Denon D-M40 Micro HiFi System announced
People do still need CD Players
Denon, has announced the latest edition to its M series micro hi-fi system range.
Following on from the D-M39, the new D-M40 features an enhanced hi-fi quality CD Receiver, the RCD-M40, along with optimised SC-M40 two-way speakers.
The D-M40 features improved connectivity options, including two digital optical inputs to hook up a TV, set-top box or other digital sources. The USB port is not only capable of playing MP3 and WMA files, but also lossless FLAC, WAV and AAC formats and the system still provides a digitally transmitted play function for iDevices.
It also boasts an upgraded headphone amplifier section with dedicated Gain Control. All circuits are uncomplicated, signal paths are short, with all adverse influences on the sound signal minimised.
Measuring just 210mm in width and 310mm in depth, the compact D-M40 can easily fit on a bookshelf, in a bedroom or in the home office while several colour combinations means it can blend into different interior designs.
The D-M40 system has an SRP of £349 and will be available from June onwards, with the RCD-M40 CD receiver available in an attractive black or premium silver finish, and the SC-M40 speakers available in black or cherry wood. In selected countries, there will be DAB/DAB+ tuner versions available in store.
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