Denon Streaming Now Built Into New Integrated Amplifier
Alongside the debut of the PMA-1700NE traditional integrated Amplifier at High-End Munich 2022, Denon have announced the PMA-900HNE, a high-end integrated amplifier that features network streaming and HEOS whole-house audio connectivity.
The PMA-900HNE features an Advanced High Current Single Ended Push-Pull Amplifier with 85 watts of power-per-channel into 4 ohms. Featuring two-channel amplification, users are able to connect to two sets of speakers and switch between them or have all four powered at once.
Denon have included Source Direct, which ensures optimal analog quality by turning off unnecessary digital audio input and processing features of the amplifier that may affect the analog audio quality, making it perfect for vinyl lovers. Furthermore, the Premium DAC feature enhances digital-to-analog audio conversion quality.
Inputs include 1x Phono, 3x RCA Line In, 3x Optical, 1x Coaxial, 1x Headphone and 1x USB Type-A. The addition of a subwoofer via RCA audio output will deliver a 2.1 channel surround audio setup.
The PMA-900HNE boasts streaming support for Amazon Music, Deezer, Pandora, Tidal, TuneIn, Soundcloud, Spotify and more. There is also support for voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri.
“The [PMA-900HNE] is the perfect starting building block for the new generation of music enthusiasts, giving access to digital music and streaming with the superb Denon sound at an affordable price,” says Denon’s Brand President, Trip Randall.
The Denon PMA-900HNE will be available from July at around $1,499 AUD.