The Denon DM39DAB is a superb micro hifi system which builds on its multi award-winning forebears, the DM38 and DM37. With an extensive internal rework to allow a more direct signal flow, an upgraded power supply and a new, better stabilised CD mechanism designed to further reduce vibration, the latest incarnation of this reference micro system delivers in spades - a hugely enjoyable sound from a variety of sources and all packed in to a compact, unobtrusive yet attractive unit. The addition of an optical input means you can now connect digital sources such as TVs to it as well.Back to Top
The DM39 crams in an awful lot of features including a CD player with support for CD-R/-RW discs, DAB, DAB+, FM (with RDS) tuners with auto tuning and 100 presets, and a 2 x 30 watt amplifier. It will also play MP3 & WMA files from CD or via its front panel USB socket - to which you can connect compatible memory sticks or portable hard drives. Connect your iPod, iPad or iPhone by USB and the music is transferred digitally, to be handled by the DM39's superior digital-analogue converter for an even richer, smoother sound. The DM39 will charge your iOS device even when the system is in standby.
Round the back there are a host of inputs, including an optical digital audio input allowing you to connect TVs, set-top boxes, blu-ray/DVD players, game consoles, network streamers or any other device with an optical output and have their audio delivered by the DM39. For analogue devices there's an analogue stereo input. Plus, if you want to add more bass there's a subwoofer output too.
The quality binding post speaker terminals allow for a better, cleaner connection of your speakers than the spring clip connections usually found in micro systems.
From a series of systems that have become the de facto standard in micro hifi and with numerous sound enhancing improvements, the Denon DM39 DAB is a top-notch micro system that doesn't disappoint and is ready for use with your own choice of speakers.