|商品尺寸||20.5 x 10.49 x 14.99 cm; 381 克|
|包装清单||Amiron wireless headphones^optional wired connection cable with remote control^charging cable usb a to c^hard case^warranty booklet^quick start guide|
|保修说明||2 year warranty when purchased from an authorized beyerdynamic dealer|
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Do yourself a favor and stay away from this product. The sound is good when it works, but you are on your own if there is a problem. Customer service is non-existent.
These headphones worked fine for several weeks. I agree with other reviewers that the volume is low, but you can turn up the volume and the sound is otherwise quite good. The problem is that after several weeks, the headphones stopped receiving sound through the Bluetooth connection. They connected and paired, but there was no sound. I tried to find answers on the company website, but good luck with that. There is not much help available. I scoured the Internet for information. Not much there either. I did try all potential fixes I did find -- resets, plugging and unplugging the wired connection, etc. -- but nothing worked. The headphones worked with the wired connection, but not via Bluetooth, and this was the case when I connected them to different devices (e.g., iPad and iPhone).
Finally I gave up and tried to contact the company. No response. I tried again. No response. And again. Nothing.
These headphones are very expensive -- almost $600. A problem this basic should not happen -- and if it does, Beyerdynamic should be rushing to be responsive to customer issues. Nothing. This is the worst customer service I have ever seen -- ever. Extremely frustrating, and in the end I am totally disgusted and throwing in the towel on this product and anything associated with this company.
One further point: the side of the right headphone is designed to function as a kind of track pad, allowing you to increase and decrease volume, fast forward and rewind, etc. When you use a track pad on a computer, you have visual feedback on the screen. With these headphones, however, you cannot tell if it is really working correctly. I hated it, but I would have stuck with it if the headphones actually worked.
In short, this is potentially a very good product, but there is no support from the company, so if you run into any problems then you are out of luck. Flaky product. Terrible company.
Why did I buy these:
APTX-HD/LL - I am an audiophile and I have been wanting a quality pair of over the ears, with quality bluetooth. These Amiron Wireless phones have that tech, including APTX-HD and LL. If you have the ability to output in that mode, you will be impressed with the sound quality over bluetooth. It also makes it great for watching TV/Videos on bluetooth, as the lag is nearly unnoticeable. Key word, nearly.
USB-C charging, trying to go all USB-C was a personal thing for me, so I like the faster charging and compatilbility with my other devices.
Passive ability, you can plug in the 3.5mm jack and use the set passive, even if its dead or charging.
I trust Beyer and have enjoyed their products for over a decade, so I assumed they would think through the design before releasing the product.
The sound quality is unmatched in a wireless/bluetooth over the ear set.
Boy was I wrong. First off, a month into ownership the headphones will not turn on. Sure that might just be bad luck, no biggy, warranty will cover.
THE SINGLE BIGGEST ISSUE. These are the worst sealing pair of headphones I have ever owned. Now stop for a second, I know that Beyer is notorious for this, however, my head fits Beyers. That is probably why I have loved them for so long. My MMX-300's are some of the best fitting, not too tight, not too lose, doesn't hurt after hours of use, doesn't slip off my head or move around during intense gaming, headphones I own. A supposed to be wireless, twice as expensive set? Nope, worst fitting, constantly slipping off my head, essentially no seal around ears phones in existence. The audio quality? It is amazing, but it suffers massively due to the poor seal. If you slightly press these to your ears or put on a sort of headband to push them against your ears, they sound absolutely amazing. But is that really what I want to do to get good sound and not have a pair of $600 headphones fall off?
This is poor design. There is no other way around it. If this was the only pair of Beyers I ever owned, I would think twice, but it's not. Why make a nice pair of wireless headphones, that can't stay on your head? Or seal out a bit of outside noise?