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Beyerdynamic is a German audio equipment manufacturer well-known since 1924. There's no convincing a staunch studio professional to consider any other brand if you're looking for monitoring headphones. As with all Beyerdynamic headphones, the Amiron Home is also handcrafted in Germany.
Natural and exceptionally spatial sound is achieved thanks to the open-back circumaural design. It employs an Open-back design that lets you enjoy a spacious musical feel. The natural spacing lets you feel an incredible closeness with your audio. Escape from your daily routine and listen to music with complete transparency.
The perfected design of the DT 1990 PRO combines innovation with decades of expertise in headphone technology. High-tech textiles and memory foam filled ear pads ensure exceptional wearing comfort. Headphones so comfortable you almost forget you are wearing them.
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.
I'm used to full-range, flat to 15 Hz audio from calibrated speakers, as well as with the Shure SE846 and other closed-back headphones. So, I always feel deep bass is lacking with almost any pair of open-back headphones or speakers.
The Amiron Home's sound is almost full range i.e. it's flat down to ~120 hz, -3 dB at 60 Hz, and -6 dB at 30 Hz. It can be EQed to flat, at the risk of some distortion at high volume. At this price point, I'd suggest spending more for the T 1 2. Generation instead which is flat down to 20 Hz.
I have these for close to 8 months now. They shine with every genre of music , there are of course better headphones for certain genres but at this price point I dont think any other HP does as good a job as these ! The build quality and comfort are top notch. There is no dreaded sibilance that one associates with the Beyer phones. Pair them with a good DAC/AMP and feed them hi-re audio files and you will re-discover your music. Clear separation , good soundstage , tight bass (not the thumping variety though) , well rendered mids and a controlled treble make these quite fun and neutral HeadPhones. In fact I am surprised that these havent made more of a splash in the audio world. To step up from these you will have to venture into the high end Senns,Focals.