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HiFi/audiophile headphone from Denon

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Denon have released a new pair of headphones: the AH-D501.


It seems the focus has been put on comfort and ease of use. They’re even including an extension cable! Full list of features below.

Features
  • Acoustic optimiser – The balance of the sound pressure in front and behind the diaphragm can be adjusted to achieve the optimum acoustic properties.
  • Double headband for easy fitting and wearing.
  • Large (ø35 mm), powerful driver unit.
  • Left and right cable length is equal for sound quality.
  • Earpad in an elaborately sewn synthetic leather with a pleasant touch.
  • Housing reversal mechanism allowing one-eared monitoring.

    Accessories
  • ø 6.3 mm stereo plug adapter.
  • 1.7 m extension cable.

    Specifications
  • Type, Dynamic type.
  • Drive units, ø35 mm.
  • Input impedance, 28 Ω.
  • Sensitivity, 103 dB/mW.
  • Maximum input, 1,000 mW.
  • Frequency response, 10 – 24,000 Hz.
  • Weight, 180 g (not including cable).
  • Cable length, 1.3 m OFC Cable ø3.5 mm Stereo mini-plug.
  • 3.0 m total cable length with 1.7 m extension cable.
  • Plug ø3.5 mm gold-plated stereo mini plug.
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