Get a FREE HEOS 3 with Denon This Xmas
The hottest category for sound this Christmas, as predicted by retailers is wireless multi-room streaming. Denon and their HEOS products should be high up on your wish list with their latest special offer.
While other brands in this category are being left behind having not evolved over recent years, in a stroke of genius Denon have shoehorned the HEOS multi-room technology into selected AV Receivers within their range.
If you want to know more about HEOS (and its Australian heritage) read this article.
Introducing Denon AVR-X4300H ...
The premium and recently released AVR-X4300H now truly becomes the heart of your home entertainment, by delivering best-in-class audio and video experiences to the whole house.
With the latest HDMI connectivity, further refined Denon sound and HEOS integration for extended access to popular music streaming services and multi-room audio distribution, this newcomer is the most complete home cinema centre ever invented by Denon.
And to make your multi-room music experience even better, until January 31st 2017 you now get a completely free HEOS 3 with your purchase!
StereoNET has been reviewing this combination for the last week (full review coming) and we can say, it doesn't get any simpler to have whole-home sound, affordably and easy enough for the whole family to use and enjoy.
The offer is available now from partipating Denon Premium retailers around the country.
Denon is distributed in Australia by Qualifi.
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