Denon is certainly not new to the audio electronics game. They’ve been making products for over 50 years and they’ve certainly built a name known for quality. Their latest entry is the AH-D7200 Reference Over-Ear Headphone aimed directly at the HiFi audiophile market and stands to put the competitors to the test.

The Denon AH-D7200 is their most high-end headphone to date. The 50mm FreeEdge drivers built with nano-fiber material promise high-quality sound with minimal distortion. The vibration reducing baffles and walnut wood earcups serve to compliment this by dampening unwanted sounds. The memory foam ear cushions are encased in a comfortable synthetic leather and the headband features real sheep-skin leather. The headband frame is built with die cast aluminum. Even the audio wire promises crystal clear signal due to its’ 7N-puity copper cable.

Denon is set to release the AH-D7200 reference over-ear headphone in January 2017 and willing audiophiles will be looking at a $999 price tag.



Type – Over-Ear Headphone
Driver Size – 50mm Nano-Fibre Free Edge
Leather Headband – Sheepskin
Hanger Construction – Precision Aluminium
Ear Cup – American Walnut
Detachable Cable – 3.0m 7N Purity Cable
Accessories – Cleaning Cloth

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An audio engineer living in Brooklyn, NY, Steven spends his spare time enjoying the sounds of ethereal indie rock and creating electronic music.