New Release EVEN H3 Headphones with Personalized Hearing

EVEN H3 Headphones

EVEN continues to innovate different types of headphones that deliver personalized hearing. Meet their latest addition, EVEN H3 headphones.

New Release EVEN H3 Headphones with Personalized Hearing

Previously we’ve written about EVEN’s growing line of headphones and earbuds that provide perfectly tailored audio to each listener. Each headphone is able to do so in conjunction with the companion app which administers a hearing test. This creates a hearing profile that EVEN creatively coins as an EarPrint because ya know… every person has their own, individual finger print. This EarPrint is then used to calibrate the headphone and play back audio tuned to that measure. The app is also able to store additional hearing profiles, for your friends and family.

EVEN H3 headphone is an on-ear can with a matte black exterior emblazoned with the EVEN logo. It’s also available in wood like the H2. EVEN H3 is wireless and provides up to 20 hours of listening time. Fit with 40mm Beryllium drivers, these headphones reach a frequency response range of 20-20,000 Hertz at an impedance of 32 ohms. The total harmonic distortion is less than 3% and the sensitivity at 110+/-2db. Since the headphone can be catered to your specific hearing profile, I’m going to go ahead and assume the audio is probably great. To note, users are able to turn EarPrint on and off as they please.

EVEN H3 was unveiled in NYC at a special EVEN headphones pop-up shop hilariously titled “Don’t get beat by Beats” campaign aimed at proving listening isn’t a one-size-fits all approach which is often touted as the best kind of audio by major labels like Beats.

EVEN H3 headphones are available for $149.

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