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DENON - AH-NCW500 HEADPHONES (SILVER)
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- Noise Cancelling blocks out ambient noise. Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Connectivity with CD Sound Quality for Premium, CD Quality Audio over Bluetooth (Bluetooth with aptX). Integrated Amplifier.
- Memory-foam, pentagonal-shaped ear pads provide superior comfort. Two-axis ear cup articulation for a perfect fit. Black Protein Leather with exposed stitching. Adjustable metal slider.
- Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Connectivity, Integrated controls & microphones for superior mobility, ease of use, and convenience. Denon's patent-pending Control Wheel for control of iPod, iPhone, iPad, and other mobile devices via Bluetooth.
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Designed to fold flat into a case about the size of an iPad (case included), Denon's Globe Cruiser headphones, AH-NCW500SR and AH-NCW500BK, are exceptionally portable. Created with the frequent business traveler in mind, Denon's Globe Cruiser On-Ear headphones provide exceptional sound quality, Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity, advanced noise cancelling, and integrated controls & microphones for a peaceful yet productive travel experience. Denon's patent pending control wheel and integrated On-Ear cup microphone allows for easy control of Apple iPod, iPhone and iPad and clarity of phone calls and control of Siri voice recognition personal digital assistant (available on iPhone 4S). Denon's patent-pending pentagonal-shaped memory foam ear pads provide comfort for long flights. Also Included: a cable (for times when Bluetooth connectivity is not allowed), airline adapter (for in-flight listening), and artificial leather carrying case. Further enhance your listening experience by downloading the Denon Travel app, available for Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and Android smartphones.
From the Manufacturer
Denon's Globe Cruiser AH-NCW500SR Wireless On-Ear Headphones' portability, exceptional noise cancellation, and optimal sound quality are made for travelers who want to enjoy superior sound and be productive on the go. You can seamlessly switch between music, phone calls, and voice-controlled applications over Bluetooth wireless connectivity without having to fumble for your smartphone thanks to the Denon Control Wheel. The memory-foam ear pads keep you comfortable even on long flights, and the rechargeable battery lasts for 10 hours. An integrated microphone lets you make clear, comfortable phone calls once you're back on the ground.
Includes case, adapter, and cables.
Wireless headphones include noise cancellation technology and a built-in control wheel. View larger.
40-millimeter drivers and Bluetooth 3.0 offer CD-quality wireless audio.
Immersive Sound, Wherever You Are
The Globe Cruiser On-Ear Wireless Headphones are designed with subtle noise cancellation circuitry that blocks external noise when you travel while allowing you to hear announcements from the flight crew. Featuring a 40-millimeter driver, a built-in amplifier, aptX codecs, and AAC's decoding, they deliver CD-quality audio over a Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connection. An optional audio cable is included for when Bluetooth wireless listening is not allowed (for example, in flight). Also included is a two-pronged airline adapter, which works with the headphone jack in most airline seats, so you can enjoy the Globe Cruiser's sound quality with the in-flight movie.
Thanks to their Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity and integrated controls and microphones, the Globe Cruiser On-Ear Wireless Headphones facilitate peaceful and productive travel. Denon's patent-pending integrated control wheel and microphone, built into the ear cup, allow you to easily control your iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Android smartphone wirelessly. Transitions are easy between music, phone calls, and voice-controlled applications.
The headphones fold flat into a case that's about the size of an iPad (case included). The ear pads twist off for easy storage in the case, but you can leave them attached and use the expansion zipper on the case to make it a little thicker. An audio cable is included to allow for a wired connection when you need it.
These headphones offer the wireless convenience of Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to listen to music without worrying about the tangle of a headphone cable. For the best performance, you should avoid keeping your smartphone in your pocket while using your headphones, as Bluetooth connectivity can be weakened when your smartphone's battery is low or when clothing or the human body blocks the signal. Wearing your smartphone in an armband can ensure better reception and make accessing controls easier.
The headphones remain comfortable to wear over the long haul. They feature Denon's pentagonally-shaped memory-foam ear pads and an adjustable headband--as well as a two-axis cup design that allows 360-degree articulation.
Long-Lasting Rechargeable Battery
The rechargeable battery lets you listen on the move for 10 hours at a time. If the battery runs out, the headphones still work in passive mode (with the cable connected, and without noise cancellation). A micro USB cable is included with the product for easy charging of the headphones from your computer or USB wall outlet.
Travel App Customizes Equalizer and Tracks Flights
The Denon Travel smartphone application for iPhone or Android devices, available for download from the Apple store or Google Play Store, integrates with the headphones to let you customize your equalizer settings. You can also take advantage of EQ presets using its simple drag-and-drop custom EQ functionality.
The app also lets you track your flight status, manage your itinerary, and provides access to up to 70,000 internet radio stations worldwide.
What's in the Box
Globe Cruiser AH-NCW500SR On-Ear headphones, carrying case, audio cable, airline adapter, and micro-USB charging cable.
Globe Cruiser AH-NCW500SR
Wireless On-Ear Headphones
- Noise-canceling technology minimizes distractions
- 40-millimeter driver, built-in amplifier, aptX codecs, and AAC decoding deliver CD-quality sound over a Bluetooth wireless connection
- Optional audio cable included for when wireless is not allowed (e.g. in flight)
- Memory-foam ear pads and adjustable headband keep you comfortable for hours
- Rechargeable battery lasts 10 hours
- Denon Travel App available for iOS and Android
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|Urban Raver||Globe Cruiser|
|Best for||Bass-heavy music||Bass-heavy music||Bass-heavy music||Bass-heavy music||Travel||Travel|
|Music Maniac||Exercise Freak|
|Best for||Serious Listening||Serious Listening||Serious Listening||Serious Listening||Serious Listening||Exercise|
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I'm not being picky: live in NYC and take subways daily, and sometimes travel by air. I don't want to be That Guy who makes everyone listen to his music (especially since I have some guilty pleasure listening to 80's pop that would destroy the illusion of cool projected by such nice looking headphones..)
If you're connecting to a MacBook Pro you may become irritated at the difficulty to connect. It does "pair" fine; it just doesn't connect. I actually returned my pair for the Parrot Zik. The Parrot's are said to be closed-in, noise canceling and wireless. We'll see, stay tuned....
- Incredibly heavy; they barely deserve to be called portable.
- It's also possible to pinch your fingers in the metal parts as they twist from storage mode to operational mode.
- They must have been designed for people with small heads, because even fully extended, they felt a little too small to me.
- Sound quality on blue tooth is awful - tinny and weak. Did I get a defective set?
I'll admit the leather ear cushions are nice, but it no way made up for the faults above.
However about 2 months ago the right earphone started to drop out intermittently, then eventually completely died. I contacted Denon and they referred me to a 3rd party repair location (Panurgy OEM) as this model was no longer in service. I contacted this company, completed a RA form and paid $29 for them to just look at the headphones. After Panurgy received the headphones they promptly responded that they were non-repairable and they could arrange a special purchase of this new model for $250. Of course this is a complete joke as the new model can be purchased for considerably less than $250 so I promptly denied the offer, told Panurgy to scrap my headphones, and lost the $29 evaluation fee.
As a result I would not consider Denon headphones. After 2.5 years a $300 set of headphones should not leave you high and dry. Shame on me for spending $330 total on these - next time I will try Parrot or Bose.