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  • beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones
  • beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones
  • beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones
  • beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones
  • beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones

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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones

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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 32 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Enclosed Design, Wired for Professional Sound in The Studio and on Mobile Devices Such as Tablets and Smartphones

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Product Description Product Description
  • Closed over-ear headphones for professional sound in the studio and on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones
  • Pure, high-resolution studio sound even on the go with iPhone and Android devices
  • The soft, circumaural and replaceable softskin ear pads ensure high wearing comfort
  • Hard-wearing, durable and robust workmanship Made in Germany
  • Practical single-sided cable (1.6m cable). Ambient noise isolation approximately 20 dBA
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Sound quality! Excellent sound quality. The bass is a little elevated, but is tight/punchy and goes deep, no boominess. The clarity of the mids and highs is amazing. Soundstage is good for closedback headphones. Isolation is ok. Easy to drive, don't need an amp, but do sound slightly better through a good amp.Some people say that these are not good for classical, but I disagree. I think they are amazing for classical, jazz, vocals/choral, pop/rock, almost any genre. I use them a lot with my digital piano (Casio Celviano) and they are a perfect fit.The pleather earpads can get a little sweaty, so I replaced them with the velour pads and now they are super comfortable. The velour pads changed the sound slightly.The only issue I have is that the cable is not replaceable. 5Top Cans at this PriceNo buyers remorse here. There's a reason for the plethora of 5 star reviews. I use these for studio work and they smoke anything else I have. I have larger ears and these are super comfortable on my head. I have a pair of B&Os I use for listening to music but after a few hours my ears are sore. Not with these. Now, I'll be honest, for pure music enjoyment I haven't heard anything as clean as my B&O H7s but I did note I'm using these for studio work. If you use these (or any quality headphone) with your computer you'll need an amp. I have an affordable FiiO E10K and it's another 5 star product for the price.Update: I've been listening to music with these lately. They are as good as any I've heard. These are by far the best budget cans out there. Hook up to an affordable amp and trust me, you'll be amazed.Update: 7/20/2018 - After some burn in, these things keep getting better. I've retired my B&Os because they hurt my ears. These are nice and large and the pads are comfortable enough for 4 hourish listening.5Excellent value for the moneyIn the 1980s I worked as a mixer / fixer in some Philly sound studios; I always listen to new gear with critical ears, (though my high frequency hearing is down a little bit now that I'm 57). Anyway, these headphones give quite good depth and frequency response. No pumped up lows, rather , natural response with very minor peaks and dips.Highs are smooth without any harsh peaks. I bought 32 ohm versions for several technical reasons.They are comfortable, but if you're in a warm environment for over an hour or two you may find them a bit confining.I listen to music, instructional material, etc. and find them to be a "stress free" listen, other than the warmth and weight compared to my open air Sennheisers. The plus is these Beyer models shut out surrounding sounds VERY well and give great, balanced presentation.4Very comfortable. Impressive and immersive sound (especially paired with a ... Very comfortable. Impressive and immersive sound (especially paired with a good amp/dac, i use the JDS Labs O2/ODAC) and Overall very solidly built, but the plastic headband adjuster pieces broke after two years. Just cracked. BUT i cant rag on these too hard because these have been subjected to lots of abuse, because i'm a bit clumsy(and i believe each part of these can be replaced, from Beyerdynamic themselves, i suppose) I simply use tape to hold the adjusters to the steel headband. Looks weird now but still has the same impressive sound and comfort. Treat your cans with care. Would definitely buy Beyerdynamic(Probably the new DT 1770 PROS) again if i accidentally destroyed these(and keep the fragments of these for sentimental value) Great cans. 9/10 5When I first got these I was disappointed because my phone and my laptop could not drive ...Oh, My, Goodness........When I first got these I was disappointed because my phone and my laptop could not drive these very loud. I had an SMSL tube amp and it still could not push these. It also had a slight popping sound that I originally thought was the headphones but turned out to be the 3.5mm headphone cord from the computer to the amp. After I got that fixed up, I had already ordered an 80 ohm version to replace the 250 as well as an FX Audio tube preamp. I compared the 80 ohm and the 250 ohm side to side using 3 different sources (turntable, phone, computer). The 80 ohm just cannot compare to the 250 ohm version. The 250 ohm version does have some very bright highs, and subdued lows compared to the 80 ohm, but the lows are much much more precise and punchier than the 80 ohms. The brightness is rounded off quite a bit when run through the preamp and amp. The 250 ohm just simply put reproduced the sound to a far better extent than the 80 ohm. The 80 ohm version is great, don't get me wrong, but the sound from the 250 ohm pair is just not comparable to any headphones I have ever heard, simple as that.You really, really, really....did I say really? Really need a powerful amp for these. Even my SMSL alone was not enough to power these to any sort of high volume. The preamp increased the gain and made these useable with the SMSL and even "tubed" up the sound a bit more! I just cannot say enough good things about the 250 ohm version. They beat the hell out of anything else at the $150 price point.5What the Hyperx Clouds wish they wereI've previously owned Hyperx Cloud IIs and these absolutely blew me away. Especially noticeable in movies, games and well mastered music, the soundstage for a closed back headphone is superb! The bass and mid-bass on these headphones is very clean and is a comfort to listen to for long periods of time. The velour earpads keep your ears from letting sweaty and too warm (I was very hesitant but turns out they are super comfy and don't get too warm at all)At first they clamped too hard but a simple bend of the metal headband and I can wear these all day without fatigue. They are way more comfortable than they look like they would be!The best entry level closed back.5Amazing sound, great comfort, bass and presence are a little hyped. Works well with Laptop and I use it for mixing.SOUND: Amazing sound, bass and presence (over 5k) are hyped a little, but not too much.COMFORT: One of the best cushions I've tried for a headphone. It might be a bit tight if you have a large head, but you'll get used to it.DURABILITY: Feels pretty strong till now (2 weeks). I'll update this after a few months.VOLUME LEVEL: 80 ohms is enough to get a loud sound on laptops. On the phone I usually keep the volume 90-100% for a good level.Regarding the big question "can these be used for mixing"?I know these headphones are not meant for mixing, but I still mix Electronic Music seamlessly with these. Its great for hearing the sub range and low end which is difficult to do in flat response headphones. I would suggest you have something like a AKG K240 along with these just to get a more realistic sound.Another big question going around: "Is it better than the m50x"?Both have their pros and cons.m50x is more closer to a flat response, definitely more portable and ships with 3 cables interchangeable cables.770 are better listening headphones. Around the ear cups mean better 3D sound, better build but heavy and less portable.I was confused for a long time but decided to go for this when I saw it on sale at 124$ (less than m50x for the first time).532 ohm vs. 80 ohm - Huge sound difference I've been using the 32 ohm version for about 2 years, I loved it so much that I decided to try the 80 ohm version as well. But they are so DIFFERENT! When I first got the 32 ohm, my first impression it was really flat and neutral compared to other headphones that I have, which was what I look for. I wanted to use it to learn how to play songs and indeed it was great for distinguishing the instrumentals.The 80ohm sounds more like Sennheiser HD 598, AKG Q701 or Grado SR80e. They are more enjoyable to listen to, my ears don't get tired as fast. The 32ohm provides more clarity, the downside is that after listening for a few hours the treble starts to feel a bit harsh on the ear. I'm really surprised by the difference of sound between 32 and 80, they are almost like totally two different models.Anyone also own both the 32ohm and 80ohm versions? Would like to hear other people's thoughts about those two versions. 5great headphones for the price! As a freshman in college, I was looking to enter the audiophile world with a sub-$200 over-ear headphone. I did a LOT of research into the "best" $100-$200 close-back headphones and was ultimately deciding between these and the Audio-technica ATH-M50X headphones. They would have been exactly the same price at $150, and both's sound qualities are highly regarded for the price point. I chose the DT 770 Pro after reading many many reviews that pegged them as-more comfortable to wear for prolonged periods of time-having a slightly wider soundstage-having a flatter sound signature (as opposed to the M50X, which have a more "v-shaped" sound).I never really needed professional-level headphones and I probably don't know what I'm missing out on with $500+ headphones, but as a regular consumer of music all I know is that these boys sound CREAMY with 320 kbps audio files. I do think that these sound a little better in the bass than in the mids or trebles. Anything binaural sounds really really good. IMO these headphones are sleek, comfortable, well-built, and they sound great--I am very happy with my purchase overall.Also, if you are confused about the ohms, I chose the 32 ohm version since I'm mostly using them with my iPhone SE and MacBook and don't have an amp. If you get the 250 ohm version and try to use them with an iPhone with no amp, they're going to be way too quiet. 5Flawless Exactly what I was looking for.-Feels very comfortable for long gaming sessions-Great precise bass and treble-Made in Germany, and you can tell it will be hard to break-Won't break the bank. A lot of value for the price.(One thing I should mention as someone coming from a higher end turtle beach... It might take you ears a day or two to get use to the quality difference. It was odd for me. It felt like my ears wanted to pop.I was told by my friend who's really big into audiophile, that I should use them for a while before I just return them. And sure enough, everything feels great now! i can really notice the difference when I use the turtle beaches on the xbox hahaha) 5Wanted to love theseI should have listened to the reviews here and elsewhere on the internet. First, the positives: splendid comfort with the plush ear covers, and the noise isolation works well. My biggest qualm with these headphones is the sound. Upon first listen, the sibilance was horrible. I let music play through them for hours on end, and ended up modifying an equalizer setting on my computer, and now the sibilance has reduced significantly but it s not gone completely, and the highs are still *way* too sharp and piercing for comfort. They actually hurt my ears. To compound this problem, the mids are just too faint and the bass is either too bouncy or not present enough for me. I listen to lots of different styles of electronic music principally, but not exclusively. I shouldn t have to keep tinkering with my equalizers to make these cans function properly. I have never had to do that before with high-quality headphones.I also don t like that these headphones lack a detachable cord. I thought it would be an inconsequential detail, but given the other issues, it s not an attractive quality.I missed the return window deadline, but if I could go back in time, I would not purchase these headphones again.3BUYER WARNING! Severe Risk Of Extreme Satisfaction! DO BUY!These Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro's are built to last and will bestow a severely pleasurable audio experience into your brain that your ears will surely be thanking you for at this years Thanksgiving dinner. In fact, its all your ears will probably talk about, your guests will no doubt think "Hey, what a nice gesture that this person has made. I respect that". Boom, and just like that you have gained a great product and a higher respect from your peers.If you are considering these to be your first step toward high end cans and away from your run of the mill, pseudo-high-grade equipment (Ex. Beats by Dre), then I especially recommend them.I'm using these with the SMSL T2 2X6J9 amplifier, with the stock tubes. Before receiving that I was using a small Squier SP-10 guitar amp to push these, however there was significant background ambient noise. Moving onto using the SMSL amp, I am disappointed with the lack of volume it's willing to provide, not to mention its utter lack of goals and ambitions. So don't make the mistake I did, buy a better (more expensive) headphone amplifier.In terms of sound, they do produce a decent enough flat response. Anything under 30hz is not going to be represented very well. I say this because I just read someones review stating they were rattling their brain with these pushing 5Hz frequencies. I tested this for shigs. Obviously, it didn't work out well, or at all. More obvious, is that the previously mentioned review was authored by a rampant drug user in the midst of an every-drug-ever-made binge . With that being said, frequencies are represented in a respectable manner for headphones and are an excellent entry into higher quality headphones. I personally use these for casual listening. If you're looking for production value on a budget might I suggest you consider a pair of PreSonus Eris 3.5" NF Reference Monitors for $100. Unless you're specifically banished to headphones because of an attempted voodoo love spell gone horrifyingly wrong. I've been there.Just BUY THEM already! and if you don't love them just return them, because no matter how many reviews you read you're going to have to experience them yourself. Don't allow someone else to make up your mind for you here, the subjective beauty of audio is that there's no right opinion here, it all comes down to your own beautiful biases . However, if you buy these and choose to return them to go back to your skullcandys, you're clearly harboring masochistic characteristics and I urge you to please visit a psychiatrist.Oh wait, there is one complaint I'd like to air out here. The headphone bag is generic looking as hell. Its super weak. It was severely disappointing to say the least. This is coming from someone who (weirdly, I know) very much enjoys boxes, containers, and other similar items that hold or organize things.5Crisp and comfortable The most noticable aspect of these is the superb build quality. They are certainly very large and utilitarian - if you want sleek style then look elsewhere.The sound is very crisp and detailed with a wide stage and excellent sub-bass response, thanks to the slightly V-shaped response curve. The small drawback of this response is that there is occasional sibilance on some vocalists and cymbals, but it doesn't show up often. Mids are well balanced but not quite as prominent as with the ATH-M50x or HD598cs for example.I don't find these to be as tight as some claim and find them exceptionally comfortable. They are certainly not for portable use though; best if you are sitting at a desk for long periods.I really enjoy the sound of these but it won't be for everyone. If you want a punchy and crisp sound then these are great. If you prefer a slightly flatter, more neutral response then consider the M50x instead. 5I love these headphones.I initially bought these headphones to replace my Sony MDR-7506s which had broken due to me mishandling them.Sound:I mainly use these headphones for music production, recording, and general listening. The frequency response on them is very clear and neutral. What I like most about these headphones is that they don t color sound. When you hear bass, it s that bass. It s not boosted or reduced by the headphones so if you use them to mix, you aren t deceived into thinking your song sounds like something it s not.Quality:These headphones are of suburb quality. The headband and ear cups surround your ears and head and it feels like a perfect fit when you adjust them. You can also change the band covering if it ever wears out or becomes otherwise damaged. I have yet to change mine and I ve had these headphones for two years. The padding on the ear cups is a suede type of material and it doesn t feel sweaty if you wear them for a long time and they also don t wear out. They re still just as puffy as the day I bought them.580 ohm vs 250ohm + notes on comfortThere haven't been many reviews out there that cover the differences between the different versions available of this product. I found myself in the possession of both the 80ohm and 250ohm so hopefully this can be helpful to someone!The first thing I would like to note is that the 80ohm version has a straight cable whereas the 250ohm version has a coiled cable. This difference has a non-obvious impact on comfort: the coiled cable of the 250ohm version makes the headphones feel heavier. That's because there is more cable that "hangs" off your head. Because the headphones are already pretty lightweight themselves (~270 g) it does make a small but perceivable difference. The straight cable is pretty long so while it will work great at the studio, work or home, it would most likely be a major annoyance if you were planning to use these on the go.DIFFERENCES IN SOUNDThe differences between the two models I've reviewed (80ohm and 250ohm) are subtle but they are there. It's definitely true that the 80ohm version has slightly more bass whereas the 250ohm version has more pronounced highs. I personally love when the bass in a song really pulls you in and makes you want to dance on your desk. With the 80ohm version, I definitely get that. With the other, I kept thinking to myself that the bass was nice, but always a little less impactful than I wished for. If you are the kind of person that boosts the volume of your music until the bass is strong enough, then definitely go for the 80ohm version. I know it's the more expensive version (as of this writing) but you'll be glad you spent the extra.I have noticed that these headphones need at least a couple of hours of "burn-in" to sound their best. So if you're not super happy with the sound (to me the 250ohms sounded a little harsh at first) then set your headphones in a safe spot and play some pink noise for a couple of hours or even overnight then try again. I know that the effects of burn-in in headphones are a highly debated and controversial subject in the audiophile community. My opinion is that it's the only (virtually) free method of possibly improving the sound of your headphones prior to first use. So why not give it a try?IMPEDANCE AND AMPLIFICATIONWhy would you consider these really nice headphones if you're not interested in good sound? The biggest improvement in sound quality I've ever noticed after getting nice headphones was when I bought a DAC/AMP. These things really do make a difference. Get a Fiio, Centrance Slim or something like that and you won't regret it. If you plan on using these on the go (which I wouldn't recommend because they are fairly big) then definitely go for the 80ohm.ON COMFORTOne of my favorite feature of those headphones is the detachable headband pad. One thing I was able to do is to cut some NERF darts, cut them in half and slide them in the headband where needed. This allowed the headphones to make better contact with a larger surface on my head, reducing pressure and discomfort. You can also bend the headband a little bit (it is made of metal after all) but I found that the extra padding allowed me to really adapt these to feel great on my head. These headphones are relatively light. The ear pads can get hot after a while but I've notice that effect decrease over time.CONCLUSIONI was looking for the perfect closed-back headphones to use at work. They would need to be comfortable enough to wear for hours at a time and sound great. The Beyerdynamics DT770 Pro 80ohm are perfect for that. I highly recommend them!5Get them, as long as you can stay cool Pro: Superb sound quality, great mid-range detail. Very comfy over the ears. I can wear them for hours. My ears get a little fatigued from the press. But my eardrums do not get fatigued from the sound. Pleather pads block most noise, providing a quiet environment. They are very light considering the bulk. And they are sturdy, with a rugged cord and decent accessories.Con: Pleather pads block most noise, so you don't hear your phone/alarm/people sneaking up on you. :) Also, the seal is tight so the ears can't breathe. I have to air and cool off my ears once in a while. You need to keep cool, definitely would not use these on a hot day. They are a bit bulky. And because of the tight fit, wearing eyeglasses is not comfy. A user-replaceable cord would have been nice. Not a con, but important: you cannot modify the pads with velour or other covers; it kills the sound quality.Overall: That sweet sound, long term comfort in the right (cool) setting, and good seal is well worth all the other niggling things. Highly recommend. 5Amazing set of headphones Amazing sounds and accurate. Sound stage is very good, but not amazing. Isolation is fantastic. Can't hear outside noises and good seals once music is playing. Covers both ears easily and I have average size ears.Bass is a bit on the low side, but accurate and can be change to improve with EQs. With 32 Ohms, don't need a standalone DAC or amplifier to sounds good.Leather can get hot overtime and trap sweat. Plastic cups and closed back. Headband and cup holder is metal. Feels like an excellent product in hand, wearing, and looks, for quality.Cable is not long. Regular round cable but is thick. 5I truly love these. I wear them nearly every day at ... I truly love these. I wear them nearly every day at work--plugged directly into my MacBook-- and am always amazed by the glorious sound and the sound attenuation...I don't hear my noisy officemates. Wonderful highs, powerful bass. The mids are supposed to be recessed, but I think they're good. Once for kicks I traded these with an officemate who has a pair of Beats Studio something or other, a pair of cans that cost at least as much as the Beyerdynamics. Wow. With the 770s, I can hear detail and all the instruments in an orchestra. With the Beats, just a wall of muddy noise. In brief, these arguably are the best closed headphones on the market below $400-$500. If you can opt for an open-backed pair, there are other options (DT880, Sennheiser 600/650, Phillips X2, etc.), but in the world of closed cans, these are king. 5I really liked them, but in the end I returned them for some small annoyancesPros: Audiophile quality sound from small devices like an iPod, phone, MP3 player, etc. without the need for a signal boost/amp. Very comfortable to wear. Built like tank. Sound signature is "flat" so you are hearing what the music producers wanted you to hear from an EQ balance perspective.Cons: Cable is built-in, and not very flexible. Bass performance is slightly lacking, and trebles may be too bright. Leather pads might be too warm for some people.I really liked these headphones. The sound quality is amazing, and if you have never had a set of true audiophile headphones, you will be amazed at all the detail you will discover in music you have listened to a thousand times. Yes, they are that clear, and it may take you several hours to get used to really hearing music for the first time in your life. At 32 ohms, these are specifically for people who want to listen to music from a small portable player like an MP3 player, phone, etc. without having to boost the signal to higher ohms. To say the sound is 'sparkly' is quite accurate. However, to me the highs are just on the edge of becoming fatiquing over a long listening session (more than 1 hour). And the bass frequency response goes lower than most headphones which is quite impressive...however, the overall bass volume/output is a bit lacking. Not saying it's bad...you can hear and feel the low bass which is satisfying, but you still want "just a little bit more" because it's so good.I found the headphones very comfortable, and I have a medium to large head size. The earcups do become a bit warm over time, but I did not find them uncomfortably warm. However, this is something you may want to consider if you prefer plush style earcups. The biggest annoyance for me was the cable: The length was fine but it does not detach from the headphones, and it is not rubbery but rather "plastic-y" so not as flexible as I would prefer. My worry is that over time, you might bend the attachment at the earcup to the point it either breaks or the sound will be come scratchy or intermittant. Because I travel heavily and want over the ear headphones, I am constantly putting headphones in a case, backpack, etc. and this worries me for this set. If Beyerdynamic made this with a removable cord...they would crush competitors in this price range with these headphones. In fact, I probably would have kept them...but with the cord plus my slight dissatisfaction with the bass output I reluctantly returned them.At the end of the day--This would make a GREAT gift for someone or yourself who loves music and listens primarly through a small MP3 player or phone, and who has not had audiophile quality headphones.4
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