Published on July 15th,2011 at 1:55 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Denon introduces a black version of its AirPlay CD Receiver RCD-N7 in Japan

Denon introduces a black version of its AirPlay CD Receiver RCD-N7 in Japan

Introduced in September 2010 in white only the RCD-N7, a CD player with integrated Wi-Fi and AirPlay support (more here after the jump) is now also available in Japan in black. Both the White version and Black version are technically identical and comes as well with DLNA 1.5 support and iPod/iPhone support.

This new Black RCD-N7 will be sold in Japan within a few weeks at around 55,000 Yen.

Via Denon
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