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Integra's NVS-7.7 Media Center PC

Matt Burns
July 26, 2006
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Integra has a nice looking media center PC with the custom install market in mind that just hit the streets. The NVS-7.7 (classy name) is built off of the same stuff the Onkyo HDC-7 is such as Intel's ViiV, a 400 gig hard drive, DVI output, ATSC/NTSC tuners, and a DVD/CD burner. The Integra has to top the Onkyo somehow though and it does thanks to high-end Wolfson DACs and Integra's Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry. The goal of this media center was to improve the user interaction and reliability with the idea to reduce the amount of service that has to be done on the device. It does have RS 232 for integration into the users whole-house system. The system is currently available with a hefty price of $2999.


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