Summary: I'm using the T50P with my Centrance Dacport in my office and I'm in paradise. I did the usual burning of about 150 hours and used them every day since and can only praise for the amazing SQ I'm getting.
Summary: Hi, just want to tell everyone wondering over the sensitivity of the t50p regarding positioning over the ear. I was initially disappointed with this peculiar behaviour of the ear phone when I first got them.
Pros: Has it all
Cons: Need to EQ the curve and add an extra ear pad on to the existing one.
Summary: DISCLAIMER: I've not listened more than 20 hours on them.
If these headphones doesn't tur water into wine during the next 80 hours of listening, I declare these headphones as the worst buy ever.
Summary: On clearence as there are T51p and dt1350s now so I went ahead and got these for use on the road and in the office. The other phones I own right now are the over ear momentums so this review is in some ways a comparison.
Pros: Treble, mids, size
Cons: Design, cost cutting in areas, hairs get stuck when adjusting, bass will not quite some people
Conclusion: The T 50 p are nice looking, nice sounding phones. Beyerdynamic’s ‘Tesla Technology’ is more or less marketing fluff, delivering average efficiency and precision – but the phones do their job well in general.
Pros: Generally neutral, somewhat euphonic sound signature with forward midrange, good treble, Fairly efficient, plays loud enough with weaker MP3 players – no amp needed, Lightweight, comfortable, Decent isolation for a supra-aural phone with little clamping force
Cons: Sometimes slightly muffled, boxy, nasal sound with certain music tracks, (mid)bass could be more controlled and refined, Sound quality extremely dependent on position of cups on the ears, Loose fit, designed for big heads, Thin rubbery cable, somewhat microphonic, kinks and tangles easily