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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio

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  • Closed over-ear headphones for professional mixing in the studio
  • Perfect for studio recordings thanks to their pure and high-resolution sound
  • The soft, circumaural and repalceable velour ear pads ensure high wearing comfort
  • Hard-wearing, durable and robust workmanship Made in Germany
  • Practical single-sided cable (3.0m coiled cable)

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Customer Reviews

Love these headphones Love these phones. They need a good headphone amp to drive them well, but I use them in a studio setting with good headphone amps. They have very deep and clear bass and great high end range as well. Compared to my sennheiser HD600, the DT770's have lower bass frequencies, but slightly harsher highs. They are well balanced for a closed back phone headphone, and very comfortable. They are brilliant for recording vocals, acoustic instruments and anything where you want excellent isolation, which they deliver. They are also great for checking mixes in the low end, as well as during the mastering process, for picking up problems in the low end and mid-low end, as well as the high end, where overly harsh highs will be brought out by these phones. All up extremely happy with these headphones. 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. 5Great with OTL Tube Amp I purchased these specifically to use with my Little Dot MK III headphone amp because of the 250 ohm impedance. OTL tube amps work best with high impedance headphones, so ideally a 600 ohm version would be even better, but that was discontinued for the 770 so I went with the 250 ohm one.These headphones replaced an pair of Audio Technica ATH-M50X phones. The biggest difference I noticed right away was more pronounced and impactful bass with these vs the M50X, and the highs and mids were very similar.These work very well with the tube amp, and I'm using Voshkod 6ZH1P-EV driver tubes and Electro Harmonix 6H30Pi power tubes and I'm amazed every time I listen to this setup. Very detailed sound and I can hear things I was not able to hear before.Overall I highly recommend these headphones.5/31/2019 - UPDATE: Just built a Bottlehead crack with speedball and these are awesome with it! Great deep and tight bass (depending on the tubes of course) and plenty of output. I really can't turn up past 1/3 of the way without it blowing out my eardrums. But if you are planning on building a crack OTL amp, these are an awesome pair to go with it! 5Great Amp phones I plug this in directly to my amp and it has a great, relatively-flat signal. At first, I was admittedly a bit disappointed when compared to my Audio Technica ATH-M50x phones, but after a few weeks of use I greatly preferred the Beyerdynamic sound over the bassier AT's. I will be using these when I record my music.Edit, 2 months on: Used the phones when I recorded DI bass for an EP. Liked them so much that I just use them with my comp now (through an audio interface). Considering buying a second one as a back-up and for when I'm recording with others. 5Amazing Headphones I bought these for gaming and listening to music on my new desktop computer. The sound quality is a significant step up from the "gaming headset" I had been using the past few years. These are the best sounding headphones I have ever experienced. They sound even better than a pair of $200 Bose headphones that I use with my laptop. One of the things I like the most about the 770 Pro's is how well they block out external noise. When I'm gaming or listening to music with these, the sound from the air conditioner which is just a few feet away is really not noticeable at all. Almost all external ambient sound seems to be blocked out really well.The first couple times I wore them, I thought they were a bit uncofortable, but after just a few minor adjustments to get the fit just right, I can now use these for several hours straight in complete comfort. When these are plugged into a high-end soundcard to drive them, the sound immersion when using these for gaming is truly astounding. Every little sound in the game really comes to life so crisply much more so than the logitech gaming headset I had been using. Music sounds really awesome as well. I spent many hours researching headphones before making this purchase and I am glad I decided to go with these. The only thing I don't like about these is the coiled telephone wire cord. I would have preferred just a straight cable but it is really just a very minor nitpick compared to the overall awesomeness of these headphones. 5Finally cracked after about 3 years I can't really offer much in the way of audiophile expertise when it comes to anything...well...audio-related, but I will say this: as a regular guy or girl looking for a pair of headphones to listen to music and play video games, one need not look further. I still remember the first day I placed these bad larry's over my ears and plugged them into my pc (which I installed a sound card in to drive these, of course). I immediately knew, coming from one crappy "gaming" headset to another (and I went through quite a few), that what I was wearing and listening to was quality. These headphones introduced me to a new world of listening bliss that I didn't even know existed. In regards to their build, they're incredibly sturdy and rigid, which is a nice change from all the other cheap, "plasticky"-feeling stuff out there. I STRONGLY feel that, in this price range, there can't possibly be a better set of headphones that provide this quality of sound and construction, but, honestly, I wouldn't know. I'm just some guy that appreciates good sound and yummy bass.Pretty much everything about these headphones has already been said, in much greater detail, by all the other reviewers that possess a much greater deal of knowledge than myself. I will add this though, after about three years of owning these, the plastic bit on the right side where one adjusts the fit of the headphones (not sure what it's called. It's the bit that says Beyerdynamic on it) eventually cracked after 3 years. This is the result, of course, of constantly putting them on and off. Often I would hear a "creaking" sound when taking them off, and that was the sound of stress being placed on the plastic. Eventually, the right one gave way, and now I need tape to keep the right earphone from sliding and popping out of the frame. I just realized the left one is missing a chunk, which means it's on its way soon, too.And that is why I give this 4 stars. Because while the rest of the device feels hard and durable, like steel (some of it is actually metal, I think) and held up after being dropped many times throughout the years, the plastic pieces I just mentioned are not. These headphones as a whole aren't really flexible at all, and this plastic only exacerbates that. You can't have them slung around your neck comfortably either, because of how rigid they are, and they don't swivel like many other headphones of this sort do. Pulling the two headphones any decent distance apart (like when putting them on or off) will likely eventually result in a similar situation like mine, particularly if you have a bigger head and glasses like myself, because whenever taking off headphones I have to pull them away from my ears and then over my glasses, which is fine for more flexible headphones, but not so much these. Had some sort of metal been used instead of plastic, goodness only knows how many years these would last.One thing is for certain, I would recommend these in a heartbeat. And if the quality of these headphones, at this amazing price, is any indication of what else Beyerdynamic has to offer, I'm DEFINITELY buying their products again very soon. 4Excellent choice for those wanting a closed back headphone I love my Sennheiser HD600 headphones for their sonic quality. But as open backed headphones they leak sound (outside sounds can be heard and the headphone sounds are heard by others).I bought the Beyers for their closed back design for those times when there is outside noise I want to muffle. The Beyer DT 770 are among the most tightly sealed headphones of the closed back type and work great to passively reduce outside noise They also have large earpads which fit tightly and comfortably over the ears.I use a powerful headphone amp so bought the 250 ohm version and the combination provides good sound. Not as good as the Senns as open backs have a better soundstage but still quite enjoyable. The only thing I don't like is the coiled cable but that is more personal preference. The lower ohm models have the straight cable. 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. 5Best headphones I've ever owned I upgraded to these cans from...ehhh... Beats. But don't judge, I got them at a fraction of the retail cost along with a 30 gig Zune by just being in the right place at the right time.So with that being the case, these are obviously the best headphones I've ever owned. I coupled these to a Schiit Modi/Magni stack and the whole setup works wonderfully. Everything sounds very clear, from music to games. I was originally going to pick up Sennheiser's HD598's after hearing wonderful things about them, until I read that metal music isn't great with them, so I opted for these instead.My preferred genre, mostly extreme prog like Ne Obliviscaris, Xanthochroid, pre-Heritage Opeth etc, is great with these headphones. At first the seeming lack of low end kind of threw me, but it really only seems to be with groups that don't overly load their sound with bass in the first place. I suppose you can't really have what isn't there lest it sound artificial. It also may be that the cans simply needed to be broken in, because I don't really notice it anymore, unless I'm just used to it. Everything sounds nice and punchy.Games for the most part are great as well. I can't recall actually being able to hear footsteps on BF4 before, and the snap of bullets really gets my attention now. The only real complaint I have is with CS:GO (not the only complaint I have with the game itself, mind), which will hopefully cease to be an issue since they are updating sounds. The AK-47 (as of early 9/16 anyway) shot is an absolute nightmare of treble ear cancer with these headphones. On the flip side, I can hear footsteps from quite a distance away, even if the poor directional sound quality keeps you guessing as to where exactly they are coming from (Gaben pls).In short, if you have the hardware to run these cans, I highly recommend them. With the Schiit stack (heh) I run lo-gain at around 55% on the dial, with 100% windows volume. I have yet to come close to maxing the Zune player volume. 5Monstrously Detailed I like these with a big caveat. I was expecting these to sound somewhat like my DT880-600 ohm (which are great, but open rather than sealed), but they have a *very* different frequency response from the DT880. If you are a nut like me and painstaking equalize all your headphones, then the DT770 will reward you with clear, artifact-free listening. Without EQ, they are just abnormally bright, not harsh mind you, just artificially "enhanced." There may be a place for this if you are listening to them in a noisy environment, but otherwise it becomes distracting and tiresome. On my own head, between 400 Hz and 2.2 kHz as well as above 5 kHz they are way too emphasized. The sub-bass does extend way-way down though, which is great. For reference, I find the AKG K702 to be too bright for my tastes and this is a common sentiment, and when I started listening to the DT770 my first impression was "gee these sound like the K702."Build quality of the DT770 seems very nice. The clamp is strong, but nonetheless they are very comfortable due to the soft velour pads. They are also one of the best isolating headphones I've owned. The ear cups do NOT rotate flat and there is no folding mechanism.For me they are worth the price, but if you don't like messing with EQ I would be very cautious before buying. 4
beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio

beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 250 Ohm Over-Ear Studio Headphones in Black. Closed Construction, Wired for Studio use, Ideal for Mixing in The Studio

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€251,00
Sale price
€251,00
Regular price
€414,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€163,00)