Posted Tue Aug 12, 2014 at 07:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The company has detailed two new additions to its Heos brand of wireless audio products.
Denon has announced two more products for its Heos collection. The upcoming devices include the Heos Link and the Heos Amp.
The Heos line offers a wireless multiroom audio solution for customers, allowing them to stream music from tablets, smartphones, USB storage, and internet services through the Heos controller app for Android and iOS. Denon's Heos Link will let users add Wi-Fi music playback to existing stereo systems. The device includes an integrated stereo preamplifier and Wi-Fi receiver, along with analog, digital coaxial and digital optical outputs for connecting to a stereo. Meanwhile, the Heos Amp is a 2x100-watt Class D stereo amplifier that adds Heos support to any set of passive speakers. Both products join the recently released Heos 3 ($299), Heos 5 ($399), and Heos 7 ($599) wireless speakers.
The Heos Link ($349) and the Heos Amp ($449) will be available later this month.
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