Denon D-M38DAB - phone-friendly micro system

Denon has just lifted the lid on the D-M38DAB, a micro hi-fi system packing CD, DAB/DAB+/AM/FM radio and USB playback into a tiny body.

Perennial ear-pleasers Denon have just lifted the lid on the D-M38DAB, a micro hi-fi system packing CD, DAB/DAB+/AM/FM radio and USB playback into a tiny body.

The front USB port is compatible with the iPhone and recent iPod models, allowing you to play a pure digital stream of tunes (or podcasts, or app audio) through the D-M38DAB and whatever speakers you’ve rigged up to it.

That means you can get, say, Spotify rolling on your iPhone and listen to your playlists. The USB port can also suck up tunes from a USB stick or hard drive.

The Denon D-M38DAB will hit the shops in July for around £330, and is available in silver or black, with black wood speakers.

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