Denon AH-C300 Urban RaverTM In-Ear Headphones, Black
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- Denon's patent-pending Double Air Compression Driver technology provides powerful bass from a small form factor.
- Ear Stabilizers (S, M, L) & custom ear tips included for a secure & perfect fit. (Silicon XS, S, M, L; Double Side Silicon S, M, L; & Comply TX-400M Foam).
- Patent-pending Mini Control Wheel & integrated microphones for on-the-go use.
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From the Manufacturer
Denon's Urban Raver AH-C300 In-Ear Headphones are designed for fans of music driven by powerful bass--the pulsating sounds of techno, trance, hip-hop, and other genres where a flat equalizer falls short. Featuring Denon's patent-pending Double Air Compression Driver technology, these headphones incorporate two 11-millimeter drivers in each earpiece to deliver a deep, resonating bass experience. For added convenience, a mini control wheel lets you adjust your iPod, iPhone, or iPad, while an integrated microphone on the earpiece provides optimal clarity for phone conversations.
Sleek in-ear headphones feature a convenient mini control wheel.
11-millimeter drivers deliver powerful bass in a compact headphone.
Pump Up the Bass for the Music You Love
The Urban Raver In-Ear Headphones are designed for listeners seeking the deep, throbbing sounds of techno, hip-hop, and other modern, urban genres. The headphones are engineered with Denon's Double Air Compression Driver Technology that incorporates two parallel 11-millimeter drivers in each earpiece to deliver powerful bass performance and clarity from a compact in-ear headphone.
Convenient Controls for Clear Communication
The headphones feature Denon's patent-pending mini control wheel which allows you to easily change tracks on your iPod, iPhone, or iPad without having to pull your device out of your bag or fumble for an integrated remote on a cable. The built-in earpiece microphone provides clear phone conversations on the go, with no need for an inline remote.
Customizable Fit for Comfort and Security
Listening to your favorite music for hours is more comfortable with the included sets of ear tips. You can choose between Comply Foam and multiple sizes of silicon and double solid silicon ear tips to get the fit you need for hours of comfortable listening. Silicon ear stabilizers, which attach to the earpiece and are made to sit firmly inside the bowl of your ear, are also included for a secure fit.
Enhance Your Listening Experience with the Denon Club App
Download the Denon Club Application from the Apple Store or Google Play Store and further enhance your listening experience. The Denon Club app enables you to play back all music stored on your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone, and provides access to up to 70,000 internet radio stations worldwide. You can also create and store music playlists on the fly, enjoy one-touch access to lyrics, and utilize a 100-band equalizer that allows you to create and store custom EQ curves.
What's in the Box
Urban Raver AH-C300 In-Ear headphones; carrying case with Karabiner; S, M, and L ear stabilizers; XS, S, M, and L silicon ear tips; S, M, and L Double Solid Silicon ear tips; Comply TX-400M Foam ear tips; and 1/4-inch gold-plated adapter.
Urban Raver AH-C300 In-Ear Headphones
- Double Air Compression Driver Technology delivers powerful sound
- Mini control wheel adjusts your iPod, iPhone, or iPad
- Microphone on earpiece allows clear phone conversations
- Ear stabilizers and ear tips included to provide a secure and comfortable fit
- Denon Club App available for iOS and Android
Includes case, adapter, and ear tips. View larger.
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Top Customer Reviews
The mids and highs are definitely nice. Not the brightest sounds, but definitely far better than under $100 headphones. Compared to Beats Tour, these iems beat it in every category except price. i feel as though these r made for pop and hiphop music so it is fair to compare these to Beats.
If u dont listen to hip-hop and pop, there are better options like the Yamaha EPH 100 and Phiaton PS 200. However, for the price, u really cant find better bass boosting iems that also have great mids and highs. If comfort is important, then consider Phonak Audeo PFE 122 since they won'tmake your ears numb during extended use. I personally don't have problems with these Denons, but my brother and a friend of mine has complained about ear fatigue.
To conclude, tight+thumping bass and clear mids+highs are the selling points of these in-ear headphones. if u would rather have pure, unadulterated audio, go with the Yamahas. If u want to smoke weed and mellow out to Da Draught 3, get these.
I was slightly disappointed with the build quality of these. They have an MSRP of $220, and in my opinion these don't feel like they're worth that much. The materials used are almost entirely plastic. The C300's are really big compared to other IEM's. The cable is fairly good, but its thin and tangles quite a lot. The jack, however, is really sturdy and is right-angled. Very high quality. I very much prefer this over a straight jack as this one is harder to pull off and feels safer when its in your pocket.
This is the main drawback of this IEM. The fit is really hard to get right. I mainly purchased this headphone for running and working out. They serve this purpose well, but there's problems. You will spend hours trying to adjust it to fit your ears correctly. Technically, it is possible to just put them on without a good fit, but this vastly changes the bass. Without a proper fit, the bass is very weak. Get it right, however, and you have one of the bassiest IEM's on the market. The fit really depends on your ear size and shape. I have average sized ears and the fit is a problem to me.
I'm new to IEM's (this is actually my first quality pair of in-ears) so take my words with a grain of salt. The isolation on these is fairly good, when you get the fit right. Nothing too special for an IEM, but i still wish it would block out more noise as i mainly use these outside in a busy area.
Comfort on these is good when you remove the wings. But when the wings are on, they will cause discomfort after about half an hour or so of use. Taking the wings out, though, will decrease your chance of getting a good fit. Without the wings, I'd say these are good for about 2 hours of use without any discomfort.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'll just get this out of the way: these things aren't exactly comfortable. Swapped out the wings and the tips multiple times. Read morePublished 22 days ago by J-Side
After two years and it been used just five times max the headphone plastic start peeling and broken plus the end adapter break down , I don't know how and why but Denon only cover... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ahmed ahmed
great bass response and mids too. Poor and complicated fit. they keep falling out of the ears coz they're too heavy.Published 14 months ago by marfa08
Sounds great! Doesn't fit well for me with any of the ear-tips. Bulky. One side stopped working after 15 monthsPublished 16 months ago by Rivindu
Hearing traumatised General headphones to use no more than one hour Otherwise the ear is very uncomfortable It is very comfortable Can listen to more than one hour likePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer