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Denon’s Connected Music System


The very latest called the CEOL N9 lifestyle Network CD
Music System takes this winning formula to a whole new level offering the most
fastidious music lovers a grand sounding, beautifully equipped and styled music
system for $1,099.


No idle boast given the new Denon’s ability to playback
content streamed from these sources: NAS computers, mobile devices and the
internet via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Bluetooth and USB.


The lovely CEOL has Spotify Connect, Internet and FM/AM
radio and a CD player so it covers most of today’s musical bases.


All these features are built into a slick console featuring
top panel controls built into a sleek dual-layered acrylic top panel, and
flanked by a powerful hi-fi speaker system.


Dig a little deeper into the CEOL’s long list of features
and you find it has Airplay for establishing a direct link to iDevices and
iTunes. CEOL is also compatible with Windows 8/RT and will support Spotify
connect, Bluetooth and NFC.


And yes, it allows Internet radio and network audio streaming
via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. Files supported include Mp3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, 192/24,
AIFF 192/24 and ALAC 96/24.


Turn to the CD player and you’ll find it plays back
CD-R/CD-RW (WMA or MP3) discs. The CEOL will charge iPods in standby mode and
can be controlled from most smart devices via the Denon Hi-Fi Remote App.


Power output is a generous 65 watts for each of its two


For more info: au.denon.com/