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Denon have enjoyed a reputation for developing and creating high quality visual audio devices for home enjoyment. Denon are now taking their expertise in this area and applying it to their new range of headphones.

The AH-C751 reference series headphones are sound isolating canal-type inner ear headphones which will reduce ambient noise allowing you to enjoy more of the music than ever before. For strength and stability, an aluminum housing has been used to achieve high rigidity so that dynamic sound is clear and on target.

The newly developed Acoustic Optimizer provides optimum acoustic characteristics by adjusting the sound pressure balance in front of and behind the diaphragm. Sound is more dynamic yielding clear bass with proper balance at the low to mid frequency range.

For improved performance, high purity OFC cables of equal length for both channels are used to maintain optimum sound quality. Additionally an aluminum connector cover is used for strength and durability. For connectivity a gold-plated stereo mini jack is employed. The tangle-resistant elastomer cable provides less hassle and makes for easy storage.

For comfort and convenience, the AH-C751 comes with 3 sizes of earpieces to be sure you have the size that fits your ears.
Highly rigid machined aluminium housing
Equal cable lengths are used for left and right channels to maximize sound quality.
Canal-type inner ear headphones reduce ambient noise
Tangle-resistant cable
Gold-plated stereo mini jack
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#1
I have the model down from these and they're amazing.Hot!
#2
I have these and they are excellent. Few points.
They are quite heavy and stick out quite a bit. Also only come with the rubber style ear buds I recommend getting some of the foam buds when if you order them. Oh and I love the short lead as I can hang ipod around my neck without miles of cable.
Hope that helps.
#3
Still wondering why not scorching guys? :O
#4
Free delivery is expired apparently so it's £52.99 at the cheapest price.
#5
Just bought a pair. Make sure you keep Putting the "LAST751" voucher code or you might pay £69.99 plus postage as i nearly did.
#6
barijohn
I have these and they are excellent. Few points. They are quite heavy and stick out quite a bit. Also only come with the rubber style ear buds I recommend getting some of the foam buds when if you order them. Oh and I love the short lead as I can hang ipod around my neck without miles of cable. Hope that helps.

how is the bass like ?
#7
hotttttt. thanks!
banned#8
hmm tempted but mixed reviews on various forums.
50 quid is a great price though
#9
These are excellent headphones. Like the poster above, I recommend getting some foam buds to replace the standard ones
#10
I'd say this is amazingly hot. Pretty good reviews but that's at £150!!!

"An outstanding set of earphones with ridiculously good bass, mids and treble. At this price point, there are few contenders. Don't consider them a choice for your workouts, but for seriously impressive sound quality without being full-sized headphones, the AH-C751s are practically unrivalled"

http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/headphones/denon-ah-c751-sound-isolating-earphones-review-49296131/

http://www.trustedreviews.com/mp3/review/2008/03/19/Denon-AH-C751-Earphones/p1
#11
I bought this a few months ago and was disappointed with the sound - I thought my Shure E4C earphones sounded much better.
#12
Rudz
how is the bass like ?


They are not an "echo'y bassy" sound but more of an all rounded sound. I like the sound a lot, as I hate that fake bass in most headphones :)
#13
brookheather
I bought this a few months ago and was disappointed with the sound - I thought my Shure E4C earphones sounded much better.


I think the reviews agree with that, however at this price they are about half the price of the equivalent Shure phones :)
#14
Just ordered so ill let you know when i get em i mean there an old model now but you cant knock £100 off next cheapest is $70 at amazon so hot hot hot
#15
No mic so I'm out.
#16
Sennheiser CX 400 Mark II are better than these.
banned#17
£59-73 quid on ebay
and god knows if theyre real or not
This deal is almost too good to pass up even though I definitely dont need any more phones
#18
I have the UE 700's, wondering if these would be better, anyone used both these phones?
#19
Rudz
I have the UE 700's, wondering if these would be better, anyone used both these phones?
Yes.
Tbh, I wasn't a fan of the 700's. Prefer the C751's, which are pretty solid at this price.

Personally, I'd save up the cash for something better. :). Like the play deal on IE7's the other day, which I think knock the C751's out - but again, they're not everyone's cup of tea.
#20
MintMouse
Rudz
I have the UE 700's, wondering if these would be better, anyone used both these phones?
Yes.
Tbh, I wasn't a fan of the 700's. Prefer the C751's, which are pretty solid at this price.

Personally, I'd save up the cash for something better. :). Like the play deal on IE7's the other day, which I think knock the C751's out - but again, they're not everyone's cup of tea.


Cheers mate, I missed out on the ie8 deal from play by taking too much time to decide, a seller on playtrade is selling the ie8's for £99, they surely r fakes but ur covered by playtrade guarantee, it's worth a punt don't u think
#21
Anyone have a picture/give me some indication of how much these stick out? Don't want to look like a Dr. Who Cyberman oO
#22
The 751s like the 700s the sound is very much dictated by the fit. I disliked the 700s initially with the stock tips, never getting a good fit and feel from them, then changed to the comply tips and its worlds apart. I'd say they are not as good as my Atrio M5s or SA6's but are still very good and deliver a nice sound. For £50 they are a steal
#23
Is there a free delivery code? It's coming up as £52.99 delivered for me.
#24
SpikedJuice
Is there a free delivery code? It's coming up as £52.99 delivered for me.

Try the above one: BEACHBALL
#25
mighty mugger
Sennheiser CX 400 Mark II are better than these.


Those are what I've got at the moment - guess I'll stick with them!
#26
ordered, cheers for the post
#27
sirlukas
SpikedJuice
Is there a free delivery code? It's coming up as £52.99 delivered for me.

Try the above one: BEACHBALL


BeachBall comes up as expired now :(
#28
ordered, cheers and have some heat~~~
#29
quidco £3.01 tracked, that will compensate the £2.99 delivery cost
#30
Great price, I bought these a while ago when they were £79.99 and placed a review on the Advanced MP3 player site. They are the best in ear headphones I have experienced and give great bass which is normally the main issue with these types of headphones.
#31
These arrived today, and i must admit im sum what disappointed. Seem all bass and treble and not much mid range
banned#32
7iain7
These arrived today, and i must admit im sum what disappointed. Seem all bass and treble and not much mid range

bloody hell mate give them a chance- they need about 48h to burn in
let us know next week how they sound

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