Capitol Expands Denon HEOS to All U.S. Customers Capitol is now offering Denon Electronics’ popular HEOS wireless multi-room sound system to its customer base nationwide.RS Staff ⋅ Jul 27, 2016 A HEOS Amplifier from Denon In a move that brings a proven profit builder to the company’s complete customer base, Capitol is now offering Denon Electronics’ popular HEOS wireless multi-room sound system to its customer base nationwide. In addition, Capitol added Denon’s S-Series audio/video receivers to its nationwide offerings as well. Both lines were previously available only to Capitol’s clients in the Midwest. “Dealers understand that Denon’s HEOS is the wireless multi-room system of choice for clients who demand audiophile-quality sonics without sacrificing convenience and reliability,” said Curt Hayes, president and CFO, Capitol. “I have no doubt that our customers around the country will enjoy the same high level of success with the HEOS line as our customers here in the Midwest.” Introduced by Denon in 2014, the HEOS series continues to evolve to meet consumer demand as the popularity of wireless multi-room sound systems grow. Earlier this year, the company announced that the HEOS family of speakers, pre-amp, and amp will be adding Bluetooth accessibility—giving consumers the choice of utilizing either Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth to play music through their HEOS system. In addition, HEOS handles a wide variety of high-resolution audio formats, including FLAC, ALAC, and WAV, as well as MP3, PCM, and WMA. HEOS brings Denon-quality audio to any—or all—rooms in the home by easily connecting via Bluetooth or an existing Wi-Fi network through the HEOS app, available for iOS, Android, and Fire devices. It instantly gives users multi-room audio control at their fingertips, commanding music in every room from any HEOS device. Another bonus is the ability to stream the Bluetooth content from one speaker to other speakers over the Wi-Fi network and add one new HEOS HS2 device to an existing HEOS product without concern of compatibility issues. “HEOS is a perfect example of how convenience, performance, and flexibility can be maximized in a single, upgradeable system,” Hayes said.