DENON Home Now Available from SpatialOnline

April 29, 2020 2 min read

The new Denon Home family of speakers consists of three smart wireless speakers based on the existing HEOS platform. The new Home 150 (£219), 250 (£449) and the largest of the three, the Home 350 (£599) offer a new toned down and modern design aesthetic over previous HEOS speakers

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Each wireless smart speaker is available in black or white snd engineered to Denon’s usual high standards and features an expertly tuned DSP paired with premium drivers that promises the Denon Home speakers deliver amazing, room-filling sound from a compact design.

The Denon Home 150 features a dynamic 1” tweeter and a powerful 3½” mid-bass driver, while the midpoint in the range, the Denon Home 250 packs in two ¾” tweeters, two powerful 4” woofers, a 5¼” passive bass radiator for added bass support.

For those that really want to bring down the house then you might want to consider the Denon Home 350, with its two ¾” tweeters, two robust 2” mid-bass drivers and two powerful 6½” woofers, this is as good as wireless speakers get.

 

 

The Denon Home speakers all feature touch sensitive buttons that can be programmed to recall your favourite internet radio stations for quick and easy access without the need to pull out your smartphone. There are three buttons on the 150 and 250 with 6 on the larger Home 350.

All three models in the Denon Home range have support for all the usual streaming suspects via the HEOS app, with Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music HD, TIDAL, TuneIn and Deezer all built in. For added flexibility Apple Airplay 2 and Bluetooth also feature, along with a 3.5mm connection.

File support is excellent, and those with hi-res libraries are well catered for, with up to 192kHz/24-bit FLAC, WAV, ALAC and DSD 2.8/5.6MHz files able to be streamed to individual speakers or as part of a multiroom system

For those of you who like to live in the future, all three Denon Home speakers have full Voice Control capabilities from the three biggest names in the biz. Amazon Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant are all present here, making the Denon Home system pretty brand neutral depending on which ecosystem you prefer.

Stereo pairs can be created by combining an additional matching speaker in the range, as is the ability to use the Denon Home speakers as rear surround effect speakers with the Denon DHT-S716H sound bar and a DSW-1H subwoofer.

Denon Home speakers are also fully compatible with all Denon and Marantz HEOS products both old and new, offering huge scope and flexibility for building a full multiroom system with added voice control functionality.

At SpatialOnline we see the new Denon Home speakers as a great addition to the current multiroom market, with it’s punch sound and wide compatibility it makes an excellent choice for any room.