DP-400

Premium belt-driven Hi-Fi Turntable

$499.00
3.7 out of 5 Customer Rating
DP-400 is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 24.
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With its pre-mounted MM cartridge, built-in phono pre-amp and carefully engineered tonearm with auto lift and playback stop, the Denon DP-400 plays brings out the details in your cherished albums. The integrated auto sensor accurately controls the platter and supports playback at 33 1/3, 45 and 78 rpm. The exclusive, removeable dust cover doubles as a display stand for album covers.

  • Reference sound
  • Speed selector
  • Built-in phono pre-amp
  • Semi-automatic operation
  • Belt-driven
  • MM cartridge

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DP-400

DP-400

$499.00
$499.00
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DP-400

Discover faithful vinyl playback with a reference-level turntable

Premium construction and trusted Denon engineering ensure an experience worthy of your collection.
DP-400

Extend your Vinyl Passion

DP-400

Breathe new life into your collection

DP-400

Breathe new life into your collection

Supports playback at 33 1/3 rpm, 45 rpm and 78 rpm. Easily play your entire vinyl collection and enjoy its full breadth — even your cherished, vintage 78’s.

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DP-400
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Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love my DP-400 but silly Newbie question We have this connected to a speaker, but due to space (living in a small NYC apartment) we would like to connect this to our Marshall speaker via Bluetooth as we won't want wires crossing the living room. Is there a way to make the player adaptable so we don't need to plug in a speaker? Thanks so much.
Date published: 2024-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great record player, stock cartridge is not bad. This is a great priced record player. Paired it with Yamaha S-501 and Fluance floor standing speakers. Visually it is equally very pleasing. Cover is awkward but it is actually very functional for me. It can be used as record cover display. Also, it is better for me to take it off and leave the player open. Stock stylus is not bad. I however also purchased an high end $450 AT stylus which improved the sound considerably but given that this record player cost as the same, I would not expect Denon to include an expensive cartridge. My recommendation is that you should upgrade the stock cartridge with perhaps an AT costing around $100. It will make a huge difference. I am disappointed with Denon however that it doesn’t offer reasonably priced cartridges. I would really like to buy a 110 cartridge for less than $200. Overall, this is a great record player. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2023-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vinyls LOVE the DP-400 Great TT from Denon. There was a reason that I held onto all my vinyls. Ones that I purchased back in the 70s. The vinyls spinning on the DP-400 along with Bowers and Wilkins speakers sounds fabulous!
Date published: 2023-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Quality Beautiful Slick style Very good quality Easy to assemble
Date published: 2022-11-06
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Questions

I'm a novice with the new tech. I have the DP400 turntable and I need to know if I purchased the D-M41 Is that all I will need to get my turntable to work and have sound. Or do I also need a set of separate speakers to go with the D-M41?

Asked by: Peggy
Hi Peggy, Speakers are included with the D-M41. The DP-400 has everything you need to connect directly to the D-M41. Here is a link to the one setting which needs attention when you have the DP-400 connected to the D-M41's 'Analog In' port on the rear panel (back of DP-400; equalizer switch 'On'): https://manuals.denon.com/DP400/ALL/EN/OBAOSYymeqjzlq.php
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Date published: 2023-11-17

Do I have to buy an amplifier for my DP400 turntable? What speakers work well with it

Asked by: Peggy
Hi Linda, Yes - an amplifier is required to get the DP-400 fully operational for you to enjoy your LPs. For an easy, compact amplifier/speaker solution, the D-M41 makes a great case for itself in a small or medium sized room. Here is a link to the D-M41: https://www.denon.com/en-us/product/mini-systems/d-m41/137196.html
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-11-16

I will use this TT in India, Is it suitable for 220-240 volts? Can I use this with My Marantz Stereo Amplifier?

Asked by: Sanpareek
Hello, Yes - the DP-400 will work with a 220-240 volts. We recommend purchasing our products from a local dealer, as our products are only guraranteed in the country in which they were bought. Denon USA does not ship outside of North America. Here is a link to our distributoin teams in your region: Preeti Trading Corporation 3, Shubhangini Building, 51, Milan Subway Road, Santacruz West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400054 India TEL: +919820644435, +912226108821, +912226108820 E-Mail: [email protected], [email protected] >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> PRO FX Tech Pvt Ltd Dynamic House, 64, Church Street, Bengaluru - 560001 INDIA TEL: +91 80 65686722 E-Mail: [email protected]; [email protected]
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Date published: 2023-10-30

Will this turntable easily connect with any Denon receiver manufactured in the last 5 years?

Asked by: AaronG
Hi AaronG, Yes - the DP-400 excels in this area. The reason being is it gives the option of either using the phono stage built into the receiver (or an external phono pre-amp), or because the DP-400 has a built-in phono pre-amp itself, you can use a regular analog line input of your receiver. This is partocularly useful, as not all receivers have a phono input.
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-08-22

Hello , I have a D M41 denim mini and want to be sure that the DP 400 turntable can be connected to the D M41

Asked by: Cam 27
Hi Cam 27, Yes - the DP-400 and the D-M41 pair well because the DP-400 has a built-in phono pre-amp. Once activated (equalizer on/off switch on the DP-400's rear panel), the DP-400 connects to the D-M41 courtesy of the D-M41's Analog input using the RCA cables included with the DP-400.
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-07-24

Hello. If the tonearm is upgraded with Denon DL-110 moving coil cartridge, will it work when using DP-400's built-in phono pre-amp?

Asked by: grt260g
Hello, The DL-110 is a high output moving coil cartridge, and therefore will work well with the phono stage built into the DP400.
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-11-10

Hello, I'm about to buy the DP-400 but I don't know what amplifier to buy or if it's better to buy active speakers. What amplifier and speakers do you recommend? Hope you can help me to have a nice sound system.

Asked by: Andymac
Hello, Active speakers save a bit of space, but they aren't very good at allowing your system to grow, so I shall begin by suggesting you go with a separate amplifier and speakers. As you only mention the DP-400, I will be focusing on a 2 channel system, and not surround sound. For the amplifier, I suggest taking a look at either the PMA-600NE or the DRA-800H. The PMA-600NE is a fine choice if TV isn't so important The PMA-600NE plays TV sound very impressively, but it doesn't have HDMI inputs - which you might want if you are a gamer or a movie enthusiast. If you plan to watch TV/movies at least as much as listening to music, the DRA-800H is great option as it has HDMI ports on the back panel to suit your modern AV sources. For speakers, have a look at models from Polk Audio, Definitive Technology and Bowers & Wilkins. The trick is to get the right sized speaker for the room. Small rooms like smaller speakers, medium sized rooms like small-medium sized speakers, and large rooms like large speakers. Polk Audio's Reserve Series and Bowers & Wilkins 600 Series speakers are both exceptional with music, and very popular worldwide.
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-05-24

Hello, I’m considering buying the DP-400. If I were to upgrade the cartridge, which ones would be compatible with this turntable? Would I have to change the headshell as well? Which headshells are compatible with the tonearm? Thank you in advance.

Asked by: StephM
Hello, Any of the cartridge models in our line-up will work for your tonearm/headshell. The DL-110 is the obvious choice if you do not have a phono pre-amp which supports low output moving coil cartridges. The DL-110 is a high output moving coil cartridge, and works well with a regular moving magnet phono pre-amp If ever you do wish to change your headshell, it needs to be the SME fitment. Here is a link to our cartridge options. https://www.denon.com/en-us/category/turntables/
Answered by: Denon Response
Date published: 2023-12-17
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