beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm

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Designed for referencing, monitoring and mixing, the DT 770 Pro is a professional, closed-back studio headphone that provides detailed, clear and accurate sound. For more information about beyerdynamic headphones, continue reading our reviews – DT 240 Pro, DT 770 Pro, DT 900 Pro X, DT 880 Pro, and DT 990 Pro.

A constant in the music industry - these 80-ohm DT 770 Pro headphones are ideal for monitoring and recording in the studio. This model will give the rest of the competition a bit of a run for their money in terms of comfort, possible longevity, and sound isolation due to their construction, although, sound-wise there are better options out there. This version of the DT 770 Pro Headphones has an impedance of 80 Ohms, making them extremely flexible. They're more comfortable, deliver sound much more consistently, and have a much more open, spacious soundstage. Closed-back (The earcup housings are completely closed so incoming and outgoing noise is attenuated.Other than that – DT 770 Pro is very comfortable to wear even for a longer period of time and that is mostly due to the fact that the ear pads are large enough to go around your ears and not press against them. The lack of a detachable cable means that any breakage in it or the jack will require you to replace the headphones themselves rather than just the cable. I played tracks from my own FLAC library as well as from Qobuz streaming service played via Roon (exclusive mode). The DT 770 pro headphones have superior build-quality so you can be assured these will offer you reliable usage, for a long time.

If you’re a music-lover or budding musician, a set of tough-as-nails headphones is an absolute must.The Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO are marginally better neutral sound listening headphones than the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO thanks to their open-back design that allows them to create a much better soundstage. Therefore, the HyperX are a better choice if you want a microphone, and they're also more comfortable and feel more durable. However, we do see the benefit of this in live sound applications where you really want to get all of the top end under control to avoid a feedback loop which can be a quick showstopper. You get a big hard case and an extra straight detachable cable with the DT 1770, but that's about it.

For decades now, professional users all around the world have placed their trust in our classic range: DT 770/880/990 PRO. Please give us the reason for your assessment in the following text box and – if possible – your e-mail address for further questions. I am not a fan of closed headphones per se, but sometimes it is the only politic choice when wearing them around the house, and the 770s are the only such headphones I have so far found that I really enjoy the sound of and find comfortable when wearing for long periods. Listening on headphones is a different experience from listening on loudspeakers, but the overall tonal balance is surprisingly close to that of a pair of top-flight monitors.Going to college, on tour, or even just hanging out in a studio is murder on plastic over the long haul. The single-sided cable allows the headphones to be put on and taken off frequently without cables getting tangled. Additionally, like all other Beyerdyamic headphones I've tried, the DT770 Pro has pin-point accurate imaging that is excellent at delineating the positioning of sound.

I find that the 80 ohm 770s work well on any device and yet they still benefit from dedicated amplification (which in my case comes in the form of a couple of Little Dot Mk 2 head amps in a couple of different systems. That being said, the closed-back design of the 770 PRO means they block more sound and leak less audio, though they still are sub-par in both these regards. Because of its build and sound quality, this pair of headphones is best suited to music creators with a need for a durable, high-quality set of tracking headphones in the recording booth. The DT770 has been around for decades and as such, has been tried and tested to the limit by some of the world’s biggest artists and music industry professionals alongside broadcasters.

Of course, as it always is with these things: this is merely a suggestion and a starting point, not the ultimate settings you should set and forget. Regardless, I went with 80 ohm ones and these headphones are kind of a benchmark for every day use headphones for me. However, the ear cup enclosures feel a bit plasticky, especially compared to the premium build and feel of the Beyerdynamic DT 880's ear cups.

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