The Denon D-F103HRDAB: it’s a snappy little name, don’t you think? Fairly trips off the tounge. Name aside, though, this is actually a pretty cool stereo, which has ditched the CD player (because seriously, who still uses CDs?) and replaced it with an advanced hard disk
recorder, Internet radio and networking component. It also comes with optional iPod integration and control, and, for those of you who still like your music crackly, a phono input for
record decks plus optional cassette deck.
The D-F103HRDAB costs £1000 with speakers and £850 without them.
By Staff Writer | November 30th, 2006