A quick review of the HD800 vs. the T1.
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Beyerdynamic T1 Gen 2 review The Beyerdynamic T1 Gen 2s' big rivals among dynamic driver headphones are the Sennheiser HD800s, which are perhaps still the most space-age headphones money can buy. By comparison, the Beyerdynamic T1 Gen 2 look positively ordinary. Maybe that's no [...]
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Beyerdynamic T1 Generation 2 review Beyerdynamic's engineers have tweaked the driver units to improve performance but the unusual semi-open enclosure remains unchanged. This, as the name implies, is a halfway house between traditional open and closed designs, resulting in an interesting [...]
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Beyerdynamic's Aventho Wireless headphones look beautifully promising If the above headphones look familiar, that might be because you've previously seen Beyerdynamic's modern classic that is the T51i on-ear headphones. They reside at or near the top of most audio experts' lists of best on-ear cans, and now Beyerdynamic [...]
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Beyerdynamic Amiron review If we had to choose one word that encapsulates both the design and sound of Beyerdynamic's Amiron headphones, it would be 'comfortable'. But good reviews are usually longer, and more insightful than just one word – and the Amirons are talented enough [...]
With an MSRP off $1,399 – the Beyerdynamic T1 Tesla Headphone is far from your average run-of-the-mill headphone you’ll spot over at your local big box retailer. While Amazon has the headphone at nearly $740 from marketplace seller – you can get a giant discount on this for nearly half off from Focus Camera – an authorized dealer for only $650 with free shipping. 00 from Focus Camera eBay store Free economy shipping (AL/HI excluded) Sales tax in NJ/NY Unknown quantity available (currently 180 units sold) Bonus eBay bucks from $13 up to $39. (depending on account) Specs/feature for the headphone (but...
You can buy a set of great full-size headphones for $100 from Grado or Sennheiser, but if you want to pick up one of the world's best headphones, be prepared to spend more than $1,000. Granted, no one needs a $1,000 headphone to listen to music... Audio-Technica, , and Ultrasone's latest attempts to advance the state-of-the-art are really expensive, but before the introduction of the T1, Beyerdynamic's top models all carried an MSRP of less than $400. With the Tesla T1, Beyerdynamic joined... it sells for $1,295. Steep prices haven't stopped the high-end headphone market from booming, and Beyerdynamic can't keep up with the demand for the T1. It's hand-built and tested in the company's headquarters in Heilbronn, Germany. Its padded leather headband and soft earpads provide high comfort levels, and while we were testing the T1 over some rather hot and humid late spring days, the headphone remained comfy for hours on end.
beyerdynamic T1 2nd Generation Audiophile Stereo Headphones with Dynamic Semi-Open Design (Silver) Disabling it will result in some disabled or missing features. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. Okay so for those who want it short and sweet: I blind auditioned the T1 version 1s against my HD-800 & HD-650 headphones with my wife. [...]
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Further CES 2016 Highlights Include Instant Cold, Sony 4K Pro, Fidelio, & More But again, why the instant infatuation? Even at CES, the T5p was low-key, and beyerdynamic had the new T1 on hand to serve as the flagship example of their Tesla transducer-based sound. The T1 of course is open and, requires plenty of power, and no doubt ... [...]
CES 2016: The Most Expensive Headphones at CES The company’s second generation T1 headphone is currently the company’s flagship, and features the company’s “Tesla” technology, which allows the headphones to be distortion-free even at the highest volumes. A Beyerdynamic representative I spoke ... [...]
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Beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro Hands-On: Musical Masterpiece BERLIN - Beyerdynamic has long been one of the leaders when ... the DT 1770 Pros are actually the least expensive of Beyerdynamics three Tesla headphones. The open backed T1 and the AK T8iE cost a nearly ludicrous $1,100 and $999, respectively, making ... [...]
Developed through a collaboration with Beyerdynamic, the Astell&Kern AK T1p Special Edition Headphones use high-efficiency Tesla technology in a semi-open circumaural design to deliver a frequency response of 5 Hz to 50 kHz into a 32 ohm load with a maximum SPL of 126 dB. The headphones can be used with portable high-resolution audio devices such as mobile players, smartphones, tablets, and more.Furthermore, an additional 2.5mm balanced cable for Astell&Kern portable audio devices is...
If the above headphones look familiar, that might be because you’ve previously seen Beyerdynamic’s modern classic that is the T51i on-ear headphones. They reside at or near the top of most audio experts’ lists of best on-ear cans, and now Beyerdynamic looks to be doing a wireless version of them with its freshly announced Aventho Wireless headphones.Like the T51i, the Aventho are powered by Beyerdynamic’s signature Tesla driver technology — which also figures in the company’s top-of-the-line...
Beyerdynamic has decided to set high-strength magnets at the core of the design for its flagship headphone, the T1.Nestling inside its sculpted foam aluminium flight case, the T1 is a handsome beast, all svelte, business-like industrial design, which leaves a lot of other pricey cans looking almost crass by comparison.Behind the classy mesh grilles on the satin aluminium and plastic earcups are diaphragms made of two-ply foil, which features low moving mass and good inherent...
What are the Astell&Kern AK T8iE?The Astell&Kern T8iE are the first pair of in-ear headphones to feature Tesla technology. No – this doesn’t have anything to do with Elon Musk and his electric-powered cars. Instead, it concerns A&K’s decision to team up with iconic German headphone maker Beyerdynamic to help squeeze a special Tesla driver into a small body.If you know your high-end headphones, then you’ll be aware that Beyerdynamic’s T1 headphones were among the first to pack the...