Released April, 2005
The Pros:Can access internet radio without a PC. Great sound quality for something so portable.
The Cons:Will not connect out of the box until FIRMWARE is updated. No EQ access or separate Bass and Treble controls. Lack of web interface to manage device.
The Denon S-32 is a high-end portable stereo system with a variety of features. It has a built in alarm clock and CD player, and an LCD scrren, but is notworthy for also having a built-in Ipod dock and the ability to connect to Internet Radio.
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The system is capable of decoding MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV formats, plus those encoded in Lossless Audio codecs. The system also carries the ability to stream from PC's either through ethernet or wi-fi. The successive S-52 model adds Satellite Radio connectivity, and the ability to play media from USB, which this model lacks.
- Alarm clock
- CD player
- AM/FM tuner
- Capable of playing MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV and Lossless Audio Codec formats
- Built-in Ipod dock
- Internet Radio connectivity
- Mono-out for optional subwoofer connectivity
- Audyssey Dynamic EQ, Spatial EQ and Bass-XT technologies
User Reviews (2)
Can access internet radio without a PC
Great sound quality for something so portable
Will not connect out of the box until FIRMWARE is updated.
No EQ access or separate Bass and Treble controls.
lack of web interface to manage device.
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