Summary: This headphone really has it all. It is easily comparable with other headphones costing twice it's price. Shame it doesn't get more love it really deserves here on head-fi.
A highly musical headphone with good bass, open mids and very detailed treble.
Summary: These headphones are all about quality. Quality in workmanship and craftsmanship. Quality of sound. Quality of design. Quality of comfort. The moment you take them out of their box you can feel there is something special with them.
Summary: Pros: Bass, clarity, transparency, imaging, comfort,
Cons: Treble, build quality for the price, price
I should start off by describing myself, experiences, among other things. The term "audiophile basshead" fits me well. I like bass, but also appreciate great sound quality.
Summary: I purchased these headphone after comparing to the Sennheisers HD650, the Grado PS-500, Hifiman HE-400 and HE-500.
They are very neutral but have a lively sound with great extension into the high and the lows.
By neutral I mean they give what is on the recording. There is no bass boost.
Pros: extended range, very neutral but also very lively, great detail
Summary: I can not believe these headphones are rated at #64 in this category.
I have had many headphones in the last few years and sold most of them once I discovered these Beyer T90's.
No headphones are perfect and a lot of them are far from even being close.
Pros: Great Overall Tonality, Accurate Bass, Extreme Resolving Power, Very Comfortable and very affordable...
Summary: My first review on head-fi. I have only had the T90s for a few weeks, and have maybe 30 hours of listening time so far. I have mainly been listening to ripped CDs (44.1khz/16) and some HD 96Khz/24 recordings. I've also listened to some 320kbs streaming audio.
Pros: Detailed, elegant sounding. Outstanding comfort. Well balanced.
Cons: Occasional piercing treble (depending on recording)
Summary: Some say the t90 is 95% of a t1. And while the t1 is easily the better can and the t90 does fall short of being a totl headphone. It’s pretty close, and definitely has the potential to be your end game headphone.
Pros: Extended tight bass, good amount of sub bass, clear detailed highs, netural mids, good soundstage and imaging
Cons: Mids are distant and may sound thin then depending on source, grills are dust magnets and are easy to scratch. Bass boost may cause rattling
Summary: This was supposed to be an extremely short review of the Beyerdynamic T90 after owning them for several weeks. Didn’t really notice the sound changing (burn-in) as I’ve owned them. Setup is a custom built desktop running Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu Gnome 14.10.