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Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro
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Beyerdynamic DT 880 Pro

Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the DT 880 series.

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«  comfort as major asset »

Publié le 11/27/10 à 10:12
Value For Money : Poor
Comparative in connection with the acquisition of a headphone for the control of Design Studio Monitoring Audio.
headphones tested: Grado SR-80; MHII AKG K-240, Sennheiser HD25-1 II BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro, Shure SHR 840

Preferred Features: Neutrality; Comfort, Dynamic Capacity, Quality of bass.

Immediately BeyerDynamic DT-880 Pro is a headphone apart; very comfortable with basic audio quality above the average but totally degreased, which makes a headphone in my opinion totally inadequate control monitoring.
The Grado is primarily a headphone monitor unpretentious and yet its outstanding audio qualities allow him to pretend it is clear that the accommodation offered is not suitable for prolonged use and is not intended to be used in noisy environments!
The Sennheiser HD 25 is the saying, a reference in the field. This is the headphone monitoring and uncompromising. Neutral, highly dynamic down really low in the bass but also lack of comfort for prolonged use. I blame him a bit, however, shorten the upper register and a lack of articulation in the bass (A review after running !?)... the + means any damaged parts can easily be replaced!; the lightness 6 -: absent finishes, hardware aspect, price too high, it could have been my choice but 90euros!
The AKG is a serious lack of neutrality to pretend to control bass and lack of cleanliness, but what comfort and what design! ...

I chose to end the Shure SHR 840 which surprised me a lot (like what prejudices !...).
In fact he took the bundle of qualities with Sennheiser, and more: the palm of comfort (it shares with the AKG), a bass that goes well beyond the hairline and in other joint and a wider frequency response in point I am trying to test it by using audiophile and I can not put it in default making it ultimately a versatile headphone, but Is not it just there, the recognition of a very high quality !?... The pros: removable cable!; very well made and finished, comes with spare foams - the -: I'm still looking

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