With beyerdynamic Aventho Wired, High-End Audio Is Within Your Reach

beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.
beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.

YBLTV Review: Beyerdynamic Aventho Wired Headphones

beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.
beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review: Patrick Mackey.

We’ve had a couple of ‘high-end’ headphones to review so far, each with their high points. Let’s take a moment and see what the Aventho Wired has to offer for a perfect Fathers Day Gift!

On The Go

Aventho’s new wired model, Aventho Wired, brings the familiar Tesla tech in a smaller, more portable model for you to enjoy.

Beyerdynamic knows how to bring top-notch quality in their products, and the Aventho Wired is no exception.

A smaller profile than some of the other headphones available, the Aventho Wired headphones sit on top of your ears.

This particular model is easy to throw in its pouch and carry in most purses or backpacks. Take these with you on your commute, or for a break in-between classes.

“I love the lightweight and portable design put forth in the Aventho Wired headphones,” – Patrick Mackey, YBLTV Writer / Reviewer, @mackeyp42 

Style

The Aventho Wired is a sharp looking product. In a market where so many headphones sport bland, plastic details, beyerdynamic chooses to stand out. Exposed aluminum brackets surrounding the ear cup and attaching to the head band, with a visible rivet to allow the mobility to position things the way you like. Clearly time and effort went into these designs.

A padded cloth pouch allows you to carry your headphones with a modest amount of protection, without being cumbersome. Roll it up and stash it in your bag when it’s time for the music to commence. I had these with me during my commute lately, and I can tell you they easily fit into my bag. Not being used to the cloth pouch, I found myself double-checking to make sure I didn’t forget them somewhere.

With a choice of brown or black ear pads, you can choose what fits your style better. I had the classic black earphones. I think if I were to get myself a pair, I would go for the brown earpads. The aesthetic just pops more for me, personally.

A four foot headphone cable sounds like it should be ample, and in most situations it would be. Where I was utilizing my headphones most, I would seek out a longer cord, as I found myself snagging desk corners more than I would prefer.

beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.
beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.

Pros

  • Lightweight design
  • Easily portable
  • High-end quality

Cons

  • On-ear style slightly uncomfortable for long term use

Specs

  • 32 ohm nominal impedance
  • 10-40,000 Hz frequency response
  • In-line 3-button remote control
beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.
beyerdynamic Aventho Wired. YBLTV Review by Patrick Mackey.

Final Thoughts

High-end audio is great when you can get it. I love the lightweight and portable design put forth in the Aventho Wired model headphones. While I understand the need for compression, I wonder if some additional attention to the headband may present a way to keep the audio quality, while improving the comfort factor. The ear pads themselves are incredibly comfortable.

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Disclosure of Material Connection: YBLTV Writer / Reviewer Patrick Mackey, received a model of the Aventho Wired High-End headphones on loan from Beyerdynamic in consideration for a Product Review.

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