• Even H3
  • Even H3
  • Even H3
  • Even H3

Specs / Features


Specification

Overview
Type On-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Brand Even
Warranty 12 months
Weight 300 grams
(10.59 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Chip Chick

Features some amazing tech

from Chip Chick

These headphones are very comfortable to wear and feature super soft faux leather. Although they don’t have noise-canceling, you won’t even care because they fit so well and sound so great it won’t even matter what’s going on around you. You won’t hear it.

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These headphones are very comfortable to wear and feature super soft faux leather. Although they don’t have noise-canceling, you won’t even care because they fit so well and sound so great it won’t even matter what’s going on around you. You won’t hear it.

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Wired

Custom sound profile as unique as your ears

from Wired

The Even H3 are not the absolute best on-ear headphones money can buy, but for $150 from Even or $200 from Best Buy they sound excellent. And if you know your hearing can be wonky, they could make a difference in your enjoyment of music and other content. After using them for a couple months, I really do like the underlying concept.

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The Even H3 are not the absolute best on-ear headphones money can buy, but for $150 from Even or $200 from Best Buy they sound excellent. And if you know your hearing can be wonky, they could make a difference in your enjoyment of music and other content. After using them for a couple months, I really do like the underlying concept.

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The Next Web

Classy $150 headphones that tune sound to your hearing ability

from The Next Web

Despite some qualms with its feature set design choices, the H3 are well worth your consideration. I’ll paraphrase my conclusion for the H2: The Even H3 are attractive, well-built, sound good, and come with a gimmick that’s both useful and optional. I thought its predecessor was competitive i...More

Despite some qualms with its feature set design choices, the H3 are well worth your consideration. I’ll paraphrase my conclusion for the H2: The Even H3 are attractive, well-built, sound good, and come with a gimmick that’s both useful and optional. I thought its predecessor was competitive in the $300 price range; for $150 the H2 are a great deal as long as you can live with some caveats.

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Digital Trends

Offers custom sound, but have their quirks

from Digital Trends

The Even H3 are an interesting pair of headphones that sound good and offer enough compelling functionality to be worth their $150 price tag, but we’re bigger fans of their predecessors, which look better and cost the same amount of money.

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The Even H3 are an interesting pair of headphones that sound good and offer enough compelling functionality to be worth their $150 price tag, but we’re bigger fans of their predecessors, which look better and cost the same amount of money.

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KnowTechie

Unique EarPrint technology does make your music sound better

from KnowTechie

On their own, the H3’s from Even is a fairly standard, if well-designed, Bluetooth headset. Adding the EarPrint technology into the mix, just like a virtuoso in the studio, they become something near-magical. The ability to not only transform their own audio characteristics and that of what you...More

On their own, the H3’s from Even is a fairly standard, if well-designed, Bluetooth headset. Adding the EarPrint technology into the mix, just like a virtuoso in the studio, they become something near-magical. The ability to not only transform their own audio characteristics and that of what you’re listening to needs to be experienced to understand it.

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Headphone Review

Among the best on-ear headphones in their price range

from Headphone Review

The Even H3 headphones are well-designed and come with plenty of accessories, but the best thing about them definitely has to be Even’s EarPrint technology. It’s not quite a way to EQ the sound the way you want — instead, it’s a great way to deliver Even’s sound to your ears, no matter what your ears are like.

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The Even H3 headphones are well-designed and come with plenty of accessories, but the best thing about them definitely has to be Even’s EarPrint technology. It’s not quite a way to EQ the sound the way you want — instead, it’s a great way to deliver Even’s sound to your ears, no matter what your ears are like.

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