While most tech companies are busy trying to harness virtual and augmented reality, a number of audio companies are studying how software can enhance our listening experiences.
Even made waves a few years ago with its headphones that could be tuned to your hearing profile – essentially glasses for your ears, as the company describes it.
As with previous Even products, the H2 asks you to perform a hearing test upon first listen.
The headphones play back sounds at various frequencies – repeated for each ear – and prompt you to press a button as soon as you detect the music.
While at a basic level, it appears to be a glorified equalizer, it does work – at least for my tastes.
In a testament to Even’s consistency, the sound seemed almost identical to the result I got with last year’s H1: