Here's Denon's Razer-Inspired Urban Raver Headphones, Complete With LED Urban Styling

By Jon Partridge on at

Looks like Denon has taken a just a little bit of inspiration from Razer with their brand new duo of headphones, that look like, well, a Razer gaming mouse got lucky with a pair of Denon headphones around nine months ago. And well, out popped non-identical twins with LEDs and Urban Raver branding too.

Aimed at, erm, Urban Ravers (or so says Denon), the AH-C300 in-ear headphones have an innovative mini control wheel built into the earpiece. Aimed at club-goers, these buds attempt to recreate the bass-heavy sounds and atmosphere of a club, sans alcohol, drugs, and people pushing into you, of course. Completing the £200 package is an integrated microphone as well as a set of different sized ear tips to fit your ear and Denon's Club App.

Sporting a slightly more conservative look (apart from those LED's of course,) are Denon's AH-D400 headphones, which much like their sibling earbuds, offer deep, controlled bass as well as an integrated control wheel that's not too dissimilar from Parrot's offering, only lacking touch-based gestures. While Beats by Dre are quite distinctive, nothing quite says 'mug me' like a pair of headphones that will glow in the dark, showing off not only your location to potential attackers, but also your own distinctive choice for gaudy headphones. Costing £250 and your dignity, the AH-D400 headphones also come with Denon's Club App.

Denon AH-C300
- In-line Microphone
- Driver Diameter: 11.5mm
- Impedance: 16 ohms
- Sensitivity: 115dB/mW
- Frequency Response: 5Hz to 25,000Hz
- Maximum Power Input: 250mW
- Weight: 13 grams
- Price: £200

Denon AH-D400
- Built In-Microphone
- Driver Diameter: 50mm
- Impedance: 14 ohms
- Sensitivity: 115dB/mW
- Frequency Response: 5Hz to 37,000Hz
- Maximum Power Input: 1300mW
- Weight: 305 grams
- Rechargeable battery up to 12 hours
- Price: £250