Denon N7 Network Music System Now Features Free AirPlay Upgrade

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Denon N7 Network Music System Now Features Free AirPlay Upgrade


Denon_N7_Networked_Music_System_black.jpgDenon Electronics recently announced that its N7 Networked CD Receiver and 2.0 Channel Speaker System, consisting of the new RCD-N7 CD Receiver (SRP: $599) and SC-N7 Stereo Loudspeakers (SRP: $199/pair), is now available with a sleek black cosmetic, as well as the original white "mod style." In addition to the availability of the new black version, all new N7 systems now come with a free AirPlay upgrade (regular price $49.99).

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With the free AirPlay upgrade, users can access their iTunes music libraries whether from Mac or PC, as well as music stored on their iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, to select components through their Wi-Fi enabled networks. Users do not even need to be in the same room as their components to play, pause, skip, and stop the songs in their iTunes libraries. They may even view iTunes music information, including album art, track titles, and artist info on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or with their Denon components with video output.

In addition to full iPod/iPhone connectivity, the RCD-N7 allows users to listen to today's popular online music services such as Rhapsody, Napster and Pandora. The RCD-N7 also provides users with the capability to playback CD, enjoy AM/FM radio and more. Most importantly, the receiver features full digital processing, which provides a pure signal transfer and optimum audio performance from all sources.

By utilizing the Denon Remote App, N7 system users can access and control music via their iPod or iPhone. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) allows for easy and secure establishment of a wireless home network, and a 3-line OLED display makes it easy to see exactly where the music is coming from. The unit's Plug 'n Play capability means that when an iPhone or iPod are plugged in, it begins to play automatically. The simple and intuitive remote control has a "Direct" button for instant access to the music source.

The new RCD-N7 CD Receiver has a suggested retail price of $599 and SC-N7 Stereo loudspeakers a suggested retail price of $199/pair.

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