Eight consumer electronics brands are demonstrating HD Radio-enabled products at a high-end home audio show this week in Denver, Ibiquity said.
Sixteen models — high-end receivers, pre-amplifiers, tuners, tuner cards and complete audio systems — are displayed at the CEDIA Expo, which began Wednesday and continues through Sunday.
According to technology developer Ibiquity, the latest products include:
- Audio Design Associates’ new SWAN Structured Wiring Audio Network, expanding a lineup that includes the Duo Tuner and Tune Suite tuners, and the Suite 8100 multi-zone receiver;
- Denon’s AVP-A1HDCI preamplifier/tuner, AVR-4308CI and AVR-5308CI A/V receivers, and the SR-52 executive shelf system, which join the previously available DRA-697CIHD multi-source/multi-zone receiver;
- Integra’s DTR-8.8 home theater receiver, DTC-9.8 preamplifier/processor and the HD-SAT, a new tuner card for the TUN-3.7 multi-platform tuner;
- Marantz’s SR8002 surround receiver; and
- Yamaha’s RX-Z11 flagship receiver.
Other Ibiquity manufacturing partners exhibiting at CEDIA are Niles Audio, Polk Audio, Rotel and Onkyo.
Ibiquity says its HD Radio technology is now available in more than 50 products across multiple product categories, with more coming this year.