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BeyerDynamic Amiron Home Open-Back Headphones $514.80 Shipped @ Newegg AU (Shipped from US)

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Quality open-back headphones from Beyerdynamic, usually sell for about $800 for local stock. $468 + tax at Newegg.

Essentially the open-back equivalent to the DT 1990 Pro, these have received pretty positive reviews over the last few years. I'm pretty sure this is an all-time low price for them.

Reviews:
What Hi-Fi
The Master Switch
Z Reviews (video)
Resolve (video) - Not a positive review

Joshua Valour - Comparison with DT1990 Pro (video)

This isn't marked as a discount on Newegg's site, so I think it might be a new permanent price?

Specifications
Transducer type: Dynamic
Headphone type: Open-back, circumaural (over-ear)
Frequency response: 5-40000 Hz
Impedance: 250 ohms
Sensitivity: 102db (1mW)
Total Harmonic Distortion: < 0.05%
Nominal power handling capacity : 125db (200mW)
Included cable: Double-sided detachable 3m 3.5mm cable with screw-on 6.35mm adapter (connects to the headphone with 2x mono 3.5mm jacks)
Weight (not including cable) : 340g
Pad material: Alcantara microfibre and microvelour
Manufactured in Germany

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closed Comments

  • This one or XM4?

  • Closed and Open headphones are very different, the open will have amazing sound stage and open sound but they will leak sound so anyone nearby will be able to hear what your listening to easily and likewise you will be able to hear other people. Closed (noise cancelling) are obviously much more popular these days as any kind of commuting/office works or use with others around will likely necessitate buying - however closed sound which can be okay for some styles of music but generally not as good. These are open back and for any home-theatre use would be out of this world.

  • Standard Beyer warning here: https://i.imgur.com/VSObsYc.png

    Similar to a DT1990, but further scooped in the upper mids and rolled off in the upper treble: https://i.imgur.com/0hT0FtT.png