Denon releases D-F103HRDAB Network Hi-Fi with built-in hard drive

Denon has modified its D-F102DAB mini hifi system to create the D-F103HRDAB Network Hi-Fi, which it calls "A 21st Century Stereo System".

The new set-up features a wide range of radio reception, including DAB, FM, and internet; it also plays and rips CDs to the built-in hard drive, which stores up to 10,000 songs.

Although it plays direct from your iPod with the optional ASD-1R dock, the system can be hooked up to your PC or Mac to play from your music library.

With networking capability, it can connect with the CDDB database for track information; the device supports AAC, MP3, and WMA files, and more.

A built-in USB port also allows you to hook up a wide range of devices, from portable media players to flash drives, direct to the system. Wireless functionality can also be added with an optional wireless network adaptor.

For £1000, SC-F103 speakers are included. They features a Denon Double Layer cone woofer, accurate component matching crossover, a soft-domed tweeter, and a shielded magnet for Home Cinema use. Without the speakers, the system costs £850.


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