Comfortable fit due to rugged, adjustable, soft padded headband construction. Robust, easy serviceable construction as all parts are replaceable.
Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro Professional Studio Headphones. Semi-open, diffuse-field studio headphone. Analytical sound.
Single-sided cable. Velour, circum-aural (around the ear) ear pads. Supplied in a nylon carrying case. Transmission type Wired. Headphone design (operating principle) Semi-open.
Cable & plug Coiled connecting cable with mini-jack plug (3.5 mm) & ¼" adapter (6.35 mm). Net weight without packaging 295 g.
Headphone design (operating principle) Semi-open. Headphone impedance 250 ohms. Headphone frequency response 5 - 35.000 Hz. Nominal sound pressure level 96 dB.
The DT 880 PRO is a reference-class, semi-open studio headphone which combines all strengths of open, transparent headphones with those of more powerful, closed headphones. Specially designed housings and an improved system equalization turn this “remake” of the studio classic DT 880 into an ideal studio monitoring headphone, with analytical qualities. Soft ear pads and adjustable, sliding, earpieces together with a single sided connecting cable ensure listening comfort during extended periods of use.
so wanted a nice and flat sounding pair of headphones,
October 21, 2015
I used to mix and compose my music mainly on Event monitors and Senn HD 280 headphones. After moving to an apartment I knew I was not going to be able to mix on monitors anymore, so wanted a nice and flat sounding pair of headphones...
Nice, but not wow. Happy to have them.,
November 19, 2017
I find headphone analysis to be extremely difficult. So much depends on the source. No phone will make an overly-compressed recording sound good. Impossible. With good or better phones, and an amp, you soon discover so much of the music produced...
so don't be ashamed to like what you like,
August 16, 2017
Obviously this is subjective, so don't be ashamed to like what you like, but..These are the real deal. Wonderfully neutral. I don't like words like 'soundstage' or 'imaging' because who the heck knows what those words mean - From a...