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Denon RCD-N7 Wi-Fi Network Streaming AM/FM Receiver with CD Player and iPod/iPhone Dock (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.8 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • Compact 65-watt/ch (4-ohms, 1KHz) AM/FM/CD receiver with built in iPod dock and networking capability. Made for iPod and iPhone with digital audio transmission.
  • Internet radio and network audio straming via Ethernet and Wi-Fi. Online support of Napster, Pandora and Rhapsody (Service subscription may apply)
  • Supports Apple AirPlay allowing straming of music files directly from iTunes music libraries located on Mac, PC, iPod Touch and iPhone.
  • Allows playback of music files stored on PC or NAS when networked connected. Front mounted USB input for playback of WMA and MP3 music files. 96kHz/24-bit audio format capability.
  • Hard button remote control included. Supports "Denon remote App" for operation control by iPod and iPhone.
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Product Description

The RCD-N7 is a music listener’s dream system. This compact AM/FM CD receiver with built in iPod/iPhone dock and networking capability allow you to enjoy music from virtually any source. Connecting the system to the internet via Ethernet cable or wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) opens up a new world of content from Internet Radio, Napster, Rhapsody and Pandora (subscription fees may apply). Set up is extremely easy since the "N7" supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup. The N7 will be one of the first audio components to support Apple AirPlay, which allows direct streaming of music files from an iTunes library on a Mac, PC, iPod Touch and iPhone. It's also a dlna certified device enabling direct music file streaming from other dlna equipped products like smart phones. A front panel USB input allows playback of music files stored on USB memory stick or other USB configured storage devices. And of course, you can also enjoy CD’s, and old school AM/FM radio! Other connectivity includes an optical digital input and two analog Aux inputs. In spite of its compact size the N7 delivers plenty of power. At 65-watts/channel, it’s capable of driving your favorite high performance speaker system. It even has a dedicated subwoofer output for connection to a powered sub. The system can be controlled using the included hard button remote or by the "Denon Remote App" downloaded to your iPhone or iPod Touch. You’ll be amazed at how many ways the RCD-N7 can bring music to your life!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.8 x 11.1 x 4.4 inches
Item Weight 9.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 12.9 pounds
Manufacturer Denon
ASIN B00462QTDA
Item model number RCD-N7
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3.8 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Date first available at Amazon.com October 14, 2010

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By K. Jamison on February 26, 2012
Set up easy and tuner,CD, aux input, pandora, iPod dock all work fine. Sound is very good through mid-level in-wall speakers in my kitchen.
Occasionally it loses wifi connection which takes fussing to reestabligh. The AirPlay feature is great for playing right off the iphone or ipad or computer but the remote wont control those devices.

At $600 it is expensive and I wish they would add spotify. Now that I have had it several years I have sort of forgotten the $$.

Original unit manufacture date 12/2010 had problems solved when it was replaced with a new unit.
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I am not one for early adoption but couldn't resist this product which i have been searching for while now. How to access Pandora,Internet Radio, music stored in my pc and good ol CD/MP3/Radio if you dont own a iphone and dont want a huge rack stereo?Answer - the Denon N7 !

There are multiple stereos/ipod docks in the $150-350 range which will allow you to listen to all the network features of N7 provided you have an ipod/iphone which becomes the network point. I dont have the iDevices so was looking for a product like this.Then you have a mind boggling options of multi room streaming options.I was not ready to buy multi rack audio systems or go through multiple product handshakes to hear simple pure music.

Denon N7 is a breeze to setup and connects to the Pandora through the my wifi router ( i dont use napster or rhapsody). it would be nice if you could Like/Dislike music through this. Next Internet radio ...search all podcasts, radio by country and you might luck out. Connecting to my music folders on my home PC (XP) through windows media player 11 was a lil bit of a hiccup but once i got the firewall disabled it was so now easy to share. Then you have the CD/USB/MP3/AM/FM that all stereos these days have.Last..the looks.The receiver is bigger than i expected but with the excellent finish and simple clean design it looks drop dead gorgeous.

Now the cons...the speakers if you did buy the Denons would pair just OK.i think the looks are a more reason for buying these than performance. dont get me wrong..they are powerful but somehow doesn't have the fidelity i expected of a Denon.I have satellite KEFs for my home theatre setup and this doesn't measure upto those even though the costs are comparable. a few minor cons...searching a network song is not easy..
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This stereo is PERFECT. When connected to the internet (easy to do even via wi-fi), it allows one to listen music from a wide variety of sources, including Pandora, Napster and almost any radio in the world (as most radios today also stream their music). I installed this right next to an apple airport express, and connected the stereo to it with an AUX cable, so I never had to pay for the extra $50 airplay fee. Everything is extremely easy to do, so easy that I never even needed the instructions.
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Sound quality is good. Setting up is easy. Good looking and good quality design. The only problem is failing to update firmware. It hung with the error message, "Connection Fail: A4, 3 mins".
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I bought this unit about 1 year ago.
After only 3 months, the menu got stuck and I had to return it.
I got it back about 2 months later and since this time the unit is working fine but it has several bugs and freezes from time to time.
Once I had to reset it completely to make it work again.

The menu is not very friendly and it is quite hard to navigate thru your music folders.
I like the features but the reliability of the product seems weak.

I would suggest to extend the waranty if you want to buy one, or wait for the competition to come up with a similar product...
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I purchased this system a few weeks ago, and remain a huge fan of it. The WiFi enabled system is cutting edge technology that will undoubtedly become more commonplace in the future. I love the endless variety of stations and genres that are easily accessible via the internet, Pandora, Itunes (which can stream in wirelessly even if you don't dock your IPod which is another option) etc. Yet, I do believe the decision as to whether to purchase this Denon depends on what is most important to you.

If your into music variety, or perhaps favor more obscure genres from Pandora or internet radio stations, then as with me this system is definitely well worth it. There are seemingly hundreds of stations and you can listen to exactly the kind of music that you want as soon as you get home and turn it on. On the other hand, if your tastes are somewhat mainstream and you are satisfied with what you hear on the radio, or have purchased through Itunes, then you can get better quality sound from another shelf system and likely find a means of hooking up your Ipod to that one. My former shelf system was an Onkyo and I still use that system's speakers with this new Denon receiver. However, the sound quality with the Denon reciever is not nearly as crisp and deep as the former Onkyo system that I had. It may be a hard choice - variety of music favoring Denon vs quality of music favoring other shelf systems such as Onkyo - but I do like the Denon better. Every time I turn on the stereo I easily browse through an endless varity of music that I enjoy - though I can see others favoring quality of sound if thats most important to them.

The only other problem is that it is computer, which means I have had problems with it freezing. Yet, the telephone tech support is very helpful and has advised me as to how to reset the system so that should not be re-occuring. I have not yet done so, since the freezing problem seems to have subsided since I spoke to them.
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