Denon, Marantz Add Apple AirPlay to 9 Products
The upgrades, targeted for Nov. 15, will allow streaming of iTunes content throughout homes.
The upgrade will allow users to stream music from their iTunes libraries to AirPlay-updated Denon and Marantz components. Denon and Marantz are expected to launch the $49 upgrade on Nov. 25 through their websites.
Denon will offer the upgrade on the following products:
- AVR-4311CI (SRP: $1,999)
- AVR-3311CI (SRP: $1,199)
- AVR-991 (SRP: $999)
- 100th Anniversary Product Collection Model AVR-A100 (SRP: $2,499)
- N7 Networked CD Receiver and 2.0 Channel Speaker System, which includes the RCD-N7 CD Receiver (SRP: $599) and SC-N7 Stereo Loudspeakers (SRP: $199/pair)
- Model SR7005 A/V Receiver (SRP: $1,599)
- AV7005 A/V Preamplifier (SRP: $1,499)
- NA7004 Network Audio Player (SRP: $799)
- M-CR603 Networked CD Receiver (SRP: $699)
Bob Weissburg, president of D&M Holdings, the parent company of Denon and Marantz, says the addition of AirPlay to the feature sets of the selected Denon and Marantz components provides iTunes users with a convenient way of combining their music libraries with their home audio and home theater systems without having to add potentially cumbersome components. “Our brands are at the forefront of home entertainment technology and both Denon and Marantz have established reputations for enhancing the entertainment experience for discriminating consumers,” he says.
“AirPlay adds yet another great dimension to content enjoyment through Denon and Marantz’s commitment to providing our customers the best music experience possible. Our consumers, as well as valued retail partners, have always depended on both the Denon and Marantz brands for the most advanced innovations and leading-edge technologies that take the home entertainment experience to the next level and provide creative solutions for maximum enjoyment and flexibility.”
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