Do Denon's new noise-canceling headphones beat Bose's Quiet Comfort models?

Denon has a new pair of $300 noise-canceling headphones, the AH-NC732s. The question is, are they as good as either the Bose Quiet Comfort 2 or Quiet Comfort 3 headphones? We have the full review.

Denon's $300 AH-NC732s Denon

Bose has managed to persuade thousands of people to spend large sums of money on the company's QuietComfort 3 and QuietComfort 2 noise-canceling headphones. That has emboldened companies such as Denon--which can leverage its own highly respected brand--to come up with its own pair of $300 noise-canceling headphones. Alas, Denon doesn't have the marketing prowess that Bose does, so its Quiet Comfort competitors don't have an easy-to-remember name but a somewhat hard-to-remember model number, the AH-NC732.

So, do they measure up to Bose's popular headphones? (Hint: Not quite).

Read the full review of the Denon AH-NC732s to find out.


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