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Denon AH-C360 Advanced In-Ear Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Denon

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  • Hybrid material driver housing for the highest fidelity sound reproduction
  • Radial Cascade Damper system reduces cable-transmitted vibration noise
  • Acoustic Optimizer balances sound pressure in front of and behind the diaphragm
  • 9mm diaphragms with Neodymium magnet drive units
  • Supplied with soft silicon earpads in four sizes (XS, S, M, L) for optimum fit and comfort
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Technical Details

  • Cord: Standard: 27.56 inches (70cm) - With extension: 59.8 inches (152cm)
  • Driver Unit: Single Neodymium Driver Unit 9mm Diaphragm Hybrid Material Driver Housing
  • Ear coupling: Intraaural (Ear Canal Fit)
  • Frequency Response: 5Hz - 24kHz
  • Impedance: 16 Ohms (at 1kHz)
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002HNY23O
  • Item model number: AH-C360K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 21, 2009

Product Description

Featuring Denon's latest in-ear headphone technologies, the AH-C360 comes equipped with our exclusive Radial Cascade Damper system which minimizes cable-transmitted vibration noise for superior fidelity while on-the-go. Denon's Acoustic Optimizer technology balances the sound pressure in front of and behind the diaphragm delivering neutral tonal balance with superior deep bass detail. The lightweight in-ear headphone housing features Denon's hybrid material driver system which incorporates a soft elastomer outer layer for optimum comfort. The in-ear design ensures a comfortable fit, and the AH-C360 is supplied with four sets of soft, compliant silicon earpads that allow the best fit and optimum isolation from extraneous ambient noise. The headphones also feature Oxygen Free Copper cabling, and are supplied with an extension cable that features an L-shaped 3.5mm gold-plated plug that is iPhone compatible. The included semi-hard shell carrying case is compact and lightweight.

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Customer Reviews

Good bass and clear sound.
steve williams
All five stars qulity!!!Good !Good !
Wei Pan
These headphones sounds awesome!
Pete

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. B. Guzman on July 31, 2010
While looking to replace my replace my broken Shure E2c's I tried Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket buds, Klipsh S4's and the Denon far surpass all of them in sound quality and price. Heck and even surpass the sound quality of my old E2C's. Just ensure you have a good in ear fit. The package includes several sized rubber buds, an cord extension with 90 degree jack, and a zippered carrying case. These buds are super comfortable, and sound amazing especially for the price!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Fabio Arisa Pereira on February 12, 2010
I also have the AH-C360. It is surprisingly good in all tonal balance, dynamics and clarity. I am very familiar with audiophile equipments, and my references are with the Sennheiser HD-650 upgraded. This Denon is the best in ear I've tested so far. No need to spend $100+ for a decent in-ear phone. Oh yes, and it's pretty comfortable too. Enjoy
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Dorne on August 14, 2013
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I'm on my second pair of these, after using the first pair almost daily for several years. I needed something very compact and portable for my CTA commute, something I could get in and out of a pocket if need be. I also needed something affordable, something that wouldn't hurt if I needed to buy a replacement pair due to damage, theft, etc. However, I could not sacrifice on sound quality and go for something truly cheap. I've had great experiences with Denon headphones, amplifiers, and phono cartridges, and these in-ear phones fall right in line with that good track record.

For about $30, you get a reasonably well-built set of in-ear phones that include several different sized ear pads to fit your ears, as well as a zippered carrying case and an extension cable. The sound is very transparent and non-fatiguing, especially for the price. Different recordings sound different, and I really hear the music rather than the headphones. Stereo separation is very good, although you will not get the kind of imaging you get with open-ear phones. But these serve a different purpose than those do, and they do a decent job of blocking out the intoxicated ramblings of crazy people on the train. Being in a big city and wanting to be aware of my surroundings, I wouldn't want them to completely block all ambient noise, and they don't.

They are not bass-heavy, but rather, being relatively transparent in sound reproduction, the EQ will vary from recording to recording. I occasionally listen to rap and electronic music, and I get a thrill out of the sub-bass frequencies these things can accurately reproduce. The midrange is neutral and uncolored, and the highs are clear without being overly bright and fatiguing.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Khabinsky on September 8, 2011
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I've been using these headphones for about two months now.

Pros:
1) You can never make a mistake which one is the right/left one. The design curves differently for each ear.
2) Rich sound, especially bass. I listen to all sorts of music and this pair has done a very good job of rendering most songs. I'm currently listening to a LOSSLESS version of the Beach Boys' Good Vibrations - beautiful!
3) Comes with an extension cable. While this may be a con for some people (you have a choice of short without it or very long cable once you connect it), it's useful for me because I'm constantly moving around my computer. Definitely necessary if you're keeping your music player in your pocket.

Cons:
1) Not a fan of the thin and frail looking cord. My other headphones were of a thicker plastic and weren't split into two as these are. So far so good though. No damage.

All in all, a great pair for the price!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lijo Lukose on June 29, 2013
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Im giving this only a 3 star because i found certain thing i didnt like about this product. First and foremost, the earbud is made of cheap material and attracts dust very easily. Second is the cable length is either too short or too long -- there is no 'appropriate' length for the cable. For instance I'm 6" and I couldnt put my phone in the pocket while standing. Even though there is an extension cable it will make it longer than needed. The sound quality is an A-OK. People who choose bass as their first priority will love these i assume. The mids and highs are not what i expected it to be. The one thing to admire about these headphones are the shape of the earbuds, which fit perfectly for the ear. It is comfortable and and sometimes you cant even feel your wearing a headphone! However given my rating, I still feel this is a good bang for the buck. Go for it if all you care about is a comfortable earphones with good bass.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Siena Chiang on December 7, 2011
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As someone who loses and/or breaks her headphones every three months or so, these Denon headphones fit the bill of affordability and quality. Compared to other products that cost upwards of $60-$70, they are the right price and have good sound quality. One issue I have is that they come with an extension that nearly doubles their length, but its somewhat awkward because without the extension, they are too short to comfortably fit my iPod in my pocket. With them, however, they are excessively long. Otherwise, I'm very pleased!
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I have a bunch of earbuds, as well as studio headphones for listening. In-ear headphones are my work/workout/mobile solution for listening. I have some Klipsch Image S4s, some throwdown Panasonics that are surprisingly good, and countless other lesser brands.

While the bass response of the Image S4 headphones are misunderstood, the Denon C360 still beats them on almost every level. The response is smoother, the highs are silky, and the bass is forceful but balanced. After break-in time, they reward you with great, rich music in a variety of positions, whether active and sweating, or at your desk, these buds deliver.

I will say that I had a pair of the same earbuds a few years ago, and I do recall that those were richer and the soundstage sounded 'bigger' through those older pair. But it could be my ears are getting more discerning, or these new ones need more break-in time.

Either way, I would suggest these as great mid priced in-ear headphones. They hopscotch headphones in higher price ranges easily. Hurry and get some since they are reported discontinued!!
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