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The dimensions of the unit are This product is equipped with an infrared remote control, which puts the user in charge of their playlist and other system settings regardless of their distance from the unit. It gives you the option to combine up to 32 tracks from as many as five of your favorite CDs. Because the unit is able to handle MP3 discs, you can have up to 10 hours of nonstop music per disc.

That means you could listen to MP3s on this system for two days straight without hearing the same song twice. Uninterrupted listening time is an outstanding feature for someone who enjoys their entertainment through music. Additionally, there is a play exchange that allows for swapping out four discs while still listening to the audio on the fifth disc.

The changer rotates clockwise or counterclockwise through the remote control to ensure faster disc switching. The disc-switching technology makes the Denon unit an ideal choice for continuous audio playtime. There are three convenient modes of random playback, including full random, program random, or disc sequential random.

Your music collection will always stay fresh when you switch up the tracks with this changer. Connections on the black unit include SPDIF output, audio line-out, headphones, and system component controls.

Connectors are located at the front and rear of the system. Frequency response on this system ranges from 2Hz to 20kHz, allowing for a smooth listening experience. The output on the Denon has a set of left and right analog units, which are needed when listening to an MP3. There is the option for a direction connection to a minidisc, CD recorder, or surround receiver through the coaxial digital-audio output. Additionally, a headphone jack is accessible on the Denon unit for regular listening at home.

The headphone jack is a convenient option so that you can plug in a pair of headphones to enjoy music alone. Keep in mind that a headphone jack is not available on alternative units, so this is a winning feature on the DCM Product Identifiers.


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