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Beyerdynamic DT-1350-80 Closed Supraaural Headphone for Control and Monitoring Applications, Musicians, and DJ's, 80 Ohms

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  • Supraaural, lightweight and robust design, ideal for studio applications, with 80 ohm drivers
  • Tesla Technology with high efficiency and low levels of distortion
  • Excellent ambient noise reduction
  • Flexible split headband with 90-degree swiveling ear cups and comfortable, replaceable soft-skin ear pads
  • Includes carrying case, and single-sided cable with gold-plated stereo jack plug and 1/4-"adapter
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 2.2 x 8.5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004QMH8KI
  • Item model number: AMS-DT-1350-80
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,735 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 5, 2011

Product Description

The DT 1350 80 by Beyerdynamic is a closed supraaural headphone that stands out from the crowd, delivering a professional, timeless quality that is both attractive and durable. A combination of highly efficient ambient noise reduction and an impressive maximum sound pressure level (129 dB) makes the DT 1350 80 an ideal compact over ear headphone for audio engineers, musicians and DJ's. Regardless of whether you are a sound engineer monitoring PA systems, a live musician or a DJ, the DT 1350 80 delivers every time. The Tesla drivers offer an enormous degree of efficiency with extremely low levels of distortion, allowing the DT 1350 80 to produce a perfectly balanced, analytical sound even at the highest volumes. The removable ear cushions, combined with a flexible split headband design ensure the headphones sit securely and remain comfortable even during prolonged periods of use. The swiveling ear cups (90°) also allow "single ear" monitoring. Since 1924 Beyerdynamic has remained a German family owned company committed to continuous research and innovative developments for the audio market. All over the world, Beyerdynamic is known for the use of the latest technologies and a high quality standard. All Beyerdynamic products are made in Germany.


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Sound Quality: Hmm, well, it's good.
Jonathan Rosenberg
Boz Scaggs - Lowdown (1976): Good sound quality - this is a great test for any nasality in the midrange.
Dale Thorn
The overall sound of the mids and treble is clear and balanced.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Eric J. Gambill on July 15, 2012
I've been in the market for a good portable headphone for quite a while now. With every portable I've tried I've felt that I was making some sort of compromise in regards to sound for the convenience of a small and compact headphone. While the 1350s can't compete with the higher end full-sized headphones out there, they come closer than anything I've tried. And the fact that they manage to do so in a such a compact and elegant way makes them all the more impressive to me.

PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES:

First and foremost, these feel look and feel like high quality headphones. The metal constructions gives them a nice weight (while not being overly heavy) in the hand and the feel of something that's going to last a lifetime. They come with a two-year warranty and I've heard good things thus far about their customer service should you need it. The small earcups are one of the very few things not made of metal, but they don't feel cheap in any way. It's a nice hard and durable plastic with what feels like brushed metal endcaps on the sides. The height adjustments for the earcups work well and have a nice solid click with each level of adjustment.

The split headband is one of my favorite features as it allows you to adjust the pressure of the clamping force. I open mine about 30 degrees and find that it's the perfect balance between keeping the headphones solidly on my head and not killing my ears with excessive clamping force. Other notable features in terms of usability are the flat-folding AND rotating earcups. They fold flat which makes them easy to wear around the neck and also allows them to become more compact for travel.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By D.N.Wijewardane on October 13, 2012
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My needs:

I need a high sound quality portable headphone for regular long distance air travel. The headphone should be : 1) light and comfortable (-overall weightwise and on/around the ear type), 2) fairly robust in build quality, 3) foldable in some way to enable easy carry on in a handgrip, 4) closed-type but open sounding as much as possible with a moderate soundstage, 5) have good sound insulation (to not disturb fellow passengers) and low leakage, 6) not be ostentatious or hip like Dr. Beats (whose sonic signatures are anyway not suited for jazz/classical).

Coming from unportable Hifiman HE-6 top-of-the-line full cup headphones (with generous much bigger drivers that make for spacious sound), I would like as close a sound as possible in a lower grade closed portable! I am used to Hifiman RE-262 IEMs for travel - great but feeling like a change.

My Music Preference:

Jazz (vocal and all instruments, trio/band formats) as well as classical. I would like abit more bass for a portable than with an audiophile grade headphone, to partly compensate for external noise when listening to jazz, but more neutral sound for classical.

From a portable, I would like a strong mid range performance for those jazz vocals but adequate detail at high end and reasonable bass definition.
Overall I think my sound signature preference is a more intimate narrower soundstage than Sennheisers (which I am well familiar with and like separately).

The Options:

I narrowed my preferences to Audio Technical ATH-ESW9 (42 mm driver) at $199 Amazon, and Beyerdynamic DT 1350 at $299 Amazon as these were the closest recommended portables I could target with many discerning followers of both.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Austin Wunschel on September 5, 2012
Hi all,

This is Zombie_X from Head-Fi. I've had my demo pair of the DT1350 for a couple weeks now and I have to say that if you want a taste of how the T1, beyerdynamic's tog gun headphone, sounds then I think the DT1350 is the headphone to look at. It sounds almost like the T1 to my ears, that s as far as tone goes. It has the dynamic range, punch, and detail of the T1 but to a lesser extent.

TREBLE:
The treble is extremely clean and extended. The upper msot frequencies do seem to be slightly rolled off but you will barely notice it. I've found the treble to be grain free as well as distortion free and smooth yet articulate. It's very much like how the T1's treble is but maybe has a bit more emphasis on the treble as to how it's bigger brother does.

MIDRANGE:
The mids are lush and warm. They are some of the best mids I have heard in a headphone, even better than the Sony MDR-R10. I wouldn't call the mids flat as they are quite prominent. While being quite forward they are not honky or congested in any way.

BASS:
The bass is where this headphone sounds different than the T1. While it shares the same tone and presentation it also has much more body than the T1's bass. I would say the bass is very full bodied and focused. The added body also makes this headphone more versatile and can be used with bass heavy genre's. It's tight, fast, and punchy with good extension.

SOUNDSTAGE:
I found this headphone to have great imaging but the soundstage was narrow. It's not Grado bad at all, it's actually quite good. I found the soundstage was smaller than the DT880, but the better imaging made it sound more natural. If you've heard the HD25 by Sennheiser I'd say this headphone has a much better soundstage.
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