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.
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!