Pros: Great sound from the 50-millimeter nanofiber driver. Oversized, fully articulated earcups with pentagonal, stitched-leather pads offer supreme comfort and noise isolation. Cables detach, and you get two in the box: one 3-footer with the 3-button mic, one 10-footer without.
Cons: They aren’t as bright as other audiophile headphones, which makes them seem less lively. Not enough clamping force to walking around — these ‘phones are for a-sittin’. You have to flip a lot of burgers to save up 0. Only a one-year warranty.
Denon’s audiophile headphones aren’t for commuters, but they’re great for discerning listeners
Good Gear Guide.au
11 May 2013
Summary: Denon's AH-D600 headphones are aimed at discerning music listeners. They're not made for the trip to or from work -- they're definitely most at home when you're sitting still and paying attention to whatever you're listening to.
Pros: Strong bass, Comfortable fit, Sturdy build
Cons: Bass can be overpowering, General cord complaints