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D&M Business & Professional Group (Europe) has introduced the second model in the new Denon Professional solid state player series.

The DN-F400 is a half-rack size SD and SDHC flashcard player with both serial and parallel control capabilities, for installation applications requiring continuous playback audio, or repeated programmed or instantly triggered messaging or audio FX. Also now available is a dedicated serial remote controller, the RC-F400S.

The DN-F400 is a digital media solution for the continuous or triggered playback of MP3 and uncompressed .WAV sound files stored on SD and SDHC flashcards (up to 32GB). Its single half-RU space saving form and simple facia with hardwire (dip switch) rear panel setup are designed for instant or programmed repeat messaging, fire and safety voice alarm announcements, radio spots, live event and theatre sound FX, and kiosk applications, as well as continuous playback applications like voice on hold and BGM. 

The RC-F400S serial remote controller is designed to provide an intuitive user interface, featuring a backlit LCD display for file navigation and loading of hot starts. Navigation and transport control includes features like Power-On and Auto Play, and enables audio and sound FX files to be assigned to each of the 20 Hot Start buttons.

In combination, the RC-F400S and DN-F400 are an alternative to sound FX payback and management software systems, and a modern dependable replacement for outmoded CART, CD and MD players.

For more details on these products, check out www.d-mpro.com/dnf400.

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