New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

Yesterday, at Denon's line show in Jersey City, three pairs of noise-isolating earphones and three pairs of updated performance over-the-ear headphones were on display. However, they were not part of the presentation and there were no press releases. They're nice looking, and nice sounding, so I did some digging for more information, which you can check out after the jump.

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

New Denon Headphones Make Mysterious Appearance At Line Show

Here's the deal: the AH-C351K/W at left will cost $50 and is out in August with white or black finish, and a soft carrying pouch. The step-up AH-C551K will sell for $100 in October. Made from machined aluminum, it comes in black with a hard case and accessories like an L-shaped connector and a cable clip. The high-end aluminum AH-C751S will cost $200, out in August in black or silver.

I don't have any extra info on the larger headphones—AH-D301, AH-D501 and AH-D701—but if you subtract 1 from each model number, you can figure out basic price ranges and performance numbers. I will tell you that none of headphones "Works With iPhone" but they mostly have two-piece cords, like Shures, so there will likely be an iPhone-friendly extension or adapter, perhaps even with a built-in mic, in the future. If I ever get more info, I'll be sure to let you know.