These wireless headphones create a customized profile through testing to deliver the best sound to your specific hearing.
Poise meets performance with the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless Headphones
Top-notch build quality is delivered through the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless. Both the ear pads and headband of the Beyerdynamic Aventho have soft synthetic protein leather to help with cushioning while still displaying a slim profile. A small disadvantage to the headband is it has a tendency for pulling out rogue hairs. Though there are two pivot points to help alleviate some pressure on the ears, there is still some discomfort when worn with glasses. They also have a matte finish to avoid fingerprints and scratches. On the right side however, the cup is touch enabled. This allows users to control the Aventho with a variety of gestures. Some features of gestures include adjusting volume by swiping up or down and moving tracks by swiping forward or backward. The right ear cup is also equipped with a USB C input, an LED indicator, a 3.5mm input jack, and a power button.
Make It Yours App
The Make It Yours app, also known as MIY, is available for Android and IOS devices. MIY enhances your hearing experiences by analyzing your personal sonic profile. To test your sonic profile the app will play a series of tones at different pitches and volumes. You respond to each tone you hear by tapping a button on the screen. Once the test is complete, the app stores your personal data into the headphones so that they deliver full services through whichever Bluetooth you use to connect the headphones. The disadvantage to this however, is your headphones can only store one profile at a time. Overall, the process is quick and simple, and the results are effective immediately leading to hearing richer and more pronounced sound. Though the process is quick to set up your customized headphones, a disadvantage to the Make It Yours App is it drains your device battery fairly quick. Once your headphones are customized and ready for optimized listening, you can enjoy 10 HZ to 40 kHz frequency for up to 30 hours on a single charge. When needing to recharge, grab the USB C charging cable and fully recharge them in just two hours.
A broad spectrum of Bluetooth codecs is compatible with the Beyerdynamic Aventho Headphones. Qualcomm’s exceptional aptX HD codec is one of the compatible Bluetooth codecs for these headphones, offering a maximum transfer of 576 kbps. Therefore, watching videos is frustration and lag-free. For those who are users of Apple, it is also AAC compatible, meaning cabled listening is available. While offering these great features, the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless Headphones can operate ten meters from a source device but, when moving from one floor to another the connection becomes disrupted due to barriers which is typical amongst headphones.
Conclusion on Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless
After reading several reviews on the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless Headphones, I have noted a variety of pros and cons. The goals for most interested users were to have comfort while also enjoying great sound quality, portability and Bluetooth features. While most users were beyond belief on how well these headphones met their expectations with comfort, light-weight and amazing sound quality, one was disappointed with Bluetooth reception. According to this reviewer who purchased off Amazon claimed the Bluetooth feature’s reception was “intermittent and unreliable, even from just a few feet away.” Most other reviews stated positives including excellent instrument isolation, responsive touch controls and an elegant design. Overall, the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless headphones are well equipped. Not only do they look good, but the sound is amazing as well. Another great plus to the sound quality being great is they perform well without destroying your hearing. The MIY app is easy to navigate and well designed to maximize your sonic listening. Another positive is the battery life of 30 hours with one single charge. The price of these headphones run for $449 but, the performance displayed within the Beyerdynamic Aventho headphones is worth shelling out the money.