New Atlas: My first earprint: A review of the Even H1 headphones
"Toggling the earprint filter on and off really demonstrates how impressive the phones are."
Huffington Post: The New Even Over-Ear Headphones Will Blow Your Mind Without Blowing Your Ears
"The benefits of Even EarPrint technology include a uniquely rich and detailed sound that compensates for frequencies you may have lost over time or have always had issues with, creating a feeling of surround-sound - the sense of being engulfed by the music."
The Next Web: These ‘EarPrint’ headphones will make you realize how bad your hearing is
"it isn’t overbearing with its changes. At least in my case, the difference was fairly subtle; it didn’t feel like the headphones were trying to overcompensate for anything. That’s because the headphones are actually quite good as straight-up headphones, even with the EarPrint mode turned off."
Engadget: Even over-ear headphones tailor sound to your hearing
"The personalized audio of MeQ's Even earbuds is sweet, but there's an obvious catch involved: you have to be a fan of in-ears to use them. What if you prefer the feel of headphone cups? Don't worry, you're set."
The Verge/Recode: New Even earphones tune themselves to each individual’s hearing
"I’ve been testing one of those products that makes you slap your forehead and wonder why every other product in its category hasn’t worked this way forever."
InsideHook: THE SMARTEST HEADPHONES YOU’VE EVER HEARD
"They’re like prescription glasses for your ears...press one button, and how you listen to music will change forever: the headphones become something like prescription glasses for your ears."
Macworld: Even earphones tune into your ears to delivery perfect sound
"For me, the Even earphones definitely made an audible difference. I played songs by Beck, Jamie xx, Ariana Grande, Tame Impala, A$AP Rocky, and the new Rihanna song from the Star Trek movie soundtrack. Given my EarPrint, the Even earphones gave a boost to the vocals and the bass across all genres."
Gizmag: Audiogram-administering earphones deliver tunes with prescription-like customization
"Human anatomy varies so much, that our own two ears can hear as differently from each other as they might to anyone else's. But one company has taken a more scientific approach towards delivering the kind of sonic experience so many individuals spend endless hours seeking. Even's earphones are designed to analyze, adjust, and adapt audio to ears by using a built-in audiogram, or hearing test."
Refinery29: These $99 Earbuds Customize Music For Your Ears
"Even is a new breed of earbuds designed to customize the sounds heading into your ears specifically for your ears.When you first pop them in, you press the "Even" button on the controller (which houses volume, pause/play, and said Even button) and run through a setup process that involves listening to eight musical tones in each ear."
TechCrunch: Hands On with Even, $99 earphones customized to the way you hear
"I hit play on a few new songs of the week (what’s up Adele) and could hear every instrument like it was in surround sound. Every drum beat, crank and electric sound came through crystal clear right along with the vocals."
Good Housekeeping: Even Earprint Earphones
"Bottom Line: These earphones are the prescription glasses for your ears and using them was like turning on a light switch - our ears were finally able to 'see'. The sound quality is up there with more expensive noise-canceling models, and they are a fantastic purchase for any audiophile!"
Ubergizmo: Even Earphones Tuned to Your Audio Profile
"I tried to listen to various music with my audio profile on and off, and the difference is significant. Even works very well for me since I do not hear bases so well, especially with the left hear, and EarPrint technology compensates wonderfully for that."
engadget: The Even headphones make you feel better about your poor hearing
"The best headphones in the world don't mean much if the listener's hearing isn't up to the task...The Even earbuds, available today, are the latest entry in this market, with an advantage of costing just under $100 -- comparable to many high-quality, non-personalized headsets."
AndroidHeadlines: Even Launches Adjustable Headphones To Fit Your Hearing
"What sets the Even earphones apart from most other products in this category is the fact that they can be adjusted according to the wearer’s hearing. Not everyone hears music the same way or at the same volumes, and the company’s CEO, Danny Aronson, believes that the audio industry should develop headphones that take this fact into account."
Cnet: These clever earbud headphones can boost your ability to hear certain sounds
"Sound quality is absolutely an individual preference... The earphones actively senses your hearing ability and tailors its sound accordingly for a 'fully-personalized' listening experience."
Mobilescout: Even launches 99$ Ear Print Earphones
"Imagine the possibility of having a pair of earphones that can be customized to the way you hear. Sounds unreal? Well, Even has done it, only for 99$."
Venturebeat: Even launches $99 earphones that adjust to your hearing
"MeQ thinks that you shouldn’t have to break the bank for premium devices and so has launched its Even earphones, which contain technology to optimize sound based on how you personally hear."
Brit & Co: Even's Personalized Earprint Earbuds Want to Replace Your Beats Headphones
"With EarPrint, the sound is rich and surrounding. Every beat is balanced and mixed the way an audio engineer would want. The earphones start at $99, and they’re topping our summer wish list right now."