Denon PMA 150H


 2 x 70 W HEOS Stereo network receiver, USB DAC, 2 Optical 1 coaxial, HEOS,Alexa,Google Assistant,Airplay 2 ,Blutooth compataible

We, at Auditro Hi-Fi Systems, present the Denon PMA ? 150H.

Product highlights:

  • 35 watts x 2 channels into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.07% THD
  • 70 watts x 2 channels into 4 ohms
  • 4-ohm capability allows use with a wide range of speakers
  • built-in DAC supports high-resolution audio files
  • DAC Master Clock design helps eliminate digital jitter for clear sound
  • Advanced AL32 Processing Plus keeps digital sources sounding smooth, including compressed digital files
  • bright, clear OLED screen displays track information, source, sampling frequency and data format of digital sources
  • built-in AM/FM tuner
  • signal-to-noise ratio: 110 dB
  • remote control included
HEOS Built-in technology:
  • built-in Wi-Fi for listening to music from a networked PC, internet radio, and music services
  • includes support for Pandora®, SiriusXM, and Spotify® (subscription required for some services)
  • free HEOS app offers easy Wi-Fi control, settings adjustments, and music selection and playback
  • works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home voice control assistants
  • Apple AirPlay 2 lets you stream directly from an iPhone® or iPad® and ask Siri to play Apple Music
  • supports multi-room audio with compatible wireless speakers
  • 2 optical and 1 coaxial digital audio inputs
  • two stereo RCA inputs
  • rear-panel Type-B USB supports high-resolution PCM files up to 32-bit/384kHz or 11.2 MHz DSD
  • front-panel Type-A USB for connecting a thumb drive
  • 1/4″ headphone output on front panel
  • Ethernet port for connection to a wired network
  • binding posts for connecting a pair of speakers
  • mono RCA subwoofer output
Dimensions and warranty:
  • 11″W x 4-1/8″H x 12-5/8″D
  • weight: 10.6 lbs.
  • warranty: 1 year



Product Type

Stereo Receiver

Denon, Japan's original audio brand has been turning ideas into reality for over 110 years. Shaped by an intimate relationship with Japan’s national public broadcaster, NHK, the brand spent its early years developing groundbreaking technologies that would reimagine audio paradigms.Denon quickly established itself as the world's most innovative audio brand, regularly first to deliver new technology. Since then, it has drawn on its rich history to inform countless new developments. After all, it was the brand's Hi-Fi expertise that lead Denon to create the first AV Receivers.Now, from its Audio Works facility in Shirakawa, the brand continues to build on its legacy of technological firsts, exploring new formats, processes, and products.