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Denon CEOL-N11DAB mini streaming hifi

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Those mini hi-fi sets are always nice to see, just take a look at the new Denon CEOL-N11DAB with networking capabilities.

Admittedly: unfortunately most mini hi-fi sets only produce a lousy sound. Especially the cheap ones you find at the average electro-grutter. Still, it can be done better, a number of manufacturers prove. Take the new Denon CEOL-N11DAB. This is a mini-music system with networking possibilities. You’ll find a DAB/DAB+/FM tuner, as well as a CD player and streamer. It also supports Bluetooth and AirPlay 2, which makes it quite complete. Especially if you consider that also has a power amplifier and associated speakers.

All-rounder

To connect to your (home) network, you can choose between wireless lan (wifi) or wired Ethernet. Once connected, DLNA allows you to access your music collection on, for example, a NAS. Or go for internet radio, Spotify, TIDAL, Amazon HD or use the smart assistants Amazon Alexa and (or…) Google Assistant.

On the back of the Denon CEOL-N11DAB you will also find analog cinch input as well as two optical digital inputs. On the USB A port on the front, you can insert a USB stick with music files if desired. The speakers are equipped with a 12 cm mid-layer toner and a 3 cm tweeter. Furthermore, this small all-rounder naturally supports Denon’s HEOS system, which makes multiroom streaming possible.

The Denon CEOL-N11DAB is available from August this year in the colors gray, black and white for an amount of €629. If you already have speakers, the device can also be purchased without speakers. Although a matching whole is of course the most fun to see!

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