CEDIA 2007 – Denon’s easy surround sound upgrade

A phrase I hate is "wife acceptance factor" (WAF) - the degree to which a gadget is permitted home space by virtue of its ease of use, attractiveness or general benefits - when really what we're talking about is non-technophile acceptance factor.  Surround-sound setups are a good example of this; yes, the average SlashGear reader will put up with the wires and sprouting speakers because the audio is worth it, but others are less forgiving.  So Denon's DHT-FS3 Active Surround Sound System is likely to win admirers among the gadget-savvy and otherwise, being a discrete black bar that sits under your TV and gives the impression of a full cavalcade of speakers.


CEDIA 2007 – Denon introduce networked media streamers

You're nobody in the media world until you can stream songs from one corner of the house to another, and HiFi mainstay Denon have obviously had enough of the playground taunts.  At CEDIA 2007 today they're launching two networked A/V products, one wired and one wireless, that not only will allow you to play music stored elsewhere on your home network but also from your iPod via an on-board dock.


Denon DN-HC4500

The Denon DN-HC4500 is a media player/controller for DJs. This is the first USB/MIDI audio interface for computers that was designed for both club and mobile DJs.

Not only was it made to work on PCs, but both Windows and Mac based PCs. There is internal 24 bit processing as well as BU4500 drive support.

Denon ASD-3N and ASD-3W iPod network Docks

Denon ASD-3N and ASD-3W iPod network Docks

Denon launches two network enabled iPod docks. The ASD-3N is an Ethernet based dock and the ASD-3W features 802.11g. The docks can connect to any receiver, stereo system, or TV to stream audio and video from the user's network.

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