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Beyerdynamic DT 250
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Beyerdynamic DT 250

Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the DT series.

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Beyerdynamic DT 250Published on 12/04/08 at 16:34
(Originally written by bounav/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I've been using these headphones for about one year.

Pros:

- Very linear and accurate response. Ideal for studio applications.

- Thick and comfortable velvet earcups.

- Single-sided, replaceable cable.

Cons:

- The headband is not wide enough and it can get uncomfortable after several hours of use.

- The plastic finish looks cheap (but it's very sturdy: I've fallen asleep several times on the headphones).

- Isolation from external noise could be better (but that's not the main purpose of the headphones).

I tested many Sennheiser, Sony and AKG headphones. I also own the Sennheiser HD 497, which are much......
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(Originally written by bounav/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I've been using these headphones for about one year.

Pros:

- Very linear and accurate response. Ideal for studio applications.

- Thick and comfortable velvet earcups.

- Single-sided, replaceable cable.

Cons:

- The headband is not wide enough and it can get uncomfortable after several hours of use.

- The plastic finish looks cheap (but it's very sturdy: I've fallen asleep several times on the headphones).

- Isolation from external noise could be better (but that's not the main purpose of the headphones).

I tested many Sennheiser, Sony and AKG headphones. I also own the Sennheiser HD 497, which are much worse.

Very good value for money.

If I need new headphones I will certainly buy the DT 250 again but I would also test other BeyerDynamics models.

Notice that these headphones have a very high impedance (80 Ohms).
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" Very good helmet"

Beyerdynamic DT 250Published on 04/20/13 at 01:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Use for years.
Other headphones used: Sony MDR 7506, Beyer DT-770 Pro, crappy but cheaper Sennheisers (ref forgotten) ....
Very good value for money. Present in most studios (especially radio) in which I work. Do not tire the ear. Fairly neutral.

Very good choice.

Use radio studio (24/24) & music. Very comfortable to wear. All music (neutral). Closed-back headphones so obviously after a while, it was a little ears that feel foot ... But is it not the case all closed headphones??

Solid headphone, detachable connectors, very good durability (much better than the Sony Mdr 7506 mosses so inexorably crumbling).

Neutral. Closed headphones (already mentioned) very effective......
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Use for years.
Other headphones used: Sony MDR 7506, Beyer DT-770 Pro, crappy but cheaper Sennheisers (ref forgotten) ....
Very good value for money. Present in most studios (especially radio) in which I work. Do not tire the ear. Fairly neutral.

Very good choice.

Use radio studio (24/24) & music. Very comfortable to wear. All music (neutral). Closed-back headphones so obviously after a while, it was a little ears that feel foot ... But is it not the case all closed headphones??

Solid headphone, detachable connectors, very good durability (much better than the Sony Mdr 7506 mosses so inexorably crumbling).

Neutral. Closed headphones (already mentioned) very effective sound insulation.
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Beyerdynamic DT 250Published on 01/28/06 at 01:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's been three weeks and I use is that of happiness.

When I go buy a new headphone, I would absolutely not buy without trying. I could compare with a Sony store and MD7506 Sennheiser HD-thing (which ignores cheaper than the others).

Well there was no photo (lol, for sound ...), the Beyer DT250 is velvet on the ears and costs. The sound is well equilibrated. We do not take it in his face as with the Sony. No, we're really in the acoustic space and it is enjoyable trs cost. I can wear it for several hours without any fatigue. The ears are well and not include crases and it is closed (good attnuation collection outdoor noises).

I referrer that choice without hsiter ... The models......
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It's been three weeks and I use is that of happiness.

When I go buy a new headphone, I would absolutely not buy without trying. I could compare with a Sony store and MD7506 Sennheiser HD-thing (which ignores cheaper than the others).

Well there was no photo (lol, for sound ...), the Beyer DT250 is velvet on the ears and costs. The sound is well equilibrated. We do not take it in his face as with the Sony. No, we're really in the acoustic space and it is enjoyable trs cost. I can wear it for several hours without any fatigue. The ears are well and not include crases and it is closed (good attnuation collection outdoor noises).

I referrer that choice without hsiter ... The models and I would look over at Beyer to cost if it's even better.
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Beyerdynamic DT 250Published on 12/25/06 at 12:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- I use it for a short time.

- I like the ergonomics (in place of the ears), the sound just the collection's outdoor broadcasts which allows me to record my singing. We can remove the cable bracket, for use to the sound being protected (about-16dB). The sound is raw crude, no frills, which means that all default your recordings stand out very easy. However, it is not my view a pair of passive music COST (in a chair drinking a whiskey on ice), it does not value the music he spits raw. Therefore be used for recording, mastering audio ...

- I like the structure any less plastic, made no pro trs trs or solid, but I take care of my hardware and I'm an amateur ... Sound protection is not......
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- I use it for a short time.

- I like the ergonomics (in place of the ears), the sound just the collection's outdoor broadcasts which allows me to record my singing. We can remove the cable bracket, for use to the sound being protected (about-16dB). The sound is raw crude, no frills, which means that all default your recordings stand out very easy. However, it is not my view a pair of passive music COST (in a chair drinking a whiskey on ice), it does not value the music he spits raw. Therefore be used for recording, mastering audio ...

- I like the structure any less plastic, made no pro trs trs or solid, but I take care of my hardware and I'm an amateur ... Sound protection is not optimal (-16dB, it is better adj ...), but this is not the purpose of the machine, I'm simply saying is to put a b Previous mol to comment "sounds good attnuation collection's outdoor" because it really is not his rle. It serves empcher the dissemination of his collection's outdoor, what it does well.

- I did a comparison on the web all the notice / all prices etc ... I found but I did not essay. My addiction is all about and Beyer Dynamic Seinheiser. We had to decide then.

- Good qualitprix, I'm not, but I have not tried others, I can not say if there is better for this price.
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  • Manufacturer: Beyerdynamic
  • Model: DT 250
  • Series: DT
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 11/07/2002

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