Summary: A concise review for the Denon AH-C260. It has about 50 hours on them.
Gear used : iPod classic 7G / iBasso CB04 / New iPod Line Out / iBasso T4
Bass: Slightly boomy with a decent punch, not so much sub-20hz rumble, though. Decent for a sub-$30 IEM.
Pros: Good mids, out-of-head soundstage with good recordings, impressive after EQ / warm amp
Summary: i got it for bass , cuz headroom says its the best in bass .
now i will compare it to the klipsch s3 .
package ;- 4 pair of tips , here i got the cable clip , and manuals too many . cable winder is good , thats it .
s3 had a pouch .
Pros: boom boom bass , nice sound tage , okay is the mid .
i am really sorry to say i was quite disappointed with the sound quality
Dr Hameed Faheem, Amazon
3 May 2015
Summary: i am really sorry to say i was quite disappointed with the sound quality, i have quite few of earphones , , yes it is not pricy and to get good product you have to pay for it, denon is a good brand but unfortunately its my second experience with denon and both are disappointing, please read the...
... set of Denon AH-C560R headphones that I was exceptionally pleased with, but which suffered a split ear piece ...
20 April 2015
Summary: I bought these as a replacement for a set of Denon AH-C560R headphones that I was exceptionally pleased with, but which suffered a split ear piece after seven months of use. I have been through several different brands of earphones, but was so impressed with the 560s, that I thought I would try...
Summary: Bought these to replace set of Ah-c560r Denon as they were falling apart thinking they would be OK. They are rubbish. Sound is terrible and none of the silly included earphone covers made any difference. Don't bother.