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Beyerdynamic’s ‘Aventho’ Wireless Headphones Test your Hearing

Beyerdynamic’s ‘Aventho’ Wireless Headphones Test your Hearing

Beyerdynamic’s Aventho headphones are available for $449 and look every bit like a premium pair of cans. These are constructed in Germany and on-ear headphones are constructed from pillow soft leather and metal.

They are simple, refined and sturdy all at once. You’ll find touch controls embedded in the right earcup. The Aventhos are more than a pretty piece of tech. Using a free app called MIY (Make It Yours), the headphones administer a quick hearing test in each ear, creating a unique profile using something called Mimi Sound Personalization. If you are in a hurry to rock out, you can simply enter the year you were born, and MIY will create a profile with the approximate hearing profile for your age group.

Created in conjunction with audiologists from Mimi Hearing Technologies, MIY takes your hearing health to the next level, monitoring volume and listening duration. If you creep up on the 60-minute daily headphone limit that the World Health Organization recommends to maintain healthy hearing, the app will warn you with a prompt. Beyerdynamic and Mimi Hearing are so serious about your aural health that they’re currently working to get the app certified by the FDA.

With the MIY customization applied, the Eagles’ “Hotel ” had a lot more depth and warmth than what the headphones alone offered. It’s not that the Aventhos sounded bad on their own; we could just pick up a lot more detail with the app switched on. As far as battery life is concerned, Beyerdynamic claims the Aventhos will last up to 20 hours on a single charge.

Credits: https://www.tomsguide.com/us/beyerdynamic-aventho-wireless-headphones,news-26421.html

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