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Denon ASD-3W Wifi Network iPod Dock (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Denon

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  • iPod/networking client dock is wireless Wi-Fi certified
  • Playback music or photo files from your PC or music server
  • Access over 7000 radio stations using the "vTuner" service
  • Analog audio and S-video ports
  • IR remote control in black
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Product Specifications

Brand NameDenon
Color Nameblack

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.7 x 1.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000VJXB2O
  • Item model number: ASD3W
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #728,360 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 9, 2007

Product Description

The Denon ASD-3W iPod network client device now allows an iPod to be connected to a home network system either through an Ethernet port or by wireless connection. MP3 files and non-protected AAC Audio files from an iPod can then be streamed for listening over your home network. Additionally, viewing video pictures with video compatible iPods is also possible. The ASD-3W is DNLA certified and is PlaysForSure compliant for ease of setup and use. The standard D-dock port is also supplied for current model receiver integration and is compatible with previous receiver models that have the Denon D-dock port for command and control. The iPod will also stay charged while docked in the ASD-3W keeping it ready to go. A remote is also supplied with the ASD-3W for use with non-Denon systems.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

And yes, then there is the time it shuts off for no reason.
John Mccarroll
The Receiver doesn't recognize it, and even if it did, there would be no way to see where you are in the slow and convoluted menu system of the product.
Andrew P. Hofer
It does not unless you go through a complicated, lengthy update of the firmware on line.
Atlanta Bob

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Snave Man on February 7, 2008
For the 1st couple of days I was feeling so-so on this product. The user interface is slow and clunky. So it took some getting used to. I don't know how many times I entered the wep key and ssid for wireless access. But after some time I have successfully used all the features and I'm quite happy with it.

I have a new ipod classic and this is my 1st experience with video on ipods. On the tiny screen, videos look quite good and (at least I) can watch a reasonable amount of them that way. I was hoping for a better video experience when using the ASD-3W. The video quality is just ok on my HD panasonic tv. Something just slightly below ordinary non-HD tv broadcasts. And some are better than others depending on the quality of the equipment used to shoot the video as well as any conversion software. So if you were looking to rip your DVD library to your ipod and enjoy those movies like you did from a DVD player, you will be disappointed. But for TV series and video podcasts, it's not too bad.

The best thing though is along with all the music/video on the ipod, you have access to internet radio and also pics and music you have stored on your pc through win media player. This really makes the deal on this device. There is just tons of great FREE music and podcasts out there and this product allows you access to all that. The higher res channels/stations sound quite good too. It's also cool to view your digital pics stored on the PC while listening to your favorite internet radio station.

I wish the video quality was better, but I think the start-of-the-art isn't quite there yet, but reasonably acceptable for now. I'm sure in several years we will have 1080p coming out of the ipods and devices like this will be the main AV entertainment device. I'm saving up for the next generation or the one after that. But I'm happy and pleased with this new addition to my AV system.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By BB on November 13, 2007
I just purchased the Denon Wi-Fi for iPod and it does all that it says. I did have a bit of trouble connecting it to my home wireless network, but once I solved that issue, I fell in love with it.
There is a nice choice of worldwide "internet radio" stations available to listen to.
Playing songs from the iPod are very easy, as are songs from my computer's Windows Media Player.
Photos from the computer play as slideshows. (I have not been able to find a way to control the playback of photos manually yet.)
The instruction book is not the greatest, which is why I had a bit of trouble with the connection.
I would highly recommend this product.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Vince on November 25, 2009
The concept and features of the Denon ASD-3W are great and do work, but are very unreliable. Great concepts by Denon, but poor execution in both hardware and software reliability. This is by far the most buggy device I have ever owned. I am currently on the 3rd replacement unit, thus I know that it wasn't just one lemon. The units have been very buggy, lock up, and require power resets and sometime master reset button to restore. The Wi-Fi Encryption setup can be difficult has some non-intuitive final steps to setup. Mine often requires a power reset in order for it fully attach with to my network. My first device worked fine for a while, but began causing my Denon AVR-2808CI reciever to lock up finally requiring a master reset on the reciever, which wipes out all programming and EQ settings. When it works, the Internet Radio sounds great, especially with stations at 128Kbps or higher bit rate. It gives you great access to a wide variety and genre of Internet Radio stations from all over the world. This can be particularly nice if you no longer live in a town or country where you enjoy the music. My current unit has now become unreliable or won't work in docked mode with my nano, where this was not a problem before. Given the complexity of this device, minor bugs and restarts would be tolerable. But the instability of this product far exceeds my tolerance threshold. My recommendation would be to hold out for Denon to provide a completely new upgrade/model and hope for significant improvements in stability. I do not recommend this device in it's current form. Disappointing, since I have been very satisfied will many other Denon products I own.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charles Hudson on June 29, 2008
Overall, I think this is a solid product. I didn't have any problems getting it to work on my network and I use both MAC address filtering and WEP encryption. The audio quality is very good and the UI, while a bit slow and odd, is pretty easy to get used to after about an hour of use.

While I like the Internet radio features, I don't like the fact that I can't use the jukebox / computer music sharing feature with my Mac mini. It appears you can only make that feature work with Windows Vista. That's a poor design choice, in my opinion.

If you're a Mac user who doesn't need the internet radio streams, you could go with a less expensive dock and have a similar experience.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Atlanta Bob on October 13, 2009
Verified Purchase
I ordered this because I have a Denon AV receiver and the Denon combatability chart said it would work with an i-phone 3GS. It does not unless you go through a complicated, lengthy update of the firmware on line. To do that you have to hook it up to a video screen with an S-video input which in my case was nowhere near the computer outlet. Long story short it now works with the i-phone, but I have not been able to get it to work through the receiver. Denon's instructions are HORRIBLE. I am an audio equipment nut and it has me stimied. Now I will have to take a a half day off work to sit home with the receive and get tech support to see if I can actually use it as planned. Needless to say, I have not gotten to the internet radio functions yet, so no review there.
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