Denon RC-DM41DAB Micro Hi-Fi CD Receiver - Bluetooth / DAB / DAB+ / FM + Mission QX-1 Bookshelf Speakers £379 + free del @ electricshop
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Denon RC-DM41DAB Micro Hi-Fi CD Receiver - Bluetooth / DAB / DAB+ / FM + Mission QX-1 Bookshelf Speakers £379 + free del @ electricshop

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Posted 3rd Apr
Looking good on this, a change from the bundles that are on offer including the SC-M41 speakers. The mission QX-1 bookshelf ones are showing at around the £240 mark on their own, which if you bought at that price, leaves the Hi-Fi at just shy of £140.

Thought that it looked decent for price


Denon DM41 RC-DM41DAB Micro Hi-Fi

Features
High quality power output - 2 x 30 W
CD Compatibility: CD / CD-R/RW / WMA / MP3
Tuner: DAB / DAB+ / FM (RDS)
Tone Control: Bass / Treble / Balance
Clock
Sleep Timer
Programmable Timer: Once / Daily
Bluetooth

Inputs/Outputs
Analogue In/out - 1 / 0
Digital Optical In / Out - 2 / 0
Subwoofer PreOut
Speaker Terminal: Screw Type
Headphone Out

Specifications
Power Output (6 ohm, 1kHz) - 30 W
Number of channels - 2
Freq. Response (Analogue In) - 20 Hz - 20 kHz
Receiving Range Band III
Frequency Range FM - 87.5 Mhz - 108.0 MHz

General
Available Colours: Black / Premium Silver
Remote Control - RC-1162
Power Consumption in W - 70W
Standby Consumption in W - 0.3W
Maximum Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm - 210mm x 308mm x 115mm
Weight in kg - 4.0kg



Speakers

QX-1
General description: 2-way bookshelf Speaker
Enclosure type: bass reflex
Transducer complement: 2-way
Bass drive: 5"(130mm) Long Fiber Composite Cone
Treble driver: 1.5" (38mm) Textile Ring Dome
AV Shield: No
Sensitivity (2.0V @ 1m): 87dB
Recommended amplifer power: 25-100W
Peak SPL: 95dB
Nominal impedance: 8Ω Compatible
Minimum impedance: 3.9Ω
Frequency response(+/-3dB): 55Hz - 24kHz
Bass extension(-6dB): 48
Crossover frequency: 2.4kHz
Cabinet Volume (in litres): 8.1L
Height (on plinth): 280mm
Width: 195mm
Depth (with terminals): (250+5)mm
Carton size: 530*360*380mm
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2 Comments
Is the Denon CEOL RCD-N10 worth the extra £100 over this unit?
I’ve got the previous iteration of the hifi and it’s great - works well with a pair of good bookshelf speakers & subwoofer in my kitchen diner to pump up the volume, connected to an echo input.
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