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Beyerdynamic launches Aventho Wireless headphones at Rs. 24,999

Beyerdynamic has launched the Aventho Wireless headphones in India at Rs. 24,999. These headphones come with aptXTM HD, aptXTM, AAC, SBC support with a transfer rate of up to 48 kHz / 24 Bit. The beyerdynamic is working together with Mimi Hearing Technology and this sound customization technology allows for the creation of a personal listening profile tailored to a set of beyerdynamic headphones.

This profile is based on thesoundcheck in the “Make it yours” (MIY) app and then uploaded directly to the headphones. The Mimi Hearing Technologies is a Berlin-based company and is one of the most in-demand sound customization specialists. The beyerdynamic uses Bluetooth 4.2 protocol with the aptX HD codec from Qualcomm to enhance the audio experience and it also supports the AAC codec for iOS products. The beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless headphones also use the Tesla technology that is characterized by a strong magnetic driver and an extremely high-resolution playback without any tonal coloring. They enable unique richness of detail despite their compact size and are therefore the perfect canvas for Mimi sound customization. 

The Aventho wireless has a powerful internal rechargeable battery that offers up to 20 hours of playing time and is also fitted with a microphone and can be used as a headset. The beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless headphones are made in Germany and the company calls it as the new mobile masterpiece. The beyerdynamic Aventho wireless will be available in stores from October 2017 and are priced at Rs.24,999. The model will be available in black and in brown.

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