The new HEOS Drive is a four-zone, eight-channel multi-room amplifier, which covers all HEOS zones with a single 2U tall, rack mountable chassis.
It’s very similar to the HEOS Amp and HEOS link in the way the amplifier actually functions.
It features four HEOS zones, an eight-channel Class-D amplifier and has access to streaming music services including Spotify, Pandora, TIDAL and TuneIn.
HEOS 1 has become one of the most affordable speakers in Denon’s connected range, offering bang for buck as well as portability.
Combining the HEOS 1 with the HEOS Go Pack enables users to take the speaker outside and poolside thanks to the included rechargeable battery and slash guard.
The final new addition to the HEOS range is the HEOS HomeCinema, which is Denon’s first ever soundbar.
Denon has added an HDMI input, HDMI output and HDMI ARC in an attempt to make it stand out from the crowd.
The 2.1 speaker system features bi-amplified mid-woofers and tweeters with advanced DSP processing. It also includes a wireless subwoofer.
Featuring Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS decoding, HEOS HomeCinema decodes movie and music surround soundtracks into original discrete channels and applies Denon’s proprietary DSP, which promises to deliver an immersive surround sound experience.
Installers interested in HEOS by Denon can find out more by contacting AWE Europe.