TV Speaker Base
The Denon DHT-T110 is an under TV Speaker Base that dramatically improves your TV watching experience. Simply connect the all-in-one system to your television and enjoy powerful, dynamic audio from your favourite TV shows, movies, games and music.
As today’s flat panel TVs get thinner and thinner, so does their sound quality. The DHT-T110 has digital audio inputs and features a host of high performance components to deliver rich, enveloping sound. In addition there is Dolby Digital Decoding, 3 Listening Modes with virtual surround sound as well as a Night Mode, which let you enjoy high fidelity sound late into the night without disturbing other family members.
The aptX Bluetooth feature let you stream music from a smartphone in CD quality and for other devices there is an 3.5-millimeter auxiliary input too. Engineered to hold up to 27kg, the DHT-T110 fits perfectly under most TVs up to 50”. Elegantly styled, easy to setup and simple to use, the DHT-T110 is a great alternative to a traditional soundbar.
HDMI: ARC / CEC
Digital input: Optical / Coaxial
Analogue input (3.5mm mini jack)
Simple one wire setup
Bluetooh: A2DP / APT-X /
Dolby Digital decoding / DTS /
Soundmode: Dialog, Music , Movie
Night listening mode
Keyhole style wall mount
Adjustable foot height (2x)
TV placement on top (up to 27kg)
TV remote learning function
IR blaster for extra IR transmitter
Available color: Black
Standby Consumption 0.5
Auto Power Off
Dimensions (W x H x D) 608 x 71 x 355 mm
Height with foot 1 / foot 2
Weight in kg 4.3
Subwoofer Dimensions (W x H x D)
Subwoofer Weight kg
0.79 MB 10/06/2014
"The Denon delivers superb sound quality, with crisp detail, powerful bass and clear dialogue. It hits levels of power and refinement you rarely hear at this price, resulting in a highly entertaining performance from any source."
Denon DHT-T110 – Verdict
"The more affordable DHT-T110 breathes life into tired TV sonics with its sparkling detail and weighty bass, plus the discreet design integrates invisibly into any room, but it’s a shame Denon hasn’t added HDMI ports this time round"
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