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Denon Unveils New Blu-ray Mini System

By Mendelson Tiu | Tuesday | 09/11/2010

Denon Electronics has announced that its first Blu-ray two-channel mini system, the D-X1000BD, is now available in Australia.



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This mini system claims to offer 70W to each of its two channels and supports a variety of digital media such as Blu-ray Disc (including BD Live), DVD and CD. It also comes with two USB ports with one at the front supporting iPod/iPhone digital direct play and the other, USB memory.

The mini system is easy to operate, with the D-X1000BD detecting every media type automatically and automatically selects the optimum playback mode, meaning total convenience. The system remote control has clever 'quick select' buttons and a cursor navigation to help easily make adjustments if needed. An intuitive graphical user interface elegantly adds to the ease of use.

Through the optional Denon ASD-51N/51W docking station you can even access network streaming content. For a very private listening experience, the Blu-ray receiver features Dolby Headphone, a revolutionary signal processing technology that delivers 5.1 channel surround sound over any pair of headphones.

The perfectly matched speakers offer serious hi-fi quality using technology from Denon's high-end CX stereo series. With this system, listeners can even enjoy surround sound with Dolby Virtual Speaker, another signal processing technology that delivers 5.1-channel surround sound from just two speakers. In case there is a need for additional bass, the system may be upgraded to 2.1 channels by attaching a subwoofer to the available pre-out port.

The D-X1000BD is available now from authorised Denon specialist dealers with an RRP of $1,499. Denon consumer products are covered by a two year warranty with an additional year of warranty provided when consumers register their purchase online with the distributor, Audio Products Group. 

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