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Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO, 250 ohms
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- Closed, diffuse-field systems "Bass reflex" technology for improved bass response.
- Clinically high and mid-range reproduction
- Rugged headband construction
- Single-sided cableSoft ear cushionsGold-plated jack plug 3.5 mm and 6.35 mm adapter
- 2 year manufacturer warranty only when purchased from an authorized beyerdynamic dealer.
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The Extremely Versatile DT770 Pro 250Ohm Headphone
It all started with the talkie: electrical engineer Eugen Beyer started his own company in Berlin in 1924 to build cinema speakers. His Elektrotechnische Fabrik Eugen Beyer laid the foundations for a world leading manufacturer of headphones, microphones and conference systems – and for today's beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG.
beyerdynamic DT770 Headphones
The Studio Legend
The world famous DT770 Pro Headphones deliver unmatched quality in sound reproduction at an incredible price. No matter your application, tracking, mixing, critical listening, even gaming, your DT770's will deliver sound you can rely on - every time.
- Closed, diffuse field heaphone
- Bass Reflex Technology - superb low frequency reproduction
- Velour Ear pads for best of breed comfort in extended listening sessions
- Robust build quality, easily serviceable and extremely reliable
- Made in Germany
Why do so many Artists, Producers and Recording Engineers choose the DT 770 ?
Sound - Unique design, construction and innovation give the DT770's superb sound reproduction across all frequencies. Custom built diaphrams in our production facilities in Germany deliver consistent performance to the listener.
Quality - DT770's have proven after over 30 years of use in the best studios and sound stages around the world that they perform to the highest level every time. Made to Measure from Germany.
Versatility - We offer the DT770 in a variety of impedances to meet your application.
Reliability - DT770's are ruggedly built to last, yet lightweight and comfortable to wear over long periods.
Velour Ear Pads 'They feel as good as they sound'
Anyone who has tried a pair of DT770's will often comment on their excellent sound, but they will also notice how comfortable they are. We use soft velour ear pads and a soft headband cushion to give the listener supreme comfort.
Long listening or tracking sessions are no problem for these headphones, and people commonly say that DT770's 'Feel as good as they sound'.
Velour Ear Pads are currently currently included with the 80 and 250 Ohm versions.
The DT770 Lineup
DT770 32 Ohm
- Leatherette Ear Pads.
- Best for Mobile applications.
DT770 80 Ohm
- Velour Ear Pads.
- Great for Studio Applications.
DT770 250 Ohm
- Velour Ear Pads
- Great for Mixing and Home Use.
Made to Measure from Germany
The Made in Germany quality promise applies to product development and manufacture: the designs of beyerdynamic engineers and designers in Heilbronn are then built by approximately 180 highly qualified employees in Germany – mostly by hand.
All products and key technologies are developed in Germany at the company headquarters in Heilbronn. Instead of outsourcing design assignments or purchasing finished solutions from third-party manufacturers abroad, beyerdynamic retains the know-how of its personnel in-house.
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The first thing I would like to note is that the 80ohm version has a straight cable whereas the 250ohm version has a coiled cable. This difference has a non-obvious impact on comfort: the coiled cable of the 250ohm version makes the headphones feel heavier. That's because there is more cable that "hangs" off your head. Because the headphones are already pretty lightweight themselves (~270 g) it does make a small but perceivable difference. The straight cable is pretty long so while it will work great at the studio, work or home, it would most likely be a major annoyance if you were planning to use these on the go.
DIFFERENCES IN SOUND
The differences between the two models I've reviewed (80ohm and 250ohm) are subtle but they are there. It's definitely true that the 80ohm version has slightly more bass whereas the 250ohm version has more pronounced highs. I personally love when the bass in a song really pulls you in and makes you want to dance on your desk. With the 80ohm version, I definitely get that. With the other, I kept thinking to myself that the bass was nice, but always a little less impactful than I wished for. If you are the kind of person that boosts the volume of your music until the bass is strong enough, then definitely go for the 80ohm version. I know it's the more expensive version (as of this writing) but you'll be glad you spent the extra.
I have noticed that these headphones need at least a couple of hours of "burn-in" to sound their best. So if you're not super happy with the sound (to me the 250ohms sounded a little harsh at first) then set your headphones in a safe spot and play some pink noise for a couple of hours or even overnight then try again. I know that the effects of burn-in in headphones are a highly debated and controversial subject in the audiophile community. My opinion is that it's the only (virtually) free method of possibly improving the sound of your headphones prior to first use. So why not give it a try?
IMPEDANCE AND AMPLIFICATION
Why would you consider these really nice headphones if you're not interested in good sound? The biggest improvement in sound quality I've ever noticed after getting nice headphones was when I bought a DAC/AMP. These things really do make a difference. Get a Fiio, Centrance Slim or something like that and you won't regret it. If you plan on using these on the go (which I wouldn't recommend because they are fairly big) then definitely go for the 80ohm.
One of my favorite feature of those headphones is the detachable headband pad. One thing I was able to do is to cut some NERF darts, cut them in half and slide them in the headband where needed. This allowed the headphones to make better contact with a larger surface on my head, reducing pressure and discomfort. You can also bend the headband a little bit (it is made of metal after all) but I found that the extra padding allowed me to really adapt these to feel great on my head. These headphones are relatively light. The ear pads can get hot after a while but I've notice that effect decrease over time.
I was looking for the perfect closed-back headphones to use at work. They would need to be comfortable enough to wear for hours at a time and sound great. The Beyerdynamics DT770 Pro 80ohm are perfect for that. I highly recommend them!
I mainly use these headphones for music production, recording, and general listening. The frequency response on them is very clear and neutral. What I like most about these headphones is that they don’t color sound. When you hear bass, it’s that bass. It’s not boosted or reduced by the headphones so if you use them to mix, you aren’t deceived into thinking your song sounds like something it’s not.
These headphones are of suburb quality. The headband and ear cups surround your ears and head and it feels like a perfect fit when you adjust them. You can also change the band covering if it ever wears out or becomes otherwise damaged. I have yet to change mine and I’ve had these headphones for two years. The padding on the ear cups is a suede type of material and it doesn’t feel sweaty if you wear them for a long time and they also don’t wear out. They’re still just as puffy as the day I bought them.
-I've literally been wearing these for over 8hrs and they're very comfortable.
-They block a great deal of sound out and some music is heard outside of the cups if you have it cranked up.
-My S7 will power these just fine and produces nice sound with nice clarity, but really need a pocket DAC/AMP to get them to perform like they should.
-My computer that has an ESS hi-fi DAC (24bit 192khz) and amp built in makes them sound amazing (80 ohm version). I can easily pick out flaws in bad recordings, but the good recordings are simply mind blowing.
-I also tried them with my Yamaha AV receiver and it produces clear accurate sound as well. I watched the 4K bluray version of Deadpool: it had nice bass during explosions, I was able to hear things I never heard before (this is a good thing), dialog was so much clearer than my tower speakers...guess it's time to upgrade those too lol.
-These do produce nice bass, not like the craptastic "Beat's by Dre" or skull candy (which I own several of until I realized I had been just wasting my money this entire time). The bass is nice, full, hits like it should but not over powered. Listening to Katy Perry Dark Horse for example gives a clean rumble that hits hard, but it doesn't vibrate you're head...this is how it was recorded and meant to be. Other songs like Lindsey Sterling's dub step music (if you don't know she plays the violin and does really awesome mixes with it) the bass is simply nice, clean, and fun like she meant it to be. So the moral of the story is that the artist you're listening to has recorded the music to sound a specific way and if you want more bass then mess with the EQ, but these are solid headphones none the less!
-Umm....well...nothing worth noting really, they do have a break-in period like any high quality speaker, the quality just keeps getting better the longer I listen to them :)
-If you want something you have to step up to the DT 1770 or the T1 (version 2) ... I guess that's a negative lol
They've been an industry standard for something like 10+ years now for a reason! So stop reading and just buy them already!