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|Package Weight||15.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.1 x 20.3 x 6.4"|
|Weight||9.04 lb (4.10 kg)|
|Max Storage Capacity||Up to 2TB|
|Max File Size||4GB|
|Max Number of Files||2000 files (for 1 folder)|
|Max Number of Folders||1000 folders|
|Max Number of Folder Hierarchies||8 (under the root directory)|
|Max Number of Marks||30 per file|
|Max File Name Length||255 characters|
|Max Folder Name Length||255 characters|
|Max Preset Name Length||8 characters|
|Max Machine ID Name Length||8 characters|
|Power Supply||AC 120 V, 60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||30 W|
|Standby Power Consumption||0.4 W|
|Operating Temperature||41 to 95°F (5 to 35°C)|
|Operating Humidity||25 to 85% (no condensation)|
|Storage Temperature||-4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||19.0 x 1.7 x 12.8" (483 x 44 x 325 mm)|
|Balanced Analog Out L/R||Type: XLR (3-pin) x 2 (L/R) Pin Arrangement: Ground (1), Hot (2), Cold (3) Load Impedance: Over 600 ohms Output Level: 8.23 dBu (max 24 dBu) at 600 ohms load|
|Unbalanced Analog Out L/R||Type: RCA terminal x 2 (L/R) Load Impedance: Over 10 kohms Output Level: 2 Vrms (max 10 dBV) at 10 kohms load|
|Balanced Digital Out||Type: XLR (3-pin) x 1 Pin Arrangement: Ground (1), Hot (2), Cold (3) Output Impedance: 110 ohms Standard Output Level: 3.5 Vp-p Format: IEC-60958 (AES/EBU)|
|Unbalanced Digital Output||Type: Coaxial RCA terminal x 1 Output Impedance: 75 ohms Standard Output Level: 0.5 Vp-p Format: IEC-60958 (Coaxial)|
|Headphone Output||Type: 1/4" (6.35 mm) jack x 1 Power Output: 20 mW Impedance: 32 ohms|
|LAN Interface||Ethernet (10/100Base-T) RJ-45 jack x 1|
|Remote Interface||RS-232C (9-pin) jack x 1 Parallel (25-pin) jack x 1|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||<0.005%|
|Dynamic Range||>105 dB (for 24-bit WAV playback)|
|System||Network CD / Media Player|
|Variable Pitch Width||±16%|
|Variable Trim Adjustment Width||±2 dB|
|Channel Separation||<-106 dB|
|Compatible Media||CD Media USB flash memory USB HDD iPod|
|File System Support||CD: CD-DA (CD Text), CD-ROM (ISO9660) USB: FAT16, FAT32, HFS+|
|Playable File Formats||Playable WAV Format Extension: WAV, AIFF, AIF Resolution: 16 / 24-bit Sampling Frequency: 96, 48, 44.1 kHz Playable MP3 Format Extension: MP3 Bit rate: 32-320 kbps, VBR Sampling Frequency: 48, 44.1 kHz Playable AAC Format Extension: M4A, AAC Compression Method: AAC-LC Bit rate: 64-320 kbps, VBR Sampling frequency: 48, 44.1 kHz|
|Number of Channels||2 (stereo) 1 (mono)|
|Frequency Range||20 Hz - 20 kHz (±0.5 dB)|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||>105 dB (A-Weighted)|
It records and plays back fabulously, you're kidding yourself if you think you're not going to need to print and read the full manual, but as far as quality it's spot on. Still some things that I wish it would do that it doesn't, but it's firmware upgradable, so you never know what may be added.
So far it works great. The only issue I've had is having to cycle the power for it to rediscover my network or phone connection. It works with my IPhone 7+. Make sure to get thumb drives smaller than 32gigs and format in Fat32, NTFS thumb drives will not work.
I really like this unit (although I prefer the simpler, no network - but sadly, discontinued - DN-500R - or, better still, the DN-300R with the addition of a Rec/Pause button).
We record all our shows and are building up an archive for live albums so we wanted the best sound quality. We were told to check out dn-700r for recording to USB or sound card and being flexibile in different venue setups.
We archive everything we record automaticly via ftp with this device. We no longer need to buy CD/DVD and to share them, everything is now done on the network.
This audio player is crucial in my rack. We've got a growing team, and depending on who's running the night different people have their own preferences for devices to keep the music going. Denon's the best for this and the 700C gets two thumbs up from us.
I wrote several manufacturers requesting the development of a device like this between 2010 and 2013 and in 2014 Denon gave me what I wanted!! This device is perfect for my needs at a university school of music.
Overall the functionality and price of this unit is excellent, however I discovered a problem for my particular usage doing archival transfers of digital material. It may be possible to fix it with a firmware update, Denon support has been less than responsive.
I really wanted to like the DN700C. It has a nice solid build and decent features, but this device is not ready for prime time. Its network access speeds are painfully slow, and it absolutely refused to communicate with a DLNA qualified NAS, no matter what file sharing protocol was enabled on the...
As a broadcast studio user of numerous Denon CD decks from DN615, 630, 635, 640... I just don't get how Denon can repeatedly come up with great basic designs but let them down totally by blind spots that are a nightmare for professional users.