HANDS-ON: DENON AH-MM400 HEADPHONES

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Stock up on songs: Denon’s AH-MM400 will increase your musical appetite

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Forget the striking wood cups, the Denon MM400’s sound is anything but wooden, with an immersive soundstage and spectacular stereo separation

A great pair of headphones are tough to take off. If the sound quality is superb and the comfort supreme, you can spend hours stole away in a musical place far away from the bustle of the world around you. If you spend $400 on a pair — the price of the Denon AH-MM400 Music Maniac over-ears we’ve been trying out — you expect them to tick all the above boxes. We set out to determine if Denon’s latest earn their keep.

Denon has gone out of its way to make the MM400’s look either classic and classy, or incredibly old-fashioned, depending on your personal taste. The ear cups are covered in hand carved American walnut, giving a classic, classy style that’s at odds with the plastic and metal that often dominates headphone design.

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