The Denon AH-C830NCW and AH-C630W are claimed to have been carefully designed using extensive ear canal simulation.
Recently Denon announced their first line of earphones based on the true wireless stereo (TWS). Not just one, this Japanese company presents two TWS at once, namely Denon Noise Canceling Earbuds (AH-C830NCW) and Denon Wireless Earbuds (AH-C630W).
Compatible with any enabled smart device Bluetooth, both TWS models are great alternatives to Apple AirPods. The driver on the AH-C830NCW measures 10 mm x 11 mm, while the driver size on the AH-C630W is 10 mm x 10 mm. As the name suggests, the AH-C830NCW Noise Canceling Earbuds offer the feature ANC.
Denon Noise Canceling Earbuds take advantage of dual microphones in each earphone and advanced processing to reduce ambient noise. Transparency Mode, noise cancellation, and ambient sound mix can be changed by touching the sensor. A sensor also allows the song to pause when the user removes it from the ear.
Reporting from What Hifi (December 4), the Denon AH-C830NCW and AH-C630W TWS earphones are claimed to have been carefully designed using extensive ear canal simulation, and each earphone is equipped with silicone tips in 3 sizes for maximum comfort.
Both models also hold IPX4 certification, which means they’re quite safe when worn in the rain or sweaty sports. In addition, Denon Noise Canceling Earbuds feature Google Fast pair for easy and convenient device connection.
In terms of battery life, users will get up to 6 hours on a single charge and up to 24 hours in total using the case (Denon Noise Canceling Earbuds). While the Denon Wireless Earbuds have a battery life of up to 4.5 hours and a total of 18 hours using the charging box.
Both models are available in black and white, with the Noise Canceling Earbuds featuring a glossy design finish with silver access. At the same time, the Wireless Earbuds have a matte design. The AH-C830NCW is GBP 139, and the AH-C630W is priced at GBP 89.