Reviews and Problems with Beyer Dynamic DT-770 Pro
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13 June 2010
Summary: Really liking these so far. The LEs are not quite fully powered by my Nexus 4, but my Samsung Infuse with Voodoo Sound does them justice well below full volume. The soundstage is really impressive for a closed can, it seems almost as big as my friend's DT880s, albeit not quite as deep and natural;...
Pros: Bass depth and body, treble detail, soundstage, clarity
Cons: Recessed midrange, a little hollow, a little boomy
Summary: So I have these phones for a little bit now and I can say that I absolutely LOVE them. They do require a little bit of burn in to get the full sound but out of the box the quality will blow you away.
Pros: Indescribable Durability, Amazing Sound Quality, Very well balance
Summary: I purchased the 770s primarily to be able to watch movies late at night without waking up my wife. The 32ohms happened to be significantly cheaper than the 80ohms when I was buying, so I got the 32s.
Pros: Excellent for movies and music, and can be driven by portable players.
Cons: They're closed, so they have the typical limitations of closed designs.
Summary: DT770 Pro Limited Edition 32ohm
770/LE mostly resembles standard version, except for the words and printing on the ear cups. It's plastically ugly kind of black color, sadly.
Comfort and Isolation:
Due to its light weight, it does not add too much pressure on the top of the head.
I'll be updating this guide periodically, I just wanted to get something out there quickly as I know various people are considering this set of headphones but there isn't much information out there about them.
Summary: If you're like me you buy headphones with the intent of putting them through the wringer. I wanted headphones that would enable me to listen to music, watch TV/movies and play video games as much as I pleased.
Pros: Near perfect spectrum and stage, durable, comfortable, great for discrete night use.
Cons: Velour pads are a must, some may find the cord too short
Summary: I bought this headphone as part of a search for an birthday present for my little brother (going for that brother of the year award, he deserved it). I tested and listened to the DT 770 pro 32 ohm for about 2 weeks before sending it back and ultimately going with the Sennheiser Momentums.
Pros: Isolation, soundstage (for a closed headphone), detailed, comfort
Summary: I've spent most of my life with open type cans. A year ago, after moving into an apartment, we decided to make some changes which necessitated me to get closed headphones. This way I would not disturb my wife and vice versa, I wouldn't be disturbed by the noise of others.
Pros: Good sound stage despite closed design; very detailed; good bass with tight grip; extremely comfortable even when wearing glasses; fair price
Cons: No replacable/plugable cable; require amp; a little low in the mids
Summary: I am completely re-doing my review on these headphones because I think that these cans deserve it!
I would say that the beyerdynamic dt770 pro 250 ohm are the best closed back headphones under 500$ or even perhaps 1000$ if you have a good enough source to bring out their full potential.
Pros: Wide soundstage, extremely comfortable, blocks out sound, people can't hear your music, very durable, good for all music, best allrounders under 500$
Cons: heavy cord, you will need a good source to get the best out of these.
Summary: Though these are by no means perfect headphones, their price and excellent bass make them one of the best headphones you can buy for under $200.
These headphones are very fun to listen to. They give a very forward, full sound that completely immerses you in your music.
Pros: Very forward, tons of bass, comfortable & light, sounds very full
Cons: Slow bass decay washes out other frequencies, very close soundstage, fatiguing to listen to for long periods