Denon HEOS Link HS2

Denon HEOS Link HS2 Wireless Pre-Amplifier connects the excellent sound system pre-amplifier by means of simple, digital cable or fibre optic links to any current home theatre or music system into a remote HEOS sound zone. Also, play your favourite music from a scope of internet-based features as well as your cell phone, tablet, USB drives or other outside gadgets.

Additionally, the HEOS Link adds HEOS multi-room sound performance to any current sound system or controlled speakers. Appreciate streaming music from the cloud utilizing the instinctive HEOS application for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire Devices. With a top-tier quality sound system with simple, digital coax and optical results, as well as a 12V trigger and Denon IR control yield, the HEOS Link is easily integrated, regardless of the system, you have.

Specifications of Denon HEOS Link HS2: 

Denon HEOS Link HS2

Dimensions: 155 x 74 x 150mm

Weight: 1.3kg

Year: 2017                                

Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz

Total harmonic distortion: less than 0.003%

Signal to noise ratio: 100dB (line)

Common problems that occur in Denon HEOS Link HS2:

Problem: Audio Distortion from amplifiers

How do you feel if you cannot hear any audio from your speaker or amplifier, all you can hear is sound distortion with sizzle and pops?

(a) Damage to an amplifier or Home theatre.

Solution:  If there is any damage or blemish to the speaker, the best way is to let the Professional Audio Engineers handle it. They will fix the cables and wires that depend on plugs and jacks which can get faulted over time. Sometimes there may be carbon deposits stuck inside the amplifier. They will clean that also with the relevant chemicals and make your amplifier up to the mark and delightful for you.                

(b) Clipping

 Solution: Clipping means issues with power supply voltage in speakers. This problem can be corrected by professional engineers. They will fix the clipping with specified technicalities.

Problem: Amplifiers sputter periodically 

The reason for sputtering of amplifiers could be faulty or loose wires or there would be some internal issues. It can also happen because of the high volume. Sputtering usually occurs during the loudest parts of the songs.

There is a specified saturation level to which volume can be raised. If sputtering occurs eventually, it will ruin your amplifier.

Solution: The cure for this problem is by a professional only. So go to the authorized service centre near you for this.

Problem: Music lacks Treble or Bass

When your music system doesn’t sound good, the issue is the lack of treble or bass in the amplifier.

Cause (a): Inappropriate setting of Equalizer

Solution: The inappropriate setting of the equalizer could be the major possibility of treble or bass in the amplifier. The correction of this problem is by applying correct technicalities by the professionals.

Cause(b): Faulty wires 

Solution: This is also a very common issue resolved by changing damaged for faulty wires.

Cause(c): Damages with Tweeters and Woofers

Solution: Sometimes there are damages to tweeters and woofers of the amplifiers because of which the music system does not sound good and lacks treble or bass. The professional engineers will correct this. 

Problem: Humming audio/sound in the amplifiers

Isn’t that annoying, when you aren’t playing any sound still your amplifier is buzzing like a bee. This is not distortion, it’s humming. Humming and distortion are two different concepts. It usually happens with older models.

Causes & Solutions:

  (a) Most of the time the humming sound comes from the power supply section of the amplifier. Generally, it comes from the Power transformer, the main filter condenser in the AC to DC converting circuit.

(b) Humming sound also comes from a faulty pre amplifier section. The preamplifier stage needs to be checked when the pre-stage transistor and capacitor are on the coupling circuit.

(c) Sometimes humming sound also originates from a defective input source which should be corrected.