A design resurrected from long ago these very simple and impressive sounding closed headphones deliver a clean, well isolated and overall pleasant ...
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Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio review: The Good The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio is a well-built monitor headphone which sounds more open and dynamic than its closed-back construction might suggest. The headphones offer a level of comfort not offered by other professional headphones. The Bad [...]
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Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless Review If that's not your cup of English breakfast tea, you may want to check out their not-so-distant cousin, the Beyerdynamic DT770 Studio headphones. Again, Beyerdynamic's build quality never ceases to impress us. Pair that with the detailed, responsive [...]
Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Along with the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 headphones are one of the more recognizable staples of recording studio audio gear over the last few decades. The DT 770 line is still going strong, and has a few different versions [...]
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Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio 80Ohm review Highs aren't bad either, but they definitely bear that Beyerdynamic signature spike in emphasis. You may find that cymbals and other stringed instruments can sometimes leave you with a somewhat shrill ringing, but it's really not all that common. If a [...]
@drewm I’m a massive fan of my Beyer Dynamic DT770’s -comfort and quality!
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what OHM capacity headphones ? these are 250 ohm or http://www.amazon.co.uk/Beyerdynamic-DT770-Pro-Headphon... these are 80 ohms. the output power specification on this looks pretty small so you'd be probably better off with a lower ohms rating for your headphones or powered headphones. [...]
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ATH-M50X or Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro-80? ATH-M50x is good if you can get it with the old price max USD100. DT770 pro is good but take the 32Ohm version if you want to use it without external amplifier or external DAC. The mobile phone or tablet can not drive 80Ohm headphone properly. Both are ... [...]
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Major Headphone Sound Signatures fairly bassy, small soundstage even for closed headphones, warm sound signature, v-shaped sound profile. beyerdynamic dt770. like m50 but with bigger soundstage and a bit more bass with slightly sharper treble. beyerdynamic dt880 neutral profile otherwise ... [...]
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Beyer Dynamic DT770 PRO 80 omhz / Logitech G930 Go for the DT 770 Pros. The G930s 7.1 surround sound isn't actually 7.1 since it only has two speakers. Dolby tries to emulate 7.1 surround sound using it's own software. I've heard it's not that great. You're much better off getting a good set of ... [...]
Way back before headphones became a multi-billion dollar industry, the options available for people to buy were rather meager. You mostly had earbuds, a selection of on-ears (predominantly Sennheiser) and professional monitor headphones, and never the thrice should meet.In the past, people were perhaps afraid of professional headphones. They were ugly, had ridiculously long cables and were harder to find than consumer models. As good as they are, the $199 Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio does...
Most wired gaming headsets hover in the $50 to $150 range, and we've seen few a wireless models break the $200 mark. The Beyerdynamic MMX 300 is $349, which makes it more than double the price of the excellent Turtle Beach Elite Pro Tournament Headset and even pricier than the wireless Astro Gaming A50. That's because Beyerdynamic is a high-end headphone company, not a gaming accessory manufacturer, and its pedigree among audiophiles is strong. The MMX 300 is simply the best-sounding gaming...
Beyerdynamic has been in the professional audio space for 93 years! They started as Elektrotechnische Fabrik Eugen Beyer in Berlin. Their first, and longest lasting, headset was the DT 48 that was in production until 2012. Since then, they have expanded into all facets of professional audio: headphones, microphones, headsets and audio conferencing solution. They're now in the gaming space with the Custom Game headset. advertisement Specifications MSRP: $189.99 Operating Principle:...
Studio-friendly headphones are usually pretty expensive. For $99, the Beyerdynamic DT 240 Pro are a refreshingly affordable circumaural (over-the-ear) pair for musicians, podcasters, filmmakers, and anyone else who wants to monitor with accuracy. A lightweight frame makes them useful on the go, and a detachable cable adds to the value. On top of this, the headphones deliver accurate bass depth and solid clarity in the highs. So for the first time in a while, we can add a new Editors' Choice...