Home Reviews Entertainmnent Gadgets If you like pink – the colour that is

Ruddy, rosy, fuchsia, carnation, champagne, hot, baby, bright and pale are all used to describe the colour pink - sometimes called the colour of love.

It is traditionally a feminine colour and there are more than 50 shades of pink, but let’s not go there.

Denon, one of the leaders in high quality home entertainment, has released a special Pink edition of its AH-W150 exercise freak, in-ear, Bluetooth, headphones - a.k.a. ear buds.

These are super-lightweight, sweat-proof, and will not drop out of your ears while rigorously exercising, enjoying your favourite music and taking calls, And, yes, it has a microphone. Denon’s signature sound quality is due to the integrated amplifier and the buds are professionally tuned for great bass.

They will work with any Bluetooth enabled smartphone placed up to 10 metres away from where you are exercising. Denon’s Sport mobile app for iOS and Android offers some audio enhancements.

PS: There is a blue colour for boys, a yellow colour for undecided, and black colour for …well, let's not go there either!

Specifications

-          Driver diameter 11.5mm

-          Sensitivity 102dB/mW

-          Frequency response 5-25,000Hz (great bass)

-          Bluetooth, able to pair up to 8 different devices

-          Clear voice capture for improved telephone call speech quality and lower outside noise

-          USB chargeable battery for 7 hours use

-          31g

-          RRP $149

Accessories Included:

-          Carrying Case with Karabiner

-          Silicone Ear Tips (XS, S, M, L), Double Solid Silicon Ear Tips (S, M, L) and Comply™ Foam Ear Tips

-          1/4" Gold Plated Adapter

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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!

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