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The winner of What Hi-Fi’s “Best Home On-Ear Headphone” award for 2018, the Beyerdynamic Amiron Home makes any room you’re in feel like a concert hall. These open-back headphones deliver a spacious, three-dimensional sound with excellent clarity and resolution Read More
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The winner of What Hi-Fi’s “Best Home On-Ear Headphone” award for 2018, the Beyerdynamic Amiron Home makes any room you’re in feel like a concert hall. These open-back headphones deliver a spacious, three-dimensional sound with excellent clarity and resolution. That’s thanks in large part to the company’s cutting-edge Tesla drivers, which employ a much stronger magnetic field than standard headphones, transforming electrical signals into rich sound with unparalleled precision. This technology has been further refined for the Amiron Home, with unwanted vibrations diminished to an absolute minimum and any annoying treble resonances completely eliminated. Made in Germany, these headphones show the attention to comfort and build quality that Beyerdynamic is known for.
The Reviews Are In
Head-Fi user Army-Firedawg says, “My overall thoughts on the Amiron Home are that Beyerdynamic did an absolutely phenomenal job. I fully understand why these have earned the nickname of the T1 Jr. Though they don’t share the same sound signature, when properly powered, the level of control, the amount of detail retrieval, and the clarity of the entire ensemble give me a true sense of musical enjoyment that, combined with the lovely level of comfort and competent construction, is worth WELL more than the $600 asking price.” The Master Switch also praises the headphones’ light weight, lack of clamping pressure, and use of soft microvelour—read the review here.