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Denon AH-C560R Headphones Review

Jan 17 2011, 1:43pm CST | by , in Reviews | I4U Gadget Reviews

Lots of bass at a price

Denon AH-C560R Headphones Review
 
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Today I am looking at a new set of headphones from Denon called the AH-C560R. These headphones are high-end and aimed at music fans that use the iPhone and want headphones that sound good and allow calls as well. Read on for all of the details on the Denon AH-C560R headphones.

Specifications

The Denon AH-C560R headphones are in-ear designs that have an inline remote that offers full control over the volume and track and have a mic on the control for making calls. The Denon AH-C560R headphones have 16-ohms and sensitivity of 110dB/mW. The max power input for the headphones is 250mW. The frequency response is 5-24,000Hz and the drivers inside the earphones are 11.5mm. The Denon AH-C560R headphones also ship with a carry case and different size ear tips. They sell for $99.99.

In Use

The Denon AH-C560R headphones are a nice looking set of in-ear earphones that are all black and have an attractive and simple design. The rectangular control in the wire allows you to control the volume and it has a multifunction button that can skip tracks and answer or end phone calls. The control works very well and controlled my iPhone without any problems at all.

The Denon AH-C560R headphones are comfortable and the ear tips installed on them were perfect for my ears right out of the box. With any headphones the real news is the sound. The Denon AH-C560R headphones have fantastic bass. The bass is so deep when listening to my test track "How Low" by Ludacris that my ears actually vibrated with the rumble. I am a big fan of bass in my music and these are the best sounding bass headphones I have tried.

The bass is deep, but the highs and mids are not sacrificed. The Denon AH-C560R headphones are geared towards heavy bass, but the overall sound is very good as well. The earphones are light making them very comfortable to wear for extended period and the ear tips come in several sizes so you can get the best fit possible.

These headphones will work with any 3.5mm input device, but the control is specifically designed to work with the iPhone and iPod models. The selling price for the Denon AH-C560R headphones is $99.99, which is on the high-end of earphones but these things sound fantastic. I highly recommend the Denon AH-C560R headphones if you are in the market for a set of headphones for your Apple device and your budget can swing them.

Verdict

Pros

  • Good fit
  • Awesome bass
  • Carry case included

Cons

  • Expensive
 

Conclusion

The only downside to the Denon AH-C560R headphones is that they are right at $100. The sound is top notch and the headphones are very comfortable making this one of my favorite sets of headphones.

9.5
10
 
 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
Leading our review center, Shane McGlaun (Google) knows technology inside out. His extensive experience in testing computer hardware and consumer electronics enable him to effectively qualify new products and trends. If you want us review your product, please contact Shane.
Shane can be contacted directly at shane@i4u.com.

 

 

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