Video: Denon Music Maniac In-Ear Headphones

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Denon's Music Maniac in-ear headphones are small yet robust, built to blow away expectations for listeners used to punchless stock earbuds. The Music Maniacs use dual balanced armature drivers to generate stunning clarity across the musical spectrum, from deep bass to smooth mids and shimmering highs.

Video Transcript

Hi. I'm Danielle Kohler. I'm from Denon. I'm here to talk to you today about the Music Maniac AHC400 headphones. It's an in-ear type. It's zinc die-cast housing. It comes with three different types of ear tips. You have silicon ear tips. You have double solid silicon ear tips, and well as Comply ear tips.

The other thing that we made sure we engineered on these headphones is an elongated tail. This allows you to feel comfortable wearing them in your ear without having to worry about them pulling out. The other nice thing about these headphones is that they have two balanced armature drivers, which means a driver in each ear piece. This allows you to get studio quality sound from a small form factor.

You have the ability to take phone calls with the in-line remote which controls Apple iPod, iPhone, and iPads. Many audiophiles believe that you can't get an acoustically transparent sound from an in-ear headphone, but listen to the new Denon Music Maniac AHC400s and you'll think differently.

If you have any questions about the Denon headphones please contact your Crutchfield representative.