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Denon - D Micro System - Black

Enjoy powerful audio while saving space with this compact Denon hi-fi system. Its high-quality woofer and tweeter and advanced noise-reduction technology create crisp, clear sound with limited distortion, and it includes a CD player and FM/AM radio. Use the built-in Bluetooth on this Denon hi-fi system to stream playlists from a mobile device or computer.
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    • Denon D Micro System

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (26 out of 26)

    Features


    Micro system

    Features amplifier, CD/MP3 player, digital player and radio for a variety of entertainment options.

    CD-RW, CD-R, WMA and MP3 playback formats

    For listening to your favorite music.

    30W RMS x 2 @ 6 ohms, 1 kHz power output

    For sound you can enjoy.

    Digital AM/FM tuner

    With 40 presets to set your favorite channels for one-touch recall.

    2 speakers

    Feature 0.98" tweeter and 4.72" woofer to create a rich, dynamic soundscape.

    Inputs

    Include USB, audio line-in and SPDIF.

    Outputs

    Include headphones and subwoofer.

    Remote control

    Enables you to operate functions from a distance.

    Bass and treble controls

    Enable simple sonic customization, so you can tailor the sound to suit your preferences.

    Built-in digital clock

    Features timer and sleep timer.


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 26 reviews

    100%
    would recommend to a friend

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great upgrade to an already great product

      Posted
      Crasher
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

      The Denon D-41 micro system is a great upgrade to a system that has already won multiple awards and produces some of the greatest sounding Hi-Res sound that you may find. I won't waste too much of your time talking about the specs as you can find them on the manufacture website but rather i'll try to focus on what makes this such a good buy and why it may be right for you. So out of the box your going to get the main unit/receiver, two speakers, power cable and remote with batteries. The front of the receiver is pretty simplistic in the way of buttons and interface goes. You have a power button, Bluetooth button, volume controls and controls for the CD player. This unit comes equipped with AM/FM function as well as Bluetooth connectivity for all your streaming needs. On the back side you will find your DAB/AM/FM antenna hook up, an analog RCA jack, inputs for the two speakers, two optical jacks, the power port and a sub woofer output. Denon in their latest flagship has done some upgrades that are worth mentioning. They have upgraded their hardware slightly allowing for 30 watt per channel output. They have also implemented Bluetooth connectivity. Whats interesting about this feature though is that the Bluetooth feature is always off unless commanded on by pressing the button. While this doesn't seem interesting at first, it is due to the fact that Denon was smart to do this because they have implemented a system to reduce all outside noise in order to give you an optimal Hi-Res sound. Leaving Bluetooth off unless requested helps with reducing interference. And while on the subject they have implemented tripple noise reduction. What this does is it reduces all feedback noise that may be picked up through the power cable, audio wires or volume. Denon really wanted to make sure that you were able to hear the music in all its entirety with little to no outside interference. What i can say is that they really did a good job at this as you will be able to tell in the sound quality. Lets talk sound quality and function. The sound quality is superb to say the least. This is a Hi-Fi system that holds no punches. So what does the sound quality sound like exactly? Imagine being at a symphony front row seat and your the only one in the amphitheater, that's what it sounds like. All your mids and highs come in crystal clear with vocals that are so crisp you feel as if the singer is singing the song in the same room as you. Now this is not a punchy system so if your looking for big bass or deep sounds then you will need to get yourself a sub and hook it up via the sub output. What makes this so impressive is the amount of sound and volume you get out of such a small unit. You get big stero sound without all the bulky hardware and big speakers to clutter up your room. This is an ideal set up for a small apartment space or if you just don't want to take up a lot of room in your home. Streaming across Bluetooth sounds great just as well. Their is very little noticeable sound quality difference between Bluetooth or streaming directly. Bluetooth has a decent range but don't expect to be able to walk too far away. I was able to get about 20 feet out before i started to notice some connection issues. Now with crystal clear sound like this i found that the best use for this for me was gonna be to hook up to my T.V. for gaming. The two optical cables made it a breeze to connect and allowed to immerse myself into the game i was playing. Now while Hi-Fi systems are used to bring out music the way it was meant to be heard i wanted to see what it could do on my T.V. while playing a game. Man i was greatly impressed on the sound quality. While i was playing Call of Duty i could hear the whirling of bullets so crystal clear that it helped give me a deeper immersion as if i was actually there at the battle scene. Now while the bass isn't the loudest I've heard that was fine for me because the sound was so clear and clean that i was able to make out distant noises that i had not previously noticed before. The sound quality while streaming movies was just as good however this is one area where i would need to get a sub woofer. When i was streaming movies the quality was very good and almost made me feel as if i were a a movie theater however the lack of a hard hitting bass was not enough for me to really get in to it. While tanks rolled by or cars exploded it just didn't seem to hit as hard as i would of liked it but that's ok with me because this was not its primary design. All in all this is an awesome system that puts out quality unlike anything i've heard. My only true issue i had was wishing there were more outputs to be able to hook up multiple speakers. However this is a system that you will not be disappointed with.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Lots of sound, but limited CD-R compatibility.

      Posted
      DonMc
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

      I can recall Denon equipment back in the 70s and 80s, when I owned stereo rack systems. Back then, most people owned equipment from the larger, more well-known companies (some of whom still exist today). However the slightly more sophisticated audiophile opted for higher end equipment from the likes of Denon, Carver, Luxman, etc. Denon’s sound quality still remains high with this D-M41S Personal Component System. Right out of the box, the first thing you notice is the weight of each component. The receiver and two speakers are each quite hefty, considering their smallish size. It is an attractive system to boot. The Denon sound quality is as rich as I remember from decades ago. There is a lot to like about this system, and there are some things I’m not wild about. Let’s start with the mini surfboard that they call a remote control. The remote is HUGE! It is, without hyperbole, the largest remote control in my house. The remote is nearly as tall as the speakers (Mini stereo; massive remote. Makes perfect sense ...) Many of the buttons on this remote you probably won’t use, and some actually serve no function at all; but I guess they had to fill all that SPACE on the remote with something. Ironically, with such a large remote, there’s no eject button on it (they could have included it instead of the functionless DAB/RDS button). My biggest gripe with this unit is the lack of compatibility with some of your CD-R/RW discs. Unless your disc was burned using the ISO 9660 level-1 format, it won’t play (sorry UDF compatible users, you’d better update your equipment/firmware). The unit didn’t read ANY of the discs I burned on my older (soon to be replaced) desktop. If the CD-R you burned doesn’t meet the ISO standard, you’ll hear exactly 2 seconds of a song before it jumps to the next track (on the bright side, you can run through an entire disc in under 30 seconds). C’mon, Denon, even the jankiest, no-name CD players can handle most CD-R formats. Given your high quality reputation, and the high price point of this unit, I expect better. Also, if you’re a fan of CD-Text, as I am, you’ll only get that feature on Mp3 discs. Obviously, commercial CDs played perfectly. The Bluetooth feature works well, however, the display doesn’t show song titles or artists, it only displays the name of the Bluetooth device you are using. Boring… The sound and build quality are definitely present in the Denon D-M41S PCS. The bass response is awesome, with no distortion. The midrange and highs are clean and crisp. However, given the price point and reputation of the manufacturer, I expected more bells and whistles from this unit. If those small extras aren’t important to you, or if you only play commercial CDs, then you won’t be disappointed. Even though I’d like to see those features incorporated, I still recommend this system because the sound quality is just that good. Pros: - Sound quality - Quality build - Variety of input options (Bluetooth, radio, analog…) - Small size - Appearance Cons: - Ridiculously large remote - Only reads discs in one format (ISO 9660 level-1) - Minimal LED display

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Compact Powerhouse

      Posted
      WesternSky
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network
      • Top 25 ContributorTop 25 Contributor

      It was time to upgrade my current receiver and speaker system which I had been utilizing for the last couple of years. Enter the very compact Denon RCD M41. I was immediately impressed with the overall compactness and quality of the CD/Receiver. The receiver is weighty (in a good way) and feels rock solid. No way this unit will vibrate off your shelving when playing. The CD mechanism has a quality feel and does not give you that flimsy or cheap feel. I believe the Denon will stand the test of time. The Denon speakers are compact and are a good match when coupled with the small sized receiver. The unit as a whole looks great and is a very welcomed addition. The sound from the speakers you may ask? Very decent sounding. They will easily fill a room with concert level decibels, and overall the speakers have a very natural balance of both bass and treble. The speakers do not sound tinny. These compact speakers easily generated enough sound to fill my living/dining room (dimensions are 40 feet by 26 feet) and was very pleasing to listen to. The receiver quickly paired with my iPhone 7 plus, and I was able to bluetooth music through the Denon. You should have no problems with the pairing process. Super easy. What makes this product really pleasant is that it can be operated via the supplied remote control, or by manually using the buttons on the receiver. This is the first stereo product that this household owns which can be operated from your couch. This is a very nice touch. Make room on your table for yet another remote. For those enthusiasts that have a turntable and those long playing (LP) records (I personally have over 500 albums), you are unable to plug your turntable RCA plugs into this receiver, meaning your out of luck. Denon does not offer turntable inputs, which translates into not being able to play my LP's. The consumer will have to decide up whether or not this is a deal-breaker for them, but I would imagine that most people have CD collections instead of LP albums. Overall, I am very pleased with the Denon RCD M41. The overall sound quality will satisfy most consumers. If you're an average consumer looking for a decent compact space saving system look no further. You should be quite happy with this product. This Denon product is on my recommended list.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Compact Stereo, Full Bodied Sound

      Posted
      veritech13
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

      This shelf system is nice and compact and is quite a space saver yet it delivers a full rich round. The setup was simple enough and operation is pretty straight forward and simple. The sound can easily fill just about the largest residential room without a problem. There is slight distortion at the loudest setting but it isn't much and I have yet to find a speaker that does not distort at the highest volume. The CD/MP3 feature is nice but a bit outdated as I really don't have cd's and if i'm going to play mp3's then I would just stream it from my smartphone. I'm guessing the addition of the cd player is pretty much the equivalent to adding a record player (LP) for us older listeners. It does come with an analog input so you can connect a record player via the analog (rca) inputs. It also has the connection for an additional subwoofer and the optical input for the addition of another component. The bluetooth feature is really nice, it was easy to connect the cellphone and stream any audio from any streaming source. You can also connect a tablet and stream Netflix but there is a lag from the audio to video but that is the case with any bluetooth speaker streaming audio from a video. The only down side is if you are looking for something other than a nice speaker system. This is a great space saving stereo for the garage, basement, or even outdoor space but if you are looking to make it a centerpiece to a home theater system then this is not the system for you as there is no component/hdmi connections.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Big quality in little box

      Posted
      Phjilek36
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

      Denon is always a good brand to purchase. They have always had a great quality tagged to their company name, and this does not disappoint. Don't let the small size trick you into thinking that it is half the sound. In the days of soundbars and less and less things showing, this is a great mid-way compromise. Pros: - Bluetooth capability. Bluetooth capability.Bluetooth capability. Yes, i had to say it 3 times, because that is huge for me, so I can play songs with my phone on Google Play Music, seamlessly. - Great packaging that you dont have to worry about product getting damaged in shipping. Boxes of Styrofoam inside boxes. - Top Quality construction. (as usual, is top notch. Doesnt seem too light or flimsy.) - Quick Setup. (system up and running in 5 minutes. 8 if you try to read the instructions) - Sound. (It doesn't produce a deep sound, but an added subwoofer makes it a complete and full sound) - Remote Control. (well placed, but I wish it were smaller) - Plug phone into receiver's USB port and easily access YouTube, iTunes, My Music and Internet Radio - Instructions. (though not much at all) basic functionality readily available in Quick Start Guide - Has a CD reader. (quiet, but does start over when unit is shut off. Wishing it would resume where it left off.) - Comes with an AM and FM antennas. (I don't remember my boom boxes in the past, ever coming with more than an AM antennae.) - Customize Radio Channels and save a name to that station. It also stays with the unit once it is unplugged. Cons: (minor) - Owner's Manual. (on CD-ROM...who has to read the directions on a CD, when they provide them in the box on paper) - I tried to link my Moto G5s Plus phone to bluetooth, and it wouldn't recognize the receiver. However, I have the same problem with some other bluetooth earbuds, so probably just my phone. I was able to connect my wife's phone (Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact) )with bluetooth first time. But I dont know if that means it is not compatible with ALL phones.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Micro System That Packs A Punch

      Posted
      PG460
      • Tech Insider NetworkTech Insider Network

      I’ve owned several Denon components over the years which always served me well in terms of build quality and exceptional sound performance. I was eager to see if the Denon DM41SBK would measure up. Inside the box you find the the receiver and the speakers nicely packaged separately. Included is the remote, batteries, power cord, FM and AM antennas, and speaker wires. Upon removing the speaker and receiver from the their boxes and protective styrofoam I was pleasantly surprised by just how small each component was. Certainly much small than I expected. The receiver measures a mere 8.25” wide x 10.75” deep x 4.5” high. Each speaker measures in at 5.75” wide x 8.75” deep x 9.5” high. This system would fit comfortably anywhere. I quickly note that the build quality is just as I would expect from Denon. No cheap materials here. As an additional sign of quality each component has some weight for their size. The receiver weighs in at 9 lbs and each speaker is about 8 lbs each. Setting up the system was a breeze. No tech skills needed. I couldn’t wait to hear the DM41SBK in action so I powered it on and grabbed a CD. Wow! This micro sound system packs a punch. Music filled my first floor as I slowly cranked the volume. Great sound with no distortion. I was impressed. I put the DM41SBK through its paces with jazz, classical, and rock music selections. All sounded wonderful. You truly get some quality sound from this tiny system. Inputs include 2 optical, and one analog. These certainly meet my needs. In addition to the CD player the receiver features an AM FM tuner and Bluetooth connectivity. Pairing to my phone was simple and sound quality was great. I couldn’t be happier with the Denon DM41SBK. I can certainly understand why the prior version of this system was an award winning sound system. I’m certain this version will follow suit. If you’re short on space you’ll love this Denon. Even if space isn’t a consideration this system is no compromise just because it small. Highly recommended.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Don't let the compact size deceive you

      Posted
      Nate34
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      • Top 100 ContributorTop 100 Contributor

      The Denon Micro D System sounds amazing and if you did a blind fold test you would never assume its small size. In the box you get the CD receiver, 2 speakers, remote, batteries, antennas, power cord, quick start guide, and the owners manual. Set up was a piece of cake. Connect the speakers, power cord, antenna and you are ready to go. The Denon system has multiple ways to play music. CD, radio, from a Bluetooth device, digital in, and others. The way I like to listen is via Bluetooth. I have all of my music library on my phone. So its very easy and convenient to stream from my Galaxy S9+ to the Denon. And using the remote you can control the system easily. And of course you can play CD's. I hadnt used CD's in quite awhile, but I am glad I kept them. Now to dust them off so I can enjoy my collection again. Like I said in the title this compact system literally and figuratively rocks. It has amazing sound. The bass rocks when you want it to, and the overall sound is very well balanced. Great highs, mids, and lows. 30 watts doesnt sound like much. But its plenty for me. But if you want extra bass there is an output for a subwoofer. The display is also simple and easy to read and navigate. It doesnt have so many different buttons like other systems that its intitially overwhelming. Its laid out well and takes only seconds to figure it out to fine tune the system, settings, etc. to how you want them. The remote is also nice, although a bit on the large size. But I guess that could be an advantage too, less likely for it to crawl under your couch cushions ;-). Its also simple and easy to learn. Overall this is a great system. Perfect for someone just wanting a simple compact system that is easy to set up, with plenty of ways to listen, and excellent sound. Highly recommended.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      A fine compact sound system

      Posted
      Dreemer1961
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      This is my review of the Denon D-M41S Personal Component System. My first impression out of the box is the weight of this little audio system. It is quite substantial given the small size. It gives the impression of extremely solid, fine construction. Set-up of the Denon system is simple, following the instructions of the Quick Set-Up Guide. The full Owner’s Manual is available for download from the Denon USA website (it also comes on disc with the unit accessories.) Of course the most important part of an audio system is the quality of the sound that it provides and the Denon exceeds expectations here. The sound is loud and clean with no distortion or rattles. The bass response of the included speakers is good and they actually have good presence despite their small stature. (An optional subwoofer is available if you want a more floor rattling sound.) The volume of sound is more than adequate for my small apartment. I have tested all of the features of the Denon system (read the manual, there a quite a few of them) and they all work well. Bluetooth pairing was easy and I had no problems maintaining a good signal with my phone in my pocket all around my apartment. This system even has a built in headphone amplifier setting in case you use a set of high impedance headphones. In conclusion, if you are looking for a compact audio system with quality sound, I don’t believe you need look any further than the Denon M-41S. Note: for the purposes of full disclosure, I feel I must state that the first unit I received from Denon did not operate at all, however it was quickly replaced and the second unit that I was sent has functioned flawlessly.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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