Denon has unveiled the DNP-2000NE Community Audio Participant, which it describes as “a state-of-the-art music participant that delivers superior sound high quality and versatile connectivity.”
The DNP-2000NE is designed to pair aesthetically with the PMA-1700NE amplifier, in addition to the PMA-2500NE and PMA-1600NE. House owners of the PMA-A110 and DCD-A110 Anniversary mannequin may mate this digital media participant with their system.
As you’d anticipate from a Denon product, the DNP-2000NE comes with HEOS integration, permitting customers to stream music wirelessly from companies resembling Spotify, Tidal, and Amazon Music from the HEOS app. It’s also possible to handle their native music library and create playlists for fast entry to your favorite songs.
Outfitted with Denon’s Superior AL32 Processing Plus, the community audio participant helps upsampling to 32-bit/384kHz for the “closest reconstruction” of the unique sign. 4 high-precision 32-bit/384kHz ES9018K2M DACs function inside, configured in a double-differential-mode that was derived from the flagship DCD-A110 to ship clear and detailed audio efficiency.
They’re synched by the Denon Grasp Clock design which claims to no enable any divergence of the clock sign that’s “essential” for prime constancy replica. So as to add to that, the DNP-2000NE’s analogue and digital circuit boards are remoted from one different to guard the previous from interference and noise of the latter.
Connectivity consists of Wi-Fi (AirPlay 2), Ethernet, USB, Bluetooth, together with HDMI ARC, two optical and one coaxial digital inputs, in addition to USB-B enter for streaming immediately from a pc. The Bluetooth connection additionally permits to stream the audio sign to a wi-fi headphone.
Arriving June 2023, the DNP-2000NE Community Audio Participant will likely be accessible in three color variations: black, premium silver and graphite silver. The latter colourway attracts a better asking value of €1799 / £1599; whereas the opposite two variations will be had for €1599 / £1399. Availability will likely be by the Denon web site and retailer Pete Tyson.