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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 Ohms
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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 Ohms

Studio headphone from Beyerdynamic .

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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 OhmsPublished on 04/08/06 at 10:58
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Hi,
Personal I use it for more than five years Reportage Tl (ENG) and Radio and I find it excellent!
Against it by getting tired, someone would recommend a replaceable??
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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 OhmsPublished on 12/06/06 at 11:41
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The Beyer DT48, the first dynamic type headphones in the world (1939 if I'm not mistaken)
and still the same today, sometimes in dclin headphone able to audiomtrie mdicale.
My other headphones, before I say more, SYGMA STAX electrostatic, electrostatic HE60/HEV70 Sennheiser, Grado SR325 and SR60, pro4AA pro4AAA KOSS, Sennheiser HD25, BEYER DT250 DT150 DT48 and finally.
In short, for use mlomane, I like the Sennheiser particulirement HE60/HEV70, a little like the HD650 but many, if not even better standards, and pro headphones whose verve and Mati re sound is by far the productions suprieures asseptises consumer "HiFi" (including the HD650 to avoid for a summit), and in this record,......
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The Beyer DT48, the first dynamic type headphones in the world (1939 if I'm not mistaken)
and still the same today, sometimes in dclin headphone able to audiomtrie mdicale.
My other headphones, before I say more, SYGMA STAX electrostatic, electrostatic HE60/HEV70 Sennheiser, Grado SR325 and SR60, pro4AA pro4AAA KOSS, Sennheiser HD25, BEYER DT250 DT150 DT48 and finally.
In short, for use mlomane, I like the Sennheiser particulirement HE60/HEV70, a little like the HD650 but many, if not even better standards, and pro headphones whose verve and Mati re sound is by far the productions suprieures asseptises consumer "HiFi" (including the HD650 to avoid for a summit), and in this record, KOSS Pro4AA particularly well done (the speakers of ears as it is known Amricains) just typ trs but carnal, another best-selling undisputed precision, maintaining momentum, the deep bass and reproduction of micro-information BEYER DT150 is (a sound that almost rivals the best electrostatic, with a good headphone amp, eg mounting tubes OTL) and finally, the object of my opinion: BEYER DT48, which possde, my ear mlomane the mdium the fairest and most beautiful (with fabulous stamps) I've heard in 30 years of passion, only the spectrum are lightweight extrmits truncated subjectively speaking, but without much frustration.
Comfort, each judge, the pro, the radios, and its prenneurs wear them for hours!
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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 OhmsPublished on 06/25/07 at 06:01
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I use it for a year or so, it is a good quality headphone that is extremely well in the Dfine mdium thereby cost the reverbs and what's not n'enjolive that can be trusted during the recording. Except it's true that a greenhouse much the head, resulting in fatigue rather quickly but it does not matter as it is given performance.
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Beyerdynamic DT 48 200 OhmsPublished on 02/21/08 at 06:05
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Helmet-specific reporting, radio and film.
I used it for years. The medium is superb and well ahead and promote the monitoring of voice, "sound objects" and moods. Useful for music to put our heads in the medium and analyze its decision or its mix, but not for mastering. Today is the DT 48 E. The first version dates from 1937. The headphone is "pro" sound engineer for radio and film, none. Very closed, very tight head and ends up being very tiring, but nothing escapes the medium.
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  • Manufacturer: Beyerdynamic
  • Model: DT 48 200 Ohms
  • Category: Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 02/12/2014

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