Denon Builds on its Legendary CD Receiver System Success with Even Better-Sounding, Bluetooth-Equipped D-M41
Denon, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of high-quality home entertainment products, has long set the standards for ‘full size’ performance from ultra-compact music systems. With the D-M41, the latest iteration of its legendary M-Series, it has again improved the product with Bluetooth® connectivity, an all-new analog design for more refined sound, and sleek styling reminiscent of its flagship separates. The D-M41 is expected to be available in June for $499.99.
Based on the highly successful – and multi-award-winning – D-M40, the all-new D-M41 combines the RCD-M41 CD receiver and matching SC-M41 speakers. And with the D-M41, Denon engineers have completely rethought the design, from the styling and facilities to the audio circuitry, to offer even more performance and value.
Bluetooth is integrated to allow instant wireless connectivity with smartphones, tablets and computers, as part of a package of input choices designed to offer optimal flexibility. The Bluetooth circuitry has been designed complete with an on/off selector, offering convenient wireless connection when required, plus enhanced sound from the other sources like CD, FM or digital in when it’s not in use.