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  • hugues59hugues59

    Denon DF 102Published on 10/07/07 at 10:44
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    I use the DF102 for two months. Not much criticism of this "jewel string". The sound is noisy and not audiophile said. To find the right balance must be at s'intresser rglage bass is a bit subtle, but once it is left RALIS more. I cost the infrieur MODEL DM33, trs that saturates quickly and I do not understand the success of this micro string: in comparison, the DF102 is much suprieur. The trade price is a little more justified lev but the DM33. Dtails INTERESTED, there is an entry for the portable front, trs apprciable for children or for the Tv, which gives an excellent effect without cblage complicated. There is also a subwoofer output.
  • betty-bbetty-b

    Denon DF 102Published on 03/18/08 at 08:00
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    Hello, I just bought the denon df 102 no regrets .... I also want to buy a mp3 and connect the chain. It is obviously compatble with an iPod and you can plug in a dock (support) to improve the quality of sound. However, I would rather buy a different brand of MP3 (not iPod u). In short, it must be connected directly to the front. I want to know if the sound quality is good anyway? What users think? Thank you
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