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Denon AH-GC20 wireless headphones available from April

You got to love a good set of headphones, and when it comes to choosing a particular brand, we are certain that Denon is at the top of many peoples list. It certainly is a tough business, as these top brands look for ways to take your hard earned money away from you, and Denon has now come up with the AH-GC20 Globe Cruiser Wireless Headphones.

The new Denon AH-GC20 wireless headphones will be available from the start of April, the price of which will be $399, which is a huge sum of money, and so we expect wonderful things from these.

We cannot wait to see the first bunch of Denon AH-GC20 Globe Cruiser Wireless Headphone reviews to see of they are worth paying that sort of money, and whether they live up to the hype.

Denon AH-GC20 Globe Cruiser Wireless Headphones

These new headphones are of the over-the-ear design and come with round ear cups for your comfort, which also has a cushioned headband to help those comfort levels even more. There is also a wire for when you feel the need to bypass the wireless feature.

Some of the main features of this new model of headphones are 40mm drivers for superb audio quality and natural tone balance, Bluetooth 4.0 Dual Mode, Clear Voice Capture, which is Denon’s own noise reduction system. Other features also include auto gain control, echo cancellation, wind noise reduction and adaptive equalization, as well as voice prompts in seven different languages.

Denon has yet to announce the specific release date for these new headphones, but we will keep you informed.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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