The Japanese company Denon revealed the first two models of wireless headphones type In-Ear, which differ in terms of equipment and basic functions.
Denon has equipped the Wireless Headset AH-C830NCW with 11 x 10mm dynamic drivers with Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology, which blocks ambient noise through two microphones on each headset, and the user can also activate the transparency mode via the touch sensor. , in order to be able to perceive the surrounding sounds when walking on the roads, for example.
The Beamforming function ensures that phone calls are made with the best possible sound quality, and the wear sensor stops the music playing as soon as the headset is removed from the ear, in order to preserve the battery charge, and the music is played back again as soon as the headset is placed in the ear, and the Google Fast Pair function works on Facilitate connection to other compatible devices.
Water and sweat resistance
On the other hand, the new wireless headphone AH-C630W from Denon includes 10 mm drivers, and the Japanese company has abandoned the effective noise cancellation technology here, but in return it has water and sweat resistance according to the protection class IPX4, so that the headset can be used during rain Or doing outdoor sports.
The battery life of the AH-C830NCW Wireless Headphone is extended to 6 hours when playing music via Bluetooth technology, but reduced to 4.8 hours when Active Noise Cancellation is enabled.
The battery life of the AH-C630W is 4.5 hours, and the battery life can be extended to 24 hours with the included charging case.
Denon announced the launch of the new wireless headphones in black and white.