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Denon DM40 silver mini hi-fi with DAB now £149.00, in-store only at Richer Sounds

£149.00 @ Richer Sounds
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#1
Good price. Was tempted by one of these a while back, with the optical input you can connect it to a chromecast audio and use Spotify from your phone.
#2
M_z
Good price. Was tempted by one of these a while back, with the optical input you can connect it to a chromecast audio and use Spotify from your phone.

You don't need optical to use a Chromecast audio.
2 Likes #3
Jonnyblock
M_z
Good price. Was tempted by one of these a while back, with the optical input you can connect it to a chromecast audio and use Spotify from your phone.
You don't need optical to use a Chromecast audio.

Indeed you don't. But this most likely has a better DAC in it. If it does, you're better off using optical.
#4
M_z
Good price. Was tempted by one of these a while back, with the optical input you can connect it to a chromecast audio and use Spotify from your phone.

Only works with Spotify premium. I borrowed a Chromecast Audio from a friend and was really shocked at how few apps support it. Youtube, Amazon Music and Groove don't work either.
#5
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
6 Likes #6
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?

Sure. Not everyone is happy with soundbars and Sonos devices.

Edited By: rev6 on Apr 14, 2017 14:15
#7
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
I was going to say yes as I thought it was just a DAB and FM tuner (no amp) but I see it's wireless so you can connect to it from anywhere on your network to receive DAB and FM radio directly rather than over the Internet, which has advantages
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jasee
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
I was going to say yes as I thought it was just a DAB and FM tuner (no amp) but I see it's wireless so you can connect to it from anywhere on your network to receive DAB and FM radio directly rather than over the Internet, which has advantages
It's not wireless (unless you count traditional radio) but as others have said, that's easily remedied. Also works well when connecting an iPod or iPad via the USB socket.
#9
Welliesorter
jasee
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
I was going to say yes as I thought it was just a DAB and FM tuner (no amp) but I see it's wireless so you can connect to it from anywhere on your network to receive DAB and FM radio directly rather than over the Internet, which has advantages
It's not wireless (unless you count traditional radio) but as others have said, that's easily remedied. Also works well when connecting an iPod or iPad via the USB socket.
Yes, seems I've got it all wrong :( it's just a mini hi-fi system with 30 watt output with dab and fm radio and a cd player

Edited By: jasee on Apr 14, 2017 16:13
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jasee
Welliesorter
jasee
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
I was going to say yes as I thought it was just a DAB and FM tuner (no amp) but I see it's wireless so you can connect to it from anywhere on your network to receive DAB and FM radio directly rather than over the Internet, which has advantages
It's not wireless (unless you count traditional radio) but as others have said, that's easily remedied. Also works well when connecting an iPod or iPad via the USB socket.
Yes, seems I've got it all wrong :( it's just a mini hi-fi system with 30 watt output with dab and fm radio and a cd player

You can connect it to a PC or TV for example. Or like someone said, a Chromecast audio. Or even some cheap Bluetooth receiver.


Edited By: rev6 on Apr 14, 2017 16:38
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Bought my dad one of these and a set of speakers a few years ago. Cracking little system. He absolutely loves it. Great alternative to a Bluetooth speaker.
1 Like #12
rev6
jasee
Welliesorter
jasee
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?
I was going to say yes as I thought it was just a DAB and FM tuner (no amp) but I see it's wireless so you can connect to it from anywhere on your network to receive DAB and FM radio directly rather than over the Internet, which has advantages
It's not wireless (unless you count traditional radio) but as others have said, that's easily remedied. Also works well when connecting an iPod or iPad via the USB socket.
Yes, seems I've got it all wrong :( it's just a mini hi-fi system with 30 watt output with dab and fm radio and a cd player
You can connect it to a PC or TV for example. Or like someone said, a Chromecast audio. Or even some cheap Bluetooth receiver.
Exactly. Don't let the lack of built-in wireless put you off. I have my TV connected to one optical input and a Chromecast audio in the other. I'm using it with a pair of 20-year-old Wharfedale speakers and am really impressed.
#13
Can you plug an iPhone into this at all?
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markoUK
Can you plug an iPhone into this at all?

Yes, wired, using USB or a 3.5m male to RCA male cable.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/s/ref=is_s_ss_i_4_6?k=3.5mm+to+rca&sprefix=3.5mm+

Wireless possibly a Bluetooth receiver like this

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00Y29NXEA/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1492201045&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bluetooth+receiver&dpPl=1&dpID=41kqwMjV5RL&ref=plSrch

You can buy optical versions or use a 3.5mm female to RCA male cable to connect the receiver to the Denon. Then you would connect the phone to the Bluetooth adapter and play your music.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00OHW3Q4E/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1492201233&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=3.5mm+female+to+rca&dpPl=1&dpID=41TK4283PiL&ref=plSrch

That's if the iPhone supports Bluetooth like this. Android does.



Edited By: rev6 on Apr 14, 2017 21:42: edit
1 Like #15
markoUK
Can you plug an iPhone into this at all?
The USB socket works fine with my iPad mini so it should be OK with an iPhone.
1 Like #16
manbearpig
So old fashioned. Does anyone still have these things in their houses?


Some people like to play music on half decent speakers instead of rough 192kbit mp3 or sometimes worse when streaming over some tinny Bluetooth speaker.
#17
kristmace
M_z
Good price. Was tempted by one of these a while back, with the optical input you can connect it to a chromecast audio and use Spotify from your phone.

Only works with Spotify premium. I borrowed a Chromecast Audio from a friend and was really shocked at how few apps support it. Youtube, Amazon Music and Groove don't work either.


That's why I bought the Audiocast M5 device over chrome cast audio. AirPlay all media on iOS device inc streaming non premium Spotify.
#18
rev6
markoUK
Can you plug an iPhone into this at all?
Yes, wired, using USB or a 3.5m male to RCA male cable.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/s/ref=is_s_ss_i_4_6?k=3.5mm+to+rca&sprefix=3.5mm+
Wireless possibly a Bluetooth receiver like thishttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00Y29NXEA/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1492201045&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=bluetooth+receiver&dpPl=1&dpID=41kqwMjV5RL&ref=plSrch
You can buy optical versions or use a 3.5mm female to RCA male cable to connect the receiver to the Denon. Then you would connect the phone to the Bluetooth adapter and play your music.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00OHW3Q4E/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1492201233&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=3.5mm+female+to+rca&dpPl=1&dpID=41TK4283PiL&ref=plSrch
That's if the iPhone supports Bluetooth like this. Android does.

Excellent post - thank you
#19
does this have WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity?
#20
maltikism
does this have WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity?
It has none of those.
#21
Voted hot. DAB +
#22
maltikism
does this have WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity?


You can just buy Bluetooth transmitter and receiver for £5 for Bluetooth connectivity

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