The DRA-800H network receiver includes a FM/DAB+ radio, a phono input, digital inputs including HDMI and more
According to the company, the DRA-800H includes, “…custom resistors and audiophile grade capacitors…” while the, “…newly designed power-amplifier section features a Left/Right symmetrical design and Denon custom capacitors. With an Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) winding power transformer…the DRA-800H delivers 100W.”
You’ll find a 32bit AKM AK4458 supporting ALAC, FLAC and WAV at up to 24bit/196kHz and 2.8/5.6-MHz DSD files. You can also plug in USB sticks into the front port. The network receiver also supports other file types like MP3 and WMA.
It also includes five HDMI inputs and one output, which support 4K Ultra HD 60Hz video, 4:4:4 Pure Color sub sampling, High Dynamic Range (HDR10), Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), 3D and BT.2020 pass-through support. HDCP 2.3 processing is available on all HDMI ports, enabling users to enjoy copy-protected content. An HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC) port is included.
HEOS enables wireless multi-room music streaming across compatible HEOS components from a variety of free and premium streaming services, including Spotify Premium and free, Deezer, Amazon Music, TuneIn Internet Radio, Sound Cloud and Tidal.
The DRA-800H works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri. Listeners can use Amazon Alexa for a variety of commands, including switching inputs for different media players, while the Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri can be used to adjust the volume, skip to the next track, and more.
The DRA-800H will be available in July in a black or silver finish at £599.
For more information on the new stereo network receiver, please visit www.denon.co.uk.
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