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Beyerdynamic DT 660
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Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic belonging to the DT series.

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  • Chob92Chob92

    Beyerdynamic DT 660Published on 08/02/07 at 09:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 3 years

    - Comfort (comes with 2 interchangeable earpieces -fabric or imitation leather, has deconseiller to those who sweat ears: p)

    Most

    Mobile -ecouteurs
    - To the top, heads the sounds of beaches are well rendered.
    -l'adaptateur 6'35 jack that screws and do not eclipse: ca tiuent and you do not lose it!

    Cons:

    Attention all the same has a certain fragility at the head clamp (a few cracks, but hey I made him see what a headphone).
    models essays:
    -before this one at Sennheiser HD200 (a greenhouse head brutal, the most tiring headphone that is) and HD25 (headphone monitoring fabulous, but with an output level and too heavy insulation: tiring)

    - AKG studi…
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    I use it for 3 years

    - Comfort (comes with 2 interchangeable earpieces -fabric or imitation leather, has deconseiller to those who sweat ears: p)

    Most

    Mobile -ecouteurs
    - To the top, heads the sounds of beaches are well rendered.
    -l'adaptateur 6'35 jack that screws and do not eclipse: ca tiuent and you do not lose it!

    Cons:

    Attention all the same has a certain fragility at the head clamp (a few cracks, but hey I made him see what a headphone).
    models essays:
    -before this one at Sennheiser HD200 (a greenhouse head brutal, the most tiring headphone that is) and HD25 (headphone monitoring fabulous, but with an output level and too heavy insulation: tiring)

    - AKG studio: A reference, but listening, I have not liked sorry (AC headphones, you have to try again and again)
    -Beyer Dynamic DT 770: excellent
    Quality price ratio: good (a bit expensive), because I have consumed some previously headphones
    HD200 (+/- 90), I flingu lot of headphones in a year, and it's worth the cost to invest more expensive ok, but this one is solid.

    - Again the same choice: YES !! or DT770
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  • Chob92Chob92

    Very good equipment

    Beyerdynamic DT 660Published on 08/07/12 at 03:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it since 2007 to monitor and computer music

    I appreciated his volume, coussimets interchnageables, the fact that he is covering, but not stuffy, the adapter jack screw.

    very good value for money very neutral signal and y

    I tried the AKG range: output level too low for me and too loose.
  • Anonymous

    Beyerdynamic DT 660Published on 04/21/07 at 06:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Frquente-Use and regularly.
    - Quality of listens and color of sound, rugged construction and cares are his strengths.
    No points ngatifs my opinion, if not his cot a few lev--200 euros.
    - Many MODELS t tests but have headphones "Beyer" is by far the most efficient in cost and Contents of sound reproduction.
    Good-qualitprix compared to concurents MODELS.
    -The quality of headphones is not BeyerDynamic dmontrer, these models are utiliss in most recording studios, including DT770.
    -Good investment for years to come.
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