Beyerdynamic Amiron

"Beyerdynamic has made a pair of headphones that sound as good as they feel"
As posted by whathifi.com


  • Clear and organised
  • Handles treble well
  • Lush sound, incredible detail, and superb dynamics
  • Durable yet premium high-end design
  • Excellent 30-hour battery life.
  • Excellent build quality and comfort


  • Companion app lacks customizable EQ
  • Not ideal for travel

Product Details

Date First Available:
6 December 2016

Overall Rating

The overall rating was calculated based on 907 customer and expert reviews from 19 review sites and 3 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Headphones:
  • 95.6%
  • 90.0%
  • 94.0%
    Build Quality
  • 84.0%
    Phone Calls
  • 95.0%
    Noise Cancellation
  • 95.3%
    Battery Life
  • 92.1%
  • 93.0%
    Sound Quality

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Expert Reviews

Beyerdynamic has made a pair of headphones that sound as good as they feel

Read more on whathifi.com


  • Nice bass detail
  • Clear and organised
  • Handles treble well
  • Insightful midrange


  • Nothing of note

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Home is something as rare as an open headphone with generous bass reproduction. The music flows so easily and effortlessly out of the headphones that you do not want to take them off your head. It’s not just because the wearing comfort is second to none for such large headphones, but because you simply enjoy the music more when the sound balance of the headphones does not stand in the way of the music.

Read more on lbtechreviews.com

You'll be hard-pressed to find better headphones for less than $1,000.

Read more on techhive.com


  • Lush sound, incredible detail, and superb dynamics
  • Amazing bass from an open design that will best many closed-back models
  • Light in weight and very comfortable to wear for long sessions


  • Large size makes them difficult to carry with you
  • The 3-meter cable that's included is too long for on-the-go use, and a shorter replacement costs $105

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are alright for mixed usage. They don't have active noise cancelling or any features for gamers, but they're decent for casual listening. The way they fit tends to leave significant gaps around your ears, which affects how well they isolate noise. Two people might also find they have different sound profiles. That said, they're well-built, have a great battery life, and are still okay for most uses.

Read more on rtings.com


  • Durable yet premium high-end design.
  • Excellent 30-hour battery life.
  • AptX HD and aptX-LL support.


  • Bass delivery varies significantly across different users.
  • Slightly awkward fit that tends to create gaps around the ears.
  • Companion app lacks customizable EQ.

The expensive Beyerdynamic Amiron Home headphones deliver powerful sub-bass and detailed highs with superb accuracy.

Read more on pcmag.com


  • Fantastic, accurate sonic performance with excellent bass depth and superb clarity and detail in the highs.
  • Open design lends a greater sense of space.
  • Exceptionally comfortable.


  • Very expensive.
  • Open design leaks sound outward.

While the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless aren't perfect they're without a doubt one of the better sounding pairs of Bluetooth headphones you can get right now. Assuming, of course, that you have several hundred dollars to spare.

Read more on soundguys.com


  • Premium build
  • Great sound quality and passive isolation
  • Useful app with hearing test
  • Good connection strength
  • High quality codecs available for streaming
  • Battery life


  • The design isn't for everyone
  • They're large and bulky, resulting in occasional slips off the head
  • The process to turn on aptX HD is convoluted
  • Price

The best-sounding wireless headphones you can buy

Read more on techradar.com


  • Excellent build quality and comfort
  • Detailed, dynamic and spacious sound
  • Sounds just as good wired


  • Not ideal for travel
  • Mobile app needs work
  • Expensive

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