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Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro

Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the DT 990 series

Bernard Ancèze Bernard Ancèze

«  very good headphones audiophyle »

Published on 12/20/10 at 05:38
About 10 months of use.
References: Beyer DT48, pro4AAA Koss, AKG K240 monitor, a "between end" Stax, I do not know the reference number.
One of which I speak is 600 Ohms.
It is rather a very good audiophile, for its comfort and color. Studio lacks focus on mdium.
Comfortable in winter. T The foams are too hot.
I find the aige a little on-dimensioned but stro is superb. In the studio, to make the extra rverbs aige precisely because of this, but less sharp catch the DT48 (not enough mdium) trssduisant for audiophile listening without fatigue.
Approximately 150 Q / P is good.
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