Reviews and Problems with Beyer Dynamic DT-770 Pro
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cinedependent, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: My first job was in radio, and like the headphones I used there, these headphones really surround the ear well. They eliminate more background noise, at some frequencies than my active noise canceling ones do. They are extremely comfortable to wear and off amazing sound, from top to bottom.
Excerpt: I recently lost my in ears due to an unfortunate accident so I decided it was time for cans. I also started mixing in headphones because of unfortunate mix times in our apartment. <br /><br />I have focal cms 40's and are exceedingly pleased with them. So logically I wanted to try the focal spirits. I did. I was underwhelmed. They were very uncomfortable, stiff, and didn't blow me away with sound.
Excerpt: I use this product for listening to music, movies & mixing audio. Very comfortable and great low end response. A bit pricey but if you are looking for professional quality sound and build these are a great starting point.
Excerpt: I use these for detail listening of classical CDs and my own recorded classical guitar tracks. They may not be the best headphone out there, but for the price their quality is second to none. Dependable, and they don't mislead your ears. They are very comfortable but a little heavier than many brands.
Pros: Clear Sound, Comfortable, Confortable, Durable, Easy To Use, They Tell The Truth
Cons: A Little Heavier Than Som, Little Heavier Than Some
Excerpt: These headphones are as comfortable with prolonged wear as my Sennheiser HD650, even while wearing glasses. The closed nature of the headphones allows for reasonable sound isolation from both directions at moderate volumes, with very good overall sound quality. It can be adequately driven from my plain ole' iPhone 5 and my PC headphone jack without an amplifier (in spite of 250 ohm rating) with decent enough volume for my tastes (a modest amp did not appreciably improve...
Excerpt: I use the DT 770s with my laptop and with my iPod 5G running Rockbox, for that extra volume boost that's needed with these. Make no mistake, these are very tough to power for most mobile devices; cell phones and stock iPods are a no-go.<br /><br />I was put off at first by the comments about how inaccurate they are, that they are too bass heavy and aren't good for studio use. I get that, they aren't reference headphones.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Great soundstage, Lightweight
Excerpt: I was a bit apprehensive about these after they arrived, but the sound quality stands up by itself, by far the best cans I've owned.<br />At first look, they appeared a bit 'plasticy', but that proved unfounded after I listened to them.<br />And they're nice and comfy. My ear lobes aren't in any stress or pressure, so I can wear them for long periods without stress.
Excerpt: I use this for listening and mixing.<br /><br />Things I like<br />-Super solid construction, huge ear-cups, very comfortable for extended listening<br />-incredible 3 dimensional , DETAILED sound<br />-HUge Bass Response (DEEP a bit exaggerated,and really tight..not sloppy)<br />-every single part can be ordered and replaced if broken (unlike, for example, Senneheiser 280's) so you can really keep these for a very very long time if you are handy<br />-You will truly...
Excerpt: I bought these for primarily movies, not music. Coupled with an old Fiio E5 headphone amp, the sound is more than adequate for my needs. I have yet to really test all the headphones have to offer, but I'm satisfied so far. 1 star docked for a couple of reasons--the ear cups make me sweat all too easily; I've never had that problem before. And I wish the cable were detachable.