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Introducing the beyerdynamic Amiron home

New at the Tokyo Headphone Festival this October, premium audio specialist beyerdynamic unveils the Amiron home. The successor to the legendary T 90 features the brand’s coveted Tesla technology, with tonal precision leaving the listener with nothing left to do but sit back, relax, and enjoy the music.
Warm, intoxicating sound with a live atmosphere feel
An additional fabric in front of the multi-layer compound calotte reduces high-frequency resonances. The acoustic transducers are dampened on the rear to ensure a balanced frequency response in the  mids. A new, acoustically-effective ear pad filling material increases bass precision. Together, these allow for a warm, stress-free sound with fascinating spaciousness – as intoxicating as a live concert.

The open headphones are the ideal partner for a high-quality hi-fi system, or a headphone amplifier. Additionally, the 250-ohm transducers deliver a sufficiently high output level through a tablet or portable device.

Optimum wearing comfort and workmanship, handmade in Germany  
Every last detail of the hand-crafted Amiron home has been comprehensively designed, and tested for durability. A three-meter long connection cable is detachable on both sides, with no soldering joints at the Y-adapter. The new, highly flexible twin wire is fed through as a single unit – from the gold-plated jack plug with screw adapter for large 6.35 mm jacks through to the Tesla transducers.

Ear pads made from velvety soft microfiber velour have temperature-balancing and moisture-regulating effects to ensure the highest level of comfort. Yokes made from solid aluminium and decorative rings made from die-cast aluminium complete the elegant appearance.

The premium headset will then be available at a price of $699 in November through authorized dealers, and on
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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography.
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