Beyerdynamic Byron BTA review

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“Mad, bad, and dangerous to know” was how Lady Caroline Lamb described the great Romantic poet, Lord Byron.

However the wireless headphones that share his name, Beyerdynamic’s Byron BTA (the premium version of the Byron BTs) are almost the exact opposite. They’re a safe choice for a solid sound.

Build and comfort

Another difference is that while the poet was a classicist, these headphones are distinctly modern. Much like its wired equivalent, the Byron BTAs’ black-and-metal housings look sleek and cutting edge.

Each housing has its own magnet on the back, and when they’re brought together the magnetic force snaps them together; they might look like a necklace, but it keeps the headphones tidy when you’re not using them and stops them from falling off if you’re running.

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