amazon Beyerdynamic Byron Wired reviews
Design of BeyerBynamic always simple, It only focuses on the best sound quality. Byron in general as well as Byron Wired in particular. I have a corded cordless headset. The housing is used in two types of materials are black plastic and light aluminum. The headset has a full three-button mic control, which is immersed in black and resembles the other parts of the headset. The headphone jack is a L-shaped, anti-folding, gold-plated. In general, the headset does not have much to say in the design, the convenience is placed on the top, the headphones to poison a color should not look too prominent.
When wearing new headphones, Byron reminds me of the DT990 sound of the same brand. A dark overall sound quality, as well as bass balance. With some of the songs that need brightness, these two headphones do not fit, but with their dance and pop tracks it’s a great fit. The bass is the highlight of this headset. The bass is above the average, as compared to the current Inear of headphones. Most bass is played in mid bass. This mid bass has a pretty good position in the music, so listen to the Dance Pop tracks for a lively feel. This part drags a bit, does not shut off right, but has a good punchy and emerged music. The drum sounds in the song Seve floating, stretching a lot, but still quite deep. Sub bass down, usually not roll off too soon. The sub bass also pulls the tail quite long, more back and is placed in the background so the headphones have a closed space music, dark and the same as playing in the dance hall. For those who are used to listening to music, this type of sound may be a little “catchy”, but those who like Dance, Rave, EDM will love it. Music is dark but not the style of the headset music, but the weight is similar to the DT990 V-shape earphones, should listen to strong music very well.
The centerpiece of the headset is set back, as well as lightweight. The first time I used Byron with the X1 II, with the same midpoints, this duo made vocalist sometimes backward and compact to hard to hear, so I switched to the phone, as well as set- Brighter the balance and easier to hear. But no matter how set-up, Byron is still somewhat backward than other headphones, as opposed to the Fidelity A65. The vocalist is usually light, with good details, but most of the voices are slightly, not very vocal. With the bass, the low mid received a bit of warmth from the bass so the mid bass, heavy but at the same time a lack of voices should give airy feeling quite strange. With the same female voice, the Cécile Corbel in Emmène Moi song was lighter, less electronic, because the high mid was softer, airy, and melted to the sides of the ear for comfort. Byron is a headset for powerful music, electronic music, but if you decide to use it for vocal music, it will fit in with the need for lightness, airy, and slightly louder sound. If you want a sound, light and more advanced, the A65 will be the appropriate choice.
Because of the darkness, darkness and weight of the bass, the band did not make much of the treble. The amount of treble is average, usually played after the track, behind bass as well as mid.
This part of the treble is bright, not dress and sweet, but the speed of play is high so often do not leave much impression. This is good for background music for Dance, Pop, Jazz with crash or Hihat as much as Take Five is somewhat lacking. If you want this more than users can mix headphones with bright music sources, there are many treble will be much better.
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