Denon has launched the S-52 wireless network CD music system, a device that allows a user to enjoy music content from their music files stored in your PC, listen to various Internet radio stations, play CDs, and can even play music straight from anyone’s iPod.
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The company also says that users can access all features and functions of the system either via the remote or multi-task jog wheel on top of the S-52 and will give ample information with its high contrast graphic LCD screen.
The S-52 is DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) compliant, making it compatible with other DLNA compliant A/V products and claims to offer ‘dynamic and realistic’ sound levels with its Audyssey Dynamic EQ, Spatial EQ, and Bass-XT technologies.
Finally, the S-52 offers a wide range of connectivity that includes an RCA aux input, a USB port, an RCA (mono) output, and an Ethernet port. It also comes with a user friendly remote controller that will give access to all the features of the S-52.
The S-52 is now available at selected Denon retailers and has an RRP of $1,299.