iPhone apps make it easy for the sound-savvy to tweak music playback and Denon has released a variety designed to complement the aforementioned categories.
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Denon's take on an audio dock is a little easier to follow. There's only one range, the Cocoon range, and its split between Cocoon Home and a smaller Cocoon Portable sibling.
The two docks feature a two-way speaker system, large acoustic chamber, Dual Layer Cones, bass ports and amplification. This hardware is combined with advanced digital signal processing software for optimal acoustics and is encased in a cocoon body that perpetuates the kind of minimalist beauty advocated by Apple devices.
They come with network connectivity (both wired and wireless connections), built in Internet radio and a USB port.
Multiple cocoon speakers can be controlled wirelessly over a home network when using iTunes. Users also have access a Cocoon application for Apple or Android devices.
The Cocoon Portable is 25% smaller, has a water resistant chassis and a rechargeable battery capable of five hours of playback.
Denon's new range will be released between October and November. Following is a breakdown of each product's specifications as per the official press release.