Denon announced the D-M39S all-in-one desktop music system designed for tabletop use, or as a second audio system in a bedroom, den or kitchen. The shelf system is equipped with a powerful amplifier section, two premium speakers, built-in CD player and supports connections to HDTVs, Blu-ray players, MP3 players, thumb drives, and a variety of other devices.
The D-M39S’s extensive array of connectivity options includes a stereo line input, as well as an optical digital input for an audio source such as HDTV, Blu-ray, cable or satellite tuner. The front panel also features a USB port for direct connection to portable digital devices and thumb drives, and is compatible for connection to an iPhone or iPad. When an iPod, iPod touch, iPhone or iPad is connected during use, the system charges the device. Notably, even during standby mode, the unit continues to charge the device until it’s fully charged, then returns to normal energy-saving standby mode of lowest power consumption (less than 1/3 watt).
The D-M39S system has a built-in FM stereo tuner with 40 station presets, an automatic timer play function that can be set to activate daily or one time, along with a sleep timer function. The dimmable front panel display features a high resolution two-line alpha-numeric readout of music track titles as well as radio station information, and the remote control provides easy control of all major functions, with direct source selection buttons along with an intuitive keypad design.
Despite its compact and unassuming size, the elegant D-M39S Desktop Music System boasts a powerful audio amplifier section that delivers a robust 30W + 30W of power. The digital audio section features the latest 192 kHz/32 bit D/A conversion technology for crystal clear reproduction of high resolution audio formats. The matching speakers feature high power woofers paired with high resolution wide dispersion soft dome tweeters. The woofers feature die cast alloy frames with massive magnetic motor structures that help deliver deep powerful bass response, and the wide range tweeters feature response extending to 40 kHz for optimum reproduction of high resolution music file formats.
The main system unit includes adjustable bass and treble controls, and features Denon’s exclusive Super Dynamic Bass technology for improved deep bass definition, allowing a full range sound quality even at reduced volume levels. For listeners who want to add an extra layer of low-frequency punch, there’s a subwoofer output as well, and all speaker connections feature heavy duty multi-way binding posts.
Price and Availability
The Denon D-M39S Micro Component System is available for $399.99 (check price).