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Denon AH-D600 Over-Ear Headphone £107.99 - Amazon.de
Denon AH-D600 Over-Ear Headphone £107.99 - Amazon.de

Denon AH-D600 Over-Ear Headphone £107.99 - Amazon.de

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Currently £179 on amazon.co.uk so simply astonishing value for £107 delivered !!
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Denon's Music Maniac™ Over-Ear Headphones are elegant, sophisticated, high-end designs that offer sound quality to match. Featuring Denon's 50mm ÒFree Edge Nano FibreÓ drivers, pentagonal memory foam ear pads that articulate 360¡ and detachable cable connections, these headphones deliver the best performance and comfort no matter what type of music you're listening to.
Product Description
Denon Introduce Nano Fibre Technology ! Denon's Music Maniac™ Over-Ear Headphones are elegant sophisticated high-end designs that offer sound quality to match. Featuring Denon's 50mm Free Edge Nano Fibre drivers pentagonal memory foam ear pads that articulate 360° and detachable cable connections these headphones deliver the best performance and comfort no matter what type of music you're listening to. Features Denon's 50mm Free Edge Nano Fibre drivers Acoustically transparent Pentagonal-shaped ear pads with memory foam Ball and socket ear cup design for the perfect fit Integrated cable connections on the ear cups enable the use of detachable hi-fi quality cables Hi-fi quality three metre OFC cable with 1/8 gold-plated connector and 1/4 adapter On-the-go cable with integrated remote and microphone Carrying case with karabiner for easy attachment SOUNDS LIKE YOU So acoustically pure it's like hearing your favourite song for the first time With Denon's AH-D600 headphones you are guaranteed class-leading sound quality. You will experience every nuance of a recording with the designs offering a sophisticated sound with exceptional clarity. It is like hearing your favourite song for the first time. Built to deliver the very best performance for the price these headphones offer exceptional attention to detail and a wealth of proprietary technology from new drivers to the bespoke gold-plated cables. Sit back and indulge in sound sophistication like never before. Denon's proprietary 50mm Free Edge Nano Fibre Drivers maximize sound quality and efficiency Denon is well known as an innovator in the world of audio technology. And the company's latest headphones continue this acclaimed tradition. Denon's proprietary Free Edge Nano Fibre Driver sets new standards in sound reproduction. Designed to provide the performance of a high-end loudspeaker from an Over-Ear Headphone it delivers unprecedented sonic clarity and dynamic range. FITS LIKE YOU Feel the music. Not your headphon

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Never ordered from the German website before. Are there any caveats, apart from the language barrier?

Original Poster

none that I can see . I just brought it to the checkout as I normally would and it went through without any issue.

wow thats a good price for these!! I got annoyed at the bass after a while because the midrange was a bit lacking but for this price thats being way too nitpicky. heat from me!

How do these compare to dt 770s?

Like these. Good stuff.

So tempted at this price

Shazzz

How do these compare to dt 770s?

I'd say they're better. I'm using the DT770 LE at the moment and the mids feel quite hollow. the issues of the D600 didn't feel nearly as obvious. £180 for the Denon is perfectly fair I'd say. I prefered them over the Sennheiser Momentum or VModa M100, perhaps even the Sennheiser Amperior.

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quadpatch

I'd say they're better. I'm using the DT770 LE at the moment and the mids … I'd say they're better. I'm using the DT770 LE at the moment and the mids feel quite hollow. the issues of the D600 didn't feel nearly as obvious. £180 for the Denon is perfectly fair I'd say. I prefered them over the Sennheiser Momentum or VModa M100, perhaps even the Sennheiser Amperior.



Except it's not 180 it's 107

Anyone bought? Is it best to pay in GBP or Euros?

Always better to buy in the currency of whatever country you are buying from.always.

Banned

These headphones are made by a yogurt company. Avoid!!

bargainking2

These headphones are made by a yogurt company. Avoid!!



You trolling? You know Danone don't make audio equipment, right?

Rustybucket

You trolling? You know Danone don't make audio equipment, right?

Technically Denon don't make headphones either, but yeah I'm sure he was joking...

quadpatch

Technically Denon don't make headphones either, but yeah I'm sure he was … Technically Denon don't make headphones either, but yeah I'm sure he was joking...



You sure? I thought they made them in house now, as they split from Fostex.

bargainking2

These headphones are made by a yogurt company. Avoid!!



Ooooh Denon

"Currently £179 on amazon.co.uk so simply astonishing value for £107 delivered !!"

Well that's if you believe that they were ever worth £179 in the first place. There's an awful lot of power of suggestion going on with this rash of extremely expensive headphones.

I own a pair of these and they're generally excellent (especially if you like base, although the base is controlled unlike a lot of Beats headphones).

They take a few weeks to properly break in however.

Only criticism I'd have of them is the rubber thing that joins each separate headphone channel's wire; always gets stuck/caught on my desk.

I paid £200 for them and still consider them a very good buy.

Modify these to tame the artificially boosted bass and they are some of the best headphones in the world. I have about half a dozen what audiophiles would call mid-range headphones (upto £600) from various top brands and these D600 modded ones are the best for regular use.

pibpob

"Currently £179 on amazon.co.uk so simply astonishing value for £107 d … "Currently £179 on amazon.co.uk so simply astonishing value for £107 delivered !!"Well that's if you believe that they were ever worth £179 in the first place. There's an awful lot of power of suggestion going on with this rash of extremely expensive headphones.



You seem to have some strong opinions on headphones, perhaps you could suggest a cheaper alternative to these 'extremely expensive headphones'.

LeeA

You seem to have some strong opinions on headphones, perhaps you could … You seem to have some strong opinions on headphones, perhaps you could suggest a cheaper alternative to these 'extremely expensive headphones'.


I have no strong opinions on any particular headphone. I have strong opinions on how you are being manipulated by a marketing machine honed over decades to think that you need to spend huge amounts of money for something costing a few quid to make in order to experience some utterly fabricated farcial magical holy grail of sound quality. They are experts in the power of suggestion and appealing to people's vanity (witness comments about "upgrading your ears" above).

So buy a headphone that you like to listen to. Unfortunately, it's very hard to do that without knowing first how much it costs, or being told how good it sounds from "reviews" in the hifi comics, which are purely based on how much they get in kick-back from the manufacturers. Good luck!

LoveHdukNotReally

Modify these to tame the artificially boosted bass and they are some of … Modify these to tame the artificially boosted bass and they are some of the best headphones in the world. I have about half a dozen what audiophiles would call mid-range headphones (upto £600) from various top brands and these D600 modded ones are the best for regular use.


If they have "artificially boosted bass", how can they possibly be "some of the best headphones in the world"? Surely "high fidelity" means just that - as pure a reproduction of the sound as possible? Why would a manufacturer actively damage the sound reproduction?

And how do you intend to "modify" them? With a hacksaw, or with the dreaded "tone controls"? I thought audiophools shunned tone controls because they distorted the sound - these once-fashionable knobs on amplifiers were first disabled by a bypass button and then eliminated altogether once the manufacturers were confident that the minimalist fashion was taking hold.

Just ordered and I hope all is OK.

I was going backwards and forwards between Google translate and Amazon.de, so many flaming pages with amazon.

My total with VAT and postage came to EUR 136.67, which Google is quoting as £108.65.

Wonder if there will be extra charges, i.e, bank or customs, however, as we are part of EU I don't believe there are any further duties.

I was going to to buy these tommorrow from my local supplier, so thanks, you have saved me £70.00.

pibpob

If they have "artificially boosted bass", how can they possibly be "some … If they have "artificially boosted bass", how can they possibly be "some of the best headphones in the world"? Surely "high fidelity" means just that - as pure a reproduction of the sound as possible? Why would a manufacturer actively damage the sound reproduction?And how do you intend to "modify" them? With a hacksaw, or with the dreaded "tone controls"? I thought audiophools shunned tone controls because they distorted the sound - these once-fashionable knobs on amplifiers were first disabled by a bypass button and then eliminated altogether once the manufacturers were confident that the minimalist fashion was taking hold.



Pull each ear piece apart carefully. They have different parts of the ear piece acting as acoustic chambers. These are separated by a sound deadening tape. Adjust the amount of sound leakage (by moving the tape around) between the chambers to get the sound you desire.

At this moment in time, there is nothing on earth that's perfect. But engineering is the "happy-place" compromise between what you want and what you can achieve,

moneyforme

Just ordered and I hope all is OK.I was going backwards and forwards … Just ordered and I hope all is OK.I was going backwards and forwards between Google translate and Amazon.de, so many flaming pages with amazon.My total with VAT and postage came to EUR 136.67, which Google is quoting as £108.65.Wonder if there will be extra charges, i.e, bank or customs, however, as we are part of EU I don't believe there are any further duties.I was going to to buy these tommorrow from my local supplier, so thanks, you have saved me £70.00.



I ordered a pair too and my bank says they charge 2.5% for currency exchange.
So the difference between letting Amazon or my bank convert was like £1.

But don't worry, there won't be any customs charges.

Very excited to get the headphones soon. Thanks OP!

kent93

I ordered a pair too and my bank says they charge 2.5% for currency … I ordered a pair too and my bank says they charge 2.5% for currency exchange.So the difference between letting Amazon or my bank convert was like £1.But don't worry, there won't be any customs charges.Very excited to get the headphones soon. Thanks OP!



Thanks, a couple of quid is nothing. This is the best price I have ever seen for these and I was going to buy a pair tomorrow for £179.00.

Many reviews say that for rock music these actually sound better than the ah-d7100's.

I still want a pair though, I will keep an eye on amazon.de from now on, maybe they will reduce in price too.

For anyone who likes the Sennheiser Momentum Over-Ear they on offer at EUR 204.25, £162.38 compared to £259.95 UK.

Banned

davelfc

So tempted at this price



Psst.. I've got a photo frame if you wanna buy it. As it's you, say £80?

Now £159.90 on Amazon.co.uk. Still v v good price at Amazon.de. Thanks to OP.

Maybe cos I'm poor, but i dont get why headphone would cost more than £100. I am happy to pay a premium for better sound and comfort, e.g. £60 and maybe £80 at most. But over £100 just sound a bit insane to me.

lavafire

Maybe cos I'm poor, but i dont get why headphone would cost more than … Maybe cos I'm poor, but i dont get why headphone would cost more than £100. I am happy to pay a premium for better sound and comfort, e.g. £60 and maybe £80 at most. But over £100 just sound a bit insane to me.



These particular headphones are great both for bass and clarity. The bass is booming without distortion (unlike those other poser headphones by the famous medic, I don't want a law suit here), many reviews actually state that the bass is too much for them, but I like bass.

Again unlike those other headphones the bass is clear and does not smother the sound, voices come through bright and natural not muffled like those others.

At just over £100 these are an absolute bargain, I can't wait until Thursday.

Ordered, thanks OP.

Just had my payment taken by the bank, Total via Natwest, £112.08.

At the point of purchase Google was quoting EUR 136.67, as £108.65.

So I guess Natwest fees were £3.43.

Even with the price reduction down to £159.90 on Amazon UK, I still saved £47.82, that will buy me some new music to enjoy with these headphones.

Gone for a pair myself. Have been happy with the Denon 1001 and 1100's I've been running or a few years. Time to upgrade to a new level of headphones, I think. Gone with my Halifax Clarity card in the hope that the fees will be lowest that way for currency conversion.

Ordered on the 13th and arrived this morning from Germany, quicker than many of my Amazon UK orders.

I did a side by side test against my Bose OE2i (on ear) and IE2 (in ear), the clarity of these Denons far exceeds both sets of Bose, and the bass is on another level. If you believe in headphone burn in, then these Denons can only get better.

Edit: Just looked at the delivery label, these are actually delivered from a UK centre. So we get UK stock at German prices.
Edited by: "moneyforme" 17th Jul 2014

Think it came out at £108.33 using the Halifax Clarity card, if that helps anyone. Ordered a Fiio E17 to accompany the headphones.

Can anyone tell me if these are affected by an imperfect seal against the head? The last good ones i tried were the AKG K550 and if the seal was broken at all the bass just disappeared so i could never wear them while wearing my glasses.

Mine arrived this morning. Just breaking them in with some John Williams.

My ears are happy. Very happy ^◡^

I'm also quite surprised (and pleased) by the level of isolation. The reviews I'd read said that they were somewhat lacking, but they're actually very good.

The only downer is the heavy cable. I suspect it may grow... annoying.

But, yeah, happy ears.

Now out of stock from Amazon.de and price up to 199 EUR (£157) from alternative seller.
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