Denon AH-D7100 Music ManiacTM Over-Ear Headphones, Silver

April 9, 2016 - Comment

Denon’s Music Maniac Artisan Headphones are the reference standard for personal listening experience by providing an ergonomically-perfect, acoustically transparent, studio quality listening experience. Featuring Denon’s 50mm Free Edge Nano fiber driver to provide the performance of a box loudspeaker from a headphone, real African Mahogany Wood Ear Cups, and tuned to a flat EQ, these

Denon’s Music Maniac Artisan Headphones are the reference standard for personal listening experience by providing an ergonomically-perfect, acoustically transparent, studio quality listening experience. Featuring Denon’s 50mm Free Edge Nano fiber driver to provide the performance of a box loudspeaker from a headphone, real African Mahogany Wood Ear Cups, and tuned to a flat EQ, these headphones deliver the best performance no matter what type of music you’re listening to. Detachable cable connections on R&L earcups allow you the choice of using one of the two cables included, or making your own custom cable if you choose. Denon’s patent-pending pentagonally-shaped memory foam earpads and adjustable headband provide superior comfort and great fit, while our Ball & Socket ear cup design provides for 360-degree articulation for a perfect fit. An attractive, artistic desktop display stand is included for you to showcase these reference standard headphones on your desk or credenza. Further enhance your listening experience by downloading the Denon Audio app, available for Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and Android devices.

Product Features

  • Denon’s 50mm Free Edge Nano Fiber Driver provide the performance of a box loudspeaker from a headphone. Denon’s Patent-pending Pentagonal Shaped Memory Foam Ear pads and Adjustable Headband for superior comfort and a great fit. 2 Cables Included: 1 Obsessively long 10 foot 7-NOFC cable with 1/4 – Inch connector 1 3 foot long cable with inline remote and microphone for on the go use.
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Comments

Andre jones says:

Don’t be fooled by other reviews from Narrow-minded elitist audiophiles 0

IvantheTerrible says:

Very Nice Low Impedance Headphone but no Bargain next to Denon AH-D600 The new Denon flagship headphone looks great, sounds very good and is packaged to make a big impression, particularly when given as a gift. The memory foam leather covered earpieces are very comfortable although the overall headphone is heavy and is inclined to slip with any significant head movement off the vertical. Ultimately, I returned these and bought the new from Amazon for 1/3 the price. The specifications are almost identical, including the size and composition of the “Nano-Fiber” drivers and the glass fiber molded ear hanger (frame). The only specified differences for the D-7100’s over the D-600’s per Denon USA’s web page are an extra 2dB/mWatt of sensitivity (slightly lower input will provide a louder sound) and a extra 5 grams of weight, accounted for by the fine looking Mahogany Wood earpieces that are replaced on the AH-D600’s with silver…

Califf_AMZN says:

Excellent headphones This is definitely a hi-end pair headphones. People may argue if it’s worth the price tag, probably assuming that it’s ok for Sennh to charge $1500 for HD800 or Bayer $1200 for T1, but denon supposed to sell 7100 for a $100 because it would make it a ‘bargain’ for some one-star reviewers. Comparing it to mid-range HD650 ($400) for example, I understand that HD650 is behind the 7100 in every aspect. So the ‘bargain’ factor is highly subjective, but in no way it could be a reason to 1-star an excellent product. For budget minded audiophiles one may get better price/performance with the D600. But I’m sure 7100 will eventually go down in price.Now about the sound. Sound is excellent.Interesting fact is that the 7100 sound excellent both from a dedicated DAC/Headphone Amp (Matrix MStage) and straight out of IPad, for example. IPad sounds a little brighter though and obviously lacks the wattage of a dedicated amp (i.e. softer basses), it is understood, but still very nice…

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