Denon AH-W150YW Exercise Freak In-Ear Headphones, Yellow
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- Integrated Amplifier Professionally tuned to heart-pounding bass to energize your workout. Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless Connectivity. Rechargeable Battery for long workouts (7 hours). Flexible Neckband, Articulating In-Ear Design provides superior fit. Sweat-Proof Earpiece with Built-In Air Cushion for extreme comfort and ventilation. Anti-Microbial Ear Tips reduce the buildup of bacteria (XS, S, M, L). Integrated Controls & Microphone for on-the-go use. Reflective Back Band for safe evening workouts.
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From the Manufacturer
Denon's Exercise Freak AH-W150YW Wireless In-Ear Headphones feature an integrated amplifier and Bluetooth 3.0 Wireless connectivity to provide heart-pounding tunes that energize your workout without getting in the way. These lightweight, sweat-proof headphones stay comfortable and secure thanks to their flexible neckband and the air-cushioned earpieces. The headphones work wirelessly, so there are no cords to snag on exercise equipment. The integrated controls and microphone let you adjust your smartphone and answer calls without interrupting your fitness routine.
Lightweight, sweat-proof headphones stay in place while you move.
Wireless connection offers comfortable, cord-free workouts. View larger.
Wireless Headphones Unleash Your Peak Performance
Unlike conventional wired fitness headphones, these headphones feature Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity with a range of up to 30 feet (10 meters). You can put your smartphone in your pocket, in an arm band, or on a table in the gym while you're lifting weights and still enjoy and control your music while you work out. There are no cords to get tangled in your arms or in exercise equipment.
The headphones are sweat-proof and lightweight, with bacteria-fighting antimicrobial ear tips. The back band is reflective for safer evening workouts.
Integrated Controls for On-the-Go Use
Exercise Freak In-Ear Headphones feature integrated controls and a built-in microphone on the ear piece, so you can play/pause your music, adjust volume, and answer/hang up telephone calls wirelessly via Bluetooth.
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.
Booming Sound and Long-Lasting Battery Keep You Moving
The Exercise Freak headphones' integrated amplifier is tuned to heart-pounding bass to keep you energized while you sweat. The rechargeable battery lasts seven hours--long enough for a marathon. A micro USB cable is included with the product for easy charging of the headphones from your computer or USB wall outlet.
Sweat-proof and Secure Fit
The earpieces feature an articulating in-ear design and come with antimicrobial silicon ear tips in a range of sizes, so you can get the most secure fit possible. The earpieces' built-in air cushions provide ventilation and lasting comfort for the duration of your workout, while the flexible neckband keeps the headphones snug in your ears.
What's in the Box
Exercise Freak AH-W150YW In-Ear Headphones; mesh carrying case with Karabiner; micro USB cable for charging battery; and XS, S, M, and L antimicrobial silicon ear tips.
Exercise Freak AH-W150YW
Wireless In-Ear Headphones
- Wireless Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity for cord-free workouts
- Built-in amplifier tuned to thumping bass to keep you energized
- Integrated controls let you operate phone or music player while you work out
- Sweat-proof earpieces stay in place while you move
- Earpiece air cushions provide ventilation and comfort
Includes case, cable, and ear tips.
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Top Customer Reviews
First of all, the Denon fits like dream. Its an over the ear unit with soft silicone ear plugs. Denon provides 4 different ear piecing sizes. Mine contained the third largest ear-piece that I removed and replaced with the next smaller size. The fit was pretty air tight and the bass was prominent once I had a good seal set in the ear. It wears extremely light around your ears and access to the buttons has a little learning curve, but nothing too complicated.
Pairing was simple to my Droid and Ipad. But unlike the LG, the Denon can only pair with one device at a time. The LG could pair with two devices (one phone and one player), but I never found this to be extremely beneficial to me. I did receive a call while using the music player and switching it over to the phone and having a conversation was really clean.
As stated earlier, the controls needed a few minutes to get used to but it was second nature. I think the layout is much cleaner than the LG and th
Audio is pretty decent. I'm not an audiophile, but I can appreciate that the Denon produces a good range. Its not too bass or treble heavy and mid-tones are good.
I had used the LG specifically for working out at the gym. I only use free weights - no treadmills or machines. The LG became a problem for me while I was doing any exercise while laying on my back. The entire neck apparatus would come off frequently when I would sit up from a laying position, with the ear buds still in my ears. It just became a nuisance to the point where I would take them off before I would bench or turn the neck piece around.Read more ›
Let me explain why:
FIT - The fit was great. Yes, it takes a little time to work my large ears into the over ear grooves - but once in there its snug and tight. Don't have to worry about them popping out on a run. There are a bunch of other ear tips to fit people of different sizes. The ones that come pre-installed fit well and block out most noise around me. I can move my head around and rock out some head banging tunes to get pumped up and they fit comfortably.
ERGONOMICS - The button layout was nice and simple. Two main buttons and two volume buttons. Easy to make changes as you are moving around.
BUILD QUALITY - The build is really solid. I had checked out a few competitors and didn't experience the same level of quality of the Freaks. Looks like it can handle some serious sweat.
SOUND QUALITY - Ok, so here is where I am a nerd. After an initial charge, I ran a pink noise track on repeat for a full battery cycle to "break them in". (I do this with all speakers) Then I tested on some familiar tracks and compared them to my "wired" headphones. As for bass response, the low end exceeded my "wired" version (of a well known brand). I listened to Travis Barkers Knockin' and it was almost dizzying with the drum detail. The mid range is smooth and un muddied. Next, System of a Down's Prison was used for dynamics and range. Blew me away. Vocals are clean and smooth with out "breaking up". I also tried Aimee Mann's One, very smooth with flat response across the board. Downloaded the Denon Apps (Club and Sport) and made some tweaks with the EQ in the Club app.Read more ›
Also, charging and fitting the charging cable into the headphones is very difficult. It is a design issue that Denon needs to work on. On top of that the piece that covers the charging mini USB, is extremely hard to fit back in place.
I'd recommend the Denon fix these ASAP, give customers replacements or refunds on Rev 1, and get this great product back on the market soon.
I appreciated the inclusion of the different sizes of earbuds to ensure a good fit and the case is a nice addition as well. When I first opened the box, I tossed the case aside thinking I'd never use it, but I have found myself using it more and more and decided to use the included clip to attach it to the outside of my backpack. It's nice for keeping them safe and handy and preventing them from getting lost amongst all the other contents of my backpack.
Another big thing that some manufacturers miss with bluetooth headsets is the ease of finding and using the buttons. Since you can't see them when you're wearing the headset, it's important to be able to distinguish the buttons from each other by touch. Denon did a fantastic job designing the buttons on these earbuds as I can easily discern one from the next thanks to the size and location difference.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They stay over the ear great but they do not stay IN the ear great. Lots of on-the-run adjustments, literally. Otherwise great sound etc.Published 2 days ago by Go Joe Go
I purchased these earbuds after having broken my wireless beats by Dr Dre. These earbuds have absolutely no bass and the wireless reception is good for up to 15 feet. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
As long as I hold the my phone at my chin they sound fantastic. The second I hold it at my side or, god forbid, put it in my pocket, the sound cuts in and out and eventually just... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I really LOVE these headphones. I have been through my share, like many others who have reviewed, but they just fit me perfectly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Monks
I would love it but it keeps falling off my ear! The actual sound quality is good - i just can't get any sort of speed going without it dropping.Published 2 months ago by P. Micciche