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Wireless speaker Denon Home 350 review

The Denon Home 350 large wireless speaker is good for podcasts. Its a little bit boomy sound profile has got a basic mid-range, so vocal-centric content such as podcasts or audio books sounds in-depth and precise. Nevertheless, it provides sub-par directivity, so your audio will not sound as very clear from all directions. It also does not support multi-device combining, so can’t be connected it to your smartphone and pc at the same time. On the benefit, it supports multi-room, which means that you can link several devices mutually to play various content across your home.
The Denon Home 350 is fine for movies and videos. It has a just a bit boomy audio profile which can help deliver out the intensity of sound effects in action-packed moments. You can also connect it up to your suitable Denon soundbar if you want to build a more impressive home theater setup. Even so, while the bar can get loud, there are some compression artifacts at maximum volume level. Its soundstage is not very wide, either, therefore your sound may not seem as fascinating.

The Denon Home 350 wireless speaker is very good for music. It has a a bit boomy sound profile that’s well-suited for most audio types. If you choose a different sound, there are bass and treble sliders offered in the companion application. However, while it can play stereo content, its sound-stage isn’t quite wide, so it won’t sound very immersive. It can also get fairly loud, but there are some compression artifacts at max sound level.
The Denon Home 350 is a rectangle-shaped speaker that’s meant to sit horizontally on its platform. It has a glass top with responsive control keys, and there is a small status light on the front bottom part of the speaker, below the Denon company logo. It also comes in white colored. Photo: Denon

Alexa Built-In
Straightaway ask for your songs, manage the volume and audio levels, or skip tracks and much more with just your voice.
The HEOS application is excellent. It has bass and treble sliders so that you can modify its sound to your preference. You can also pair 2 speakers together to make a stereo set, link multiple audio speakers to cover up a large room in your home, or connect them to play audio in several rooms of your home.
The Denon Home 350 is a wired speaker developed for home use. You can add it to your Denon DHT-S716H soundbar and Denon DSW-H1 subwoofer if you want to create a 5.1 home theater setup. If you want to use it as a separate speaker, it has a just a bit boomy sound profile that you can fine-tune using its companion app’s bass and treble sliders. It can also obtain quite loud. It also has really high Bluetooth latency on iOS and Android, which can produce streaming videos a annoying practical experience.
The HEOS application is extremely effective, allowing to simply access streaming services such as Spotify and Tidal, and the Denon demonstrates both equally as adept with more compressed content. It also has an amazing powerful range, switching from soft to uncomfortably loud in an instant.

Acoustic System

ConstructionStereo Speaker
Built-in Class-D Power Amplifiers6
Drivers6
Tweeter2 x 19 mm
Mid-Range2 x 50 mm
Woofer2 x 165 mm

Features

High Resolution Audio supportYes
USB input (mass storage)Yes
Analog input (3.5mm mini jack)Yes
Stereo PairingYes
Usage as Surround SPK for Soundbar DHT-S716HYes
Supports Subwoofer with HEOS built-inYes
Bass and Treble ControlYes

Control

Proximity SensorYes
Quick Select Buttons6
Volume +/-Yes
Play/PauseYes

Wireless Technology

HEOS built-inYes
WiFi 2.4 GHzIEEE 802.11b/g/n
WiFi 5 GHzIEEE 802.11a/n/ac
Airplay 2Yes
BluetoothYes

Connectivity

USB port for direct connection of stored musicYes
Wired Network (RJ-45)Yes
3.5mm AUX InputYes

General

Available colors: White / BlackYes / Yes
Power Supply (built-in)AC 100 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D)380 x 225 x 180 mm
Weight in kg6.3