Denon DM41 blk & DALI Spektor 2
“The D-M41DAB is impressive proof that great pound-for-pound hi-fi sound need not always mean several separate components” What Hi-Fi Award Winner 2017
Bluetooth now standard
For the first time, Denon’s best-selling Hi-Fi mini system comes with Bluetooth connectivity. This lets you wirelessly connect your smartphone or tablet and stream your stored music or favourite streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer. For improved sound quality when not using Bluetooth, a simple switch lets you power down the circuits, creating less internal electrical noise.
The compact system that still puts sound first
Denon’s baby Hi-Fi systems have always been renowned for putting sound first and the DM41 DAB is no different. "Simple & Straight" circuit design minimizes distortion from the input selector, electronic volume control and power amp for sound purity and very low levels of distortion. Working alongside this, Triple Noise Reduction Design (TNRD) works to preserve the signal quality for the most accurate, life-like sound.
The Denon DM41 DAB comes with an impressive sounding tuner radio that's comprehensively equipped. Featuring DAB+, DAB and FM (RDS), the tuner has all your radio needs covered and, as ever, puts sound quality first.
Top quality CD player
Many of us still have a sizeable CD collection and it’s here where the DM41 really excels. Denon’s first-rate engineering gives CDs a smooth, dynamic sound. The player is also flexible enough to playback WMA and MP3 encoded discs.
Connect up three other components
Although a brilliant system in its own right, the DM41DAB reaches out to your other sources, too. If you've got a TV, games console or TV set-top box, you can plug them in using the two standard optical inputs. An analogue AUX input is also included for older sources.
Pump up the bass with an optional subwoofer
By fitting a subwoofer output, Denon gives you a wider choice of speaker options. Instead of medium-sized or floorstanding speakers you can use an active subwoofer with small satellite speakers - the choice is yours.
Perfect for a second room
The compact size makes the DM41 DAB ideal for serious sound in a second room. Many have used their previous Denon M-Series systems in bedrooms, studies and kitchens and have been delighted with the results. The clock, sleep timer and headphone output all help improve the systems functionality.
Proper Hi-Fi in a compact box – the Denon DM41 DAB still leads its class.
"The Spektor 2s are excellent speakers, combining Dali’s traditional strengths with a generous dose of entertainment." What Hi-Fi Award Winner 2017
Large enough to fill a small to medium-sized room with rich, powerful sound but so large that they dominate it, the Spektor 2 speakers are the ideal stereo speakers for many rooms. Their larger size also means they suit a wider range of music than the smaller Spektor 1 model.
Famous Dali design
Key to the Spektor's detailed, refined and powerful yet tuneful sound quality is the bespoke wood fibre bass woofer. Also used in its more expensive models, it gives a dynamic and precise sound. Partnering the impressive bass unit is a similarly high-performing treble unit. Soft dome construction gives upper notes a smooth yet precise sound, and when taken as a whole, the Spektor 2 is simply one of the most natural-sounding speakers at its price point.
Well-made and practical
As you'd expect from this high-end Danish speaker brand, the Spektor's are well made, with smooth edges and a choice of black or walnut effect finishes. At their best on stands, the Spektor 2s also feature brackets for wall mounting.
Adjust your expectations of sound per pound, with the Dali Spektor 2.
Read about the Dali Spektor 2 on the Richer Sounds Blog