Denon introduces CEOL Carino Bluetooth audio system with NFC connectivity

Denon has added to its CEOL family with the CEOL Carino computer and Bluetooth audio system.

Its name has been formed from the Gaelic word for music, combined with the word for cute and that is exactly what they are, small and cute.

The CEOL Carino connects to your computer via a USB cable and the system comes with Bluetooth aptX technology, allowing you to stream music from your smart device even when your computer is turned off.

Pairing is simple thanks to the NFC technology on board and Denon says the speakers incorporate traditional Hi-Fi technology in driver design and placement to bring the "best in compact computer audio".

There is a USB-B input for PC-Direct connectivity, which will bypass your computer's speakers and they come complete with a USB-A to USB-B cable so you can hook everything up quickly.

In terms of sound delivery, the CEOL Carino delivers 25W per channel, which is assisted with selectable DSP settings and there also are passive bass radiators on board.

The CEOL Carino speakers sit on dual angle stands with cable storage and you'll also find a headphone jack and subwoofer pre-output for system expansion.

You'll find CEOL Carino in black and white for £299 from June.



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