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Beyerdynamic DT-150-250-GREY Closed Dynamic Monitoring Headphone for use in Loud Environments

4.3
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  • Closed dynamic headphone
  • Excellent ambient noise attenuation
  • Powerful neodymium system for excellent reproduction accuracy
  • Wide frequency response (5-30.000 Hz)
  • Capable of handling very high SPL

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Customer Reviews

Just fantasticBlocks out ambient sound, *amazing* frequency response, and so low resistance that, if you're traveling, they can be driven sufficiently by an iPod. I keep a pair at work if I need to concentrate and a pair at home which I also travel with. I can't imagine a better pair of headphones.I also really like the large "ear box" which fits nicely over, for instance, people with large ears (or stretched earlobe piercings). Some great-sounding other options (all Sennheisers I've tried, among others) do not fit so nicely over my ears. They are reasonably light, as well, considering how bulky they are.5Flatter than KansasIf you're looking for good mixing headphones, look no further. These are unforgivingly flat. I can hear mixing mistakes in popular songs thanks to these that I can never unhear. Don't buy if you want phones that sound pretty. Seriously the flattest headphones I've ever heard. Great sound isolation too. They also feel bulletproof. seriously a great buy if you need to mix in potentially noisy environments (like near AC or something). Goddam flatter than f____ng Florida.5Good value for the moneyThe DT-150 is a nice warm and balanced sounding set of headphones that tilts slightly slightly toward the dark side of neutral regarding the low mids and bass.Compared to the B&W P7, the Beyer DT150 has a wider sound stage, has a deeper and more natural musical presentation, and a slightly sweeter sound overall. It does not reproduce quite the same clarity, or extend the trebles and bass, or roll back the mids the same as the B&W P7 but the Beyer DT-150 does sound "bigger:" and more frequency neutral, and has a better sounding bass response.Build quality is very good and solid, and its comfortable to wear even tho its sort of "low tech" in its bulky '70s aesthetic design.Its one of those phones that does nothing great but handles everything well, and does sound good.Its not going to give you AKG 702 clarity and no bass, and it does not punch out the mids or overly extend the treble as does the KEF M500s.Its unique and neutral analog and slightly dark@soft sound is very enjoyable.Not for Bass Heads and not for Treble Junkies.Will sound best with an amp.4smaller than they look - Not as uncomfortable as they look - Sturdy and robustPros:- Not as ugly as they look in the pictures; smaller than they look- Not as uncomfortable as they look- Sturdy and robust; decent constructionCons:- Sound quality does not match great reviews- Poorly matched drivers, factory quality control- Not as comfortable as my other headphones (eg. Sennheiser HD518, AudioTechnica ATH-M40x, AKG K712)I bought these headphones primarily based on the great reviews at innerfidelity and head-fi org (for closed headphones). Unfortunately the sound quality of the headphones I got does not match those reviews, and does not match the nearly $200 price. Better IMO to buy $80-$120 dollar headphones for similar or better sound quality. When I first got these, sound quality was immediately not great. I went to audiocheck net/soundtests_headphones php (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for testing your headphones), and ran the audio test files. I found that the drivers were very poorly matched and inconsistent across the frequency range. I got decent sub-bass response in the left driver, but no sub-bass and weaker low- and mid- bass in the right driver. There was unacceptably high variation (for ~$200 headphones) left-to-right in the drivers' full range frequency response, resulting in poor/inconsistent stereo imaging. Surprisingly my 'cheap' $60 Sennheiser HD518 headphones performed better in these tests.I do believe the DT150 headphones have the potential to match those great reviews. But you may need to return your headphones several times before you get a set with properly matched drivers. I've read many (anecdotal) accounts here and elsewhere of dead and/or miss-matched drivers in Beyerdynamic low- and mid-range headphones (DT- series). This gives the impression that Beyerdynamic's quality control is inadequate or at best inconsistent. Beyerdynamic is now off my list of 'buy' options. I'm back to considering Sennheiser HD380, Shure SRH840, AKG K550/K553, and even AT M50x, for my 'closed' headphone needs.Regarding comfort and feel, these headphones are just OK. Not great but alright. They are a bit heavy (compared to HD518, M40x, K712), and may be a bit pinched or tight for large heads. The ear pads don't have a lot of give and feel like closed-cell foam. Not nearly as soft as memory-foam or open-cell foam pads. While not burdensome, these won't ever let you forget your wearing headphones.EDIT: I was looking for a set of close-back headphones to complement my AKG712's, for those times when the world is being too noisy. I returned these and got the ATH-M40x for $80. The M40x are all-around better headphones, in aesthetics, comfort, and sound quality. I highly recommend the M40x for all-purpose close-back headphones.2Finally I found the perfect match for my hrt microstreamerFinally I found the perfect match for my hrt microstreamer!Warm and balanced sound plus pretty nice soundstage. The only weird thing is the cable placed at the right side.This headphone should be more popular. My other cans are Sennheiser hd650, beyerdynamic 770 pro LE and V Moda M100.These ones are gonna replace my hd650 for shure.If you can't afford the new dt1770 you should consider this dt150.5Home.Beautiful, organic, lush. I can't really express how well this can makes music a visceral experience in a way very few headphones do. It's certainly counter to the presentation of a lot of modern hifi-- it's balanced to my ear-- it's not neurotically extracting detail (though I never don't hear something new when I use them even on familiar recordings), it's not driving subbass to impress (though it does have the capacity to make ENORMOUS bass if it's there), it's not trying to attain bat-ear treble (though I've heard it characterized as a 'dark' headphone, which it isn't). What it is is aiming at a good balanced presentation of musical information with adequate weight with detail that comes out of the recording. To my ear, a lot of cans seem to be trying to impress.. at first, i put the DT150s on coming from Beyer 770pros, and found them pretty mid-centric, and maybe even a little dull- but adjusting for a couple of days, I MUCH prefer the 150s. I also have Grado SR80s and my cheapie work cans-- Audio Technica M20s- and it isn't that any of those are outright imbalanced or bad sounding headphones-- I just find the balance, heft, and drive addictive on the DT150's, and I find myself WANTING to listen more, whereas I'm always glad to listen to music on any of the others, but I don't want to just park it and dig through my favorite recordings to the same extent, and really, isn't that the point?I also use these for recording and mixing music, and their great isolation and non fatiguing sound is super helpful in that regard. There are days they live on my head for a LONG time. And somehow, I'll put them right back on and listen more. Having a reliable sonic reference is SO valuable in the context of engineering, and I've really come to rely on these as just that-- not only are they a great tool, but i also LIKE to listen on them.Are they goofy looking? Sure. Are the earpads sticky hot and uncomfortable? Not in my experience- but maybe a little bit. Are they hard to drive? I sure don't think so, but I have amplifiers, so don't expect a lot of volume out of a phone. It's not from an era of underpowered Iphones. But neither am I.I will say though, that I really do think that these cans work much better for people who listen louder than softer. They really do seem to benefit from some volts across the terminals-- so if you're a quiet classical listener and detail extraction at mouse volume is your bag-- they may not suit you nearly as well as some of the hyper detailed cans out there. But if, like me, you listen with some volume... these will take anything you throw at them with aplomb and give you a great listening experience if the Beyer house sound is something you love. I definitely do, and suspect these will be going nowhere until they eventually expire, after which they'll be immediately replaced with another pair.5Terrible audioI really wanted to like this but the audio was just terrible. It was about on par with the $30 bluetooth set I wear at the gym and not at all worth the $150 it costs. At that price my ATH-M50 and HD 598Cs are better and cheaper.2GreatBest for studio use5Thank You Beyerdynamic, for another EXCELLENT headphone!!!!Criminally underrated headphones man, I cannot stress that enough. First, let me tell you what cans I've been ***blessed*** to own, to add perspective to this review.(In ascending order of preference)Grado sr80; Sennheiser HD555; HD280pro; Equation Audio rp-22x; Beyerdynamic DTX 900; Beyerdynamic DT770/80--Victor Jvc HP-M1000; AKG K701, DT 880 2003 edition; DT 880 250 OHM 2005 edition; and now, DT 150-250 on top of them ALL.What makes them better than all of these cans? I must say, in nutshell, it would be its BIG bass when needed, e.g. in genres like electronic/drum and bass; excellent, neutral mids, where vocals reside; highly extended high frequency response that gives the DT 150's sound a gloss of clarity, but remains non-abusive by eschewing any undue harshness; a very big, and particularly airy soundstage, one so well done that its quality cannot be reconciled with the fact that these are CLOSED headphones; great isolation from outside noise; very tough build quality, which, of course, is by and large idiosyncratically Beyerdynamic; and lastly, excellent comfort. Allow me to elaborate on these characteristics(*me fights back fan boy impulses this can evokes in me*).First, comfort and build quality. Since I got this headphone last week, I've fallen asleep with them on at least 3 times. Nuff said about the comfort=p If you've already owned a Beyer can, you'd know that they are built to take some abusing and keep on persevering. However, mishandle them absentmindedly, and they just MAY give in, as I've learned from experience that even the strongest built cans cannot withstand carelessness. And why should they? They're $200 headphones...that's $200 you'd probably don't want to see going down the drain by "seeing" if they can take a pounding. As closed cans, I find the DT 150's leakage kind of poor, but isolation from outside noise is excellent, as I cannot hear the whir of my computer's fans as I listen to music.How about the sound? Excellent. I repeat, EXCELLENT. O.K., maybe I'm being a little fan boyish, but please allow me to explain. I like drum and bass. What is drum and bass, you say? Mainly drums and bass, with harmonizing synths and other instruments to flavor the sound. As the genre's name implies, bass is a major player of the game. With the DT 150s, each bass note is clearly heard, while the bass response extends very low, and can even pick itself up from politeness to displays of subwoofery strenghts. But of course, the bass isn't always that prominent, as it shouldn't be in genres like jazz.What really compelled me to write this review was in fact some jazz I was listening to, bossa nova jazz to be exact. Prior to writing this review, I was lying down enjoying these headphones, when this beautiful song came on. Here we move to the excellent mids performance of the DT 150's. As the first seconds of the song passed, a small group of male vocalists started singing. And man, how splendid did they sound. I heard layers of the men's voices, all clearly separated, yet integrated into each other. Their voices were full, smooth, and very detailed. All of this was clearly heard within the sounds of the accompanying instruments.As the men's voices receded into silence, an orchestra stepped up to the forefront of the song(more accurately, to the left and a little to the back of the soundstage, more on that, later), and treated me to a deliciously airy, detailed, and rich sound of the stringed instruments. As their part of the song crescendos, the violins joyfully sing a sweet song of highs that remain light, yet present. Then the real fun begins......African drums to the far left of center, lead singer in the middle, piano man hitting his keys in rapid succession - to the right and above - all without any congestion of the instruments' sounds. Along with stunning clarity(mp3 bitrate dependent), it was a true display of the DT 150's superb soundstage(At least according to my headphone experience), one so good that I got off my posterior and said, "hey, I GOT to write a review of this headphone!"And so, here we are, at the end of this review, a review of these excellent headphones that imo are "criminally" underrated. But I've written enough of these headphones, as the music is calling me! Peace=]5Good engineeringGood isolation and wide range for price. Highly recommend. All parts are replaceable too. Not your average headphone. Built to last.5
Beyerdynamic DT-150-250-GREY Closed Dynamic Monitoring Headphone for use in Loud Environments

Beyerdynamic DT-150-250-GREY Closed Dynamic Monitoring Headphone for use in Loud Environments

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€325,00
Sale price
€325,00
Regular price
€536,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€211,00)