Denon Soundbar: Minimalist design, maximal output

July 9, 2015

We’ve witnessed TVs, in their high-definition glory, evolve from slim to slimmer. The trend in tech design is bringing about machines that are as beautiful to gaze at for the TV-viewing experience, as they are ornate additions of feng-shui to mount onto your wall. While this is all beautiful, it poses a challenge for speaker manufacturers tasked with the feat of going compact without compromising on audio quality. All the same, the designers at Denon have delivered on their promise of being as minimal in their design as they are maximal in audio output.

Their latest Denon DHT-S514 soundbar matches up to the standard of striking at the middle ground of being a low visibility/hi-fidelity sound system in suave style. Simple HDMI and Bluetooth wireless plug-and-play connectivity come as default, and it’s empowered with a wireless subwoofer so that you can be fully immersed in its enveloping sound. Getting the flat screen is half the job done when transforming your living room into a home theater, but with the Denon DHT-S514 in the mix, you’re set for getting your cinematic respite to the nth degree. 

Get it while it’s hot from AMAC, tel: 01 424-402


– 2-way soundbar to fit 42” TV screens and up
– Powerful wireless subwoofer
– HDMI connectivity with ARC (Audio Return Channel)
– Bluetooth wireless streaming with aptX
– Optical coax digital inputs as well as an analogue input
– Dolby Digital and DTS decoder built in
– 2 listening modes
– Night mode 

by Ghassan Khayyat
Ghassan was tuned into the writing world on a transistor radio-wave of an unbeknownst frequency, once upon a daydream dreary. With a firm belief in Dr. Seussims and all things gadget and gizmo-tronic, he tinkers before he speaks, and chooses his words technologically. He is Editor for T3 Middle East’s Levant English publication and English website, and Associated Editor for the GCC English publication. Reach him at