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Written on: 23/10/2008 by prominence (1 review written)
Many features, such as USB stick input. Easy user interface.
Excellent clear sound. Great for voices.
Plenty of Bass
Just possibly too much bass for the very small room the system is in right now -- I have toned down the bass by 2 decibels, which makes it about right… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2007 by daviesaj (9 reviews written)
A side by side comparison with Onkyo's CR 515, Pure's DX60 and Yamaha's M170 confirmed the Denon's superiority - the Onkyo had more slam and tighter bass but was relatively hard edged with a recessed mid range. In contrast - the soundstage of the Denon D-M35DAB was more natural with vocals clearly in front of and separated from the backing instruments. The Pure and Yamaha were way off the mark in terms of sound quality - and the Pure felt particularly flimsy. So to sum up - Denon a… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2006 by lifesonsguitar (2 reviews written)
I've always been a fan of big hi-fi, but we really needed to downsize, and I was at first quite sceptical about choosing a micro system. The Denon D-M35DAB is probably a little bigger than most micro's on the market, and it is probably mid-way in size between and micro and a mini system. With this in mind please check your space, especially if you are hoping to place it on a shelf, as it's 328mm deep. The speakers are also quite deep (249mm), and they may not fit on all shelves.
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Written by chris152003
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Written by Willand
" Better than majority of very expensive audiophile units " Read More
Written by trobor