Тест и обзор: beyerdynamic amiron wireless copper — роскошные наушники с отличным звуком


Looks and Build Quality

It's worth taking a second just to look at what these headphones are made of. Even if they didn't wow us with how good they felt, there's no question that they are very pretty indeed. Beyerdynamic have always had a design ethos that walks the line between industrial and attractive, with muted, often drab grey and black color schemes matched with smooth curves and swooping accents. For the Amiron Home, a pair of sizeable over-ear, open-back cans, this is very much the case. The cups might be made of plastic, but they feel rock-solid, and what dominates the outer housing is a circular, tightly-woven grille with a broad metal stripe across each side that houses an embossed logo. It not only looks great, but it feels great, too; run your thumb across it, and it's easy to see just how much thought and concerted application has gone into the design. Match these up with a classic, like the DT770 Pros, and you can see the design lineage going all the way back. While it's probably not going to appeal to everyone, it's an aesthetic that we really enjoy.  

Headband and Materials

The headband and the cups themselves are made of a material known as microvelour, which is something we are going to talk about at length and in an increasingly admiring tone in a minute. The rest of the headphone is functional and, if we're being honest, pretty unremarkable, with plastic hinges holding the cups in place and a second logo at the base of each side of the headband. One thing we do like is the embossed information printed on the inside of the band's plastic base: not only do you get clear left and right indicators, which are a blessing in a world of tiny and obscure ones, but you also – praise be! – get a clear indication of headphone impedance (250 ohms, since you ask), along with an edition number. The right side proudly announces that the cans are Made In Germany. Beneath each cup, there's a 3.5mm cable connector, slightly angled, which is handy as it allows you to transport the cans without the cable attached. It's the combination of these things – the industrial aesthetic and materials with the little design touches – that make Beyerdynamic cans every bit as distinctive as headphones from Grado or AUDEZE. And even if you have misgivings, all you have to do is try these cans on all of them to go away…

The microvelour pads are AMAZING | The Master Switch

Compared To Other Headphones

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are premium over-ear closed-back Bluetooth headphones. They have a very sleek, stylish design and feel remarkably well-built. Unfortunately, they don't fit as well as competing models, which affects their noise isolation and audio reproduction. While closed-back headphones without noise cancelling, like the Audio Technica ATH-DSR9BT Wireless, tend to sound a bit different to different people in general, the Amiron perform more inconsistently than most. That said, they have the most Bluetooth codec options of nearly all headphones we've reviewed, which helps set them apart from the competition. See also our recommendations for the best Bluetooth headphones, the best closed-back headphones, and the best audiophile headphones.

Audio-Technica ATH-DSR9BT Wireless

The Audio-Technica ATH-DSR9BT Wireless and the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are both closed-back Bluetooth headphones designed with audiophiles in mind. The Beyerdynamic have a better battery life, more Bluetooth codec options, including the lower-latency aptX-LL, and a companion app. However, they fit rather awkwardly and reproduce audio even less consistently than the Audio-Technica across different users.

Beyerdynamic DT 1770 PRO

The Beyerdynamic DT 1770 PRO are better headphones for neutral listening than the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless if you don't mind a wired design. The DT 1770 have a better range of motion in the ear cups which helps them fit more securely than the Amiron. While both headphones reproduce audio rather inconsistently across different users, the more stable fit of the DT 1770 helps them sound slightly more consistent. Their wired design is less convenient, though, and they don't come with an in-line microphone.

Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT

The Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT are better wireless headphones for neutral listening than the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless. The Beyerdynamic have more Bluetooth codec options, like aptx HD and aptX-LL support, and a slightly more fully-featured app, but their fit is a bit strange. The Audio-Technica might sound a bit too punchy for some people, but at least their sound profile is generally well-defined, unlike with the Beyerdynamic which can sound significantly different depending on who's wearing them.

HiFiMan ANANDA-BT Wireless

The HiFiMan ANANDA-BT Wireless for neutral sound than the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless. The HiFiMan have a more consistent audio delivery, and their open-back design helps create a more open and spacious soundstage. That said, the Beyerdynamic have longer battery life, and their closed-back design allows them to isolate more noise and leak less sound.

Focal Elegia

If you prefer wired headphones, the Focal Elegia are a better option for neutral listening than the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless. While the Bluetooth Amiron provide the freedom of a wireless connection, they're less comfortable and their sound profile can vary quite a bit between individuals. While not everyone will prefer the Focal warmer sound profile, they reproduce audio more consistently than the Beyerdynamic, which can sound very different from one person to the next.

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The Competition:

Although they are closed-back, the Audio-Technica ATH-W1000Z cans do a very good job at competing with the sound of the Amiron Homes – and at a lower price point. While the audio quality might not be right up there with the Beyerdynamics, it's refined and elegant enough to warrant a second look. The design is a little more sensual, too, with teak ear-cups and leather pads. The comfort level is nowhere near that of the Beyers, but this is an aesthetic that will probably hold wider appeal. Go check them out. They are about $200 cheaper, too.

Then there's the classic AKG K712. We finally had a chance to hear these headphones – for whatever reason, a pair had eluded us – and we really liked them. They sound neutral and natural, and are particularly good at articulating vocals. While this makes them a little more specialised than the Beyers, it definitely means they are a worthy alternative. The huge cups and design may not appeal to everyone, but the comfort level is good. We really like the orange accents too, which set the headphones apart from the competition. At $399, they are pretty much the same price as the ATH-W1000Z cans mentioned above, and about $200 less than the Amiron Homes.

Get the AUDEZE LCD2Cs if you want increased bass response | The Master Switch

If warm, lush bass is more your thing, may we suggest a pair of AUDEZE LCD2C? While slightly more expensive than the $599 Beyerdynamics, at $799, and not quite as comfy, they reward you with some genuinely brilliant low-end. The soundstage is better, too, thanks to the planar dynamic drivers. We adore these headphones, and while they aren't as neutral as the Beyers, they remain excellent.

Beyer offer plenty of other headphones too — try the Beyerdynamic DT1990 Pro. At an identical price to the Amiron Homes, and with similar specs, you might reasonably wonder why we offer these as an alternative. They don't have the comfort level or aesthetics, but what they lack in design, they make up for in pinpoint precise sound. These are the headphones you go for if you want absolutely nothing getting in the way of your music – if you want to analyse it exactly as it's presented. These are also ideal if you're actually making music, and looking to check mixes using headphones. They aren't nearly as much fun as the Amiron Homes, but they are still bloody good — and are actually slightly cheaper, at around $580, depending where you buy.


Neutrality and Clarity

Perfect clamping pressure and velvety pads are all well and good — and we'll get to that in a minute — but they don't mean a damn thing if the sound isn't up to scratch. Fortunately, that's not a problem with the Beyerdynamic Amiron Home headphones. Beyer's cans are known for their neutrality – so much so that many professional studios often use them to check songs mixes. While that's probably not going to happen with the Amiron Homes, there's no question that they have the same sound signature. Overall, you're looking at a neutral, balanced portrayal of your sound, with just enough character and verve to keep you coming back.

Verdict: Buy these | The Master Switch

There is no bias towards any particular part of the frequency spectrum. Bass is powerful and clear without being overbearing, and the mids are cool and straightforward. There's no sense of stripping the music bare that you get with so many other reference-grade headphones – we played several low-quality MP3 files through these cans, and they didn't seem at pains to point out that we were listening to compressed material. At 250 ohms, they aren't going to be happy running off a smartphone, although the 3.5mm jack (adaptable to 6.3mm) certainly allows for that; couple them to a decent amplifier, and they absolutely sing. By the way, since they're open-back, you do need to be aware of bleed — even if it's nowhere near as bad as other examples, like Grados.

They felt forgiving and natural, which we really liked, reminding us of the smooth sound of the HiFiMAN HE1000 V2. Given that those cost just under $3,000, compared to $599 for the Amiron Homes, that's quite a compliment. And on the opposite end of the spectrum, good-quality sound files like Spotify Premium or CDs sounded absolutely gorgeous, the headphones framing the music without overly adding to it, accentuating its qualities and then getting out the way. Ultimately, you'd go for these cans not only for their next-level comfort, but also when you enjoy music that is uncolored by headphones, and served up in as natural a manner as possible.

We wish there were slightly fewer than five (!) Beyer logos on the cans, though | The Master Switch


High-End (Treble) and Dynamics

We loved how tight the dynamics were, and how much clarity the headphones gave to even the smallest elements of a track. If we had one criticism, it's that the highs, while detailed, sometimes felt a tiny bit harsh – nothing that would cause us to quit listening, but just something we would have liked to be a bit smoother. A speck of dust on the perfect frame, if you like. But although they aren't as exciting as other headphones, we'd quite happily put them up against anything in their price range. Perhaps the best comparison would be something like the Audio-Technica ATH-W1000Z, which offers similar clarity and functionality at a slightly lower price ($400, compared to the Amiron's $599). All the same, we much prefer these, which are much more complete headphone experience. They are going to compete with the truly big dogs in the open back world, like AUDEZE, but that doesn't stop them from sounding terrific.

The headphones have an impedance high enough to need a separate amp | The Master Switch

Accessories & Packaging:

It's just as well that you aren't going to be using these for smartphone listening. Having to tote around a damn-near ten foot cable would get old fast. Admittedly, it's a well-built cable, two strand, with a 3.5mm jack at one end that can be adapted into a 6.3mm one with the included plug. It's just very long. Outside of that, the only accessory you get is a fairly bog-standard, rigid, zippered case. While this does the job of holding and protecting the headphones, its black surface attracts dust, and the tiny pouch on the inside is simply insufficient to hold the cable when it's detached. It has similar problems to the case that came with the old Sennheiser HD1s (full review here), which was also a magnet for dust. Those headphones, by the way, are excellent — if you want a wireless option, check them out. They're cheaper, too, at $245 to the Amiron Homes' $599.

All the accessories work reasonably well, but we can't help feeling that, in this case, Beyerdynamic went a little bit too far onto the industrial side of things. The packaging is fairly standard, too, with a simple cardboard box that gets the job done without being ostentatious. At this price range – $600 or so – it's almost a little disappointing to see that the packaging and accessories are little more than ticking boxes. Still, when the actual headphones themselves are this good, it's not a deal breaker.

The cable might be long…but it is removable | The Master Switch

Build and comfort

You're unlikely to have many complaints about how these headphones feel.

Beyerdynamic has used alcantara microfibres (a blend of polyester and polyurethane with a similar texture to suede) and microvelour to make the earcups and headband.

The result is that you could easily wear these headphones for hours on end, and while that may sound like marketing spiel, the Amiron manages to live up to it.

MORE: Best headphones 2018

These headphones sit on your head easily, without feeling heavy, and the pads around their 45mm drivers give even the largest ears enough space.

Connecting the cans to your amp is a 3m long cable, with a 6.3mm jack that unscrews to reveal a 3.5mm connection.

As is to be expected from open-back headphones, the Amirons leak sound like a sieve – while the benefit is a larger, more spacious quality to your music, be aware that other people around you will be able to hear it too.

Страница 1: Тест и обзор: Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless Copper — роскошные наушники с отличным звуком

Как насчет того, чтобы выбрать более дорогие наушники? beyerdynamic amiron wireless copper — одни из самых дорогих моделей на рынке. В России они еще не появились, в Европе цена составляет €800 (55.200 ₽). Посмотрим, что наушники обеспечат за столь немалую цену.

Сегодня все больше производителей переводят свои модели на беспроводное подключение. AirPods обеспечили для большие продажи, чем iPod в свое время, но также и многие high-end решения избавляются от проводов. Тем более что почти все современные смартфоны лишены 3,5-мм гнезда для наушников. Наушники beyerdynamic amiron wireless — высококачественная модель, которую мы получили на тесты в эксклюзивной версии Copper.

За наушники придется отдать €800 (55.200 ₽), но сразу же можно отметить, что цена кажется нам оправданной. Наушники обеспечивают гармоничный и сбалансированный звук, который встречается довольно редко даже среди high-end моделей. Кроме того, в акустику всегда можно вложить чуть больше, поскольку качественные наушники прослужат дольше процессора или видеокарты.

Что касается оснащения, beyerdynamic сфокусировалась на максимально качественном звуке. Можно забыть о технологии активного подавления шумов, которую многие читатели будут ожидать при такой цене. Впрочем, в зависимости от сценария использования, недостатком это не является. Тем более наушники обеспечивают немало других преимуществ.

beyerdynamic amiron wireless copper опираются на динамики, изготовленные по фирменной технологии Tesla. Они обеспечивают очень широкий диапазон частот от 5 Гц до 40 Гц при проводном подключении. Также присутствуют и богатые возможности персонализации звука под предпочтения пользователя, на которых мы остановимся чуть ниже. По беспроводному подключению никаких ограничений нет, поддерживаются профили aptX HD и AAC.

beyerdynamic amiron wireless copper
Цвет Черный/ медный
RGB-подсветка Нет
Объемный звук Нет
Динамики Tesla
Время автономной работы 30+ часов
Частотный диапазон 5 Гц — 40 кГц
Импеданс 32 Ом
Поддержка профилей и кодеков aptX, aptX LL, aptX HD,
Вес 400 г
Гарантия 2 года
Цена 799 евро

Внешний вид, качество изготовления

Конечно, от наушников с ценой дороже 50 тысяч рублей ожидаешь самого качественного звука. При этом внешний вид и качество изготовления страдать не должны. beyerdynamic с наушниками copper не сэкономила, что видно по стильному и надежному чехлу для переноски.

Наушники имеют матовый черный дизайн, при этом отпечатки пальцев на поверхностях заметны не так сильно. Сам по себе дизайн классический и довольно простой

Внимание привлекают разве что медные кольца на каждой чашечке. Они подчеркивают впечатление общей роскоши, стоит взять наушники в руки

Кнопок и других элементов управления почти нигде нет, производитель опирается на сенсорные поверхности.

beyerdynamic выделяется среди конкурентов и выбором материала. Дужка наушников покрыта алькантарой (искусственной замшей), которая хорошо смотрится и приятна на ощупь.

Переход между дужкой и чашечками сделан из прочного металла. Такое впечатление, что наушники прослужат вечность.

amiron wireless copper удобно заряжаются через современный порт Type C, вынесенный на правую чашечку. Там же присутствует и 3,5-мм гнездо аудио для аналогового подключения, чтобы можно было задействовать полный частотный диапазон. Качество изготовления и материалов вполне соответствует high-end наушникам.

Комфорт ношения

Чтобы наслаждаться звуком в наушниках amiron wireless copper на протяжении длительного времени, они должны обеспечивать соответствующий комфорт ношения. Производитель с этим отлично справился, даже после нескольких часов наушники не утомляли, усталости не появлялось.

Частично это связано с хорошо подобранным давлением дужки на череп. Оно достаточно сильное, чтобы наушники держались на голове и не соскальзывали при резких поворотах. Но вместе с тем давление не чрезмерное. С обеих сторон можно регулировать длину дужки до 4 см, вполне достаточный диапазон для большинства пользователей.

Второй компонент — амбушюры. Они имеют диаметр 60 мм, что дает достаточно места внутри для ушной раковины любого размера. Также мягкое тканевое покрытие амбушюр добавляет комфорт. В случае кожи уши часто потеют, здесь же внутри чашечек создается приятный микроклимат.

Использование настоящей меди в чашечках немного увеличило вес. Впрочем, разница по сравнению с обычными пластиковыми наушниками не такая большая, на комфорте ношения она не сказывается.


Our Verdict


Mixed Usage

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are alright for mixed usage. They don't have active noise cancelling or any features for gamers, but they're decent for casual listening. The way they fit tends to leave significant gaps around your ears, which affects how well they isolate noise. Two people might also find they have different sound profiles. That said, they're well-built, have a great battery life, and are still okay for most uses.


  • Durable yet premium high-end design.
  • Excellent 30-hour battery life.
  • AptX HD and aptX-LL support.


  • Bass delivery varies significantly across different users.
  • Slightly awkward fit that tends to create gaps around the ears.
  • Companion app lacks customizable EQ.


Neutral Sound

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are decent for neutral listening. While they have a fairly well-balanced sound overall, they reproduce audio very inconsistently across different people — so you might hear a different sound profile than what we measured. Their companion app has a sound personalization feature that creates a custom sound profile based on the results of a 6-minute listening test, but we don't know how well it performs and there are no other EQ options.

See our Neutral Sound Recommendations



The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are acceptable for commute and travel, but they're not ideal. Although they have a closed-back design, they don't isolate noise very well and will let in all the low thumps and rumbles of bus or plane engines. They also have a rather bulky design that doesn't fold into a more compact format, so they'll take up a lot of space in your bag or luggage, even in their carrying case. On the upside, their excellent 30-hour battery life will make it through even the longest international flight.

See our Commute/Travel Recommendations



The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless could be okay for sports or fitness. While their wireless design ensures there won't be any cables to get in your way, they're not very portable due to their bulky design. They also have an unstable fit which makes them prone to falling off your head while running or working out.

See our Sports/Fitness Recommendations



The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are okay for office use. They don't isolate much noise and do leak a bit of sound, but it's not too bad overall — they should still help block out a bit of office chatter without being too disruptive to your colleagues. While their fit can feel a bit odd at first, they're still quite comfortable, and their long battery life will help you get through your workday uninterrupted.

See our Office Recommendations


Wireless Gaming

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless aren't recommended for wireless gaming. Since they use Bluetooth, they aren't wirelessly compatible with the Xbox One or the PS4. You could achieve low enough latency for PC gaming with aptX-LL enabled, but you would need to purchase a specific Bluetooth adapter for this purpose.

See our Wireless Gaming Recommendations


Wired Gaming

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are decent for wired gaming. They come with an audio cable that has an in-line mic so you can plug them into your desktop computer and enjoy both audio and chat support virtually lag-free. They'll also work with your Xbox One or PS4 controller, but don't have any other gaming-specific features.


Phone Calls

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are disappointing for phone calls. While their microphone recording quality is decent in quiet environments, like in an empty meeting room or silent hallway, you'll be a lot harder to understand as soon as you get in a noisier environment. That said, they do come with an 1/8″ TRRS audio cable that has an in-line microphone which could help a bit since you change how it's positioned near your mouth.

  • 6.6

    Mixed Usage

  • 6.9

    Neutral Sound

  • 6.6


  • 6.8


  • 6.5


  • 5.5

    Wireless Gaming

  • 7.2

    Wired Gaming

  • 5.8

    Phone Calls

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