Summary: I wanted something else instead of mainstream Bose - I used to think Denon made decent products. But what a disappointment... - Build quality is rubbish. You can actually see the glue from the ear pads on the plastic surface. They are to bas heavy. Really poor sound isolation, and you can't tell if the noise cancelling is switch on or off. Some kind of ratteling noise from the speakers when you walk around. No Android features on the device.
Summary: The product arrived promptly. The only problem was that you needed bluetooth connectivity which I don't have. The item looked good but was unusable - a pity - and resulted in returning the item. The first time I have ever had to do this.
Good sound for the price, but unbelievably big and heavy
Eric Williams, Amazon
14 October 2013
Summary: I ordered these headphones to replace / upgrade my trusty old Sennheiser MM-400's, which had recently broken down. It seemed to include all the mobility and telephony features I'd been using on the MM-400's, with the added bonus of noise-cancellation. Since I travel quite a bit, this made them pretty attractive. Once I received the headphones, it was pretty clear that I wasn't going to be travelling with them: They're gigantic.
Summary: These headphones cost the better part of £400 and frankly they don't live up to that kind of cost. The sound quality is what I can best describe as ok - and you have to be honest at this kind of cost you do expect a lot and I have to say they dom't impress in the way you'd want. The bass is really, really deep.
Summary: I already have the Sennheiser MM450-X Travel Wireless Bluetooth Headset which offers similar specs (bluetooth headphones, noise cancelling, travel adaptor etc) but at a cheaper price, so thought these Denon headphones would be a better sounding device - wrong! First thing is that you get an airline plug to listen to them on aeroplanes.