Summary: I've been using these for work for the last 6 years every day all day to do quality control work for commercial products and I love them. They never hurt my ear since the pads are like soft velvety pillows and they block out noise well too. You'll have to spend more if you're a real nerd and have to have the perfect headphones. But if you're a normal person who just wants some super comfy quality headphones then these are the way to go.
Summary: They are a bit on the pricey side but well worth it. I use headphones all day long at work, so I needed something very comfortable and good sound range. When I used earbuds I got ringing in my ears, so switched up to some fanny wangs. However, after an hour or two of use my ears hurt BADLY. Not from the sound, but from the headphones squeezing the tops of my ears. I wear a hat all the top, so this made the problem much worse then it should.
Summary: The best investment I've ever made! These are perfect for mixing and for listening. Awesome flat response. Takes a little while to get your ears used to as the frequency spectrum is a lot different. Which is a good thing to me for accuracy. Super comfortable, alowing me to have them on for hours. They are on the bulky size, but that's not a problem for me. All in all great headphones.
Summary: I do not have a headphone amp Played on Macbook and iPhone 4S, for a second on Mbox 2 Pro Own Dre Beats Studio, Sennheiser HD280, Creative Bluetooth’s, various in-ears I have to first start out by saying that I am no expert on headphones. Ok now with that aside I have to say that I am impressed with the DT770 32 ohm headphones. At first I was a little disappointed and thought about returning them.
Summary: These are some of the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn. I find them even more comfortable than my Audio-Technica A700s. The sound quality is superb, but I don't recommend the 250ohm version unless you have an amp. My Macbook Pro will power them and give them ample volume, but they didn't really come alive until I hooked them up to my Schiit Magni amplifier. Compared to the A700s these are a little deeper and richer.
Summary: The DT770's (80ohm) are the first set of headphones over 50$ that ive ever owned, and the only other set of high end headphones ive ever listened to (Dr. Dre Beats being the other). I have to say without a doubt that these are a step above the beats, and leaps and bounds above $50~ headphones. PROS: Sound comes through clear and vibrant. I would consider these flat(equal on all levels) but not boring. They deliver highs, mids, and bass at crystal clear levels.
Summary: I bought the standard grey version first after reading some good reviews. I was so pleased with these headphones, that 2 months later my girlfriend bought me these 32 ohm special edition ones! Its more portable and the ear pads are a delight! If could give it 6 stars i would! A review on both of them: [...
Summary: LOVE the way these sound! Everything is clean and clear, no single sound ever seems to cancel out any other - I can hear everything going on in the audio. I hate to say it, because I read this over and over in other customer reviews, but I'm hearing new things in music that I didn't hear with other headphones.
Summary: These headphones are amazing. There's not much more I can say, and I'll spare you the trouble of going into technical details. The past three years, I have spent a good amount of time trying various headsets in this price range. This means actually buying them from retail stores, trying them out for a few good days, and sadly returning them, as most have a quality no better than headsets of a much lower price.