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Beyerdynamic DT 150

Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the DT series

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sinsin

Beyerdynamic DT 150Published on 10/24/04 at 19:17
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I use it since 1997, what I like most is the collection's outdoor sound insulation when wearing the headphones (20dB). It has a wide bandwidth, good power and serious gnreux ...
I also use Sony and AKG, I would say the 7506 and 7509 from Sony are thinner at the top of the spectrum. The DT 150 scne on or in the studio for musicians (drummer, singer, guitarist ...) and a 7509 for COST studio (although the DT is doing well).
It's handy to have several, so I do it again ... although this choice
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Batchman2005Batchman2005

Beyerdynamic DT 150Published on 08/26/05 at 06:52
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I waited quite a while before giving my opinion on this headphone because I had to test it thoroughly and that since I acquired other headphones like the DT 770 pro edition specially 2005 and the Sony MDR CD780-among others.

I use it for 3 months. What I like most about this headset, its isolation and the quality of the musical spectrum. Least, the cable rights to three meters which is a bit cumbersome. Personally I prfre cables spirals.

When asked did you have tried many other models before acqurir? The well is yes rponse sr. Of these, Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro (250 ohm), Sennheiser HD 250 Linear, Sony MDR-CD750 and so on.

I personally pay 187.50 euros this headphone from a...…
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I waited quite a while before giving my opinion on this headphone because I had to test it thoroughly and that since I acquired other headphones like the DT 770 pro edition specially 2005 and the Sony MDR CD780-among others.

I use it for 3 months. What I like most about this headset, its isolation and the quality of the musical spectrum. Least, the cable rights to three meters which is a bit cumbersome. Personally I prfre cables spirals.

When asked did you have tried many other models before acqurir? The well is yes rponse sr. Of these, Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro (250 ohm), Sennheiser HD 250 Linear, Sony MDR-CD750 and so on.

I personally pay 187.50 euros this headphone from a dealer via the Belgian importer in Belgium, I have to say is perfect (Prvos establishment) not cited. Only BMOL it took me to wait a month and a half to get a copy. And yes, the studios and radio stations were controlled before me this headphone and there was an out of stock. ah yes, the report qualitprix?
Trs Ok, so this little dear stepfather, but the price of a good headphone pro studio. With a musical spectrum that ranges from 5 30 000 Hz, low trs Further, averages frquences excellent and upper rev range that rings clear.

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? Trs honntement for almost the same price I prfre DT 770 Pro, so you can conclude that no, but I RPET, it is really good trs.

Its listing, I have to put a rating on DT 770 pro infrieure I score 10/10. Since there are no half scoring (9.5 / 10), he obtained the note from 9 / 10.

J'espre now that by the end of the year 2005, I can get the new DJ headphones spcial home Beyerdynamic DJ-X1 and thus evaluate too, always compared to other headphones of what to call my dj collection.
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damiengarnierdamiengarnier

Beyerdynamic DT 150Published on 01/15/09 at 09:25
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Trs simply satisfied!
I'm not ingnieur sound. By consquent, I'm not sensitive trs all technical specifications. All I knew was that I wanted a headphone monitoring to record my voice without repisse.
I then consult with the forums and sites like Audiofanzine. APRS and have noticed time and again this headphone in large video studios across the world such as Abbey Road and the good thing about forums, I DCID to buy it. This is great because it matched my hair cell budget. In addition, I like his Aesthetics plutt Austre ct old school type. In any case, these headphones me parat robust. Time will tell me.
I would do if this choice? hsiter no, yes!
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fifoursfifours

Almost perfect ...

Beyerdynamic DT 150Published on 03/29/10 at 23:57
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Hello,

I find this much fun with Beyer and also the same disappointment.
I just love this musical, this serious generous (and transparent), a medium and an acute correct, and everything that swings well in the ear (provided you have the right headset amp). I still regret that this side is a bit stuffy, as if there was a cap between the headset and the eardrum. I do not mean a lack of transparency or definition, it has, but something weird is the only headset that sounds like that.
This headset offers a very good musicality but seems a little sleepy and requires a headset amp quite nervous as my Rega Ear. It is a bit tiring in the end but the Rega has much to do.
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Hello,

I find this much fun with Beyer and also the same disappointment.
I just love this musical, this serious generous (and transparent), a medium and an acute correct, and everything that swings well in the ear (provided you have the right headset amp). I still regret that this side is a bit stuffy, as if there was a cap between the headset and the eardrum. I do not mean a lack of transparency or definition, it has, but something weird is the only headset that sounds like that.
This headset offers a very good musicality but seems a little sleepy and requires a headset amp quite nervous as my Rega Ear. It is a bit tiring in the end but the Rega has much to do.
I love listening to funky, but also Rock, Variety, Latin, HipHop, and movies on computer.
In contrast to the classic and the mix is ​​hard, but also for monitoring and dj.
The fact that it requires in 250ohms headphone powerful to speak properly. Soundproofing is very good but not the comfort that could be better I think. That said the leatherette pads are high quality and interchangeable.
Finally the build quality is excellent, it's very, very strong, I weigh and I 90kilos is balanced on it without problem! Must dare but I felt it happening, no cracking, phew! I would not do that with other brands.
The only criticism I would make is that the spiral cord is not supplied, it has the right to 3m, but we can change it later.

In short, about 140 € you have something that sounds great (with the Rega Ear € 250, which fits like a glove) and will serve for many years, unbreakable, even for clumsy (unless're on the 10th floor) .
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  • Manufacturer: Beyerdynamic
  • Model: DT 150
  • Series: DT
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 10/07/2002

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