With the AH-C830NCW and the AH-C630W, Denon is releasing its first true wireless in-ear headphones. They are available in black and white – and one of the two models has Active Noise Canceling (ANC) at the start.
Denon AH-C830NCW & Denon AH-C630W: Similarities and Differences
Basically, both models are lightweight and – according to Denon – comfortable wireless earbuds that are suitable for enjoying music and making phone calls. They are equipped with dynamic drivers, and both in-ears come with a charging case that can provide up to three additional charging cycles. Last but not least, both are sweat and water resistant to IPX4.
Unlike the Denon AH-C630W, the Denon AH-C830NCW has built-in hybrid, active noise canceling. Two microphones per in-ear continuously analyze the ambient noise. It can also be easily connected to other compatible devices using the Google Fast Pair function.
The Denon AH-C630W offers around 4.5 hours of Bluetooth music enjoyment on one charge, while the AH-C830NCW lasts for up to 6 hours. The supplied USB-C cable allows any USB charger to be used to charge the charging case. The two earbuds can be used on the Denon website can be ordered (see link in the contact details).
- Denon AH-C630W: 99 euros
- Denon AH-C830NCW: 159 euros