Reviews and Problems with Beyer Dynamic DTX 101 iE
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17 March 2012
Summary: In short:
+ Stylish looks
+ Powerful bass reproduction, flat but present mids, rolled off yet detailed and even sparkly highs, usually good separation
+- "Dark" sound signature, tends to favor the bass and lower mids. Not perfectly analytical nor overly musical
+- Best for pop and pop/rock
- Lack of sub-bass detail, bass can be boomy
- Impact not consistently present
- Classical lacks detail and space
After 6 years my old Creative EP-630s...
Pros: + Looks + Comfortable + Powerful bass, flat but present mids, rolled off yet detailed highs, usually good separation + EQable
Cons: +- Dark sound signature - Lack of sub-bass detail, bass can be boomy - Impact not consistently present - Classical lacks detail and space
Summary: Cheap feeling materials do not detract from the sound quality of these earphones. They're very good for their price, but the sound is a bit tiring compared with some Sennheiser CX400s I had. Ear sealing is critical to the lower range coming through, as with most in-ear headphones.
Summary: As someone who enjoys a wide range of music, I needed something that provides excellent performance from vocals to instruments, treble to bass, all in a portable package. Shure E3C and Grado iGi have come and gone with some lasting impressions but the DTX 101 iE provides that little bit more balance and the price certainly outstanding for the product you get.
Summary: One can pay the earth for in-ear cans but these are really good value for the money and I can recommend them. Thbey come with three different fittings and I fiound the middle ones ideal for me. The are comfortable, keep in place, block out extraneous noise and let one hear the music perfectly.
Summary: I've had these for quite a while now and wanted to allow them to 'burn in' before reviewing - and I'm glad that I did. When i first started using them the sound was slightly off - I can't quite articulate what it was but it was definitely noticeable. After a month or two of using them every day (I commute 4hrs per day) the sound came good. The bass is clear and very present and doesn't dominate the sound at all.
Summary: I find most of the reviews and commentary on earphones utterly bewildering. I'm also a music lover and a pretty clumsy man. So I end up buying quite a lot of headphones. In the past, i've always stuck with sennheiser, because i liked their bassy feel, and they were very good for the price. this time, i wanted to go beyond the £25 price range, where the cx 300s sit and try and get something with a bit more clarity.
Without a doubt the best in ear headphones ive ever possesed.
10 September 2012
Excerpt: Of all the in ear headphones I've been through these ones have been by far the best. They produce amazing crystal clear sound and a amazing amount of bass for their size! The headphones come with 3 sets of different sized silicone earpieces so that you wont get an uncomfortable fit and the headphones themselves have a simple but nice look about them.
Pros: Great sound and overall quality .
Cons: Slightly pricey but if your willing to pay they are worth it .
Summary: I purchased these in March of this year and use them everyday,they sounded great when they were worn in. Unfortunately the 3.5mm jack or cable seems to be faulty but I signed in to the online chat and Amazon agreed to send a new set straight away. I am very pleased with the service from Amazon.
Summary: Having already purchased some Beyerdynamic DT770 headphones (amazing headphones) I was confident that these earphones would be good quality. Well made and lightweight, you do not realise these are in your ears after awhile. Not quite up with the sound quality of the DT770s and the bass isn't thumping but listening to Drum and Bass and Hip Hop on these earphones is great and they do the job well.