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The AH-C360 boasts all the same features, save for smaller diapragms and no included 'special' soft-foam earpiece.

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Great sound quality

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comes with extension cord

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comes with nice carrying pouch and 4 sets of ear tips

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Strong bass and clear highs

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extremely comfortable to wear extended periods of time

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extension cord is made with special material and design that reduces cable noise

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The Denon AH-C360 is a pair of stylish and high-performance earphones launched by Denon in June of 2009 alongside the superior AH-C710. An affordable counterpart to the C710, the AH-C360 boasts all the same features, save for smaller diapragms and no included 'special' soft-foam earpiece. Similar traits include an ergonomic design, three different sized in-ear buds, and an 80cm extension lead. The AH-360's most prized inheritance from its peer is its  'newly developed' radial cascade damper, which drastically reduces mechanical & cable-transmitted vibration noise when touching or rubbing the cable, which typically occurs while walking or jogging. The Denon AH-C360 retails for approximately $70.00 USD and is available in black and silver.

Features
  • Stylish Earphones
  • Ergonomical
  • Crystal Frame
  • Three Ear Buds (S/M/L)
  • Long Extension Lead
  • Radial Cascade Damper (NEW)
  • Black & Silver 
Included Accessories
  • Multiple Sized Ear-Pieces
  • Extension Cables
  • Cable Clips
  • Adjusting Sliders
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