Denon continues to push the high-end audio market, with the news that they’ve refined their best in-ear earphones, replacing the current AH-C700 model with the new AH-C751.
The earphones feature an all metal construction (dubbed “metal bullet”), using rigid machined aluminium for their canal-type design that brings sound directly into the ear.
Driven by an 11mm diameter drive unit with powerful neodymium magnets, they feature an acoustic optimiser port structure which is designed to bring out ideal acoustic characteristics and improve dynamics, by adjusting sound pressure balance around the diaphragm.
They offer shielding from external noise, which means it should be possible to listen at lower volume levels without sacrificing music quality, as well as better containing noise leakage.
The earphones weigh in at 6.8 grams, and have a frequency response of 12Hz to 24kHz. Priced at £149.99, and available now with compact travel case and extension lead.