Denon Announces Heos second line of wireless speakers with Bluetooth support

May

3

2016

Denon has a new generation of its Heos speaker system for use reported in several areas, Heos Series 2 or HS2. The second generation includes four Heos speakers, an amplifier and preamplifier.

The new line Heos speakers, Heos 1, 3, 5 and 7, the Heos amp amplifier and Heos Link wireless amplifier are all equipped with Bluetooth and the ability to so-called “high-resolution audio ‘play. In other words, the system now supports uncompressed lossless formats like FLAC, WAV and ALAC. Denon says it will soon be possible DSD playback, the audio format of SACD, and aiff.

The hi-fi manufacturer brought out the first line Heos products in 2014 to compete with Sonos. The first generation did not yet have Bluetooth, but only an AUX and USB input. With the new generation, all speakers on Bluetooth, an Ethernet jack for wired home network, wifi and volume buttons. The Heos 7 also features a headphone output.

For Heos Amp Denon Link and opted for more connections, including an Ethernet connection, USB port, an optical digital input, a mini-jack and RCA inputs. Likewise analogue sources can be connected and played through Heos speakers.

The Heos products via Windows Phone, PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices to operate and support multiple streaming services such as Spotify, SoundCloud, TIDAL, Deezer, and TuneIn. In addition, can be streamed from the local home network.

Prices of Heos speaker line start at 249 euros for the first Heos HS2. Heos 3 HS2 will cost 349 euros, Heos 5 HS2 449 and 599. Heos 7 HS2 for Heos Amp HS2 should be 579 euros counted down and the link HS2 399.

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