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beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro, 80 Ohms-Closed Reference Headphone for Control and Monitoring Applications
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- Closed diffuse-field studio headphone
- "Bass reflex" technology for improved bass response
- Comfortable fit due to rugged, adjustable, soft padded headband construction
- Robust, easy serviceable construction as all parts are replaceable
- Velour, circumaural and replaceable ear pads, 3.0 M (9.8-feet ) straight cable (single-sided)
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FEATURES ? Closed diffuse field studio headphone ? Innovative bass reflex system ? Robust spring steel headband ? Single sided cable ? Soft inner headband ? Gold plated jack plug (3.5 mm) and adapter (6.35 mm) technical data Transmission type Wired Headphone design (operating principle) Closed Headphone impedance 80 ohms Headphone frequency response 5 - 35.000 Hz Nominal sound pressure level 96 dB Construction Circumaural (around the ear) Cable & plug Straight connecting cable with mini-jack plug (3.5 mm) & ?? adapter (6.35 mm) Net weight without packaging 270 g
From the Manufacturer
The DT 770 pro is a closed dynamic headphone which has been designed for critical music and sound monitoring. The single-sided cable makes the handling of the headphone easy.
From the Manufacturer
DT 770 PRO, 80 Ohms
History of DT 770 PRO / DT 880 PRO / DT 990 PRO:
beyerdynamic’s DT 770 PRO, DT 880 PRO and DT 990 PRO headphone series has it’s roots in the early 1980s. Since then, millions of audio professionals from all parts of the world have become loyal users of beyerdynamic products.
The series has been designed to cater for listening in a wide variety of environments, thanks to different headphone construction:
- DT 770 PRO – Closed back (studio, stage).
- DT 880 PRO – Semi-open back (reference monitoring, Mastering, Mixing).
- DT 990 PRO – Fully open back (critical listening).
The 32 ohms version of the DT 770 PRO is a recent addition to the series that was optimized for use with portable devices. The series also offers the DT 770 M headphones, designed especially for loud environments such as live acts.
DT 770 PRO, 80 Ohms
Closed reference headphone for control and monitoring applications
Sound you can rely on | Superior build quality | Every part is replaceable.
The DT 770 PRO is a closed dynamic headphone which has been designed for critical music and sound monitoring. The single-sided cable makes the handling of the headphone easy.
- Closed diffuse-field studio headphone
- 'Bass reflex' technology for improved bass response.
- Comfortable fit due to rugged, adjustable, soft padded headband construction.
- Robust, easy serviceable construction as all parts are replaceable.
- Velour, circumaural and replaceable ear pads.
- 3.0 m (9.8 ft.) straight cable (single-sided).
- Including drawstring bag
- For recording applications within the studio.
- Made in Germany
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Top Customer Reviews
The DT770/80 provide a fairly large sound-stage for a closed back headphone, much larger than I expected. Compare their sound-stage to the ATHM40x and the HD25-1 II to see how much better the DT770/80 are in this respect (but perhaps not overall sound quality). What really surprised me was that the DT770/80 sound-stage was not all that much narrower relative to the HD650; however, the HD650 seems more agreeable to me with respect to sound-stage perhaps because I am used to hearing them. The DT770/80 however sound a bit boxy or nasal at times to my ears on some male vocals. I can't tell what the source of this is and I don't hear it all the time. Also, the way I hear it, the DT770/80 do not image as well as the HD650 but they are very good none-the-less with the HD650 having a better center image from what I can discern.
For me, the DT770/80 comes off a bit odd at times with a highlight at about 6 kHz (and perhaps about 10 kHz as well, I'm not sure). To me, this distraction makes the DT770/80 somewhat annoying to listen to. I may get used to this over time, I will see. To my ears the HD650 does not suffer from this at all. The DT770/80 seems to have a pronounced bass that is to my ears much louder (i.e a few dB) than the HD650 starting at about 40 Hz and lower where the HD650 rolls off from what I can typically hear.
I compared the HD650 to the DT770/80 mostly using a newly-acquired Novation USB audio-hub sound card.Read more ›
Preamble....I bought the 32s about a year ago, and then they got stolen last week. I tried going without them, using regular headphones and after a few days I realized there was no way I could do without them. I remember spending a lot of time stressing over which model to buy (the first time around), and none of the reviews set me totally at ease, which is why I decided to try the 80s this time, and then post this.
I use the DTs almost all the time on the go with an iPhone, but sometimes on the macbook. The physical difference between the 32s and 80s is that the 80s have a longer wire. Basically I'm going to be cruising around with a rat's nest in my pocket, but its worth it. I'm not a technical person, I just go on feel so here are my impressions, for what its worth:
The 80s have a fuller sound to me, with noticeably more base. But I have to have them turned up almost to 90% to get there when I'm cruising around with the iPod.
The 32s seem to be able to create more sound, i.e. louder but not quite as rich an experience. I usually had them at 70% when I was cruising.
Sound - Great sounding bass, not too punchy, not too muddy. The mids are a bit lacking, but that comes with closed back headphones. The highs are rather average. Overall the sound is amazing for those that are looking for a headphone that focuses on the lows.
Comfort - God damn amazing. Out of the box it may take a little time to break the pads in, but it only took mine a few hours to become buttery smooth. The velour ear pads are amazing, and the leather headband sits very comfortably on the head.
Build Quality - Beyerdynamic makes some of the best headphones I've ever seen. A great combination of steel and plastic. Not too much plastic, but not enough steel to make the headphones too heavy.
Overall - I love bass heavy music and these headphones are the best headphones I've had that don't sacrifice sound quality for comfort. If all you care about is ear bursting booming bass, these probably aren't for you; there's more nuance to the sounds, but it performs outstandingly for the pricepoint. The comfort is beyond anything else I've experienced. And, as usual, the Germans make damn fine products.
This isn't an audiophile forum, so I won't go into deep details with unavoidable personal bias mixed in there comparing to the close models like ATH-M50X or similar, because it's a matter of taste with the balance of sound, and it's hard to describe the difference in words. If you find a particular range weak or strong, you can always use a EQ and that's how you truly realize the potential of headphones or speakers anyways. An external Amp will also help drive this 80ohms headphone a lot better if you like things loud or the source is quiet. At the end of the day, it's one of the best headphones at the price.
I will simply say, coming from a musical background / audiophile with speakers who has little to no knowledge in experience in headphones prior, Im very happy with the product and its value. I got it during a deal below the 200 mark, so it's easy for me to think it is awesome, but for those who are planning to shell out more I can't speak for you on how much good sounds are worth, but I vouch again for its quality. The comfort is amazing and the build is solid. My friend who has beats (I know, we don't like to talk about that but it's still a nice brand for headphones, overpriced or not) said the difference in sound quality is too obvious between his beats and my DT770. And everyone else who tried it loved it too :)
One more thing to add: it has very good sound insulation and little sound leakage.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Very comfortable. Sound quality is excellent for the price. They look great. Probably requires a half decent headphone amp to get the most out of it, though. Read morePublished 4 days ago by jordan
They sound great, especially with a proper DAC Amp. Build quality is superb and everything is replaceable.Published 1 month ago by James
Have had them for over a year now, aside from a few quirks, they've been very solid. Very comfortable.Published 2 months ago by Barley
These headphones are exceptional. I have no complaints, besides the cord being extremely long which is only a problem because they're not detachable.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Everyone always says how amazing headphones in this price range (or just simply these ones) are, yet the difference from a cheap pair of Monoprice 108323 to these is laughable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by XeonKode
Came quickly, packaged well.
unfortunately came w/o case (like dt770 m)
To get better sound i made playlist and left them playing for first week or two, non stop. Read more