The Aventho Wireless is one of the latest headphones from Beyerdynamic. This retails for S$699, and integrates Mimi sound personalization to help create a sound profile just for you.
The right earcup holds touch controls so you can adjust volume or skip tracks.
The headphones support the latest aptX HD streaming protocol so if you have a compatible player, you can stream wireless audio at up to 576kbps.
Also on display, was the latest Impacto Essential. This is a compact, high-end cable DAC and Amplifier so you can drive even power-hungry headphones like the T1, straight from your mobile phone.
When connected to a high-res source, the “HI-RES” indicator on the Impacto Essential will light up (as shown here), so you’ll know at a glance that you're listening to HRA tracks even without looking at your media player's playback details. This is akin to an AV receiver clearly indicating what sound format is at play.
Of course, it comes with both a micro-USB cable and a Lightning cable so you can easily feed all types of smartphones. It retails for S$529 and is available now at all major Beyerdynamic retailers.
If these headphones look familiar, it’s because they’re a version of Beyerdynamic’s Custom One Pro – the Custom Game. Like the original, you can customize the headphone plates to your liking.
You get the same bass reflex system as on the Custom One Pro, so you can also easily adjust the sound signature of the headphones to your liking. Also, the microphone can be easily removed, making the headphones suitable for everyday use too. These have a recommended retail price of S$339.
Finally, the Beyerdynamic MMX300 (second generation) headset is a premium gaming headset that brings Beyerdynamic’s premium sound to gaming.
It comes with an in-line remote for easy adjustment of volume, and also one-touch muting of your microphone. The MMX 300 Gen II retails for S$499. All the products are available now at major Beyerdynamic retailers in Singapore.
To find out more, visit www.beyerdynamic.com.