Touch based gesture control headphones from Beyerdynamic
Audio equipment manufacturer, Beyerdynamic, has launched the Aventho wireless headphones with sound customisation technology. The headphones have been developed by Berlin based Mimi Hearing Technologies.
These headphones sport touch based gesture control on the right ear cup, through which users can receive and disconnect calls, increase or decrease volume levels, etc. They use the Bluetooth 4.2 protocol with the aptX HD codec from Qualcomm, which guarantees the best sound even without wires.
The Aventho wireless headphones come with the Tesla sound transducers to offer a great acoustic performance. The compact size and cushion cups ensure comfort over long hours.
Additional features include a frequency response of 32 ohms, a transmission rate of 48kHz/24 bits, and a play time of more than 20 hours on a single charge.
The Beyerdynamic Aventho headphones are packed in a sturdy fabric bag and are available in black and brown, at retail stores.