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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm closed Studio Headphone, Black
- Closed over-ear headphones, ideal for professional recording and monitoring
- Perfect for studio and stage recordings thanks to their pure, high-resolution sound
- The soft, circumaural and replaceable velour ear pads ensure high wearing comfort
- Hard-wearing, durable and robust workmanship Made in Germany
- Practical single-sided cable (3.0m cable)
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The DT 770 PRO (80 ohms) is a closed dynamic headphone that is ideal for professional use as a monitoring headphone in studios or on the move.
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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
The Extremely Versatile DT 770 Pro 250 Ohm 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.
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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Now I was looking at a ton of headphones, all from closed to semi-open, to open. And it really was a struggle because I wanted great quality audio (being an audiophile and all), but I had the dilemma of needing a closed system. I wanted in all my bones to buy an open system, but I need to ensure no audio leaks as well as having complete isolation of the outside. These will do exactly that job.
Again not here to give you pros and cons, there are many of that, but if you need something that isolates, doesn't leak, and gives you absolutely great audio, this will fulfill absolutely all those requirements without needing to spend a ridiculous amount.
I found that the reproduction of bass fantastic, very accurate, but some people like their bass rattling their heads which of course ruins the sound. The mids and highs are very accurate as well but I do notice a SLIGHT loss of midrange which brings about a mild pronunciation of the high frequencies and lower end bass. That does make for a great listening headphone though.
The only problem with these is the sound is so accurate if your source is garbage it will sound like garbage :) So prepare to crank up all your streaming quality to max and pay for that data overage :)
Beyerdynamic dt 770 PRO (80Ohms) : These are simply the best cans I've owned so far, even compared to some open ones. First, they are really comfortable, simply the most comfortable headphones I've worn. The build quality is stellar, the frame is all made of metal, and the cups are made of a really high quality plastic. The cable is not detachable and quite long, but it looks like it is of good quality. The earpads and the headband padding are also easily replaceable. For the sound, it is very enjoyable, detailed and slightly v-shaped but it is nowhere near as bad as some other people have said. The bass packs a nice punch and extends really low. It is well controlled and does not muddy up the rest of the sound even if there is more bass than neutral, which is something I quite like even for classical music because bass-light cans cannot produce any bass impact even if the bass note is somewhat audible. The mids alone are very neutral and detailed, but a little bit recessed since there is more bass and treble quantity. Unlike some others have said, I find vocals to be quite good and enjoyable even if a tiny bit less forward than other cans. The treble extends also quite well and has a nice sparkle without being too much. The sounstage is very good for closed-back headphones, even wide enough to pass for an open back. The noise isolation is also good. Compared to the other impedance of the dt 770, I cannot really tell since I've not tried the other two, but the 32 and 250Ohms are said to have less bass and more treble than the 80Ohms, the 32Ohms being less detailed and refined than the other two. These cans are great for all genres of music, excellent for movies and also good for gaming.
Audio-Technica ath m40x : These are the first cans I've tried of the 4 and probably the most neutral. The build is mainly plastic with some metal on the headband, but still quite good. The cable is detachable which is a plus, and the earpads are replaceable too. It is the most uncomfortable pair of the 4, the pads make your ears sweat are are barely big enough to fit small ears, and the headband has very little cushioning. The sound is pretty neutral across the board, the bass is nice but a little light even for closed headphones, the mids are neutral if not a little recessed and the highs have also a nice little sparkle but a bit less I'd say than the dt 770. The details are also decent but the soundstage is not very wide, it sounds very closed in. The noise isolation is better than on the dt 770. They are not the most exciting cans to listen to but still sound quite good if you want neutrality in a closed pair of headphones.
Sennheiser hd598 : The first pair of open cans on the list. The build quality is decent and the headphones look nice, but it is all plastic and feels quite a bit cheaper than the other two. The cable is also detachable and the earpads are replaceable. The comfort is decent, the pads are big enough for my whole ears to fit inside and the headband is well padded but it still creates a pressure point on top of my head. The sound is good but a bit too laid back for my taste. The bass is decent I guess for an open back, but it is still quite light and does not extend really low. There is no real bass impact. The mids are a little forward, especially the lower mids, which makes vocals and most instruments sound nice. The treble is clear and not as bright as the other cans I've tried. The sound is also less detailed than the other cans and the drivers are kinda slow. The soundstage is good though, wider than the dt 770, but not by that much, but it is expected since it is an open back design. It leaks quite a bit of sound and does not isolate at all. These headphones are good for instrumental music and vocals, but won't sound that great for any genre that needs a little bit of bass or faster music. I still prefer the dt 770 though even for classical music since they are much more involving.
Philips shp9500s : An other open can. These are also the cheapest on the list. The build quality is good for the price but as expected, not as good as the other cans. It is all medium quality plastic except for the headband which uses a bit of metal. The cable is detachable and uses a standard 3.5mm plug which is nice. The earpads are not replaceable though. The comfort is really good, the headphones are really light on your head and there is almost no clamp, but the pads are a bit shallow so the drivers always touch your ears. The sound is also really good for the price. These are the clearer sounding headphones of the 4. The bass is tight but very light and does not extend past mid-bass. The mids are nice and neutral. The highs are well extended and quite a bit brighter than the other cans, but it is not that bad. The sound is more detailed than the m40x and hd598 but not as much as the dt 770. The soundstage is not very good though, barely wider than the m40x. The sound leakage is even worse than on the hd598, and there is also no isolation. These headphones sound similar to the m40x, but with slightly less bass, more treble, and an overall more energetic listen.
In conclusion or for those who have not read the whole thing :
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So if you need a good pair of closed-back headphones that is really good overall for both music, movies and gaming, that has an outstanding build quality and great comfort, I strongly recommend the dt 770!
(BUT not loud bass: It depends on what you are listening to. If you want BOOMING bass like alot of consumer headphones, stick to your gaming headsets or beats. Or use an equalizer. These headphones reach down to 5Hz, where most headsets only go down to 20Hz. If you don't know what that means, then you don't need these headphones.)
Honestly even if JUST for the amazing soundstage, go for these headphones. Everything else is just an amazing bonus. I'll be using these for a very long time.
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