Summary: I have been looking at these headphones since I started posting to HeadFi last year and havd always wanted to try them and finally the opportunity came for me to audition the cans and see if they were as good as all the hype that I had been hearing about them.
Summary: The Extinct Denon D7000
Posted on August 4, 2013by HeadMania
I’ve been waiting for a long time for an opportunity to listen to the famous D7000 and I am really happy I have a few days with it.
Pros: Full bodied, energetic & fun, good build quality, very comfortable
Cons: loose bass, congested, lacks transparency and clarity, poor imaging and instrument separation
On April 17, 2011 I asked "TheWuss"--a Head-Fi member who has a LOT of headphones--what headphone was best for watching movies. The next day--April 18, 2011--he replied:
that easy. hahahaha.
for cinema, the denon d7000 is pretty much without equal.
Summary: Here is my original blog post: http://noblehifi.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/denon-ah-d7000-review.html
DESIGN & PRESENTATION
After a layer of solid plastic is removed, which sole purpose is to protect the leather topped box, it's clear every detail of this product has been carefully considered.
Pros: Powerful sound, Detailed, Comfortable, Forgiving, Good with almost any music
Cons: Sound leaking (mostly in), looks like plastic rather than wood, hinges feel fragile
Summary: When the Denon D5000 first came out, I was pretty impressed with it – I felt if delivered a considerable amount of audiophile goodness for a reasonable price. There was, in the end, some room for improvement, however, and when the D7000 first came out, I was very eager to try them.
Summary: My Denon AH-D7000 finally arrived, and I've been putting it through its paces. My perspective on the D7000 is from a slightly different angle from most people who have reviewed it, since I have used the previous generation of Denon flagship AH-D950 headphones from mid-90's to 2005 or so.
Pros: Deep/Punchy/Authoritative bass, soundstage, comfortable, aesthetics, easy to drive
Cons: Recessed mids, somewhat bright at times, does not seal outside noise
Summary: Really good sounding headphone with incredible bass. I owned these for about six months. They sound powerful for lack of a better word. Definitely a V-shaped sound signature. The bass can be a bit much sometimes, a bit sloppy, but I usually find it quite enjoyable.
Summary: I was thinking of buying these headphones but unsure due to the price. At the present I have the Bowers and Wilkins P5 headphone and its a great headphone but has caused a few problems. Is the Denon AH D7000 a better headphone?