AH-D7000 Ultra Reference Over-Ear Headphones

  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
    Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
    Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
    Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics
  • Photo Courtesy of Denon Electronics

    The quality of these dynamic closed-cup circumaural headphones justifies their lofty moniker. Sexy piano-finished mahogany housings serve to dampen resonance, while a magnesium frame and duralumin sliders contribute to a sturdy yet feathery feel that will encourage long listening sessions. On the auditory side, a highly efficient microfiber-and-neodymium-magnet driver produces a frequency response from 5 to 45,000 kHz. The closed design of the AH-D7000 lends itself best to hard-hitting rock and pop music.

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