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Brand
Beyerdynamic
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wired Version
Model Name
Amiron
Form Factor
Over Ear

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  • Amiron Home - Gifted in music

    Made in Germany

    Amiron home is carefully handcrafted in Germany. Top-quality materials and sophisticated technology are brought together in a series of practised movements with a passion for detail.

    High-end stereo headphone

    The Amiron home headphone transports you to your own personal concert hall, allowing you to forget time and space. Leave your hectic everyday routine behind and experience your favourite concert – close up and any time you like – in your very own haven of calm.

    Impacto essential - Make your beyerdynamic headphones digital

    The portable USB DAC 'Impacto essential' and 'Impacto universal' are optimally tuned for beyerdynamic’s high-end headphone models, providing them with a digital edge. This makes it possible for you to no longer having to be dependent on your portable end devices’ jack plug. With the beyerdynamic T 1 (2nd generation) and T 5 p (2nd generation) headphones, together with the Amiron home and Aventho wired, you’re assured to enjoy perfect sound quality.

    Features


    High-resolution sound - For music you can reach out and touch

    Amiron home brings you concert-quality sound, combining a very precise bass with transparent mids and pleasantly clear highs. Thanks to its 250 ohms impedance, it can be connected flexibly to your hi-fi system and delivers excellent sound quality every time.


    Open design - An authentic concert experience in your own home

    As its name suggests, the Amiron home finds its natural habitat in the congenial setting of your own home where amid peaceful surroundings you can engross yourself in the music. The open design of these headphones produces a spacious, natural sound, and you feel an incredible closeness and transparency in the music. Escape from your daily routine and let your favourite concert surround you any time you like in your very own haven of tranquility.


    A perfect fit - Optimum comfort for hours of listening pleasure

    The balanced contact pressure exerted by the headband ensures the Amiron home remains securely and very comfortably positioned around your ears. The use of the highest-quality materials mean that the headphone is velvety soft, thus enhancing the sense of well-being from listening to your music.

    Amiron home DT 1990 PRO T 1 (2nd Generation)
    Amiron Home DT 1990 PRO T1 2nd Generation
    Application Music enjoyment at home Studio use (mixing and mastering) Music enjoyment at home
    Impedance 250 ohms for use on hi-fi systems 250 ohms for use with headphone amplifiers; mixing consoles and interfaces 600 ohms for use on hi-fi systems and with high-end headphone amplifiers
    Contact pressure Pleasant fit for hours of listening pleasure Secure fit for the everyday life of musicians Pleasant fit for hours of listening pleasure
    Sound quality Pleasant sound for fans of wide range of music genres (concert quality, transparent, precise, clear) Analytical sound for precise listening (very spacious, dynamic and natural sound) Brilliant sound for fans of a wide range of music genres (powerful, crystal clear, spacious, transparent)
    Cable 3 m, stretched, double-sided, 3.5 mm jack connector, detachable 3 m stretched cable / 5 m coiled cable, single-sided, detachable and lockable 3-pin mini-XLR cable connector 3 m, stretched, double-sided, detachable and textile-covered, 3.5 mm jack connector, conductor made of OCC 7N copper
    Ear pads/Headband Ear pads: Alcantara microfibre. Headband: microvelour Ear pads: two pairs of velour ear pads with different sound characteristics (analytical and well-balanced), Headband: high-quality leatherette Ear pads: velour cover and memory foam, Headband: protein-coated leathertte

    Description

    Am iron home is our invitation to pure musical enjoyment: just sit back in your favorite chair and let the sound carry you away. The Am iron home embodies Beyer dynamic''s boundless passion for music, and epitomize the workmanship of being handmade in Germany. It is a combination you will continue to appreciate for many enjoyable years to come. Tesla technology is a cutting-edge innovation from Beyer dynamic, which has taken the music world by storm. The Tesla system has now been further refined for use in Am iron home. Modifications to the transducer have diminished unwanted vibrations to an absolute minimum and completely eliminated annoying treble resonances. More precise than ever, the sound tuning will amaze even the most discerning music enthusiasts. Am iron home brings you concert-quality sound, combining a very precise bass with transparent midst and pleasantly clear highs. This makes it a great choice for fans of a wide range of music genres. The precise and clear musical portrait these headphones paint of each and every instrument is sure to delight music lovers. As its name suggests, the Am iron home finds its natural habitat in the congenial setting of your own home where amid peaceful surroundings you can engross yourself in the music. The open design of these headphones produces a spacious, natural sound, and you feel an incredible closeness and transparency in the music. The balanced contact pressure exerted by the headband ensures the Am iron home remains securely and very comfortably positioned around your ears. This optimum fit contributes to creating an auditory space that lets the music unfold to its full potential. The use of highest-quality Alcan Tara microfibers and Microvelour mean the headband and ear pads are velvety soft, thus enhancing the sense of well-being produced by your favorite music. The comfort of your headphones lets you focus your full attention on the music itself - for hours on end. Nominal sound pressure level 102 dB (1 mW / 500 Hz)

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    • Frequency Response - 15 - 24,000 Hz and Impedance - 40 ohms

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    Q: Can these fit someone with a larg(er) head comfortably? I have HD560 now that fit me well.

    A: I also have the HD650 - nice headphones. I have a bigger head and find that the BD Amito…

    SFW | 4 years ago

    Q: these or the beyerdynamic T1 2nd ? which ones have the best, most faithful audio ? or are …

    A: It depends on your application and preference, I am assuming by faithful you mean studio r…

    Seller amir haji | 1 year ago

    Q: Hi there - are parts sold separately? I''m looking for an extra cable - thanks..

    A: I haven''t seen them on Amazon, but Beyerdynamic sells three cables for the Amiron Home on …

    SFW | 4 years ago

    Q: are they better than the hifiman he400i ?

    A: From my perspective, yes. I have the HE560 which are a definite upgrade from the 400i and …

    czrem | 2 years ago

    Customer reviews

    4.3 out of 54.3 out of 5
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    Paul F
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Amiron home sounds like a party in my eardrums and all the frequencies are invited.
    Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2017
    I went through a lengthy research process before I settled on the Amiron home. I wanted a good, solid pair of headphones for myself and I spent a lot of time lurking around /r/headphones and random audiophile forums soaking in as much information as I could. I knew I had to... See more
    I went through a lengthy research process before I settled on the Amiron home. I wanted a good, solid pair of headphones for myself and I spent a lot of time lurking around /r/headphones and random audiophile forums soaking in as much information as I could. I knew I had to get open back headphones since I wanted a wide soundstage to enjoy my music in the privacy of my listening room. I didn''t want to spend thousands of dollars for top of the line gear, I''m not there yet (and this particular purchase was 25% off which was nice). I don''t have a lot of hifi shops in my area so I had to go by what people were saying about their favorite headphones.

    My amateur audiophile journey took many twists, turns, comparing and contrasting. I considered getting a Sennheiser HD600 or HD650 but I already own a beat up pair of HD555''s that I''ve listened to for years, and I just wanted something different from the Sennheiser sound. I wanted headphones that can handle all kinds of music and have a near neutral frequency response leaning towards warm bass. I considered picking up a planar magnetic set of Hifiman headphones since I was curious about the planar magnetic sound, but the build quality and business practices of that brand turned me off. However, I got everything I wanted and more when I put on these Beyerdynamic cans.

    You can see and feel the fine tuned German engineering that went into these headphones. Beyerdynamic has been in the headphone business since the 1930''s so they know what makes a quality headphone. Nothing about the build quality feels cheap, but it''s light and easy on the ears. I have a larger than average head and the micro-suede pads disappear when I''m deep into my music collection. The clamp in the headband is right in the goldilocks zone of being firm so as not to fall off, yet comfy to wear.

    When Beyerdynamic says these headphones are meant for critical listening, they are not kidding. When plugging straight into an output jack of a device of your choosing, you can hear through these just fine. They do well for listening to podcasts or watching Netflix. But these cans really shine when paired with a headphone amp. I have mine plugged into an Objective2 amp and the sound is just. So. Freaken. Full. I''ve had my mind blown and chills down my spine from hearing my favorite tunes again.

    People say the Beyerdynamic sound is harsh in the treble and can be painful for long listening sessions. I learned this model is the successor to the T90. Supposedly it builds on the same tech and addresses some of the issues from previous models. I can listen to these headphones for hours, I haven''t had any painful moments. The bass on the Amiron home is fast and punchy, nothing muddy sounding about it. The mids are full and lush and the highs are airy and crisp. All of these frequencies are presented with crystal clear imaging and it feels super intimate. When you put these on you are going to hear everything that artist intended and also things they didn''t. If you''ve got crap lossy MP3s on your harddrive, they''ll sound like crappy MP3s with all their artifacting laid bare. These headphones are unforgiving, but if you''re spending the cash to get them then mostly likely you''ve already got a selection of quality recordings to listen to.

    Where these cans really sing is with analog vinyl sources. When the needle drops you hear absolutely everything, from the sound of the stylus tracing along the groove, to the noise floor of your equipment, to the noise floor of the studio the record was recorded in, to all the subtle noises and bits buried deep in the mix, to the stereophonic presentation of each instrument, all that imaging is there right in front of you like some sort of sonic onion. I''m hearing things in records I''ve listened to for years that I''ve never heard before. The Amiron home is euphonic bliss with vinyl and reminds me why I got into the hobby in the first place.

    So I''m thoroughly impressed with these cans, but I''m biased since this is the largest leap in quality I''ve ever made with a purchase of new headphones. I can tell these are going to last me a long time and they could be my endgame for a while. If you''ve read this far then you probably want to know my nitpicks with the Amiron home, so here they are: the wire that connects these headphones to your output jack is made out of rubber so it tends to stick to itself and other surfaces. Beyerdynamic sells a cloth wire, but it''s $100 and this pet peeve isn''t worth that much money to me. My ears can get a little warm sometimes under the pads, but not the overheating kind of hot. The headphone joints only pivot up and down instead of side to side. Again, they feel so comfy I don''t really care. The soundstage isn''t super wide, so fans of classical and jazz may feel it leaves something to be desired. The sub bass rolls off quite a bit, so you won''t quite feel that extra "oomph" from bass heavy tunes.

    If you have specialty listening habits you might be better served by other headphones. If you are a basshead and just want to feel the beat, you''d be better off with a pair of Philips Fidelio X2. If you want true neutrality and save a little money, then try the Sennheiser HD600. If you need a wide soundstage to hear an entire orchestra or ensemble enveloping your sense of hearing, you would probably like the AKG K712 Pro. If you don''t want anyone else in the room to hear what you''re hearing, look elsewhere. However if you just want a good all around headphone that can accurately recreate a wide variety of music genres both analog and digital, you can''t go wrong with these cans. Now if you''ll excuse me I''m going to put these cans back on, contemplate the nature of consumerism and enjoy some AESTHETICS
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    czrem
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Impressive
    Reviewed in the United States on September 24, 2017
    I will first state that there are no such thing as a perfect headphone. That is why some of us are on the never ending quest to find that one headphone that would do it all. Once you move into the high end area, all the innovative well regarded manufactures are coming up... See more
    I will first state that there are no such thing as a perfect headphone. That is why some of us are on the never ending quest to find that one headphone that would do it all. Once you move into the high end area, all the innovative well regarded manufactures are coming up with excellent headphones. Beyerdynamic is no exception. I have owned a set of DT990''s for some time and have been so impressed with their performance even compared to more expensive models that I had to see what one of their premium offerings could do. I have to say, my expectations have been met and exceeded in some areas. As a comparison, some of the higher end headphones I own or have owned are: Grado SR325e, Hifiman 400s, AKG K701(forced to sell due to the extreme discomfort of the headband) and Sennheiser HD700. Among these, the Amiron is the only headphone that can reproduce a sound stage that is almost convincing. When listening to complex orchestral scores, the auditory experience is as close as I have come to the audio experience I have enjoyed at an Imax theater. The closest to this is the Senheiser HD700 but even that great headphone falls short. There is some coloration present but it is not exaggerated lending to that wonderful warm sound that somehow does not lose detail in the process. The Senheiser HD700 produces a good sound stage but also has a way of plucking the singer and pulling them out of the band and a few steps closer to you all with a colder presentation. The Amiron mixes the vocals just right in with the band yet keeps the vocals clear. The presentation is almost speaker like in the effect of being able to imagine a wall of music in a three dimensional way. The Amiron is the first consumer grade piece of audio gear I have used that performs more like a professional piece of audio equipment than any other I have used. All Beyerdynamic headphones look similar in design. They wont win any fashion contest. It is becoming clear that Beyerdynamic follows a "form follows function" approach like Grado does because it works. The DT990 has one of the deepest and widest sound stage of all the headphones I have used and the Amiron improves on this. I would not hesitate to recommend any Beyerdynamic product. The Amiron are also more comfortable than the DT990 Premium as the cups are slightly larger. To finalize, based on the above mentioned headphones, the best way to describe these is as combining the clarity of the Hifiman400s with the imaging of the Sennheiser HD700 and sound stage of the DT990 with a warmer, better detailed bass all rolled into one. These headphones like the 700''s, need a good source and amplification to perform their best but more amp forgiving than the 700''s. The higher impedance and Tesla drive system contribute to the excellent damping of these drivers which is the primary reason these have such a good sound stage provided it''s a good source. I would say this Tesla drive is what helps give these dynamic drivers an Orthodynamic type signature. If you can afford the steep price, experience for yourself what moving into the high end of headphones can give you. Definitely worth the price of admission.
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    Austin Wunschel
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    T90 Perfected, yes?
    Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2017
    Having been listening to the Amiron Home for 10 hours today, it''s safe to say these are easily the T90 we always wanted. They are smooth, articulate, punchy, and warm. If you''ve heard the T90, these are nothing like it. These fix the terrible treble on the T90''s, add some... See more
    Having been listening to the Amiron Home for 10 hours today, it''s safe to say these are easily the T90 we always wanted. They are smooth, articulate, punchy, and warm. If you''ve heard the T90, these are nothing like it. These fix the terrible treble on the T90''s, add some midrange warmth, and give the bass more body.

    The treble is so damn smooth you''d think you''re drinking the finest craft beer. It''s just as smooth as the HD650, but far more articulate and detailed. Extension and air is top notch along with exceptional detail. There is absolutely no hint of glare or strident tones whatsoever. If anything some of the upper frequencies might be a bit diminished, but that''s mostly due to beyer''s new damping material they added, but it''s not as if there''s a sharp roll off. More so that the highest frequencies are a bit hush, like you got home and have to be quite lest you wake the youngins.

    The midrange is open, detailed, rich, and quite realistic. Where the T90 was a bit subdued or thin, these are up front like a singer in a metal band. Detail in the midrange is quite good and the added warmth adds a bit of an extra sweetness to the sound. Vocals are very good without and harshness, also pretty convincing. Guitars are textured and every pluck of the strings is distinguishable from the last and there is no congestion or muddiness. Bravo beyer!

    The bass hits hard when needed and reaches deep with great control and extension. Bass texture is every bit as good as the T90, but now there''s more quantity. The bass is never intrusive to the midrange and can be quite powerful depending on the music. An example would be when playing Infected Mushroom, bass notes hit hard and extend down really deep. Then on some older metal, ''Blizzard of Oz'' by Ozzy Osbourne, bass is tight and controlled yet still punchy. Kick drums have excellent presence with great weight and slam.

    The soundstage is nearly the exact same as the T90. Very wide and deep with excellent laying and imaging. If you''ve not heard the T90, then think of a DT990 in terms of size. You get a good sense or air around instruments and the imaging is quite accurate. Playing something like ''Symphony in F minor'' by Ernst Mielck is really something else. The soundstage with this type of music is very wide and larger than life. Expansive yet coherent. Imaging with large scale operas is really a treat.

    The Amiron Home is a massive improvement over the T90 and what a revamp should be. Beyerdynamic fixed all the issues that I had with the T90 (terribly peaky/strident treble, and somewhat thinner sounding midrange, and MOAR BASS). These are exceptional headphone that are nothing like any other beyer headphone. If you could relate them to another headphone, their presentation is like that of the HD650. While not exactly, they have similar characteristics to the HD650.

    I am quite happy with them and applaud beyer with this new sound signature they have gone for. If this is how their future Tesla drivers will sound, I will be incredibly happy.

    EDIT:
    I forgot to mention that the added smoothness to the sound may not be for everyone. They don''t sound like the T90 one bit, but have a lot of their traits. In reality they don''t sound like a beyer, at least their tuning is completely different. On some material they can sound muffled, but that''s only if it was mastered with recessed treble.
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    Rick
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Another Outstanding Headphone From Beyerdynamic
    Reviewed in the United States on February 1, 2020
    I bought these on Amazon on sale at the Crazy price of $381! They are worth much more. I received these Dec. 24th and with break-in they''ve gone from great to incredible. They are my new favorite headphone. I own the Hifiman 400i. Hifiman Sudara. Audeze i20. Sennheiser hd... See more
    I bought these on Amazon on sale at the Crazy price of $381! They are worth much more. I received these Dec. 24th and with break-in they''ve gone from great to incredible. They are my new favorite headphone. I own the Hifiman 400i. Hifiman Sudara. Audeze i20. Sennheiser hd 600, hd650, hd660s and hd700. Also the incredible Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless. The Amiron Home is better than all of these headphones. It beats them all in every category. Open beautiful high end. Crystal clear precise mids. Great tight and accurate lows. The imagining is precise and believable. Soundstage is wide and spacious. Materials and build quality are top notch. These are extremely comfortable and can be worn for extended listening. They are outstanding with zero negatives. I have found no headphone under $1200 that can compare with the Amiron Home. Highly recommended!!!
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    George Tirebiter
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    but it is a good value and exceptional performer even at ''full ticket''
    Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2018
    I got this headphone on a ''Warehouse Deal'' and I had a gift card, so I almost ''stole'' it, but it is a good value and exceptional performer even at ''full ticket''. I will say up front that I am a longtime Sennheiser fan. My most recent Senns were the classic HD650 and I will... See more
    I got this headphone on a ''Warehouse Deal'' and I had a gift card, so I almost ''stole'' it, but it is a good value and exceptional performer even at ''full ticket''. I will say up front that I am a longtime Sennheiser fan. My most recent Senns were the classic HD650 and I will say that these not only outperform them, they outclass them. Sound-wise, they are much more detailed (especially at the frequency extremes), closer to neutral, ''faster''-sounding, and much more comfortable. The extra detail does not come at the cost of adding ''edginess'' to the sound though; one of the strengths of the HD650 is the way they balance detail and smoothness; these do that too- but better. The HD650s may be a little more forgiving on your lossy-compressed audio files, but I doubt that is that most people buying a headphone like this would be feeding it.

    According to the spec sheet, the Amiron is 90 grams (about 3oz) heavier than the HD650, but it is not noticeable in use, and the clamping pressure is lighter on the Beyers. So the edge in comfort- traditionally a Sennheiser calling card- goes to the Beyers easily. Despite what is implied in Beyer''s marketing materials, don''t expect much plugging into your phone- it needs an amp, period.

    The HD650 is discontinued so a more appropriate comparison would probably be to its replacement, the HD660S. Unfortunately I haven''t heard that headphone, but I have heard the 700 that it apparently borrows its driver elements from, as well as most of the big-name contenders around this price point, and the Amiron can hold its own against any of them, including the planars. I preferred it for both comfort and sound to the $400 more expensive Focal Elears. Beyer has a real winner here as far as I''m concerned.
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    Jacek R. Ambroziak
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Very comfortable but not audiophile quality sound
    Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
    I enjoyed these headphones for over a year. They are 5-stars comfortable. Sound is good for not demanding music. They do not render subtle nuances present in many acoustic jazz and classical recordings. A lot of music, especially popular, doesn''t have these nuances so... See more
    I enjoyed these headphones for over a year. They are 5-stars comfortable. Sound is good for not demanding music. They do not render subtle nuances present in many acoustic jazz and classical recordings. A lot of music, especially popular, doesn''t have these nuances so pretty much any headphones can play such music. But well recorder jazz and symphonic music, if well recorded, does offer a lot of detail which these headphones completely ignore. Especially symphonic music becomes dull and unattractive, even if played from a great source like an audiophile quality DAC.
    Bottom line, you need to consider your budget, music you want to listen to, and amp/DAC. For more demanding music, budget permitting, you will have to add another grand and invest in the likes of Focal Clear, Hifiman Arya, Sennheiser HD800S, ZMF, etc. In retrospect, I wish I had taken that route earlier.

    More thoughts.

    Almost *any* headphones can play OK, may even impress, especially with non-demanding music where detail rendering would be nice perhaps but is not vital. For some music these details ARE important and Amiron does not play them. In fact, apparently no headphones in that price range can do that, perhaps HD650.
    Another thought: when looking at customer rating numbers, we need to remember that even very high numbers apply within a particular *class* of products. For example, this headphone has a higher numeric rating (as of 12/28/2020) than Focal Clear (which I have just happily upgraded to)! So these ratings across categories don''t make a lot of sense.
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    JESUS SAVED ME
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great bass, but I find the sound presentation very annoying...
    Reviewed in the United States on October 29, 2020
    The Amiron home do not sound bad in my opinion, but I find the tonality unsatisfying and annoying due to scooped mids and honky high mids. I also have both the T90 Chrome and the T90 Jubilee, and those sound sharper in the highs but way more 3D/out of the head and spacious,... See more
    The Amiron home do not sound bad in my opinion, but I find the tonality unsatisfying and annoying due to scooped mids and honky high mids. I also have both the T90 Chrome and the T90 Jubilee, and those sound sharper in the highs but way more 3D/out of the head and spacious, with clearer imaging. I prefer that sound signature.

    The Amiron home are just too colored-sounding for my liking. Nothing sounds normal, like for example on the HD 650/6XX. I do really like the Amiron home''s bass. It''s punchy, weighty and reasonably tight. It also goes low. I wouldn''t change a thing about the bass. It''s very satisfying to my ears. If you haven''t heard them and you''re a beyer-head, I suggest you get them directly from Amazon just in case you don''t like their signature, since they are very different from the DT and T series.

    They are somewhat like the HD 650/6XX in terms of not being very bright up-top, but the mids are not full-sounding like on the Sennheisers, and something about the tonality just feels unnatural and bothersome. I have multiple high quality DACs and amps, and it''s the same story with all of them. I find them smeary-sounding and not very deep or separated imaging-wise.

    I opine that the sound quality and technical abilities of the Amiron home are high, but hindered by the weird tonality and presentation. The less capable DT 880 Edition 600 ohm and DT 990 Pro 250 ohm, which I also own, sound more pleasant to my ears...peaky treble and all. God bless!
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    Reptilian
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Eargasm!
    Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2021
    These things sound amazing! They literally give me an eargasm. They sound so clear and clean. I love them so much. I debate between putting these on or my stero speakers every time I listen to music now. These are really good! Make sure you have something good to drive them... See more
    These things sound amazing! They literally give me an eargasm. They sound so clear and clean. I love them so much. I debate between putting these on or my stero speakers every time I listen to music now. These are really good! Make sure you have something good to drive them for the full experience. The only downside is the fitting. They feel a little loose or kind of just on your head. I''m coming from HD 700s though, so those are hard to beat for comfort.

    Update: still really loving these headphones! One minor thing I would change is the quality of the cord. For the price range that is the least luxurious part of these. Obviously must be really good for that to be my complaint lol. Also wanted to say they pass my zone out test. It''s where after about 30 minutes of use I sometimes forget I have headphones on and think I should probably turn things down for my roommates. Then remember I have these on.
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    ANDREA RAVAIOLI
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    My new favourite
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 27, 2018
    First of all I own or owned almost all Beyerdynamic there, without being a fanboy of any brand. I do not have much of a problem with treble glare and still own a T90 which is often blamed by many and I still use more often than my HD800... The Amiron are my new Beyerdynamic...See more
    First of all I own or owned almost all Beyerdynamic there, without being a fanboy of any brand. I do not have much of a problem with treble glare and still own a T90 which is often blamed by many and I still use more often than my HD800... The Amiron are my new Beyerdynamic favourite: I am actually listening them more than anything else since a month ago when I got them. They are that good! I use them with a Cyrus Soundkey, also highly recommended and a fantastic match, and a Burson Audio Conductor SL. When compared to the Sennheiser 6XX line, you can''t fail to notice the extra clarity. The 660S in particular have that thick and fairly impactful sound which I thought to enjoy until I got the Amiron. I keep on comparing them but there is no contest for my ears, the Amiron are my favourite. The HD800 offer a different soundstage, wider in two dimensions but in terms of 3D I do not find the Amiron taking a step back: in fact, they take you closer to the music and I prefer that. I listen only Jazz and Flamenco guitar so acoustic music is my thing. For classical I have no clue, perhaps the HD800 remains king... Overall I do not find them a very relaxed listen as some reviewers have described, and I say this with praise. For a night relaxing listening experience I would favour 90% of the time both the HD600 and 650. They are better at that. With that said, soundstage and clarity of the Amiron are much superior. One of the closest competitor is the Focal Elear: besides the handicap of being 2x as expensive in the UK, I find them really uncomfortable to wear, as way too heavy and also completel non-portable, even on a trip. Their excel at piano reproduction, in my view, but not much else although they cerainly are a very capable headphone. I have both and have compared extensively: I still prefer the Amiron in about all aspects but if piano is the focus of your listening you may want to give the Elear a listen first.
    First of all I own or owned almost all Beyerdynamic there, without being a fanboy of any brand. I do not have much of a problem with treble glare and still own a T90 which is often blamed by many and I still use more often than my HD800...
    The Amiron are my new Beyerdynamic favourite: I am actually listening them more than anything else since a month ago when I got them. They are that good! I use them with a Cyrus Soundkey, also highly recommended and a fantastic match, and a Burson Audio Conductor SL.
    When compared to the Sennheiser 6XX line, you can''t fail to notice the extra clarity. The 660S in particular have that thick and fairly impactful sound which I thought to enjoy until I got the Amiron. I keep on comparing them but there is no contest for my ears, the Amiron are my favourite. The HD800 offer a different soundstage, wider in two dimensions but in terms of 3D I do not find the Amiron taking a step back: in fact, they take you closer to the music and I prefer that. I listen only Jazz and Flamenco guitar so acoustic music is my thing. For classical I have no clue, perhaps the HD800 remains king...
    Overall I do not find them a very relaxed listen as some reviewers have described, and I say this with praise. For a night relaxing listening experience I would favour 90% of the time both the HD600 and 650. They are better at that. With that said, soundstage and clarity of the Amiron are much superior. One of the closest competitor is the Focal Elear: besides the handicap of being 2x as expensive in the UK, I find them really uncomfortable to wear, as way too heavy and also completel non-portable, even on a trip. Their excel at piano reproduction, in my view, but not much else although they cerainly are a very capable headphone. I have both and have compared extensively: I still prefer the Amiron in about all aspects but if piano is the focus of your listening you may want to give the Elear a listen first.
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    Grey Girl
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Headphone creaking after only 1 month
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2019
    I''ve had these headphones for 1 month and the right headphone is already squeaking and creaking and stiff to move. These were expensive and from the reviews I didn''t expect this. I recommend looking at the pictures, take a look at the metal bands that connect the headphones...See more
    I''ve had these headphones for 1 month and the right headphone is already squeaking and creaking and stiff to move. These were expensive and from the reviews I didn''t expect this. I recommend looking at the pictures, take a look at the metal bands that connect the headphones to the headband. They are quite flimsy IMO, so you really have to handle these with great care. Have to say this is a big disappointment, I don''t want to hear creaking when I''m trying to listen to music. Update: Purchased these in August 2019, now it''s October and the cable is broken (sound stops when the cable near the jack is not pointing a certain way). Replacement cable costs €69.00 from their website. These headphones have been a huge disappointment.
    I''ve had these headphones for 1 month and the right headphone is already squeaking and creaking and stiff to move. These were expensive and from the reviews I didn''t expect this. I recommend looking at the pictures, take a look at the metal bands that connect the headphones to the headband. They are quite flimsy IMO, so you really have to handle these with great care. Have to say this is a big disappointment, I don''t want to hear creaking when I''m trying to listen to music.

    Update: Purchased these in August 2019, now it''s October and the cable is broken (sound stops when the cable near the jack is not pointing a certain way). Replacement cable costs €69.00 from their website. These headphones have been a huge disappointment.
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    Mr. Ag Miles
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    excellent headphones for all music genres
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 4, 2017
    bought these to replace my grado 325e. the grados were too harsh and bright in the treble with spikes and sibilence in femal voices (annie lennox "bare" album is good to reference this issue). i read that beyerdynamic headphones had issues with this in previous...See more
    bought these to replace my grado 325e. the grados were too harsh and bright in the treble with spikes and sibilence in femal voices (annie lennox "bare" album is good to reference this issue). i read that beyerdynamic headphones had issues with this in previous models, however the amiron home has addressed this. excellent sound. i do not like booming muddy bass and this delivers acurate, clean and precide sub and mid bass. the mids are clear and detailed and the trebles are present and precise without any harshness or treble spikes. i read many reviews on the amiron home and had some concerns regarding too much bass or treble issues. glad to report none of these apply. Also, i was concerned that my hi FI (DENON 39DAB) may not have sufficient amp to run 250 ohm headphones. again no problems and infact volume the sames as 50 ohm phones. i hope my review has helped those who had similar concerns to not worry about purchasing these headphones. great sound and hearing instruments that hadnt noticed before.
    bought these to replace my grado 325e. the grados were too harsh and bright in the treble with spikes and sibilence in femal voices (annie lennox "bare" album is good to reference this issue). i read that beyerdynamic headphones had issues with this in previous models, however the amiron home has addressed this. excellent sound. i do not like booming muddy bass and this delivers acurate, clean and precide sub and mid bass. the mids are clear and detailed and the trebles are present and precise without any harshness or treble spikes. i read many reviews on the amiron home and had some concerns regarding too much bass or treble issues. glad to report none of these apply. Also, i was concerned that my hi FI (DENON 39DAB) may not have sufficient amp to run 250 ohm headphones. again no problems and infact volume the sames as 50 ohm phones.
    i hope my review has helped those who had similar concerns to not worry about purchasing these headphones. great sound and hearing instruments that hadnt noticed before.
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    Marcel
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Guter Kopfhörer, enttäuschender Klang
    Reviewed in Germany on November 3, 2020
    Ausgangssituation: Seit nun fast 6 Jahren bin ich zufriedener Besitzer eines Beyerdynamic DT-880 Edition 250 Ohm. Ich dachte mir, langsam wird es mal Zeit für ein Upgrade. Kopfhörer sind schon lange eines meiner Hobbys, und mittlerweile besitze ich insgesamt über 20 Stück,...See more
    Ausgangssituation: Seit nun fast 6 Jahren bin ich zufriedener Besitzer eines Beyerdynamic DT-880 Edition 250 Ohm. Ich dachte mir, langsam wird es mal Zeit für ein Upgrade. Kopfhörer sind schon lange eines meiner Hobbys, und mittlerweile besitze ich insgesamt über 20 Stück, von In-Ear bis Over-Ear, Klinke, Bluetooth, ANC...alles dabei. Der DT-880 hat dabei immer die klangliche Speerspitze gebildet. Wie lässt sich dies nun noch toppen? Ich habe in der Zwischenzeit verschiedene Modelle unterschiedlicher Hersteller gehört, doch bei Beyerdynamic habe ich mich immer wieder am wohlsten gefühlt. Gehört habe ich da unter anderem den T1 (2. Generation) und den DT-1990 Pro, der mir, in Erinnerung, sehr gut gefallen hat. Warum habe ich nun den Amiron Home statt DT-1990 Pro bestellt? Nun, der Kopfhörer sollte einfach zum Musikhören zuhause eingesetzt werden, während der DT-1990 Pro eher für die Musikproduktion gedacht ist, und mit höherem Anpressdruck weniger Komfort verspricht. Auch ist dieser bekannt dafür, im Hochton manchmal etwas scharf zu werke zu gehen. Der DT-880 ist hier auch nicht zurückhaltend, aber durchaus erträglich. Nach dem Lesen einiger Tests, Meinungen, Rezensionen habe ich mich dann für den Amiron Home entschieden. In der Hoffnung, das dieser alles kann, was ein 1990 auch kann, nur weniger Schärfe im Hochton besitzt. Das war wohl ein Trugschluss. Voller Vorfreude habe ich den Amiron erhalten, aufgesetzt, und, erster Eindruck: Nunja. Geht so. Während mich früher der DT-1990 direkt beeindrucken konnte, war dies beim Amiron Home erst mal nicht der Fall. Doch, je mehr ich gehört habe, desto mehr Musik habe ich gefunden, wo der Amiron Home sein Potential ausschöpfen kann. Ja – er kann gut klingen. Beispielsweise das Debüt-Album von Billie Eilish steht dem Amiron Home richtig gut, das macht Spaß. Elektronische Musik generell lässt sich ganz gut hören, ebenso Singer-Songwriter-Kram. Instrumentale oder klassische Musik eher weniger Wie ist das Klangbild? Die Bässe sind ziemlich ausgeprägt, aber von guter Qualität. Die Mitten sind ziemlich zurückhaltend. Ich habe immer wieder gelesen, dass Stimmen sehr gut rüberkommen. Fand ich nicht unbedingt so. Für mich klingen stimmen eher bedeckt, leicht dumpf beim Amiron Home. Die Höhen...ja, er ist weniger Scharf als der DT-880, und damit wahrscheinlich auch als der DT-1990. Aber dennoch schafft er es bei gewissen Titeln Sibilanten zu erzeugen, mehr noch als der DT-880. Irgendwie wirkt der Hochton für mich nicht stimmig. Beyerdynamic hat wohl versucht ein Klangbild zu erzeugen, das an den Sennheiser HD650 erinnern soll, dies aber irgendwie nicht so wirklich geschafft. Wo mich der Kopfhörer überhaupt nicht überzeugen konnte ist die räumliche Darstellung. Musik, die oft eine gewisse Bühne aufbaut, Classic Rock beispielsweise, klingt hier irgendwie platt, da kommt kein gutes Raumgefühl auf, im Gegensatz zum DT-880. Insgesamt irgendwie ein muffiger Klang, nicht lebendig, nicht luftig. Das ist eigentlich nicht das, was ich von einem offenen Hifi-Kopfhörer dieser Preisklasse erwarten würde. Da muss leben drin sein. Ich möchte Details hören, aber dennoch nicht genervt werden. Stimmen sollen klar und lebendig klingen, nicht als würde man mich durch eine geschlossene Tür ansprechen. Und hier kann der Amiron Home leider nicht punkten. Wo er punkten kann ist die Anmutung und Verarbeitung. Hier ist alles super. Materialien, Optik...da gibt es eigentlich nichts auszusetzen. Nur das Kabel ist etwas gummiartig, nunja, geht aber. Der Tragekomfort ist gut, allerdings sind die Polster nicht so luftig wie beim DT-880/990, entsprechend erwärmt sich das Ohr mehr. Fazit: Kein schlechter Kopfhörer, keinesfalls. Es gibt Lieder und Momente, wo dieser Kopfhörer alles richtig macht und viel Freude verspricht. Ich denke wenn man Musik hört, die keine großartige Bühnendarstellung erfordert, und wo zurückgenommene Mitten nicht so stören, aber viel Bass gefordert ist, kann der Amiron Home der richtige Kopfhörer sein. Für mich muss es allerdings ein Allrounder sein, der alles gut kann, und das ist er leider nicht. Bei der Bewertung schwanke ich zwischen 3 und 4 Sternen. 3 Sterne hat er eigentlich nicht verdient, weil er trotz allem ein toller Kopfhörer ist. Auf der anderen Seite finde ich ihn für das, was ich hören durfte, einfach zu teuer. Für 200-250€ macht man hier nichts falsch, absolut nicht. Aber 400-500€, da muss mehr kommen. Deshalb 3 Sterne.
    Ausgangssituation: Seit nun fast 6 Jahren bin ich zufriedener Besitzer eines Beyerdynamic DT-880 Edition 250 Ohm. Ich dachte mir, langsam wird es mal Zeit für ein Upgrade.
    Kopfhörer sind schon lange eines meiner Hobbys, und mittlerweile besitze ich insgesamt über 20 Stück, von In-Ear bis Over-Ear, Klinke, Bluetooth, ANC...alles dabei. Der DT-880 hat dabei immer die klangliche Speerspitze gebildet.

    Wie lässt sich dies nun noch toppen? Ich habe in der Zwischenzeit verschiedene Modelle unterschiedlicher Hersteller gehört, doch bei Beyerdynamic habe ich mich immer wieder am wohlsten gefühlt. Gehört habe ich da unter anderem den T1 (2. Generation) und den DT-1990 Pro, der mir, in Erinnerung, sehr gut gefallen hat.

    Warum habe ich nun den Amiron Home statt DT-1990 Pro bestellt? Nun, der Kopfhörer sollte einfach zum Musikhören zuhause eingesetzt werden, während der DT-1990 Pro eher für die Musikproduktion gedacht ist, und mit höherem Anpressdruck weniger Komfort verspricht. Auch ist dieser bekannt dafür, im Hochton manchmal etwas scharf zu werke zu gehen. Der DT-880 ist hier auch nicht zurückhaltend, aber durchaus erträglich.
    Nach dem Lesen einiger Tests, Meinungen, Rezensionen habe ich mich dann für den Amiron Home entschieden. In der Hoffnung, das dieser alles kann, was ein 1990 auch kann, nur weniger Schärfe im Hochton besitzt.

    Das war wohl ein Trugschluss. Voller Vorfreude habe ich den Amiron erhalten, aufgesetzt, und, erster Eindruck: Nunja. Geht so. Während mich früher der DT-1990 direkt beeindrucken konnte, war dies beim Amiron Home erst mal nicht der Fall. Doch, je mehr ich gehört habe, desto mehr Musik habe ich gefunden, wo der Amiron Home sein Potential ausschöpfen kann. Ja – er kann gut klingen. Beispielsweise das Debüt-Album von Billie Eilish steht dem Amiron Home richtig gut, das macht Spaß. Elektronische Musik generell lässt sich ganz gut hören, ebenso Singer-Songwriter-Kram. Instrumentale oder klassische Musik eher weniger

    Wie ist das Klangbild? Die Bässe sind ziemlich ausgeprägt, aber von guter Qualität. Die Mitten sind ziemlich zurückhaltend. Ich habe immer wieder gelesen, dass Stimmen sehr gut rüberkommen. Fand ich nicht unbedingt so. Für mich klingen stimmen eher bedeckt, leicht dumpf beim Amiron Home. Die Höhen...ja, er ist weniger Scharf als der DT-880, und damit wahrscheinlich auch als der DT-1990. Aber dennoch schafft er es bei gewissen Titeln Sibilanten zu erzeugen, mehr noch als der DT-880. Irgendwie wirkt der Hochton für mich nicht stimmig. Beyerdynamic hat wohl versucht ein Klangbild zu erzeugen, das an den Sennheiser HD650 erinnern soll, dies aber irgendwie nicht so wirklich geschafft.

    Wo mich der Kopfhörer überhaupt nicht überzeugen konnte ist die räumliche Darstellung. Musik, die oft eine gewisse Bühne aufbaut, Classic Rock beispielsweise, klingt hier irgendwie platt, da kommt kein gutes Raumgefühl auf, im Gegensatz zum DT-880.

    Insgesamt irgendwie ein muffiger Klang, nicht lebendig, nicht luftig. Das ist eigentlich nicht das, was ich von einem offenen Hifi-Kopfhörer dieser Preisklasse erwarten würde. Da muss leben drin sein. Ich möchte Details hören, aber dennoch nicht genervt werden. Stimmen sollen klar und lebendig klingen, nicht als würde man mich durch eine geschlossene Tür ansprechen. Und hier kann der Amiron Home leider nicht punkten.

    Wo er punkten kann ist die Anmutung und Verarbeitung. Hier ist alles super. Materialien, Optik...da gibt es eigentlich nichts auszusetzen. Nur das Kabel ist etwas gummiartig, nunja, geht aber. Der Tragekomfort ist gut, allerdings sind die Polster nicht so luftig wie beim DT-880/990, entsprechend erwärmt sich das Ohr mehr.

    Fazit: Kein schlechter Kopfhörer, keinesfalls. Es gibt Lieder und Momente, wo dieser Kopfhörer alles richtig macht und viel Freude verspricht. Ich denke wenn man Musik hört, die keine großartige Bühnendarstellung erfordert, und wo zurückgenommene Mitten nicht so stören, aber viel Bass gefordert ist, kann der Amiron Home der richtige Kopfhörer sein. Für mich muss es allerdings ein Allrounder sein, der alles gut kann, und das ist er leider nicht.
    Bei der Bewertung schwanke ich zwischen 3 und 4 Sternen. 3 Sterne hat er eigentlich nicht verdient, weil er trotz allem ein toller Kopfhörer ist. Auf der anderen Seite finde ich ihn für das, was ich hören durfte, einfach zu teuer. Für 200-250€ macht man hier nichts falsch, absolut nicht. Aber 400-500€, da muss mehr kommen. Deshalb 3 Sterne.
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    Frits Hoen
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Music sounds fun and engaging again!
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 22, 2017
    Update a year on: - still loving it! I replaced my interconnects to Chord Clearway and these headphones are now revealing so much more than before - beautifully delicate where required, lovely instrument separation. So far, they have handled everything I have thrown at...See more
    Update a year on: - still loving it! I replaced my interconnects to Chord Clearway and these headphones are now revealing so much more than before - beautifully delicate where required, lovely instrument separation. So far, they have handled everything I have thrown at them. It is not a criticism but these cans are smooth and although very engaging they may not suit the all-out metal freaks out there - they are a little laid-back. I play rock and I don''t mind this due to their detail and finesse.. I can listen for hours (literally) and never feel unconfortable with the fit or the way they present music. Top notch!! Original review Excellent buy. These ''phones are not cheap but they could be the last headphones you''ll ever need to buy. I like all sorts of music and these play all equally well. I am still running them in but they are already superior to any I have tried so far. I find a closed-back design too claustrophobic and too boomy bass-wise, even with expensive models available now. I have had open ''phones before and while they were good they were lacking in the bass department and in my case a bit too harsh. These are just right - not a forward bass but still punchy and deep. They are smooth and neutral but can handle tough complicated sections of music with ease.The highs are really really sweet - not harsh but still detailed and clear. Mids are detailed too. I am hearing little guitar tweaks and finger noises on metal strings I have not noticed before. I suppose that I could sum it up by saying I want to tap my feet when I ''m listen now. I smile, even laugh out loud - music is completely engaging again. Lots of fun! My old ''phones (still a good pair and from an utterly respectable manufacturer) will not be used again except if these break - I hope not! They look and feel well-built. I would have expected a spare cable though for this price - that is the most vulnerable part of the package.
    Update a year on: - still loving it! I replaced my interconnects to Chord Clearway and these headphones are now revealing so much more than before - beautifully delicate where required, lovely instrument separation. So far, they have handled everything I have thrown at them. It is not a criticism but these cans are smooth and although very engaging they may not suit the all-out metal freaks out there - they are a little laid-back. I play rock and I don''t mind this due to their detail and finesse.. I can listen for hours (literally) and never feel unconfortable with the fit or the way they present music. Top notch!!

    Original review

    Excellent buy. These ''phones are not cheap but they could be the last headphones you''ll ever need to buy. I like all sorts of music and these play all equally well. I am still running them in but they are already superior to any I have tried so far. I find a closed-back design too claustrophobic and too boomy bass-wise, even with expensive models available now. I have had open ''phones before and while they were good they were lacking in the bass department and in my case a bit too harsh. These are just right - not a forward bass but still punchy and deep. They are smooth and neutral but can handle tough complicated sections of music with ease.The highs are really really sweet - not harsh but still detailed and clear. Mids are detailed too. I am hearing little guitar tweaks and finger noises on metal strings I have not noticed before. I suppose that I could sum it up by saying I want to tap my feet when I ''m listen now. I smile, even laugh out loud - music is completely engaging again. Lots of fun! My old ''phones (still a good pair and from an utterly respectable manufacturer) will not be used again except if these break - I hope not! They look and feel well-built. I would have expected a spare cable though for this price - that is the most vulnerable part of the package.
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