Product Type: Denon hifi systems
Description:Price: 245 £ / Power: 2 x 20 Watt / CD-Player/ Changer: 3-Disc-Changer / Tuner: Yes / CD-Recorder: Yes / Headphone-Out: Yes
Newest Review: ... uppermost level. The buttons for manual operation require a bit of force for the action to be detected, and although the ... more
Customer Denon D-M30 Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/08/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I owned a Denon D-M30 Hi Fi for many years, and I loved it. Not only does it deliver fantastic sound quality, but for £245 it is a very versatile and hard wearing product. The dimensions of the decks are 210 x 95 x 326mm, and they weigh 2.9kg each. The hi fi is comprised of 3 - 5 decks, depending on your choice. The tuning deck will be present, and you can choose whether to purchase the cassette deck, CD deck, mini disk deck and radio to accompany it. The decks are silver in appearance, and equipped with larger than adequate display screens on which you can see how long the media has been playing, time left to run, etc. There is a dial and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/01, updated on 13/01/02 (Very useful, 1973 readings)
Before buying this hi-fi system, I hadn't got a clue who Denon were. In fact, I had gone into my local hi-fi shop with the intention of buying a Teac. Along took I, a cd. Fat of the land by the prodigy in fact. Once the bass cut in I soon realised that small speakers can produce loud sound. However, the salesman in the shop pointed me towards this machine. The Denon. Looking extremely shiny (we're talking seat-wettingly gorgeous here), I couldn't resist. I put in the same cd, same volume, but WOW was the sound better! Everything that this system pumps out sounds like it has just been recorded live right in front of you. The bass, midrange and treble are all .. Read the complete review
by - written on 03/02/01, updated on 03/02/01 (Useful, 2004 readings)
I bought my denon dm-30, after its rave reviewe, in what-hifi magazine. It cost 250 pounds but I think it's gone down in price(be warned they seem to sell it with and without the speakers, so if you get it via mail order or the internet make sure to ask) So what do you get? You get a CD player, that sounds magnifique. An RDS radio which is not bad. And pair of mission speakers And that's it. You can pay extra and get a mini disc player, or tape, etc, but do you really need it????? I connected it up to my TV, it produced great results, and because its a mini system, it does not clutter up the place. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/01, updated on 19/02/01 (Somewhat useful, 1304 readings)
After my last Sony hi-fi went wrong, I was looking for another replacement of the same make. A friend of mine suggested looking at some Denon kit instead, and I've not looked back. The sound quality and setup is superb. Despite being a relatively small piece of hardware this is an excellent item, and I would advise anyone looking at a new system to investigate it. It also looks superb. If I've got one gripe it's that the instructions are a bit useless. ... Read the complete review
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