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Article Number: 717525

Tesla high-end stereo headphone (open)

Amiron home

Gifted in music

Amiron home is our invitation to pure musical enjoyment: just sit back in your favourite chair and let the sound carry you away.

Never before has your living room sounded more like a real concert hall. Just hearing the first few notes will turn you into a dedicated fan of Amiron home, your superb musical companion that will bring you brilliant and reliable sound for many years to come.
The name Amiron home represents high-end headphones that embody our 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.

Optimised Tesla technology

A superb listening experience

Tesla technology is a cutting-edge innovation from beyerdynamic, which has taken the music world by storm.
The Tesla system has now been further refined for use in Amiron 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.

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. 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.

Open design

An authentic concert experience in your own living room

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. The bonds of time and space now broken, you are transported to your own personal concert hall. Escape from your daily routine and let your favourite concert surround you any time you like in your very own haven of tranquility.

Perfect fit

Optimum wearing 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. This optimum fit contributes to creating an auditory space that lets the music unfold to its full potential. The use of highest-quality like Microvelour means the headband and ear pads are velvety soft, thus enhancing the sense of well-being produced by your favourite music. The comfort of your headphones lets you focus your full attention on the music itself – for hours on end.

Features

  • Highly efficient Tesla technology drivers
  • Hand crafted "Made in Germany"
  • High-resolution sound for a concert experience at home
  • Impedance 250 Ohms
  • velvety soft headband and ear pads out of Microvelour
  • 3 m long cable with 3.5 mm jack plug and screwed-on 6.35 mm jack adapter
  • double-sided and detachable cable

Contact

beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG
Theresienstr. 8
74072 Heilbronn - Germany

Questions regarding Orders, Payment & Delivery

Phone: +49 7131 617-444

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Phone: +49 7131 617-430

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technical data

EAN   4010118717529
Transmission type   Wired
Headphone design (operating principle)   Open
Headphone impedanceAlso known as nominal impedance. The impedance is the AC resistance of the coils of loudspeakers and headphones in ohms. Since impedance depends on the frequency, it is always specified at a frequency of one kilohertz.   250 ohms
Headphone frequency responseThe frequency response specifies the highest and lowest frequencies reproduced by the acoustic transducer of the headphones.   5-40,000 Hz
ConstructionSound coupling to the ear. A differentiation is made between supraaural headphones, circumaural headphones and in-ear headphones.   Circumaural (around the ear)
Cable & plug   Stereo jack plug 3.5 mm (1/8") & ¼“ adapter (6.35 mm)
Net weight without packaging   340 g


Spec Sheet

accessories for Amiron home

Audiophile connection cable, balanced
Audiophile connection cable, balanced
Audiophile connection cable, balanced, 3.0 m
Audiophile connection cable, balanced
Audiophile connection cable, 3.0 m, textile
Audiophile connection cable, 3.0 m, textile
Audiophile connection cable, 3.0 m, textile
Audiophile connection cable, 3.0 m, textile
Audiophile connection cable, 1.40 m
Audiophile connection cable, 1.40 m
Audiophile connection cable, 1.40 m
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Amiron home: Getting lost in the music again and again, night after night
www.techhive.com 02/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron home headphones review: no high-tech gewgaws, just sweet sound
Author: unknown

www.techhive.com 02/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron home headphones review: no high-tech gewgaws, just sweet sound
Author: unknown

[...]

"The bass response, dynamics, and musical reproduction these headphones produce will make you want to leave your Bluetooth headphones behind."

[...]

"The Amiron home are unapologetically audiophile headphones. The ear cups are so large that dance along the borders of your cheeks. That cavernous expanse pays off in spades with a deep and spacious soundstage that more closely resembles the sensation of free-standing speakers."

[...]

"Beyerdyanmic’s Tesla technology lies at the heart of the Amiron home. Named after the famous engineer and physicist, Nikola Tesla, Beyerdynamic says the eponymous tech brings a powerful magnetic drive, clean reproduction, and low total harmonic distortion that enhance the performance of the headphones."

[...]

"The sonic benefit? Rich detail and greater dynamics. I don’t quite know how Beyerdynamic has done it, but after many weeks of listening I couldn’t agree more."

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"Make no mistake, these are incredibly musical headphones in just about every sense of the word. I was smitten from the first notes that emanated through the Amiron home, and I think you will be too."

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"The Amiron home have a few distinct sonic characteristics. First, these have a bit of a relaxed presentation, while other headphones tend to be more intimate and forward. If you don't like a relaxed presentation, then the Amiron home's sonic signature might not appeal to you."

[...]

"Second, the soundstage explodes deep and wide as soon as you put them on."

[...]

"Third, the ability for the Beyerdynamic to bring out details and resolve complex musical layers was a marvel. You don’t typically get this kind of detail in a dynamic headphone at this price-point."

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"Fourth, the bass is beautiful and its extension and control are just downright uncanny from an open-back design. At times—if not every time—it was like the bass was coming from a high-end sub. You’ll hear and feel new-found sounds you never knew existed in tracks you've listened to dozens of times."

[...]

"The Amiron home’s one-two-punch of deep bass and lightning-fast transient response made percussion instruments pop and snap with the kind of realism you get from live music instead of those polite thuds that are all too common. In fact, the Amiron home rendered Sade’s “Soldier of Love” with the best musical energy and clarity I’ve ever heard from a pair of headphones.

"Beyerdynamic wanted a headphone that can bring audiophile sound to today's mobile devices, and they succeeded. The Amiron home sounded superb with every source I used—including the iPhone 7 and Macbook Pro. But, if you really want to see these headphones shine to their full potential, plug them into a dedicated headphone amp and then sit back, relax, and enjoy the music."

[...]

"Beyerdynamic's Amiron home dynamic headphones don't have Bluetooth, active noise cancellation, a gesture pad, or even an inline microphone. And you know what? I couldn't care less. What the Amiron home lacks in high tech it makes up with stunningly beautiful and dynamic music reproduction from the deepest bass notes to airy highs without ever becoming fatiguing. If you care about getting lost in the music again and again, night after night, you need to check out these cans. Highly recommended."

Amiron home: Our invitation to pure musical enjoyment
www.thesoundapprentice.com 12/2016
Title: Bring it home: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home High-End Headphone Review
Author: Derrick Lilly

www.thesoundapprentice.com 12/2016
Title: Bring it home: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home High-End Headphone Review
Author: Derrick Lilly

[...]

"At first listen, the Amiron Home is not at all what I expected, and that’s a good thing. Being fondly familiar with the overly-excited bass and treble of the DT990 PRO (review), the cutting clarity and cool, edgy traits of the T90 (review), and the clinical precision of the T1, I thought the Amiron Home would fall somewhere in line with the three. The honest truth, though, is that the Amiron Home is really a headphone all its own, picking and choosing traits of each to evolve into something much more. In fact, the Amiron Home is likely the richest and most balanced Beyerdynamic headphone I’ve heard to date."

“Amiron Home is our invitation to pure musical enjoyment: Just sit back in your favourite chair and let the sound carry you away.”

"From top to bottom the Amiron Home is crisp, clean and controlled. It exhibits excellent detail retrieval. It’s tonally rich and engaging. It has presence and space. It’s intimate and cohesive. It’s everything you could want in a headphone, and maybe more, because it exhibits all of this without ever overdoing any of it."

[...]

"Overall, the Amiron Home has a sweetness and balance throughout its dynamic range that its predecessors lacked—you can forget bass bloat or bloom that drowns out the mid-range and that dreaded harsh sibilance and tizzy, tipped-up treble that you’ve likely seen cursed on audio forums around the WWW. The Amiron Home truly delivers on its promise to bring you concert-quality sound that’s defined by precise bass, transparent mids and clear highs."

"The Amiron Home’s rich tonality and resolution were particular standouts for me. The new tuning brings much-needed warmth to the Beyerdynamic line."

[...]

"For me, the Amiron Home’s overall sound is what I’ll call believable; it’s realistic and natural. Add in the crispness achieved throughout the dynamic range and you gain a great deal of detail being pushed into your ears without ever coming off as overly aggressive or fatiguing."

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"What’s most refreshing about the Amiron Home is that it accomplishes all of these feats with damn near every genre of music."

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"Oh yeah, the Amiron Home is pretty darn comfortable too. It’s almost an afterthought that it’s on my head. Beyerdynamic headphones have always been some of the easiest for me to wear, but the Amiron Home takes fit and finish up a notch. The circular ear pads are roomy and use high-quality Alcantara coverings that let your ears breathe, and the supple headband padding is wrapped in Microvelour, both of which are very soft and high-end in look and feel. These changes, combined with the light clamping force and even weight distribution, allow the Amiron Home to sit very lightly on the head. Even after extended, hours-long listening sessions, I never experienced any hot spots from headband pressure despite the fact that the Amiron Home weighs in at a middle-of-the-road 340 grams. However Beyerdynamic pulls this off makes no difference to me, because all I care about is that it makes for an excellent listening experience."

[...]

"From fit and finish, to sound quality and price-to-performance, Beyerdynamic nails it with the Amiron Home—there’s no denying that this is a high-end, hi-fi headphone (it’s even handmade in Germany to boot). It’s exciting and engaging, uniquely fresh and refined, and easily an endgame headphone. The Amiron Home has found a home in my listening room, so I think I’ll head back there now. Audio Nirvana awaits."

Amiron home: Another great headphone
www.headfonia.com 11/2016
Title: Review: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home – Yum!
Author: Lieven

www.headfonia.com 11/2016
Title: Review: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home – Yum!
Author: Lieven

[...]

"The sound signature of the Amiron Home is one that’s precise, detailed, fast and clear above all. Just like the T90s sound stage the Amiron home sounds very spacious and separation is top notch. The Amiron’s depth is also good and the layering is audible. I’ll get back to comparing it to the T90 later but the Amiron is more relaxed and smoother sounding than the original."

"From bass to treble the Amiron home is always detailed, clean and precise without ever being too much so. The Amiron Home has a very natural timbre that is easy to listen to and like, and voices sound extremely realistic and just a tad more forward. The T90 did that as well but now they’re more relaxed and not as edgy."

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"Amiron’s bass goes deep and is detailed, precise and layered. It always is tight and fast while bass body is never too exaggerated. To me this is good sounding, (a little over) neutral bass and the body is perfectly in line with the Amiron’s mids. The transparent and richly detailed mids flow from the bass up. The mids section is very detailed with good depth and presented with the perfect amount of air.  While the mids are very musical and addictive they are a little softer than on the T90. Going back and forth between both headphones I do have to say I find the original to have even more depth and detail with better layering. The upper mids and treble are pleasant, musical and clear and the biggest difference clearly is found in this sector. It’s because of this sector that the T90 could be seen as fatiguing but this no longer is the case with the Amiron. While treble is still detailed and clear, it is a lot softer and more easygoing. There is no aggressive feel to it and it won’t ever sound harsh or sharp. Compared to a lot of Beyerdynamic headphones, the treble in fact can be called softer.

"I wouldn’t call the Amiron Home very warm or smooth in general. It’s a reasonably neutral tuned headphone with a touch of warmth and smoothness making it very musical and easy to listen to for longer periods. Compared to the T90 it is warmer and more relaxed for sure (...)."

"As you might know I like Beyerdynamic and I also like the T90 very much when used on tubes or a warm solid state headphone amplifier. The Amiron doesn’t need a warmer sounding amp or one with softer treble and it simply plays nice out of everything. I’ve been enjoying the Amiron Home very much and I have been using it a lot when I should have been using other headphones for review, but it simply is too good to put down and not pick up again."

[...]

"With the Amiron Home, Beyerdynamic has launched yet another great headphone in a very short time. Beyerdynamic wanted this headphone to be easygoing, musical (open – concert) and smooth for use at home, for watching movies and for listening to music and I think the Amiron is exactly that. It’s an easy to listen to headphone and it’s quite different from the T90 which I don’t think anyone sees as a warmer smooth headphone for relaxed listening. That does make it a bit weird to see the Amiron Home as the T90 successor, so I’d rather say they’re complimentary headphones."

It’s true that the Amiron Home doesn’t need a big amplifier to sound good but with one, it logically sounds better and/or different.  The Amiron is a headphone that displays vocals in a very natural and realistic way and with the spacious sound and good sound stage it does make for a good “concert” headphone at home if you want to call it that. A while ago I said the DT1990PRO was my favorite open headphone (...) and now the Amiron Home is here making that more difficult. I still like the DT1990PRO a lot but depending on my mood, location (office/home), the music I’m listening to or the movie I’m watching, I can see myself picking up the Amiron more often than the DT1990PRO. For some it might be a little soft, especially for those coming from the T90 and expecting the same sound signature, but I’m convinced the general crowd and especially the non-audiophiles will prefer the smoother Amiron Home for their use at, well, home."

Amiron home: Provides an impressive sound
What HiFi 02/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron review
Author: unknown

What HiFi 02/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron review
Author: unknown

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"If we had to choose one word that encapsulates both the design and sound of Beyerdynamic’s Amiron headphones, it would be ‘comfortable’."

[...]

"These headphones sit on your head easily, without feeling heavy, and the pads around their 45mm drivers give even the largest ears enough space."

[...]

"As is to be expected from open-back headphones, the Amirons leak sound like a sieve – while the benefit is a larger, more spacious quality to your music, be aware that other people around you will be able to hear it too."

"And the fact that your music will sound larger is a definite positive for these headphones – their sound quality is superb."

[...]

"The regular high-pitched pips that run in the background throughout the song are kept regular and rhythmic – which is vital when the focus of half the song is on someone hooked up to a heart monitor.

"And the headphones do a nice job of keeping track of instruments (...)"

[...]

"At this price point, Beyerdynamic’s Amiron headphones provide an impressive sound that takes the whole frequency range in its stride. We like their clear midrange vocals, their tight timing, and the impressive way that they can handle challengingly messy songs. On the whole, the ability of the Amirons will keep you happy no matter what they’re playing."

Amiron home: Laid-back companion for an exciting evening’s music
Stereoplay 02/2017
Title: New name
Author: Klaus Laumann

Stereoplay 02/2017
Title: New name
Author: Klaus Laumann

Translated from the original German article

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These headphones definitely do a lot that is right. But they do have a special character which you have to get used to. The Amiron home plays voices so that they are likeably and pleasantly soft. On the one hand this removes all sharpness, but it also removes all contrast.

[...]

Anyone looking for a laid-back companion for an exciting evening’s music is making just the right choice with the Amiron home. If you are keeping your eyes open for an accurate workmate, then you would do better with one of the studio models. This includes the outstanding Tesla sound with which the top of the range T 1 and T 5 p models impress.

[...]

The conclusion: with Amiron home, Beyerdynamic has departed from its traditional nomenclature, but not from its acoustic qualities. The successor to the T 90 has a pleasing sonic signature, which invites you into a world of relaxed enjoyment. Soft but still detailed, this comfortable set of hi-fi headphones puts all sorts of music perfectly in the limelight.

Sound: top class
Overall rating: good–very good
Price–performance ratio: very good

Amiron home: It's everything you could want in a headphone
www.thefourohfive.com 01/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home Kopfhörer
Author: Derrick Lilly

www.thefourohfive.com 01/2017
Title: Beyerdynamic Amiron Home Kopfhörer
Author: Derrick Lilly

[...]

"If you're familiar with the house sound of Beyerdynamic's high-end headphones, you'll feel right at home when you fire up the Amiron Home, which doesn't stray too, too far from what has been a successful sonic signature for decades. Instead, the Amiron Home offers a much-welcomed refinement of it--a fine-tuning that quickly makes this headphone an end-game contender. Yes, you read that right--it's that good. For the Amiron Home, Beyerdynamic engineers have been hard at work refining everything loved about the T90 (spaciousness, clarity, realism)--and fixing everything that was hated about it (namely sibilance and the peaky and sometimes strident treble). Beyerdynamic also states that it further refined its Tesla technology for the Amiron Home, modifying the transducers to further diminish unwanted vibrations and completely eliminate annoying treble resonances. I'm not one to usually buy into a brand's marketing speak right off the bat, but the way Beyerdynamic describes the Amiron Home is almost exactly how my ears hear it--and that's an amazing feat because you've got to be picky along this hi-fi highway."

"At first listen, the Amiron Home is not at all what I expected, and that's a good thing. Being fondly familiar with the overly-excited bass and treble of the DT990 PRO, the cutting clarity and cool, edgy traits of the T90, and the clinical precision of the T1, I thought the Amiron Home would fall somewhere in line with the three. The honest truth, though, is that the Amiron Home is really a headphone all its own, picking and choosing traits of each to evolve into something much more. In fact, the Amiron Home is likely the richest and most balanced Beyerdynamic headphone I've heard to date."

"Amiron Home is our invitation to pure musical enjoyment: Just sit back in your favourite chair and let the sound carry you away."

"From top to bottom the Amiron Home is crisp, clean and controlled. It exhibits excellent detail retrieval. It's tonally rich and engaging. It has presence and space. It's intimate and cohesive. It's everything you could want in a headphone, and maybe more, because it exhibits all of this without ever overdoing any of it."

[...]

"From fit and finish, to sound quality and price-to-performance, Beyerdynamic nails it with the Amiron Home--there's no denying that this is a high-end, hi-fi headphone (it's even handmade in Germany to boot). It's exciting and engaging, uniquely fresh and refined, and easily an endgame headphone. The Amiron Home has found a home in my listening room, so I think I'll head back there now."

[...]

Amiron home/DT1990 PRO: Clear, open, lively – both headphone models have their advantages
www.mactechnews.de 12/2016
Title: beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro and Amiron home – which is more professional? Pro or home?
Author: Frank Borowski

www.mactechnews.de 12/2016
Title: beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro and Amiron home – which is more professional? Pro or home?
Author: Frank Borowski

Translated from the original German article

[...]

What can you say about the practical characteristics of beyerdynamic headphones that hasn’t already been mentioned a thousand times? The headphones from Heilbronn were always amongst the best as far as comfort and sturdiness are concerned. Neither the DT 1990 Pro nor the Amiron home break with this tradition.

As already briefly mentioned, the 1990 has a slightly higher contact pressure which gives minimally improved hold for vigorous head movements. The Amiron compensates for this with its somewhat lower weight and a lower inert mass. What really makes the Amiron comfortable is that its connections point away from your body. Apart from that, there is less cable noise with the home headphones.

[...]

While opinions could differ with respect to the practical characteristics and which of the two candidates offers the more professional solution, things are much clearer with regard to the sound. When you put the DT 1990 Pro and the Amiron home on for the first time, the differences between them are extremely slight. They have the same fundamental character which is typical for beyerdynamic: clear, open, lively with a more linear performance, without excessive bass emphasis, but for some tastes perhaps a bit too bright.

[...]

It is exactly as the manufacturer intended: with a light centre lift, the DT 1990 Pro creates a particularly outstanding sound, showing clarity through to the smallest details. The lift in the upper-medium to high frequency range acts like an audio magnifier and allows the listener to make a particularly precise judgement of the recording in the especially important mid range.

[...]

An analogy from image processing would be that the DT 1990 Pro zooms into the image a little, so as to better edit the fine details. The Amiron home is quite different. It always shows the full picture, without leaving any of the content out. That makes it a bit more restrained but also gives it a more neutral performance. Spatially, its image is always somewhat more distant, more in the front rows of the audience rather than from the conductor’s stand.

And then we also have replacement ear cushions for the DT 1990 Pro. These have, as you can see in the following picture, more holes on the inside than standard ear cushions so that they are acoustically somewhat more open. The effect is a slight (I emphasise: slight) bass lift, which for my taste is a little more relaxing. Through this, the reproduction gains somewhat more substance and not just around the low range, but up to the mid frequencies where it is minimally more airy and also a trace less snappy.

[...]

During the early phase and when spontaneously listening in, I liked the DT 1990 Pro a touch more than the Amiron. Which clearly comes from its slightly more sprightly, more contrasting character.

[...]

The more I listened with them both, ultimately the longer the Amiron home stayed on my head. Please don’t take my formulation too seriously, but for constant listening, the DT 1990 Pro is simply a little more strenuous. You turn down the volume sooner than with the Amiron. This performance is exactly the developers’ intention, which makes the two headphone models a perfect recommendation for the chosen target groups.

 

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