Denon announces CEOL N10 network music system

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Denon has announced its new generation lifestyle network music system: the CEOL N10, consisting of a receiver and CD player. The system is based on the previous four CEOL systems, with added voice controls for Amazon Alexa and HEOS technology for multiroom streaming.

Denon CEOL N10

The Denon CEOL N10 has a large number of options for playing music including WiFi and ethernet (for example, for a NAS or computer NAS (Network Attached Storage), the HEOS app, Airplay 2, Bluetooth and the USB input.The CEOL also supports various music streaming services, such as Spotify and Tidal, plus Internet radio and FM / AM radio In order to display physical media there is also a built-in CD player.

The CEOL N10 has a simplistic appearance, but quality is central according to the manufacturer, so we see a newly developed touch-sensitive and backlit control panel on the top of the device, ensuring intuitive, fast operation without interrupting the tight finish.

Also the digital amplifier is comple it is newly designed and includes built-in digital EQ processing. Thanks to the combination of a woofer of 12cm / mid-range driver and a tweeter of 3cm, plus a crossover network with selected components, the audio reproduction has to be optimized. Furthermore, the CEOL N10 has two optical inputs and an infrared learning function.

Price and availability

The Denon CEOL N10 has a suggested retail price of 599 euros and is available from mid-August 2018. The CEOL system is now also available in gray, next to white and black. CLICK HERE