Follow those seven simple steps and your pair of Denon Home speakers will be pumping out music in stereo in no time. Of course, the real advantage of stereo pairing using a wireless connection is that the speakers can be easily placed to achieve optimal audio from your listening position – you can move the speakers until that sonic sweet spot is located.
The Home speaker series’ versatility also allows you to wirelessly connect a DSW-1H subwoofer if you’re looking for extra low end, especially when using a pair of compact Home 150 speakers. Of course, the bass quota in the entire range will be well suited for most situations, but the addition of a dedicated subwoofer will be welcome in larger rooms or simply by bass-centric music fans.
It is also worth mentioning that, due to technical reasons, as of this moment, Apple Airplay will be disabled in stereo configuration, but support for this streaming option is incoming – so hold tight, Apple fans.
But getting stereo sound from your Denon Home speakers from just a few adjustments on the HEOS app isn’t the whole story: there’s a lot of technology hiding under the speaker hood that contributes to achieving stereo capability.
Unlike a traditional cabled hi-fi set-up, where both speakers receive the music information at the same time, wireless systems need to deal with delayed transfer of audio data over a wireless connection – a critical issue that needs solving to enjoy perfect stereophonic sound. The audio engineers at Denon have cleverly developed HEOS technologies to ensure audiophile synchronization across both the left and right Home speakers.
The result is a stable sound stage and a perfect stereo image. Try it for yourself!