Excerpt: Denon is a storied company with a historically interesting technical position stemming from its early partnership with Columbia Records. Denon was both a recording company and a hardware producer from its early days. This kind of business integration arguably makes sense, with Sony as the current exemplar of the approach (accomplished via acquisition). In the U.S.
Excerpt: The Denon AHD5000 closed-cup headphones employ housing made of natural wood with superior acoustic characteristics that are rich with a broad, natural sound. They have a lightweight magnesium frame, a gold-plated 3.5mm stereo plug and have a frequency playback from 5 to 45,000Hz. They weigh 370g.
Excerpt: The sealed-back Denon AH-D5000 headphones have been long known for their performance with a signature warm, lush mid-range and fantastic bass. The real mahogany wood-back ear cups are rare in the metal/plastic laden world of headphones (though we’ve seen some great alternatives exist). It’s a headphone befitting of the 100-year old Japanese audio company and here are our hands-on thoughts.
Summary: Denon AH-D5000 har ingen vesentlige mangler. De er svært komfortable, ser praktfulle ut og spiller aldeles guddommelig. Kanskje er de ikke like egnet til heavy metal som enkelte andre hodetelefoner, men klangen og formidlingsevnen er av en annen verden. Skal man ha høyttalere som overgår det D5000 klarer å frambringe av spilleglede, vi det koste mange ganger prisen av hodetelefonene.