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Denon AH-C700K Reference Audio In-Ear Headphones (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Comfortable, in-ear fit for maximum sound isolation
  • Acoustic Optimizer technology improves dynamic bass by adjusting sound pressure balance on both sides of the diaphragm
  • Rigid aluminum housing provides clear, dynamic sound
  • Reference-quality 12-24,000Hz frequency response
  • 11mm neodymium driver

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Product Description

Product Description

The ear-bud headphones for audio enthusiasts - from Denon. The AH-C700 offer a machined aluminum housing and plug designed to reproduce unprecedented sound dynamics. They also feature Denon's exclusive Acoustic Opimizer which adjusts sound pressure balance in front and behind diaphragm to deliver dynamic bass sounds. Denon's new earbud headphones are the ideal solution for consumers who want to enjoy the flexibility and convenience of super lightweight on-the-go listening, without any sacrifice in audio quality. Ideal for use in commuting via airplane, automobile or subway, AH-C700 (available in black or silver) will faithfully reproduce original sound for discriminating listeners. The comfortable canal-type design that fits snuggly into a listener's ears. Three different sized ear pads are included for a more custom fit.

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Denon AH-C700 Reference Audio In-Ear Headphones feature a canal-type design which will reduce ambient noise, allowing you to enjoy more of the music than ever before. For strength and stability, an aluminum housing has been used to achieve high rigidity so that dynamic sound is clear and on target. The newly developed Acoustic Optimizer provides optimum acoustic characteristics by adjusting the sound pressure balance in front of and behind the diaphragm. Sound is more dynamic, yielding clear bass with proper balance at the low-to-mid frequency range. The 11mm neodymium driver delivers a frequency response of 12-24,000Hz. Three different sizes of earpieces are included for a comfortable, custom fit.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 3.5 x 1.2 inches ; 2.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000MVGBNW
  • Item model number: AH-C700K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2005

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Julikat on August 24, 2007
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black
I bought these last week and cannot bear to take them out of my ears. Why?

The sound! I am absolutely amazed at the sound quality of these little gems. The treble absolutely twinkles with prettiness, mandolins have never sounded so shimmering, it's amazing. And the bass is fantastic, full, warm and punchy without ever being intrusive. It adds the final piece to a wonderful jigsaw. I have been through so many headphones, Shure E4, SE310, SE210, E500, Westone UM2 UE super.fi 5 pro. . . the list goes on. I was never completely satisfied by any of them, and then along came the Denons and my search was over. For a canalphone they are astounding.

They sound beautiful. The midrange is clear, vocals are slightly forward and sound very natural, and the overall tone is beautifully balanced. I've listened to classical, folk, acoustic, flamenco, electronica, rock, and they sound amazing with everything. I use them with a Sony NW-S706 and NW-A8xx and the combination is magic. I don't even need to EQ, and I've always needed to before. The fit is fantastic. They fit like the Sennheiser CX300s, so they don't isolate like the Etymotic or Shure headphones - but despite that, the isolation is still extremely effective and sound leakage is absolutely minimal.

The earphone itself is made from spun aluminium which makes the phones feel nice and solid, plus they look fantastic, and it's so much nicer than plastic housing. The cable is constructed in such a way that it stays tangle free no matter what and microphonics do not exist at all. The earpieces feel almost weightless, and means I can wear them for several hours with no discomfort. They also stay very securely in the ear.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By MacTechie on December 21, 2007
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black Verified Purchase
Been doing comparison reviews off and on for a couple of months now between V-MODA Vibe Earbuds, Sennheiser CX300, Shure E2c, Bang & Olufsen A8...and even an AKG earbuds that has since gone missing in Amazon's DB. I was about to pull the trigger on the V-Moda first and then the Sennheiser CX300 (last week), but then something told me to look again. Somehow I stumbled on to this Denon pair and read the reviews carefully. I got a feeling that this was the one to get....even though it ($99) was 2x the sale price of the CX300 and there were only 5 reviews at the time compared to the others I mentioned.

Just got it and put it through the paces with all types of music on my iPod. From trance, house, dance, pop, classical, R&B...it played everything to my high expectations. Bass, Mids, Highs are all balanced perfectly. Just read someone complaining about the bass being non-existent. Try playing around with the fitting some more. I also came across this on the first try....I pushed the earbuds in a little more to seal off the ear canal and now it's a Bass house in my ears. It compares very similar to the tight deep bass from my Sony MDR-V700s (over the ear phones).

In the end, this is the best set of earbuds I've ever had. The Denon's soundstage also seems wider than my MDR-V700s too. BIG WOW THERE!

**UPDATE** : I recently bought a pair of Sony MDR-EX51LP Fontopia In-The-Ear Headphones and compared it to my Denon set. Denon is louder at the same volume setting on the iPod. Denon has a deeper and more rounded-pronounced bass and much more clarity with amazing mid/highs' detail as described by other reviewers here. I have confirmed that the Sony silicone earbud cushions do fit perfectly on the Denon hardware....
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dee E. Warenycia on May 26, 2007
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black
I admit it....I was spoiled, having spent most of my time listening to my iPod using my Denon AH-D950's, which sound great and are extremely comfortable. However, they are full-sized headphones, which are not handy to carry around!!! I tried my son's Shure earbuds, and they sounded pretty good and were very comfortable in the ear. I was worried about the fact that they seemed plastic and very fragile (and, have been repaired once already). So, I checked to see if Denon was making anything, and I was sold after reading up on them. They seem much sturdier, and they sound tremendous....maybe not quite as much musical "depth" as the 950's, but close. They come with 3 sizes of earpieces (the rubber part that sticks into your ear canal), but even the smallest one is a little too snug for me. My son's Shure's were definitely more comfortable, and I may try the rubber earpieces that he uses. I would maybe knock off half a star for the comfort of the fit, but they sound so good, I could't even think about knocking off a whole star! And, it would have been nice if Denon had supplied a carrying case.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Romano on December 25, 2007
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black Verified Purchase
First off, there is a "trick" to getting the maximum sound out of these in-ear headphones. For me, I had to stick the fittings into my ear and then angle them so they were essentially pointing forward. Meaning they were pointing out in the general direction of my eyes. This makes the outer body of the headphones rest against your ears, while the fittings rest inside and point angled out, and NOT just in toward your eardrum.

For me, this maximized the bass, without sacrificing any treble or mid-range, and really made the sound come alive on these little guys. And they are still way more comfortable than standard earbuds.

In fact, I am wearing them right now as I type, and the sound is so well presented, I can't even hear the keyboard keys clicking as I type.

Other than that - a nice long cord that gives you some room to move around, and the price cut on the black model is great.

Buy and enjoy.
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