Denon offers versatility in next-gen network music system

Denon has launched it next generation of lifestyle network music systems, the CEOL N11 DAB.

Building on the success of previous iterations, the CEOL N11 DAB adds DAB+/DAB radio to its existing features including built-in Amazon Alexa and Google Home voice control, as well as HEOS built-in technology for multiroom streaming. 

With an array of listening options, users can stream via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, and a USB, giving the choice of a computer, mobile device, NAS, or the internet as the source of music.

Homeowners can listen to internet radio or stream music from services such as Spotify, Amazon Music HD, and Tidal, as well as listen to DAB+/DAB digital radio station or analogue FM/AM radio. To make sure all options are covered, it also includes a built-in CD player.


True hi-fi sound is produced using a powerful Digital Processing Amplifier incorporating on-board digital EQ processing, tuned to optimise the sound from the Denon SC-N10 two-way speaker system.

Not only does this speaker system complement the look of the CEOL, but it also matches it in sound. Each speaker houses a high-quality 12cm woofer/midrange driver and a 3cm high-definition tweeter to reproduce sound with clarity and weight, as well as perfect tonal balance. 

Featuring a striking industrial design, the CEOL N11 DAB has an illuminated touch-sensitive control panel sitting at the top of the unit for swift control, as well as an OLED display offering playback information.

The CEOL N11 DAB will be priced at £529 / €529 and the optional SC-N10 speakers to go with it will be priced at £99 / €99. Both will be available from August in grey, white, or black. 

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