Summary: The only downside to the Denon AH-C560R headphones is that they are right at $100. The sound is top notch and the headphones are very comfortable making this one of my favorite sets of headphones.
Excerpt: In one of our earlier reviews we explained how Denon sent us two sets of headphones, one of which was the Denon Ah-D510R Headphones . Now we have the chance to review the second set of 100th anniversary headphones, the Denon AH-C560R In-Ear Headphones. I have never been a huge fan of this type, as they often fall out of my ear or begin to ache – lets see how I got on.
Review of Denon Mobile Elite AH-C560R In-Ear Headphones
20 December 2010
Summary: Denon is an excellent audio company, I’ve had personal experience with their products, good experience I might add so I’m very happy to have one of their products for review today. The product is the Mobile Elite AH-C560R In-Ear Headphones which just sound amazing truly. They come with several sizes and styles of earbuds and even a little carrying case along with an in-line remote control and built-in microphone.
Pros: Very well made, Remote works well, Includes carrying case, Very good noise reduction, Excellent sound, Includes extra ear buds and clip
Review: Denon AH-C560R Mobile In-Ear Headphones with 3-Button Remote and Microphone
20 November 2010
Excerpt: Denon is one of those house-hold brands that slip into your mind as soon as you think of good audio. Therefore, when we were contacted by Denon to review a pair of their Denon AH-C560R in-ear headphones, naturally we jumped at the opportunity. Read our thoughts on the headphones after the break! The packaging that the Denon AH-C560R headphones came in was smaller than I expected, after seeing photos of it on the internet.
Excerpt: When I reviewed Denon’s AH-C351K , I found it to be a good value for an affordable set of canalbuds, but otherwise unexciting. So when the company sent its AH-C560R canalbud headset, I was curious to see what improvements a couple of years and a step up in price would yield. In Denon’s current lineup, the AH-C560R sits between the AH-C360 and the AH-C710 , both of which omit headset functionality.
Good audio detail, Good overall balance, Three-button remote
Voices captured by microphone are a little distant and quiet
Excerpt: Canalbuds such as the Denon AH-C560R in essence split the difference in design and (usually) price between traditional earbuds and in-ear-canal ("canalphone") models. Since they fit partially in the ear canal, canalbuds block some external noise and aim to form an acoustic seal that improves bass performance.