AirPlay available on Denon components

Macworld Australia Staff
13 January, 2011
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Home electronics component manufacturer Denon Electronics has released a firmware update that provides AirPlay music streaming capability on four of its network-capable audio/video components.

AirPlay, a feature included in Apple’s iOS 4.2 and iTunes 10.1 updates, lets you stream music from your Mac or iOS device over your Wi-Fi network to compatible AV receivers and stereo systems. Along with Bowers & Wilkins and Marantz, Denon is among the first companies to offer AirPlay-compatible home audio components.

AirPlay capable Denon A/V receivers include the AVR4311, AVR3311, and the AVRA100, as well as the DN7 Multimedia System.

The AirPlay upgrade is available at the Audio Products website for $60. Like Dad used to say, nothing in life is free, folks – especially in the high-end AV department.

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  1. James says:

    Seriously cool! I have a sexy white D-N7 stereo system and can’t wait to sit on my lounge and use my iPhone to send tunes to my stereo from my Mac in the study!

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