Hear the difference: how Denon PerL Earbuds are redefining personalised sound

Everyone hears differently, so we shouldn’t all listen the same

Denon PerL Pro Headphones
(Image credit: Denon)

We not only all have different ears, but we also hear very differently from others, which begs the question: why do we all listen to the same sounds? Headphones often offer ways to customise sound via different EQ settings. However, these will only get you so far in terms of sound personalisation. Denon’s PerL Earbuds can help you hear better without any manual input. And the results are mind-blowing!

The Denon PerL and Denon PerL Pro are the latest range of lightweight, premium earbuds from pioneering audio brand Denon, which has created first-of-its-kind innovations for over a century. What sets them apart from the competition is their ability to elevate sound quality in a way that’s unique to each and every listener.

Both feature the Masimo Adaptive Acoustic Technology (AAT), which automatically measures your hearing and creates a profile perfectly tuned to you. Masimo’s AAT creates a unique hearing profile by playing a range of tones into your ears and measuring very faint sounds called otoacoustic emissions (OAEs), produced by the inner ear as a byproduct of amplifying sound.

Audio products from Denon are famous for their signature vivid and spacious sound quality, hand-tuned by the Denon Sound Master, but the PerL and PerL Pro are taking this philosophy to the next level. Using clever algorithms and top-tier audio reproduction software, Denon’s new earbuds open up a whole new world of sonic experiences to everyone.

The Denon PerL Earbuds are real show-stoppers and feature active noise cancelling technology, tuning out the distractions so you can focus on your music, as well as a social mode that lets in outside sound to help you be aware of your surroundings. Need to stay in the zone? Adjust the level of bass based on the style of music or your personal preference with the Immersion Mode.

Better still, the PerL offers six hours of earbud battery life per charge and three additional charges in the case offer 24 hours of power. The compact earbuds are weather- and sweat-resistant and are rated IPX4 to withstand a challenging workout or commute in the rain. Small as they might be, the Denon PerL Earbuds fit like a glove for your ears, thanks to the five tip options and two wings.

Denon PerL Pro Headphones

(Image credit: Denon)

No corners were cut when designing the Denon PerL Pro, a culmination of 113 years of experience developing premium audio products. These premium earbuds are for those who don’t want to compromise sound quality, no matter the size of their headphones.

The Deno PerL Pro lets you listen to CD-quality, uncompressed audio over Bluetooth with Qualcomm® AptX Lossless™. Plus, with spatial audio from Dirac Virtuo, you can quite literally feel like you’re in the middle of your audio content. The Qualcomm® aptX™ Voice technology allows super-wideband (32kHz) voice calls and eight microphones for voice pickup, so your voice calls will be clear.

The Denon PerL Pro Earbuds don’t just provide supreme, personalised sound; they also stay charged for longer. With up to eight hours of earbud battery life per charge, three additional charges in the case, and wireless case charging, your earbuds are always ready to go. The buds are also weather-proof with their IPX4 rating, so you can listen to your favourite music in the highest possible quality even when you work out.

The Denon PerL and Denon PerL Pro Earbuds are available to buy for a recommended retail price of £189 and £299, respectively. Are you ready to hear music like never before?


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