+ Friday December 6th, 2019

Denon has launched it’s EISA award winning Ceol N10 networked compact Hi-Fi System in Australia, adding streaming connectivity as well as Alexa and Google voice control to the sound capabilities of it’s predecessor the Ceol N9.

This is not a Hi-Fi system aimed at everyone. It will best suit someone who still wants to play CD’s occasionally, has limited space for audio equipment but wants good sound and an audio receiver that works with their TV so they don’t need a separate soundbar.

Freedom of music: Conveniently stream your music from almost any streaming service and use voice control via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to play, pause or change tracks.

Seamless connectivity: Add the HEOS control app to your smartphone and have all your music at your fingertips. Connect to your favourite music sources via Wi-Fi, AirPlay2 or Bluetooth instantly.

Intuitive touch panel: Touch-sensitive controls with a scratch-resistant surface, on top of the CEOL N10 give you direct access to all convenient commands.

Improved TV sound: Integrate the CEOL-N10 with your television and enjoy enhanced sound when watching movies or playing video games on your TV.

This compact, minimalist-designed Denon Hi-Fi mini system would blend beautifully and seamlessly into any home environment if it was available in all the variations on offer overseas: white, grey and black. However in Australia it is only available in a gloss black finish with matt black speakers, which is less than ideal.

While Denon set an RRP of $1099 the CEOL-N10 is currently being sold directly by Denon via Amazon.com.au for a touch under $900 including delivery. Otherwise you can buy it at any specialist Hi-Fi store that stocks Denon such as Videopro.com.au and Apollo Hi Fi.

For more information on the Ceol N10 Network Hi-Fi System visit the Denon Australia website.

Neerav Bhatt   Associate


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