Denon Launches Home 150 NV

Denon Home 150 NV plays music wirelessly with vivid, room-filling sound, has HEOS Built-in and can partner products such as soundbars acting as a rear channel. Streaming services like Spotify, Amazon Music HD, Pandora, TIDAL are available as is content stored locally on a phone or network.

With HEOS Built-in, users can immerse the entire home in the sound of favourite songs or wirelessly connect with compatible speakers, network players, or AV receivers – no cables necessary. The ability to stereo pair two Home 150 NV speakers means they can double up as audiophile-quality rear channels when used with a soundbar.

Coming in living room-friendly black and white colourways with fabric grilles, the Denon Home 150 NV is available from 10th July for £189.

The Denon Home 150 NV delivers the same sound quality as the Denon Home 150, but without microphones and voice assistants for those who don’t require them. The Denon Home 150 NV supports

ALAC, FLAC, and WAV files up to 192kHz/24-bit, as well as DSD 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz tracks. With three quick select buttons, users can easily store favourite internet radio stations without the hassle of searching. Owners can also use AirPlay 2 to stream Apple Music wirelessly to the Denon Home 150 NV, or group with other

AirPlay 2 compatible speakers. With HEOS Built-in, users can the same song in every room or select a different song for each connected room. Use the HEOS app to set up the Denon Home 150 NV on the home Wi-Fi network and also play music from a library with the additional USB port. Connect to enjoy MP3, WAV, AAC and WMA files, Hi-Res files like FLAC and ALAC (192kHz/24-bit), as well as DSD 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz tracks.

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