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Music and distraction is exactly what Denon’s all-in-one system delivers, loaded as is with full streaming capabilities alongside more traditional inputs, plus CD and radio playback. In front of

Complete all-in-one system CD player, FM/DAB+ and HEOS Solid enough hi-fi sound

Against

No upgrade options in components

In the old days of hi-fi there was a constant war of words and indeed, a philosophical divide between two types of musical equipment. In one camp were hi-fi dividers – the real path.

In the other: midi systems, the great hulking all-in-one stacks topped with a turntable, beneath which were arranged successive layers of dual cassette, graphic equalizer, and amplifier, sometimes with more than their fair share of flashing lights, and along with huge but often lightweight loudspeakers made of fairly thin MDF.

Later, as CD players replaced turntables, these midi systems shrank into mini systems and eventually micro systems (and even micro-separations for a while), until the entire all-in-one genre was eventually supplanted by the one. -box wireless music systems today.

Thus, Denon’s CEOL N11DAB system is a survivor in terms of product genre, but reinvents the breed thanks to updated capabilities that are thoroughly modern and all-encompassing for today’s world of streaming and file replay.

What’s more, the inclusion of external inputs and even the quality of the amplification are more separated than the mini system, while the included SC-N10 speakers are not MDF lightweights. And as we’ll see, it’s a combination that seriously challenges the box-bound sound of much more trendy one-box solutions.

Equipment

We had not previously explored the etymological origin of Denon’s continuous CEOL series systems. The only relevant derivation we could find is the Irish Gaelic word ‘ceol’, originally ceól, meaning ‘music’ or ‘musical instrument’. Spending the night on Dublin’s cobbled streets, you’re looking for craic agus ceol – music and distraction (craic is often translated as ‘nice’, but it’s broader than that, with a meaning closer to ‘pleasant’ lies. social activities”).

This Gaelic derivation has been attached to us (apparently off-the-record), so this also affects how you should say the word, as the pronunciation is less like ‘seal’ and more like ‘ki-yol’, rhyming with ‘ doll’.

And with that, we end the language lesson here and move on to electronics.

The CEOL N11DAB does so much that it might be easier to describe what it doesn’t do. So – it won’t play vinyl. Or cassette tapes. Or AM radio.

Everything else is pretty much covered, much of it due to the inclusion of the Denon/Marantz wireless multi-room platform HEOS. You can arrange this via the HEOS app on your phone or tablet, and it is one of the best and simplest control apps for such platforms.

Once the device is connected via Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi, the Denon device can use HEOS to access Spotify, TuneIn, Amazon Music, Deezer, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Tidal, music on your device, network music from shared folders on a computer or NAS drive and music from a connected USB stick or drive.

We really appreciate that HEOS is properly localized and doesn’t show services that aren’t available to Australia (like most rivals, much to the continued irritation of users).

To use Spotify, the HEOS app simply opens your normal Spotify app and select the Denon as the playback device. We were delighted to find that this works for both free Spotify and subscriptions, which isn’t always the case with other streaming platforms.

As for more traditional sources, there are screw-in antennas for the dual radio tuners on board the Denon, providing HEOS FM internet radio and digital DAB+ radio alongside. There is no AM here, but all AM stations are almost certainly available in better quality via the internet or DAB+ radio.

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Part Number

JBLFLIP5BK

Model

JBLFLIP4BK

Color

Is Adult Product
Release Date

2018-07-31T00:00:01Z

Size

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