”A brilliant little streaming system”. ’What Hi-Fi?’ 2021 award-winner.
Bluetooth now standard For the first time, Denon’s best-selling Hi-Fi mini system comes with Bluetooth connectivity. This lets you wirelessly connect your smartphone or tablet and stream your stored music or favourite streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer. For improved sound quality when not using Bluetooth, a simple switch lets you power down the circuits, creating less internal electrical noise.
The compact system that still puts sound first Denon’s baby Hi-Fi systems have always been renowned for putting sound first and the DM41 DAB is no different. "Simple & Straight" circuit design minimizes distortion from the input selector, electronic volume control and power amp for sound purity and very low levels of distortion. Working alongside this, Triple Noise Reduction Design (TNRD) works to preserve the signal quality for the most accurate, life-like sound.
DAB radio The Denon DM41 DAB comes with an impressive sounding tuner radio that's comprehensively equipped. Featuring DAB+, DAB and FM (RDS), the tuner has all your radio needs covered and, as ever, puts sound quality first.
Top quality CD player Many of us still have a sizeable CD collection and it’s here where the DM41 really excels. Denon’s first-rate engineering gives CDs a smooth, dynamic sound. The player is also flexible enough to playback WMA and MP3 encoded discs.
Connect up three other components Although a brilliant system in its own right, the DM41DAB reaches out to your other sources, too. If you've got a TV, games console or TV set-top box, you can plug them in using the two standard optical inputs. An analogue AUX input is also included for older sources.
Pump up the bass with an optional subwoofer By fitting a subwoofer output, Denon gives you a wider choice of speaker options. Instead of medium-sized or floorstanding speakers you can use an active subwoofer with small satellite speakers - the choice is yours.
Perfect for a second room The compact size makes the DM41 DAB ideal for serious sound in a second room. Many have used their previous Denon M-Series systems in bedrooms, studies and kitchens and have been delighted with the results. The clock, sleep timer and headphone output all help improve the systems functionality.
Proper Hi-Fi in a compact box – the Denon DM41 DAB still leads its class. Making the most of its enviable heritage, the JBL Stage A120 packs all that’s best about JBL into a compact and affordable speaker.
Stage A120 – the versatile choice Compact yet powerful, the JBL Stage A120 makes the ideal choice for smaller rooms, studios and home cinema systems. At just 285 x 170 x 170mm, they’re small enough for desktop monitoring or as surround speakers in a home cinema system. They might be small, but the powerful JBL drive units mean that they sound anything but.
Stage top end detail Giving the music you love that top end ‘bite’ you’d expect from JBL, the 25mm aluminium dome tweeters project a crisp and detailed sound. HDI (High Definition Imaging) waveguides precisely focus the sound, giving it the cohesion to match the sparkle.
Punchy bass Using 4.5 inch Polycellulose woofer units, the A120 punches hard for its size. The long throw woofers project the sound well into your room, giving you the feeling of ‘being there’ at the recording.
‘Pro-look’ cabinet Just like the JBL speakers you see at gigs, cinemas and studios around the world, the Stage A120 is finished in the professionals’ choice – matte black. The textured finish is hardwearing and is the ideal match for many black hi-fi and AV separates. White woofer detailing, curved baffles and discreet logos make the finishing touches to this classic speaker.