Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms

DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms, Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic in the DT 770 Pro series.

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diler's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" there better at this price."

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
I used sennheiser hd 280 pro for 7 years without acune problem but I just wanted to try something else and I chose DT 770 Pro.

I use for electric guitar or amp VST made by micro dynamique.Le sound is okay but I think the headphones are best suited for DJ's or people who like to listen to music with lots of bass as techno or house music .

The headphone is new on'll see over time.

For me the sound is not balanced.
Pat Flam05/28/2013

Pat Flam's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad, but not good comfort neutral"

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
I month

Not suitable for acoustic music and natural, better for electro, rap or otherwise.
My rating 6 "correct".

I do not think keeping it in relation to my tastes and expectations, although it can still do the trick for the price for making batteries, bass, same guitar, but there is in my opinion way to find better .

Recording, little or no for the mix, except for peeling.

Excellent comfort, fits perfectly well studied.

I previously had a sennheiser hd 280 less comfortable hair (but I preferred the sound of Sennheiser ...)

Strength that has good air
not removable, but changeable by removing cable.

The lower the dt 770 pro 80ohms are somewhat invasive and resonant. However, you can hear everything that happens, so it's still a good tool, but it is not neutral and does not match my expectations, I much prefer him certe Sennheiser HD600 is an open headphone, so not suitable struggling because of repisse, but oh how much more accurate and realistic mix ...
Noise level makes it easy to power headphones.

Good insulation (but not as good as the Sennheiser HD 280)

Bluebox's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Mr. mixed"

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
I have this headset for 6 or 7 years. The headphone I was advised by a specialist in t the audio hardware for an application prcise. Namely, taking voice in the studio and work in the background. This headphone makes good service in a small studio without cab in order to record the voice without a headphone repisse sound of singing into the microphone because the acoustics of the headphone is in the outer spare.
I n'apprcie not this headset in another register because it is important not to try to edit a model and believe that we will be able bnficier a good job the next day by listening to new on the speakers because the sound is not at all that is believed to have worked with the casque.Je find it weird because some trs headphones any good market from Sony allow for dj do not mix so why even when a headphone costing a price like the?
This headset can, however, be aware of errors in the mix because as some have noted in these pages, the cost authorized Retailer to report some subtle diffrence other headphones are incappables to be heard.
I think it's a personal headset too expensive for what it worth!

jukap's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good, but ..."

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
I used extremely intensively between 2009 and 2010. This headphone is really nice to listen to music for an hour. Otherwise, it becomes strangely irritating on top of the head despite his big foam, and is really too hot, t is difficult to bear such a long time. Moreover, its use is made of a shuffled tural precision and stereo sound (in the bad sense): ador at beginners, the more I used the less I AIM did not reach me correctly reproduced above in the same familiar, as if there was a bad crossover random image of a serious medium, and fluid in the acute ... It is against very practical to record a singer because of his trs are soundproofed. In short, I opt for AKG K271 MK2 for a certainly less rich in bass, but more prcis and Fidler (reverbs, spatial, eq, etc. ..), what is more trs agr Able to use, which I do not spare more and so I recommend highly (despite advice to useless IMHO CRITERIA section comparison of AF, which has not become a site-fi system, dediou!).

djazzop's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
I've used the one week (model 80 ohms)
The sound is muffled, very high frequencies down
I have the Exchange against a 770 (a much clearer!)

Tomtom2004's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 Ohms
Beware impedances!

I had held a small listening session comparative hd 25, sony both 7506 and 7509, the AKG K271 and Beyer DT770.
Without going into details, I went on the DT770 for comfort listening, and his response although somewhat exaggerated in low and medium BF. But I told myself as having too much than not enough bf (compared to the K271). Sony out of the race because of their high hump in the medium, 25 hd too bad ears (!), And the AKG K271 defined but not enough bf.

Then I realized that the DT770 80ohms version existed, so I ordered.

The result felt a filter on the hf (completely absent!), Far too low and medium bf (much more than the 250ohm version).

Hypothesis: different response of the headphone amplifier according to the impedance of the headphones.

So .... I will try to send it to beyer their version 80 ohms, which sounds not the same thing, and then make me return a 250 ohm version.

again, the difference in practice the impedance is not obvious. The knob was almost the same level racing
(For the same noise level) on a 80 and a 250! (How are they in beyer?!)

voilou sailing, so caution and a max of comparative test if you can