Denon Rolls Out Three New Global Cruiser Series Headphones
Known for their expansive and impressive in-home audio gear, a new announcement from Denon on Wednesday shows that the company hasn’t lost that personal touch just yet. The audio maker announced three new additions to its Global Cruiser headphone series: a top-flight model that combines wireless and active noise canceling technology, one noise cancelling pair, and a purely wireless headphone.
Starting with the top-of-the-line headphone (model AH-GC30), Denon employed their 40mm FreeEdge Hi-Res certified driver technology, which it said is typically reserved for their flagship headphone series. Tuned by Denon’s sound master, the FreeEdge technology uses a floating diaphragm design that’s meant to reduce resonance and ensure uninhibited pistonic motion for a “purer, more accurate” bass response and wider soundstage.
The AH-GC30 model and the pure wireless pair (AH-GC25W) utilize aptX HD Bluetooth technology, which makes hi-res music accessible from compatible devices. Both can also connect directly through USB as well.