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Denon introduces its first true wireless in-ears

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Denon has introduced its first-ever lineup of true wireless in-ear earbuds: the noise canceling AH-C830NCW and AH-C630W.

The all-new Denon AH-C830NCW (pictured above) and AH-C630W truly wireless in-ears are, according to the manufacturer, ‘carefully designed for consumers looking for the very best sound quality, comfort and performance in phone calls while traveling, working or relaxing’. They are Bluetooth compatible and – so announces the manufacturer – deliver “lifelike sound thanks to large and dynamic diameter drivers tested and tuned by Denon Sound Masters. In addition, the Denon Noise Cancelling in-ear earbuds feature technology that suppresses ambient noise. Consumers can expect stunning levels of detail, dimensionality and dynamics never before experienced with conventional earbuds’.

Planning for years

“For years we have been eager to bring Denon’s premium Hi-Fi sound to compact, affordable wireless in-ear earbuds. Now is the perfect time, as more people crave better sound at home and on the go,” says Trip Randall, president of Denon. “Nowhere else will you find best-in-class sound quality, coupled with a lightweight and ergonomic design. The in-ear earbuds are sweat and water resistant and offer a long battery life. With exceptional audio quality, these true wireless in-ear earbuds stand out from others on the market.”

Active Noise Cancelling

The Denon AH-C830NCW Noise Cancelling in-ear earbuds deliver powerful, detailed sound, the makers of the little gem promise. In addition, the product contains Denon’s next-generation active noise cancelling (ANC) system. This makes use of dual microphones in each earbud and advanced processing to reduce ambient noise. Transparency makes switching between noise reduction and ambient noise mix a matter of a finger tap, thanks to the touch sensor. Practical is the detection of movement. In case you remove the buds or put them back in your ears, automatically pause and play are arranged.

Performance, Comfort and Durability

The Denon true wireless earbuds AH-C830NCW and AH-C630W have been carefully designed using extensive auditory simulations: ‘This has allowed our engineers to create the perfect shape for users. Each earbud comes with easy-to-attach silicone adapters in three sizes for maximum comfort. Both models are IPX4 rated for durability, making them safe to wear even during rain or strenuous workouts. In addition, the Denon AH-C830NCW features Google Fast Pair for simple and easy pairing of devices’.

Longer battery life

With the Denon Noise Cancelling in-ear earbuds (AH-C830NCW), you can listen to music for up to 6 hours on a single charge. Via additional charging cycles via the included case, it is possible to listen off grid for up to 24 hours. The AH-C630W makes it possible to enjoy music wirelessly via Bluetooth for up to 4.5 hours on a single charge. Additional charging cycles via the included case, realize up to 18 hours of total off-grid use. Thanks to an included USB-C cable the case itself – which features a lithium-ion battery – can be charged via any USB charger or USB port on a computer.

Voice Performance

To capture and relay the user’s voice with what the manufacturer says is “clarity that is far superior to standard designs, the Denon AH-C830NCW Noise Cancelling in-ear earbuds feature a beamforming function. This uses two microphones that work together with advanced digital signal processing. A third microphone utilizes the natural shielding of the ear canal from wind and ambient noise to bring additional voice clarity. The Denon AH-C630W in-ear earbuds have an advanced microphone for voice calls, provide clear, wireless communication and work seamlessly with Bluetooth devices’.

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Both models are available in black or white. The AH-C830NCW having a glossy finish with silver accents, and the AH-C630W a chic matte finish. The Denon Wireless in-ear earbuds are available for purchase on the manufacturer’s website.

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