizable RI remote control with backlit display settings, the keys to switch modes with the display and makropresetami for the four operations
5 A / V inputs (1 front / 4 rear) and 1 output
Output Video / S-Video (Monitor)
1 audio in, 1 audio
FACILITIES EXPANSION SYSTEM

Bi-directional Ethernet port and RS232 for system control
Preamp outputs for Zone 2 / 3 for distributed audio playback in multiple rooms
Subwoofer outputs for zone 2 and zone 3
Yields on the monitor for Zone 2 (component and composite video)
Separate control Bass / Treble / balance for Zone 2 and Zone 3
Setting the maximum volume level, set the initial volume level at power on for the main zone and zones 2 and 3
An extra set of rack (IRK-180-4)
Interface RIHD (Remote Interactive over HDMI) for System Control * Compatibility may vary depending on the specific model
Storing and call the dealer installations using the Lock / Unlock
Always stored in the memory set
2 inputs and 1 output IR signal
3 programmable 12-volt trigger (with adjustable delay)
SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier Section
Distortion:
0.05% (rated power)
Damping factor:
60 (Front, 1 kHz, 8 ohms)
Input sensitivity and impedance:
200 mV / 47 ohms (Line) 2.5 mV / 47 ohms (Phono MM)
Nominal output level and impedance (RCA):
1V/470 ohms (Pre out)
Maximum output level and impedance (RCA): 5.5 V/470 ohms (Pre out)
Nominal output level and impedance (XLR): 2 V/470 Om (Pre out)
Maximum output level and impedance (XLR): 11.0 V/470 Ohm (Pre out)
Overload pickup input (Phono): 70 mV (MM, 1 kHz, 0.5%)
Frequency:
5 Hz - 100 kHz / +1 dB, -3 dB (Mode Direct)
Tone Control:
± 10 dB, 50 Hz (low frequency) ± 10 dB, 20 kHz (treble
SNR:
110 dB (Line, A-weighting.) 80 dB (Phono, A-weighting.)
Video Section
Input Sensitivity / Output Level and Impedance: 1 (double amplitude) / 75 ohms (component-component and S-Video luminance signal, Y) 0.7 V (double amplitude) /
75 Ohm (color component signals, PB / CB, PR / CR) 0.28 B (double amplitude) /
75 W (chroma signal S-Video, C) 1.0 V (peak to peak) / 75 ohms (Composite signal)
Frequency component-component video: 5 Hz - 100 MHz / 0 dB, -3 dB
Section tuner
Frequency range settings:
FM 87.5 MHz -108.0 MHz AM 522 kHz -1.611 kHz
Presets for FM / AM: 40 stations
General characteristics
Meals:
220-240 Vac, 50/60 Hz
Consumption:
110 W
Dimensions (W x H x D):
435 x 198.5 x 445 mm
Weight:
13.5 kg
Packing
Dimensions (W x H x D): 494 x 337 x 576 mm
Weight (with packaging): 17.5 kg
Onkyo company has a policy of continually improving products and reserves the right to change specifications and appearance without prior notice. The name and logo are trademarks of THX THX Ltd., Which may be registered in several bodies. All rights reserved. All rights reserved, produced under license from Dolby Laboratories. Titles Dolby, Pro Logic, Surround EX and double-D symbol are trademarks of Mi-Dolby Laboratories. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logo and symbol are trademarks of their DTS, Inc. Description iPhone, iPod, iPod Classic, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle and iPod Touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., Registered in the U.S. and other countries. The inscription «Made for iPod» or «Made for iPhone» means that the device used to connect respectively to an iPod or iPhone, and has sertifitsikatsiyu productivity-makers of conformity Apple. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device, as well as for its compliance with safety standards and regulatory standards. Manufactured under license from Audyssey Laboratories. An application for a patent in the U.S. and other countries lodged. Audyssey DSX, Audyssey MultEQ XT32, Audyssey Dynamic EQ and Audyssey Dynamic Volume are trademarks of Audyssey Laboratories. The names of HDMI, High-Definition Multimedia Interface and HDMI logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries. xvColor a trademark of Sony Corporation. Music Optimizer, and Theater-Dimensional is a trademark of Mi-signs Onkyo Corporation. All other trademarks are registered trademarks of, governmental, and therefore the property of their respective owners.
post #6 of 3823
Gives me goose bumps !!!
post #7 of 3823
There has been absolutely no pre-announcement, pre-ordering, etc for the DHC80.2. (as of 9/9/10)
post #8 of 3823
Man, sounds great but how I wish it was 11.2! Oh well, next year I'm sure.

James
post #9 of 3823
Hopefully Integra will improve performance through 2 channel analog inputs for 80.2.
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I'd like to know if they are adding Apple AirPlay support like Denon has. Also, does this have true balanced xlr outputs? Sorry if this has been answered, I have a hard deciphering all the tech specs/nerd speak.
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Originally Posted by mastermaybe View Post

Man, sounds great but how I wish it was 11.2! Oh well, next year I'm sure.

James

Maybe next year some movies will come out in 7.1 or 9.1???? Yeah, right. We are stuck with 5.1 content for a long time.
post #12 of 3823
Got mine on order. I am also hoping it will have apple airplay option added as that is pretty cool.

The thing I am most hoping happens is that integra releases an updated Rs232/IP protocol module for Crestron that allows me to stream pandora out of zone 2 and have it spit out data while doing it. All this with or without zone 1 ON. so basically I want to use the preamp as a pandora radio source that I can stream audio and data (song, artist, control) via RS232 while maybe zone 1 is not even turned on. That way I can use the unit to be my theater preamp (number one function), but also use it for music for other rooms with control in remote rooms without a display (bathrooms, patio, kitchen, etc.)

Here's to hoping
post #13 of 3823
I have been waiting for this pre/pro to come out since I sold my Pioneer SC-09 in early July. The Onkyo PR-SC5508 looks very tempting, but issues with Onkyo QC have kept me focused on the Integra 80.2. I even purchased a DTA 70.1 amp in anticipation of getting it. Now I hear that Integra products recently released have the same issue with Audyssey XT32 as the new Onkyos. I have seen no ETA on a fix. I wonder if we will not hear any announcements on the 80.2 until after that is all worked out? Very disappointing indeed.
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Originally Posted by bslep View Post

The Onkyo PR-SC5508 looks very tempting, but issues with Onkyo QC have kept me focused on the Integra 80.2.

I'm sure they are built on the same assembly line, and use very similar firmware/software, so I would expect the same issues with both preamps.
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What are the upgrades from the 80.1?
post #16 of 3823
The Audyssey.
post #17 of 3823
HDMI 1.4 / 3D also
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Thanks guys. I am not going 3d so I feel good about going with the 80.1
post #19 of 3823
ok, just ordered it from a dealer-friend of mine. I called a local dealer, and a non-salesman answered this morning indicating he actually owns the 80.1, as well as a few other guys in the store.

Anyway, can't wait to get this thing. I should have it mid-next week.

I bet the announcement will hit at CEDIA.

Do we know whether or not this unit WILL actually have the ability to update via the port? They say that every time a new unit comes out, but none have been able to update firmware via the Internet port to date....

Best,

Stieger
post #20 of 3823
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Originally Posted by stieger View Post

ok, just ordered it from a dealer-friend of mine. I called a local dealer, and a non-salesman answered this morning indicating he actually owns the 80.1, as well as a few other guys in the store.

Anyway, can't wait to get this thing. I should have it mid-next week.

I bet the announcement will hit at CEDIA.

Do we know whether or not this unit WILL actually have the ability to update via the port? They say that every time a new unit comes out, but none have been able to update firmware via the Internet port to date....

Best,

Stieger

Your dealer actually got an ETA for the 80.2?
post #21 of 3823
yeah right...he got an ETA ? Share it with us ! The dhc80.1 cannot do FW updates via the Internet ? Really ?
Too many questions...let's wait for the answers.
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Anyone have an MSRP? Those who pre-ordered were you given a price? Local dealer can't give me price but will pre order.
post #23 of 3823
Placed a order yesterday, 1-2 weeks to delivery so it seems on line with the expected release date of late September.
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Msrp?
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Originally Posted by rweeb View Post

Msrp?

I got it for 2500$, Im working at an Authorized Integra Dealer
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Originally Posted by meller127 View Post

I got it for 2500$, Im working at an Authorized Integra Dealer

What is the msrp in Sweden in USD ?
post #27 of 3823
$3600, Ã*t sounds high. Need to doubel check that.
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Originally Posted by ArthurIhde View Post

where do you can it?[img]http://*********************/13/smile.gif[/img]

sounds like some type of suspect 'olde' English grammar to me !
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Originally Posted by rweeb View Post

Msrp?

$ 2300. usd MSRP
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