These new headphones are able to adapt to your listening
Beyerdynamic and Nura offer headphones that provide an audio profile of the listener to provide a personalized sound that fits the person's taste and ears.
It is difficult to find the ideal headphone because users do not all have the same hearing system and do not feel the frequencies in the same way. For example, some want big basses while others prefer a balanced sound. In general, it is necessary to go through the equalizer of its mobile device, when it is available. With the Aventho Wireless, sold 449 euros, the Germans of Beyerdynamic propose an original system of customization. The helmet works with the MIY app ( Make it yours) that performs a 6-minute listening test to determine the listener's audio profile. This profile is then saved in the headset, allowing you to enjoy it without the need for the app.
Featuring touch controls, Aventho Wireless embeds aptX HD and AAC codecs to improve the sound quality in Bluetooth, as well as a battery with 20 hours of battery life.
The Australians of Nura go even further with the Nuraphone. This helmet surprises first by its design because it combines ear pads, for the rendering of the basses, with an inner intra ear system.
Most importantly, it produces a personalized profile for the listener in only 60 seconds. For this, it emits a series of sounds in the ear and measures a resulting very low sound, emitted by the cochlea, a small bone in the form of The headset application is then able to generate the most suitable sound profile. However, this profile is stored at the app level and the app is required to As the headphones of Beyerdynamic, the Nuraphone is equipped with the codec aptX HD and offers 20 hours of autonomy. It is also expensive with a price of 399 euros.