Denon Home is a new range of multi-room speakers of the Japanese brand. The new wifi speakers are also based on the HEOS platform: Home 150, Home 250 and Home 350.
Compatibility with HEOS speakers is guaranteed, so this way it will be possible to integrate it into existing systems. If you have a HEOS soundbar, such as the HomeCinema HS2, you can connect two speakers wirelessly to use them as surround channels. Through the HEOS app, you can also take advantage of all the supported services, including Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, TuneIn and Deezer.[True Wireless Headphones: Buying Guide]
All new wifi speakers are equipped with dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity, Bluetooth and AirPlay 2 support. A USB port, an Ethernet port and an analog input on a 3.5 mm jack are added. The Denon Home can handle high-resolution files up to 192 kHz / 24-bit in FLAC, WAV, ALAC, and DSD formats at 2.8 or 5.6 MHz. Thanks to the integrated microphones it is possible to interact with Google Assistant and Siri. Compatibility with Alexa will come later through an update.
Denon Home 150 wireless speaker system is the most compact product. It measures 120 x 187 x 120 mm and is equipped with a double Class D amplifier. This is essentially a mono speaker that reproduces the sounds through a 25-millimeter tweeter and an 89-millimeter woofer. Like all other Home products, it allows you to combine a second speaker in stereo mode.
Denon Home 250 wireless stereo speakers that measure 295 x 216 x 120 millimeters. To drive it are 4 Class D amplifiers, inside there are two 19 mm tweeters, two 100 mm woofers and one 133 mm passive radiator.
Complete the list with the Denon Home 350 Bluetooth wireless speaker is the most performing product. The dimensions rise to 380 x 225 x 180 millimeters, 6 Class D amplifiers manage the two 19 mm tweeters, two 50 mm midrange speakers and two 165 mm woofers.
List price is as follows:
- Denon Home 150: $249
- Denon Home 250: $499
- Denon Home 350: $699
- These will be soon available to buy via Amazon online store.