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This hi-fi system includes a hard drive that can hold up to 10,000 songs, and rips your CDs and CD-Rs straight onto it. It offers support for AAC, MP3 and WMA files, and you'll also find DAB digital radio, FM and Internet radio capabilities. For connecting youror your decks, it integrates a USB port and phono turntable input -- a rarity on stereos these days, and perfect for DJs and vinyl enthusiasts.
Although it may be small in stature, this Denon hi-fi is a real looker. The sleek-lined, aluminium finish is sure to provoke extreme jealousy from any neighbout. And tuned with signature Denon precision, its two speakers and amplifiers will fill your orifices with every nuance of sound from your favourite albums.
Keeping your carbon footprint ballet-slipper svelte, the system uses Denon's ECO Stand-by power circuit, which burns less than 0.1W in standby. Not bad for a hard-drive device.
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