is a company who likes to pay special attention to the modent day music lover and is keeping to that trend with its latest home entertainment offering, the D-M39DAB.
One example of this dedication to modern innovation is that it now features an opticaldigital input to hook up digital gear, be it Apple AirPort express, the TV or set-topboxes.As well as its stunning stereo sound, this latest and refined model provides a
digitally transmitted play function for iPhone/iPod/iPad via the front USB terminal,which can also connect to any other USB sound device.Measuring just 210mm wide and 310mm deep, the D-M39DAB's
compact size is perfect for sitting on bookshelves, in the bedroom or anywhere around the home or office.Denon’s
popular M-series offers high sound quality based on the “simple & straight”concept. Circuitry is uncomplicated, signal paths are short, and all adverse influenceson sound quality have been minimized. The circuit design and the way the chassis is
built ensure that the sound heard is utterly faithful to the original performance.Denon's D-M39DAB Micro Component system
will be available in late August in a black or silver finish from around £249.99, €300 ro for just the receiver unit and £359.99 with speakers.