After trying out the Aventho Wireless, I was floored by how good it sounded for a wireless headphone. It seemed expensive, but after listening to it, I could see why. So, I’m very excited to test out the wired version. I have a feeling it’s going to be great. Let’s find out if I’m right in this Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review.
Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
IN the BOX – Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
Aventho Wired Headphones
Detachable 3.5mm cable with Mic and Remote
Beyerdynamic Canvas Carrying Case
FIT and DESIGN – Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
These cute little things are relatively light and very comfortable on the ears. Being smaller, the Aventho Wired don’t really isolate from out outside noise. But if your priority is good sound, this shouldn’t worry you too much. They look dainty, but seem sturdy. The ear cups and headband are made from some kind of metal. Aluminum, maybe? And the soft earpads and headband padding are designed with high quality leather. The detachable cable has a mic and remote. They don’t fold, but swivel flat and are small enough to store in your bag. The carrying case is padded and will do a good job of protecting your cans. The Aventho Wireless also come in black and brown.
SOUND – Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
WOW. Snappy and smooth. And, in true Beyerdynamic fashion, the Aventho Wired are perfectly balanced. There’s nothing I don’t like about these headphones. Let’s see the breakdown.
Great lows! The bass is dry, punchy and deep. Often, headphones with kind of bass response muddy the rest of the mix. Not the case here. I’m also impressed with the transient response. Very snappy indeed. Pop, hip-hop and EDM sound fantastic.
Perfectly balanced midrange! No harsh upper-mids, no super-heavy low-mids. Just full, rich honey. Rock sounds amazing on these headphones. A big chorus will completely engulf you. Vocals convey subtle texture, and guitar strums are super clear. Lots of detail. If you like folk, you’ll love these headphones too.
Put these headphones on, and listen to Mozart’s Piano Concerto 21 in C Major. You’ll die and go to heaven. The high strings are gorgeously round and roll like calm waves under a sunset. There are no piecing highs or sibilance to speak of. Even listening to Miles Davis’ ridiculously high trumpet tones, my ears felt relaxed.
Nothing to complain about here either. For a closed-back headphone, the Aventho Wired has a nice wide soundstage with a decent amount of depth too. Imaging is spot on.
SUMMARY – Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
Whatever genre you listen to, these headphones are perfect. Silky, clear, fast and, though I’m repeating myself….balanced. It’s rare that I have nothing negative to say in a headphone review. Buy it.
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SPECIFICATIONS: Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones Review
Transducer type: dynamic
Operating principle: closed
Frequency response: 10 – 40,000 Hz
Nominal impedance: 32 Ω
Nominal SPL: 105 dB SPL (1 mW / 500 Hz)
Nominal power handling capacity: 100 m
W T.H.D: < 0.2% @ 500 Hz
Sound coupling to the ear: supra-aural
Remote control and microphone: universal 3-button*
Cable length and connection: 1.2 m, detachable, mini jack plug (3.5 mm), 4-pole
Weight without cable:210 g