Touch based ges­ture con­trol head­phones from Bey­er­dy­namic

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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.

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