The AMIRON Home headphones are designed as open-back, giving you a more balanced and authentic concert experience in your own home. What I find fascinating is how Beyerdynamic incorporated Tesla’s technology to fine tune the drivers, making them highly efficient at 250 ohms. You can certainly hear the difference.
Here’s some more sound data for those audiophiles who are in the know:
- Transducer type: Dynamic
- Operating principle: Open
- Nominal frequency response: 5 - 40,000 Hz
- Nominal impedance: 250 Ω
- Nominal SPL: 102 dB (1mW / 500 Hz)
- Nominal T.H.D.: < 0.05%
- Sound coupling to the ear: Circumaural
- Weight without cable: 340 g
- Length and type of cable: 3 m (9.8 ft), detachable, double-sided
- Connection: Gold vaporized mini stereo jack plug (3.5 mm) and 1/4” adapter (6.35mm)
As far as the physical design and fit of the AMRION Home’s, it all comes down to the quality of the material and their ability to provide you, the user, with the optimum fit. The AMIRON’s have thick, padded ear pads and headband that provide for a perfect fit. The texture is velvety and very cushioned, and fit better than any headphones I’ve tested. Not only are they ridiculously fine sounding, but they are equally comfortable, which can be rare in today’s market.
Last, but not least, the AMIRON Home headphones by Beyerdynamic include a premium carrying bag that can not be crushed (under normal circumstances), and fits the headphones beautifully. The style and quality of the hard case compliments the high end craftsmanship that is immediately evident with the model. Overall, I came away very impressed with the AMIRON Home Hi-Res Headphones; not only because they sound fantastic, with high end lows and highs, but also because they may be the most comfortable headphones on the market. I’m not sure you can do better than these at this price level, because comparable-to-better models from other audio producers tend to range above the millennial mark.
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Article written & Photos by Brandon Scott / Eye & Pen