Recently my 8-year old son has started taking private piano lessons. As most of his other extracurricular activities are sport related myself and my wife wanted him to develop other skills. Certainly, from an early age, he has been exposed to music and it gives him a lot of pleasure. As a child, I was encouraged by my parents to learn instruments but unfortunately didn’t capitalize on the opportunity. However, a few weeks ago I fulfilled an ambition and purchased a Minimoog synthesizer, to recreate some of the eclectic sounds (my idyll) Stevie Wonder achieved in the 1970’s.

As I mentioned previously my main form of exercise involves a daily 9km walk around our local lake. As well as keeping fit it also helps me crystalize editorial and design concepts. Music is integral to this routine and that is why I am never without a trusty pair of headphones. Initially, I would wear generic earbuds but soon realized they didn’t offer the quality I required. In contrast, the recently released Amiron Wireless Headphones from Beyerdynamic are pretty phenomenal.

Beyerdynamic was originally founded by electrical engineer Eugen Beyer in 1924 and still adheres to his meticulous standards. Personally, I depend on Bluetooth headphones and that is why the Amiron Wireless appealed to me. Without a doubt they are part of the company’s premium range are manufactured in Germany. Therefore, the build quality is exceedingly high and they deliver on the aesthetic front. Details like the Alcantara® headband with aluminum accents give these headphones a really refined appearance. It is also pertinent to mention how comfortable they feel to wear.

Even though the visual aspect is important most people would purchase the Amiron Wireless for the exceptional sound quality. Impressively Beyerdynamic has combined cutting-edge Tesla technology with Bluetooth transmission (Qualcomm® aptX™ HD und AAC – plus aptX™ LL) to achieve optimum results. There is also a personalized App called MIY that can be intuitively customized to the user’s preference. This means that favorite tracks are too elevated to a superlative level.

Obviously sound quality is always going to be subjective and people will always have personal preferences. However, in my opinion, these are some of the most balanced headphones I have ever tested. My daily playlist comprises songs from artists like Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Minnie Ripperton, ELO, Prince, George Michael etc. Certainly, the crystal clear quality of the Amiron Wireless enhanced these classics and made the listening experience absolutely harmonious.

For more information about these wonderful Amiron Wireless headphones follow this link

Share