Today Denon announced the launch of a new set of in-ear headphones called the AH-C621R.

The headphones have been designed specifically with iOS in mind, but will work with Android devices and any other 3.5mm device, just without the in-line controls.

The headphones also come with 11.5mm drivers with tuning from Denon for a flat EQ curve, which should mean deeper bass and clear clarity.

Denon has also fitted it out with their Acoustic Optimiser ports on the front and rear of the housings, which should keep the audio distortion-free by equalising the air pressure around the drivers, which are housed within a die-cast aluminium casing.

These new headphones will also come with Comply TX400 foam ear tips to ensure a sleek fit.

Denon has also fitted it out with their Radial Cascade Damper to minimise the interference generated by the cable when it rubs against your clothes, it also features an in-line microphone with three buttons that allows you to play/pause, track skip, control the volume, and activate Siri right from the in-line controls.

The headphones are also compatible with Denon’s companion app on iOS and Android, allowing you to adjust the sound settings of the headphones, as well as play audio from your device or access TuneIn right from the app.

The Denon AH-C621R in-ear headphones will be available from April of this year in white and black for £79.

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