The Denon CEOL RCD-N7 is a splendid hifi system which will play your music from multiple sources. Wherever you put it, the RCD-N7 will be able to access masses of tracks and will entertain you with its rich and dynamic sound.
The RCD-N7 features a CD player with support for CD-R/-RW discs, a FM (with RDS) and AM tuner with auto tuning and 99 presets, an iPod dock, wired or wireless networking and a 2 x 65 watt amplifier. It will also play MP3 & WMA files from CD or via its front panel USB socket. There's also a stereo minijack connection for non-USB MP3 players. If you want to add more bass there's a subwoofer output, as well as stereo outputs for connection to a recorder such as a MiniDisc, PC, MP3 or cassette deck. It also features two analogue stereo and one optical digital inputs for connecting external sources. With an optional firmware upgrade the RCD-N7 can use Apple's Airplay media sharing protocol, so you can control what is being played from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
With its excellent, compact design, superb build quality and terrific audio performance, the Denon RCD-N7 is a top-notch system.
For a complete compact system, you can add the SC-N7 speakers
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||2 x 65 watts (4 Ohms, 1kHz)
||Plays CD/CD-R/CD-RW, MP3, WMA discs (MP3, WMA, WAV & FLAC files also playable from USB devices or streamed over a network), programmable playback, random playback, repeat (track, disc, folder)
||Can use Apple's Airplay media sharing technology with an optional upgrade.
||Black or white
||Wired or wireless networking. Stream from a music server. Listen to internet radio (with an internet connection)
Stereo speaker outputs (via 4mm banana plug/binding posts)
Subwoofer out (for connection to subwoofer via RCA/phono)
Stereo line out (for connection to additional amplifier or recording device)
2 x stereo line in (for connecting additional external equipment)
Digital optical audio in (via toslink)
FM & AM antenna sockets
Wireless aerial socket
Ethernet socket (RJ45)
USB in (for playback of MP3 & WMA files from compatible MP3 players, memory sticks and portable hard drives. Music is sent digitally from the iPod to the RCD-N7 then converted to analogue onboard, giving better sound than if the music had been converted to analogue by the iPod then sent as analogue to the RCD-N7)
Stereo line in (ideal for connection of MP3 players, via 3.5mm stereo minijack)
Headphones socket (via 3.5mm stereo minijack)
||Remote control with batteries, FM & AM indoor antennas, aerial for wireless connection
||FM (with RDS and Radiotext) and AM reception
99 preset FM/AM stations
Auto tuning and preset modes
|W x H x D (mm)
||280 x 105 x 308
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