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denon s101 s301

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by jules19, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. jules19

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    some info on the new 500sd thread alluding as what is to come.......

    i received an email from denon saying both versions are virtual systems- so unfortunately no 5.1 system.

    engadget site shows the 301 to have usb connectivity and hdmi output.

    anyone with any further info?
     
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    Fully Integrated Reference Entertainment System consisting of a Progressive Scan
    Universal DVD-Audio/Video/Super Audio CD Player and Dolby Digital/dts
    A/V Receiver featuring Dolby Virtual Speaker Technology
    DVD section features DCDi from Faroudja FLI-2310 decoding engine
    Dual Discrete Video Circuitry (DDVC)
    DVD-Audio/SACD/WMA/MP3 Decoders
    HDMI output with selectable scaling (480p/720p/1080i) decoders
    Video Conversion to Component
    Dedicated iPod/iPod photo input, with on-screen display and remote control
    USB input for portable players and Flash memory devices
    On-Screen Help Menu (Activity based)
    All New, Denon Original Speakers, with Renowned European Speaker Designer’s Tuning -
    2.1 Speaker System, with amplifiers located in subwoofer
    70 watts per channel for Satellite, 140 watts for the Subwoofer
    Satellites feature Dual 4” Mid-Bass drivers and single ¾” Soft Dome Tweeter
    Metal/Mold Cabinet construction
    8” Subwoofer Driver
    Supplied 3 meter proprietary connecting cable (DVD receiver to subwoofer)
    Supplied speaker cables, with ability to change/customize speaker wire
    Slim-line, dual sided remote control, pre-programmed with other manufacturers TV, Cable and Satellite Codes


    is this gonna be worth the £750++ price tag???
     

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