beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

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The large ear cups will slide off your ears under high physical activity, so like most critical listening headphones, they won't be ideal for taking to the gym. While it won’t knock your socks off, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO blocks outside noise from reaching your ear fairly well, though it’s mostly sound that’s higher-pitched than middle-C. Because of its build and sound quality, this pair of headphones is best suited to music creators with a need for a durable, high-quality set of tracking headphones in the recording booth. The Amplifier/DACs used in this review were the SPL Phonitor XE (with built-in DAC), Benchmark HPA4 + Burson Composer 3X Performance DAC, Grace Design SDAC + A90 , and the JDS Labs Element II connected via USB to my desktop computer. You may notice right away that this headset uses velour padding, which is exactly the sort of thing that those with glasses prefer to leatherette ear pads because it doesn’t squeak or catch when you move your head.

To that end, the DT 770 PRO uses a lot of metal in its band and ear cup forks, along with a thick layer of durable hard plastic on the ear cups. In my experience what this introduced was some lower treble glare and sibilance, but again, I didn't find it to be painful to listen to like on some of the other Beyer's--just something to keep in mind if you're very treble sensitive.

The Beyerdymanic DT 770's transducers are fitted to adjustable yokes which should be positioned to fully enclose the ear.

The PRO X is made for portable use with its 48Ω impedance, relative to the DT 770 PRO series’ 32Ω, 80Ω, and 250Ω varieties. It's a little more boosted under 120hz than what I'd consider to be neutral-sounding, but it's not overly aggressive and it's definitely something that I think bass enthusiasts will appreciate. However, they achieve a decent level of noise reduction in the mid-range and a great reduction in the treble range.It creates a pristine image of the music that makes a for a really good introduction to the nuanced kind of experience that Hi-Fi headphones can offer. Beyerdynamic advertises the 80-ohm version as a universal studio use headphone, and the 32-ohm version is aimed at more mobile applications. However, the Beyerdynamic can be a viable option for gamers who don't need a mic, while the Astro are also a decent choice for mixing podcasts or live streams. It provides a good impulse response and outstandingly detailed sound, but to do this it should ideally be paired with a headphone amplifier and is therefore an ideal candidate for studio use. If you’re looking to build out a recording studio or just have a comfortable-as-hell set of computer cans, definitely take a look at the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO (80Ω).

plug) tags them as a non-mobile product; no one would want to deal with that long cable on an airplane or subway. The Beyerdynamic DT-770 professional studio headphones feature a sophisticated bass-reflex system combined with superior drivers that make the DT 770's ideal for monitoring and therefore making critical mixing decisions.Sure, those too are long in the tooth and yes: they’ve got a lot of the same drawbacks as the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 80Ω, but they’re time-tested and industry standard for the same reasons the Beyerdynamic cans have stuck around so long. The DT 770 PRO is the closed studio headphone offering superior noise isolation and therefore the perfect choice for vocal recordings. We don’t do any stress tests and very few models are used for longer than a couple of days, so this is a fairly subjective score. While the response is generally even, the slight dip in the high bass removes some warmth and body from instruments and vocals.

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