Denon woos audiophiles with PMA-510AE amp
by Dean Evans at Tuesday 19th May, 2009 at 9:11 am [1 comment]
In this case, clap your eyes on the entry-level PMA-510AE stereo amp and DCD-510AE CD player.
According to Denon, the PMA-510AE integrated amplifier features High-Current Single-Push-Pull circuitry to achieve both accuracy and detail in its music playback.
High quality audio
And if you had any doubts about the attention to quality and detail of proper hi-fi gear, then know this: the relay switch that Denon uses for the PMA-510E’s CD and phono inputs contains an inert gas to prevent the occurrence of noise that can negatively affect the signal.
The DCD-510AE, meanwhile, is endowed with a wide range of impressive audio technology. The patterns for its digital circuits have been specially designed to provide maximum protection from unwanted radiation and achieve low impedance.
Denon engineers have also used rigorous listening tests to select the DCD-510AE’s high-precision 24-bit/192 kHz D/A converter, which can faithfully reproduce the delicate nuances of music in the audio signal.
In addition, the DCD-510AE has a two line display and also supports MP3/WMA playback from a CD-R/RW.
Want one? The PMA-510AE and DCD-510AE are available now in premium silver and black colour at suggested retail prices of £249.99 and £229.99 respectively.
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