Headphone manufacturer Beyerdynamic has collaborated with Mimi Hearing Technologies – a company that specialises in sound customisation and medically certified hearing tests – for the Aventho Wireless, to deliver a “personalised” listening experience. The collaboration marks the first time the technology has been used in a pair of headphones.
Developed by a team of audiologists, psychoacoustic experts, engineers and designers, the technology carries out a “soundcheck” via the MIY (‘Make It Yours’) app to create a listening profile for the user that is saved in a chip inside the headphones. The technology then calibrates the headphones accordingly. All you need are quiet surroundings, a smartphone, and, of course, a pair of the Aventhos.
The Tesla transducer technology that features in the brand’s previous models – including the “world’s most expensive wireless in-ears” – is also onboard.
A built-in microphone allows for hands-free calling, and the heavy-handed will be pleased to know the sensitivity of the right ear cup’s touch-control pad can be also be customised in the app.
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The Aventho Wireless on-ears will be available in black or white finishes from October at a recommended retail price of €449.