Denon S-52DAB radio does it all

Denon is spoiling us rotten with its latest DAB effort. The S-52DAB packs in more features that we’ve had hot meals.As well as digital radio, it

Denon is spoiling us rotten with its latest DAB effort. The S-52DAB packs in more features that we’ve had hot meals.As well as digital radio, it supports FM radio, has an iPod dock and can stream music wirelessly from your PC, Mac, internet radio and directly from your own mind. OK, not that last one.The clever little clock radio will wake you up with your choice of iPod tune, or just the plain old radio. Digital music-wise, it supports MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV and FLAC. And if all that still isn’t enough for even the most demanding gadget-fans among you, it’s got a remote control, scroll wheel and an LCD display.Denon is boasting about the S-52DAB’s bass output, as it’s shoved in Audyssey Bass-XT and Dynamic EQ software – usually found on the company’s £2000+ Hi-Fi stereos, we're told. We hope that means the sound is excellent.And all that for £500. The S-52DAB is out in November.EssentialsDenon S-52DABPrice: £500On sale: Early NovemberContact: DenonRelated stories:Review: Denon DVD playerReview: Denon Mini Hi-FiNews: Sonos music streamer teams with Napster