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Denon AH-D340 Music Maniac On-Ear Headphones Reviews

zanox

Great neutral sounding headphones.

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Pros: neutral sound(no treble or bass boost), clear mids, smooth and laidback highs.

Cons: looks, a bit heavy.

These retail at 300$ . I got them for 80$ here.  For the price i paid - they are extremely good. The sound is clear and neutral. The soundstage is good for a closed can, the bass is punchy and tight, the mids are extremely good with lots of details. although I find the treble to be a bit lacking for my taste. other than that - they sound amazing. they can be easily driven with an ipod or a phone. they also have an inline mic. if you get these under 100$, it's a steal. even if you get it under 200$ - they are really good.
bala

A refined and subtle listening experience.

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Pros: beautiful mids, excellent detail with no bass bloat!

Cons: Neutral presentation, especially in the bass region - may not be for all! looks and portability.

    The AH-D340 is the entry level model in the Music Maniac series, followed up by the D600 & D7100. The headphone is also promoted as a portable solution for music lovers. The 40mm driver provides very good performance and clarity. The 36 ohm impedance value made it friendly with most portable devices (tested on iPod Classic & Nano). I did try using the Fiio E11, which actually only seemed to improve performance slightly but colored the sound more than expected. Driven out of a desktop headphone amplifier (Burson HA160), the D340 gained more speed and definition with some bass authority. The closed headphone offers a soundstage that keeps the listener involved in the...
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