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Beyerdynamic Aventho wireless on-ear headphones with sound personalisation, Brown
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- Mobile Bluetooth headphones that adapt acoustically to the user's own personal sense of hearing thanks to integrated sound personalisation and thus deliver perfect sound no matter what device
- Optimum sound quality thanks to Tesla technology with ultimate efficiency and top-class Bluetooth transmission (Qualcomm aptX HD and AAC)
- Personal touch with the beyerdynamic MIY app: create a sound profile (note for Android unsers in the description below), adjust the sensitivity of the touchpad, track daily listening habits - all with ultimate ease
- Boasting an impressive battery life of more than 20 hours, intuitive operation using the touchpad integrated in the right ear cup as well as high-quality handsfree microphone for phone calls
- Stylish design for on the go thanks to high-quality materials and top-class workmanship, Made in Germany, also available in black.
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Note for Android users:
We now offer an optimized version of the MIY app in the Google Play Store for you to create your personal sound profile. Do the hearing test and enjoy sound that is perfectly adjusted to you!
Please note that a firmware update of the headphones is necessary for Android 6 and 8. You can download the firmware on the beyerdynamic product page.
We hope you enjoy the Aventho wireless and your personalized sound experience.
Scope of delivery:
Aventho wireless headphones black
One-sided 1.2 m straight cable
USB Type-C cable for charging
Dedicated carrying case
Aventho wireless headphones, 1.2 m detachable cable with 3.5 mm jack plug, Charging cable from USB-A to USB-C, Cloth bag, Quick Start Guide
From the manufacturer
Mobile Bluetooth Headphones That Adapt To Your Hearing
Explore New Galaxies Of Sound
Only something excellent is worth making perfect. beyerdynamic naturally equipped the Aventho wireless headphones with the best modern acoustics available through the pioneering Tesla technology and high-end Bluetooth transmission. But beyerdynamic wanted to take the Aventho wireless to the next dimension.
What’s so special? They’ve integrated Mimi’s sound personalisation, to give the Aventho wireless the most personal sound experience yet. Through the beyerdynamic 'Make it yours' app – MIY app for short you can create your unique sound profile based on your individual hearing, and upload it to the headphones. Thanks to Mimi, the Aventho wireless are headphones that not only sound great, but also adapt to their user.
A New Headphones Era
For decades, beyerdynamic has fine-tuned the perfect sound. With their legendary Tesla technology, which has set highest standards. With exquisite materials. With precise workmanship in their online manufacture: Made in Germany. Now, beyerdynamic takes the next pioneering step – and personalise sound: for the first time, the new on-ear headphones Aventho wireless integrate the visionary sound personalisation by Mimi Hearing Technologies.
The MIY app
The 'Make it yours' app, MIY in short, allows you to create your personal SoundID according to your hearing and preferences. That means: you do your sound check and upload your individual sound profile to the Aventho wireless. The result does not only sound amazing but is also perfectly adjusted to you thanks to Mimi’s technology.
Create Your SoundID
The SoundID of the MIY app consists of your personal sound profile and two further functions. As such, you can control the sensitivity of the touch pad of your Aventho wireless. Thanks to the tracking function, you can also learn a lot about your hearing habits: the app measures duration and intensity of your daily listening and shows how many percent of your daily quota you have already reached.
For easy handling of all personal features.
The Aventho wireless were awarded with the 'CES 2018 Innovation Award' by an independent jury of the Consumer Electronics Show. The specialist panel honoured the innovative sound personalisation of the headphones.
beyerdynamic and Mimi. The perfect match
At the very heart of the Aventho wireless is the technology from Mimi Hearing Technologies, which has already won multiple awards. The company is one of the most well-known specialists for sound personalisation worldwide. More than one million people have already used Mimi’s technology.
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Here’s my opinion by feature
Sound - have patience, make a few EQ tweaks and burn in for 24hrs 5/5
Comfort - for me, good clamp, comfortable pads, nice sized on ears, not too small 5/5
Build quality - premium and so far very impressive 5/5
Touch control - mmm , most will stick to using device controls but I have mastered the swipe forward to skip track though 3/5
MIY - brilliant headphones rush released with a hearing test and personalisation app that is rubbish and does not work on the majority of android devices I’ve tried. Don’t get me wrong the concept is great and Beyerdynamic do state they will get this fixed but come on? For this price? 1/5
Price - Audiophile maybe, working as advertised no - these are worth £300 full stop. 3/5
My overall decision has been to keep them as they sound sublime with a good source. One day I hope to be able to complete the hearing profile and upload it to the headphones and if that happens I will update the review.
While I will be using them mainly from my Samsung note 8 the android software does not allow as yet for the custom sound setup. I set them up them initially on the iPad and it all seemed to work well. The software on the iPad seems quite robust although it did fail and disconnected from Bluetooth during the first audio customisation.
As I feel after a few days of listening. These rate very highly and sound even slightly better than the Sony 1000 v2 wireless Bluetooth headphones and the b&o h9. The two best I'll for sound quality and seem to support aptx hd although my note 8 reverts to aptx non hd for audible books and tidal. They are also very comfortable.
They do have no noise cancelling however so if you need that I would stick to Bose 35 or the new v2 Sony 1000 headphones.
Probably the best portable Bluetooth headphones out there. However they’re overpriced and have a few niggles.
-Great build quality. They look great and are very comfortable.
-Sound quality is fantastic. At first I thought they were a little muddy on the vocals but I was just getting used to the warmer sound profile. After a few days I tried my old headphones again and they sounded horrible in comparison.
-Being able to customise a sound profile based on a hearing test is a great idea especially as I have some hearing damage. I’m yet to really test how much difference this makes to quality as when you enable/disable the feature the volume levels are different. Early reviews on the web suggest it does improve sound quality.
-The power button is really, really stiff. I have to apply about twice as much pressure as should be required when turning them off and on. How this got out of UAT is beyond me.
-Beyer cheaped out and only provide a cloth bag to store the headphones in. If I’m packing them in a rucksack then there’s little protection. A hard case is a must for headphones at this price point.
-There is a touchpad on the right can. This is fine for most controls but mastering volume control has a learning curve. Can be a bit laggy and I’ve accidentally maxed the volume out a couple of times. A tap at the top or bottom of the pad would be easier to control than the current swipe operation.
-I think the headphones are about £75 overpriced (currently £399). I guess Beyer will lower price after the earlier adopter period.
Overall I’m happy with my purchase as they sound great, look great and are built to last. It’s annoying that they got the complex things right but messed up some of the easy stuff. They were so nearly perfect.
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Would be ideal that app syncs profile as I use this with multiple devices.
Firmware update requires Windows PC only (no Mac) which I don’t have.
I thought my needs were simple. But, finding what I needed was a long and costly journey.
I purchased the Sony NW-ZX300 as my goto digital audio player (cell phones make lousy music players) and there had to be a great sounding, comfortable, wireless headphone with multipoint capability out there that would complement my new “Walkman” and still allow me to take the important calls. After spending almost $4,000 on headphones in 2017 and 2018, I almost became convinced that there really wasn’t one. At least not until beyerdynamic released the Aventho.
Music has always been a major part of my life and I have always been quick to point out that even though I can’t sing worth a dang, I hear very well. Trust me when I say that I love all genre and I expect a set of “cans” to perform well with my varied assortment of music. I wanted, wait…, “needed” something that would perform outstandingly with classical music all the way to metal rock genres.
I have tried most of the “top” rated headphones and some were good, while others were a major disappointment (i.e Bowers and Wilkins PX). Note: Do not always believe the internet ratings.
I loved the comfort levels of the Bose QC35 and Soundlink, but they really didn’t shine sonically for me. The V-Moda Forza Metallo sounded phenomenally great (almost Etymotic Research ER4S level), but after a while my ears would start to hurt (like the ER4S). Over-ear headphones like my Sony MDR1000x offered the best in sound quality and noise cancellation but were not ideal when I’m active (which I always am). They would get too hot. Soon, I discovered that on-ear headphones suited my lifestyle best. In other words, I was looking for on-ear headphones with a combination of the pure comfort from Bose Soundlink and Sennheiser HD1 superior sound.
This brings me to the Aventho.
Out of the box, I was initially disappointed. While very comfortable, there was a severe lack of separation between instruments and the midrange was over powering some of the subtler supporting melodies in the background. Some highs were too forward and caused me to step back and go what the “f” was that?
So, here is what I did. First step was to perform a burn-in for 24 hours using a burn-in track that I got from HDTracks. Then I updated the firmware and reset the sound profile using the beyerdynamic MIY app.
Right now, I am smiling ear to ear while listening to some of my favorite tracks. The Aventho sounds crisp and with plenty of bass, but still sounding very balanced throughout the audio range. The separation is good and there is plenty of volume. But if I really want to let this thing loose, all I have to do is use my balanced 4.4mm to 3.5mm TRRS cable and go wired. Wow!
I’ll keep my Sony MDR1000x for live performances and classical genres where a wide soundstage is important. However, the Aventho will be my goto for everything else.
I know the audio experience is subjective and these headphones are rather expensive, but I am sure you will be as pleased as I am if you take the leap. You get what you pay for (sometimes).
Battery Life (30 hours)
Reasonable sound isolation (no active cancellation)
3.5mm wired input
180 degree side to side cup rotation
90 degree up/down cup rotation
Touch controls are better than the Sony MDR1000X.
Minimal Sound leakage
aptX and aptX HD
Voice prompts are a nice touch.
Can be used wired with power off.
They are not foldable; however, they do lay flat for storage.
Power button is stiff to press. But will not turn on/off by accident.
Touch controls can be activated by accident.
The beyerdynamic MIY app is not currently ready for prime time (should improve in time).
Rather cheap supplied cables
Also, I must point out that I do like the canvas storage bag (more compact). But I know some would prefer a hard case. It comes down to personal preference on this item.
Included some pics of the Aventho compared to my Bose Soundlink and Sennheiser HD1 on-ear headphones.
*Update - I just received a pair of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H8i Wireless Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones with ANC and there is a new king. Long live the King!
Although these headphones don't completely perform to our expectations wirelessly, they are absolutely killing it when going wired. When using a wire, these provide such an enjoyable range of sound that you will find it hard to get up out of your seat. You will become a vegetable–a slave to your music–as you find yourself moving track to track, hoping that it never ends. They look and sound absolutely amazing and the only thing they lack is the latest Bluetooth 5 spec that would help give them exactly what they need to deliver close to the same performance wirelessly. They are a true pair of audiophile headphones that will bring a smile to your face, with superb highs, mids and lows that dive deep into the detail your ears are yearning for.
Wirelessly, they perform fine, but at the sacrifice of Bluetooth compression. So they are more like a pair of Bose QC 35's that take you to a whole new level when you add the wire (and minus the noise cancelation of the QC 35's).
Jeffrey B. - Editor - Poc Network // Tech