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Creative Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Improved audio performance from combination of Balanced Armature driver and acoustic grille design
  • AuraSeal in-ear design offers superb noise isolation up to 95%
  • Ultra comfortable and secure fit from soft, hypoallergenic eartips in 3 sizes
  • Compact and robust metal body construction
  • Tangle-free Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) cabling with cable-fit slider for manageable, distortion and noise free listening
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 1.6 x 6.3 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0037LQY7M
  • Item model number: 51EF0320AA002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 8, 2010
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Creative's Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones offer the rich, detailed sound quality of the original Aurvana Headphones and a whole lot more. The Aurvana 2 features a full, well-rounded sound profile that's punctuated by rich bass and ideally matched to diverse vocals and a wide range of musical styles. Featuring an AuraSeal design that provides excellent noise isolation, the headphones are compact, lightweight, and durable. And to ensure a comfortable, customized fit, they come with three sets of ear tips.

Creative Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones

  • Balanced armature drivers with acoustic grille for detailed sound and rich bass
  • AuraSeal in-ear design reduces up to 95 percent of ambient noise
  • Uninterrupted transmission with oxygen-free copper cable
  • Three sizes of soft, silicon ear tips for custom fit
  • Travel-ready with case, airplane adapter, and cleaning tool
  • Durable metal body and lightweight parts
Creative Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones
Refined Acoustic Tuning for Clear, Detailed Audio

Whatever your favorite genre of music is, Creative's Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones deliver a high-quality, realistic listening experience. Featuring a design that incorporates precise, balanced armature drivers with an acoustic grille, these headphones allow for a smoother, warmer, and more detailed sound profile that includes deep, rich bass.

Creative Aurvana Cable-Fit Slider
Cable-fit slider for easy cable adjustments.

In addition, the Aurvana 2's premium-quality, oxygen-free copper cable and gold-plated plug team up to reduce distortion and deliver clear transmission from your favorite player to the headphones. For increased flexibility, these headphones also feature a cable-fit slider, which allows you to adjust the length of the cable. This doesn't just keep the cable out of your way and prevent tangles; it also reduces the unnecessary disturbance that can be caused by a long cord brushing against your clothes.

Ergonomic Earbuds for Comfort and Noise Isolation

Creative's trademarked AuraSeal in-ear design offers superb noise isolation, blocking out up to 95 percent of ambient noise. This means that you can listen to your favorite tracks without interference from engine noise, nearby conversations, or other environmental distractions.

The Aurvana 2's earbuds are ergonomically contoured to fit comfortably in your ears. Plus, soft hypoallergenic ear tips, in three different sizes, are included with the headphones, so you can select whichever fit is right for your ears. This precise fit keeps the earbuds in place while you're working out or running to catch the bus, and it also works to minimize the type of sound leakage that can mar bass reproduction.

Creative Aurvana What's in the box
Includes travel case, airplane adapter, and three sizes of ear tips.
Compact Design, Contemporary Look

A black color scheme, on-ear accents, and contemporary lines give the Aurvana 2 a sleek appearance that will complement your favorite music player. And these good looks don't come at the expense of durability, since each headphone's lightweight components are encased in a durable metal body. This minimalist design also helps keep the Aurvana 2's comfortable during extended listening.

Convenient Travel-Ready Setup

The Aurvana 2 headphones are part of a complete kit that includes a convenient travel case with cable management, so you don't have to worry about untangling cords before you listen. In addition, an airplane adapter and a cleaning tool complete the setup, and keep you ready to enjoy your music anytime, anywhere.

The Creative Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones are backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box

Creative Aurvana 2 In-Ear Headphones, travel case, cleaning tool, airplane adapter, and ear tips in three sizes.

Product Description

Leveraging on the award-winning Aurvana In-Ear, this rejuvenated model sports a refined acoustic tuning and bolder aesthetics. The precise Balance Armature driver is mated with an acoustic grille design for a detailed and smooth audio response complemented by punchy bass; leading to an overall warmer and fuller presentation suitable for a wide genre of music, vocals or soundtracks. The Aurvana In-Ear’s ultra comfortable fitting and superb noise isolation remains unmatched, offering listeners bliss when enjoying their favourite tracks. The refreshed Aurvana In-Ear’s styling fronts a more contemporary outlook, raring to tame any track with accurate finesse. Relish now to a redefined level of sonic excellence.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is incredible.
Roger Hargett
They always presented a balanced sound stage, with crispy clean highs and warm smooth bass.
Jeff
This would be a great IEM for anyone, whether a beginner, or a veteran like me.
R. Ding

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Ding on November 4, 2011
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I have always heard of good things about the Creative Aurvana line. I wanted to get the Aurvana 3 In-Ear but read that the Aurvana 2 In-Ear has more treble while the A3 has more bass. Also reviewers said the A2 has thicker cable. Since I'm a fan of clean, clear sound signatures more than boomy ones, my interest piqued for the A2.

At the moment of this writing, they are on sale for 54.99, which I think is an excellent value. I am very glad that I snatched these up at this price. Compared to budget IEMs at this price range, such as offerings from Meelectronics and Brainwavz, the Aurvana 2 In-Ear not only has better sound quality, but more importantly, much better build-quality and design.

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The packaging is simple and compact, yet feels very high quality. One gripe I have about the packaging is that it is near impossible to unbox without breaking the box one way or another. I'm a perfectionist when it comes to IEM unboxing. I always try to preserve the box as near brand new unopened condition as possible. Regrettably, you either have to tear up the top two flaps which are glued together, or the bottom four flaps that are very very tightly folded into each other that you have to break one side to open it up.

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You get a very nice hard shell carrying case. It's quite unique and innovative as well, as there is no zipper, but rather a velcro strap that holds the case closed. The case only has compartment for the earphones and cable winder. I wish there was a compartment/pocket for an additional accessory, like the airplane adapter or a spare pair of ear tips.

There is an airline adapter, a earpiece cleaner, and various booklets, including a Napster thing. Nothing much to say here.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By P. L. Mai on August 20, 2010
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I own several headphones which I use for different activities. For instance when I'm working out or engaging in outdoor activities such as biking or hiking I will use a cheaper headphone due to the sweat and wire stretching that occurs, but on business trips or at the office I'll use the more expensive headphone. I own the Creative EP-630 (died after a year of abuse), the Creative EP-830 (sounds nearly identical to the 630 but has a punchier clear bass), the Klipsch Image S4 (died after 6 months abuse), Bose in ear (overrated), and the Creative Aurvana Live(makes your ears hot). I decided to try the new Creative Aurvana In-Ear 2 since I was very satisfied with Creative thus far. After listening to the 830 for several months I have become highly accustomed to it's sound quality so upon listening to the Aurvana I was very disappointed considering I paid only $15 for the 830 while I paid $99 for the Aurvana. But after listening to it for a while, testing several types of music from hip hop, techno, pop, rock, and classical I am able to better appreciate its quality. The 830 is much louder for some reason where I had to lower the volume 5 levels or raise it when listening to the Aurvana. The Aurvana has a frequency response of 15Hz-16kHz compared to the 830 of 6Hz-23kHz so it is expected that the 830 has a much stronger bass, but that doesn't diminish the fact that the Aurvana's bass is also quite good. It's just not as good as the 830 which has the best bass of any headphone under $300. You'll need to move to the Shure SE530 to get similar bass quality and depart with half a grand in the process. With that said the Aurvana has superior mid and high levels compared to the 830 which sounded somewhat muddied.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roger Hargett on February 13, 2013
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The sound quality is incredible. Some people say it doesn't have enough bass and I compared to another $20 pair and realized most other headphones actually have too much bass. This has a great balance that allow you to hear all of the instruments and clarity of voice without being overhsadowed by booming bass. when I listen to Hip Hop I will just use my other headphones, but when I listen to other forms of music these are 1st Rate.
The construction is also 1st rate. These easily outperform headphones 3x their cost. I would highly recommend unless your primarily a hip hop listener, then I wouldn't spend the money. These are especially great for accoustic instruments such as piano, but they really shine with vocals. Well worth the money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By chefdevergue VINE VOICE on August 22, 2011
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Other reviewers complain about the weak bass. To this I say "hooray!" I'm tired of headphones that are so bass-heavy that they make the lovers of the treble register wonder why they even bother with headphones. I think the balance of registers is just right with these headphones. The noise cancellation is so effective that I hesitate to take these to work, as I may be totally unaware of other people coming into my office, should they be out of my direct sight.

They are also really comfortable, probably the most comfortable I have ever worn. I hardly notice them in my ears after a certain point. They do seem a bit delicate, so I feel uneasy about using them for anything where I might be too active. I certainly won't let my 17-year-old (who destroys headphones at the rate of about a pair every 6 weeks) even have so much as a glance at these. Their durability over the long term remains to be seen. I had a splendid set of Sony headphones which lasted 24 years before they got broken by the aforementioned 17-year-old, so I tend to set the bar pretty high. For this price, they had better last, but don't go treating them like the $10 pair you bought at the drugstore and you should be fine.

I ran these things through their paces, playing a wide variety of classical selections on them. Acoustic instruments are for me always the best test of fidelity. They handle choral music, organ music, brass fanfares, and full orchestras with no distortion that I can detect. A little jazz, folk and Bollywood for variety, and everything holds up beautifully. The only quibble I have (and I don't know if this is fair on my part) is that older recordings from the 1920's and 1930's will have their defects made all the more apparent by these headphones. If you are into vintage recordings, keep this in mind.

All in all, they are really good headphones and might even be worth the price. You get what you pay for!
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