It goes without saying that Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless is a high-end premium wireless on-ear headphones that are worth their money. The headphones didn't win the CES Innovation Awards in 2018 in vain. The well-known German manufacturer Beyerdynamic takes every effort to improve its customers' listening experience by providing high-quality audio and preserving the wearing comfort for as long as possible during listening.
Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless On-Ear Headphones Review
Type: Closed-back On-ear Wireless Headphones | Bluetooth: 4.2 | Latency: 190 ms (average) | Battery: 30 Hours | Charging-Time: 2 Hours | Drivers: Dynamic | Drivers-Size: 30 mm | Impedance: 32 Ohms | Frequency-Response: 10 Hz – 40,000 Hz | Weight: 238g
The craftsmanship of Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless isn’t just elegantly. But also practical, durable, and well-thought-out ergonomically. It sits on your ears snugly and provides the highest comfort level as it also weighs 257 grams. As a whole, Aventho Wireless offers a much smoother user experience than a standard Bluetooth headphone. It supports aptX HD codec, which provides a reliable connection and sound quality without data loss, capable of delivering data rates of up to 576 kbps.
A thick fabric cover with an additional pocket inside is supplied with the headphones. It contains a USB-C charging cable and an AUX cable with 3.5mm connectors at each end for wired connection. A set of instructions, too. The pouch is particularly pleasing, as it is able to protect the headphones not only from scratches but even from minor shocks.
Aventho comes in two colors, black and brown. The black model has a very good appearance, though the brown version is a bit more exquisite. The combination of brown leather and silver metal inserts convey the illusion of a truly premium product. The appearance, materials, and quality of the assembly, in general, justify the considerable cost.
Given the price you pay for the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless On-ear headphones, the assembly doesn’t suffer quality issues nor cheap materials. The Aventho Wireless is a beautifully crafted wireless headphone that looks clean-cut and elegant. The materials of the body give the headphones a pleasant tactile experience on their own. The headband is covered in high-quality leather, and the base is made of pleasantly cold steel. The headband has a cushion padding underneath, thus ensuring a comfortable placement of the unit.
The craftsmanship isn’t just elegantly. But also practical, durable, and well-thought-out ergonomically. It sits on your ears snugly and provides the highest comfort level as it also weighs 257 grams (238 grams without cables). There is plastic in the construction, too, but rest assured it is of high quality.
Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless features a touch controls panel located on the outer part of the right ear cup. The controls are responsible for audio management and phone calls. Although the headset was intender to display an industrial design, it lacks any physical control key and only retains the modern element of playback touch controls.
The right earcup also houses a USB-C headphone port to charge the batteries, a LED to indicate different modes of operation, and a power button to turn the device on and off, but also an audio cable jack for wired connection. On the left side, there is only a built-in microphone. What also impressed us the quality of voice communication. When talking to a person, the headphones deliver such a loud and clear voice quality.
You should keep in mind that headphones headband design is somewhat small in circumference and might be troublesome to accommodate people with a big head.
Wireless connection to a Bluetooth audio source version 4.2 is supported. Built-in into the Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless is a battery that should deliver enough playtime for the whole week, 30 hours of battery life that only require 2 hours of charging.
The charging is performed with the help of USB Type-C cable. The charging port is located right next to the 3.5 mm input for headphones’ wire connection (charging cable and wire connection cable included).
The headphones MIY App provides a feature that customizes your headphones based on your personal perception of sound frequencies. An application designed for Android and iOS operating systems with the participation of Mimi Hearing Technologies specialists, a company that possesses the world’s largest experts in sound personalization industry. The final outcome? A personal music profile to fit your taste, which is stored in the headphones’ memory.
The application automatically monitors the amount of time the user listens to music and notices him/her of the remaining time. The application also allows you to reduce or increase the touch surface’s sensitivity.
Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless offers its owner warm and rich sound while ensuring that the sound is kept at a safe hearing level with a 105 dB SPL.
The drivers feature a fantastic resolution and dynamic range. As a whole, Aventho Wireless offers a much smoother user experience than a standard Bluetooth headphone. It supports aptX HD codec, which provides a reliable connection and sound quality without data loss, capable of delivering data rates of up to 576 kbps. When paired via Bluetooth, the aptX HD support gives you great resolution and sound performance. Complex musical soundtracks appear to be much more spectacular than many wired headphones with a powerful amplifier.
The separation of instruments and musical layers is also wonderful. Interestingly, the sound retains its naturalness despite the powerful dynamics of the audio drivers. It features an abundance of basses, somewhat brighter trebles than expected, but overall balanced and surprisingly soft and airy sound reproduction.
The German assembly quality, stylish appearance, innovation, and charming and vibrant musical signature constitute powerful arguments in favor of these headphones. If you opt for headphones with a budget of around $300-$400 – you should definitely find a way to listen to and try on the Aventho Wireless.
The relatively compact on-ear headphones Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless have small ear cups that might not cover your ears entirely, which is why to some, the headphones might not be as convenient to wear for too long. Even though they’re not weighty and the headband doesn’t press on our head, the ear cups might clamp on the ears.
Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless is undoubtedly a top-notch wireless headphone product that redefined how you listen to music in wireless.