Denon has unveiled a new music system that can connect with an iPod/iPhone, provide access to online services, and even allow users to stream audio to other Denon devices connected to their network.
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The Denon DN7 Networked Music System consists of the RCD-N7 CD Receiver and SC-N7 Stereo Loudspeakers. The system allows a user to music from multiple content sources including iPod and iPhone, online music services such as Rhapsody, Napster, Pandora and Last.fm where available, as well as PC music streaming.
It also comes with a Plug ‘n Play capability which means that when an iPhone/iPod or USB device is plugged in, it begins to play automatically. The simple and intuitive remote control has a “Direct” button for instant access to the music source. The DN7 also has an internet radio tuner built in with full vTuner website support which gives access to over 16,000 radio stations and Podcasts from all around the world.
In addition, the DN7 comes with Denon’s special “Party Mode Plus” multi-zone network streaming management system for use with new Denon A/V receivers that let users control and play music simultaneously on up to five Denon devices on their network.
The RCD-N7 receiver and high-performance SC-N7 speakers both feature a simple, white “mod style” aesthetic and integrate smoothly in a full-functioning music system.
The DN7 will be available in November from authorised Denon specialist dealers with an RRP of $999.