Denon new HiFi components

Denon new components

Denon has unveiled a trio of new Hi-Fi components at the Munich High End Show.The new 900 Series includes the first Denon HEOS built-in integrated amplifier in a standard size chassis, the PMA-900HNE alongside the matching DCD-900NE CD player with USB playback.

With streaming convenience to the fore, the PMA-900HNE has Wi-Fi network connectivity, as well as AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, and multiroom audio capability.

Denon new components also comes with the PMA-1700NE, a premium integrated stereo amplifier with a power output of 140W per channel. This traditional Hi-Fi hero has a built-in phono stage for vinyl fans that caters for both moving magnet and moving coil phono cartridges. Additional connectivity includes an optical digital input and subwoofer pre-out.

The PMA-1700NE provides support for high-resolution digital music up to 11.2-MHz DSD and 384-kHz/32-bit from a computer using the USB-B input mated to a precise master clock and high-performance DAC, designed to suppress jitter during digital playback. The chassis design is described as vibration-resistant.

Since the beginning of the 20th century, Japan has been synonymous with cutting-edge electronics. Indeed, the Japanese seem to have an inherent ability to not only visualize the future but also create it.

Denon quickly established itself as the world’s most innovative audio brand, regularly first to deliver new technology. Since then, it has drawn on its rich history to inform countless new developments. After all, it was the brand’s Hi-Fi expertise that lead Denon to create the first AV Receivers.

Source: Inside CI

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