Denon PMA – 30


Design Series Integrated Amplifier with 2x 40W and Bluetooth


    Digital in: USB-B / optical / coaxial / USB-ANo / 2 / Yes / No
    Sample Rate digital In192 kHz / 24-bit
    Bluetooth / aptX / NFCYes / Low Latency / Yes
    Balance / Bass / Treble / LoudnessYes / Yes / Yes / No

    Vertical InstallationYes
    Low Noise OELD displayYes
    Source DirectYes

    Audio Inputs1
    Digital in: USB-B / optical / coaxial / USB-ANo / 2 / Yes / No
    Pre-out / Main-inSubwoofer / No
    Number of terminals2
    Headphone OutYes
    Headphone Gain Control (low / mid / high)Yes

    Output power 8 Ohm (20 Hz – 20 kHz, T.H.D. 0.07%)25W (1kHz)
    Output power 4 Ohm (1 kHz, T.H.D. 0.7%)40 W
    Total Harmonic Distortion1%
    Signal to Noise Ratio: MM/MCNo / No
    Input Sensitivity: High level70 mV
    Signal to Noise Ratio: High level110dB
    Treble Control± 8 dB at 12 kHz
    Bass Control± 8 dB at 100 Hz

    Available colors: Premium Silver / BlackYes / No
    Power Consumption in W35
    Standby Consumption in W0.2
    Auto Power OffYes
    Remote ControlRC-1220
    Maximum Dimensions (W x D x H) in mm200 x 240 x 86
    Weight in kg2.7





Product Type

Stereo Integrated Amplifier


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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.