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800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

Denon has announced the PMA-800NE amplifier, DNP-800NE network player and DCD-800NE CD player

The PMA-800NE is powered by 85W per channel output (into 4 Ohms). Joining the built-in moving coil/moving magnet phono are four digital inputs – three optical and one coaxial – and the onboard DAC is compatible with files at up to 24bit/192kHz. The digital section can be switched off to minimize interference when listening to analogue sources, while the control microprocessor powers off when not in use.

800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

The DNP-800NE network audio player can play files stored on your home network and stream content from services such as Spotify, Amazon Music, Napster, SoundCloud, Deezer, Tidal and TuneIn Internet radio. You can also enjoy music wirelessly from your portable devices via Bluetooth or AirPlay 2.

800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

The DNP-800NE can play MP3, WMA and AAC, ALAC, WAV and FLAC HD (up to 24bit/192kHz) and DSD 2.8/5.6MHz, with gapless playback of DSD, WAV, FLAC and ALAC files from network streaming and USB.

800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

HEOS integration allows the DNP-800NE to combine with other HEOS-capable devices, including wireless speakers and many components from Denon, to create multiroom music systems. It’s all controlled by the free HEOS app on a smartphone or tablet or you can use an Alexa voice-control device to decide where your music plays, adjust volume and skip tracks.

800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

Available in black or premium silver.

800NE Amp, CD & Network From Denon

The PMA-800NE (£449), DNP-800NE £449) and DCD-800NE (£349) is available now.

For more information click www.denon.com

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  • Reply
    7th October 2018 at 11:03 pm

    Paul, will you be reviewing the Denon PMA800NE? Would love to see one. Nobody has yet.

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      8th October 2018 at 10:15 am

      I’ll certainly put it on the ‘to do’ list, Joel.

  • Reply
    Mike Lloyd
    15th October 2018 at 2:57 am

    They missed the mark on both the 800 and 1600 by excluding preouts. Come on Denon! Rip out the silly DAC and put in some preamp outputs.

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