Reviews and Problems with Beyer Dynamic DT-770 Pro
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Very good headphones BUT..
Roland Ciuoderis, B&H Photo
22 November 2013
Excerpt: I use this for listening and mixing. Things I like -Super solid construction, huge ear-cups, very comfortable for extended listening -incredible 3 dimensional , DETAILED sound -HUge Bass Response (DEEP a bit exaggerated,and really tight..not sloppy) -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 -You will truly hear details of your music for the very...
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.
Excerpt: I needed to replace my favorite pair of headphones for tracking and mixing. A friend suggested the DT 770s and I'm glad I took the plunge. Nice round bass and top end. Smooth mid-range as well. Excellent for the price too!
Excerpt: Very comfortable and the sound quality is what you'd expect from BeyerDynamic, excellent! My only complaint with the headphones is that you cant rotate the ears more to do one ear listening. Aside from that they are fantastic!
Excerpt: I love these headphones - they are the most comfortable I've tried so they're easy to wear for long periods. They are very accurate for mixing as well. But they do wear-out. The low-end woofer has blown on me before. But I liked them enough to just buy another pair. I've had friends complain that they are too quiet when being used with an ipod or similar device. I use them in a recording studio with no volume limitations really, so I can't comment on that.
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. Ear pads are pleather but not of high quality material. Isolation is good and helps quiet listening quite a bit.
For the price it's a nice offer. Soundstage is big.
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; however the vocals are not as noticeably recessed as the 880/990 which seem to place vocals further from the listener as an artifact of having more depth.
Pros: Bass depth and body, treble detail, soundstage, clarity
Cons: Recessed midrange, a little hollow, a little boomy
Excerpt: I'm a video editor and I spend hours wearing headphones. I'm definitely not an audio expert, but these headphones are a great upgrade. I've used over-ear headphones in the same price range and these are more fun to listen to. They are super comfortable. The closed back is nice for privacy.