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Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro Headphones
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Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro Headphones

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Especially well suited for studio environments, the Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro headphones boast a closed-back design and a highly regarded sound. The sound signature is balanced and engaging with an improved bass response, thanks to the company’s bass reflex technology Read More

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DontClickOnSpam
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Nov 16, 2021
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LogictheMorning
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Nov 14, 2021
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brainwave
650
Sep 8, 2021
Upped the price for it, huh... Drop?
BertMcDert
1
Aug 2, 2021
Which impedance should I get if I don't want to have to use an amp?
raansire7
1339
Oct 19, 2021
beyer's 32 ohm headphones are to be used without amps. 80 ohm and up variants all benefit from an amp. They'll sound loud enough without one, but you risk them sounding way too bright and with not as much separation and dynamism as when properly amplified. Even properly amped and with a quality DAC, in my experience, the DT and T series are excessively bright headphones. Without exaggeration, they have jaw-tensing, butt-clenching, eardrum-piercing highs.
porcupince
7
Jul 17, 2021
this or M50x?
Bedlam-Inside
11
Sep 29, 2021
I'm wondering the same. I need to get better at headphone mixing, but wonder if I'm shooting myself in the foot using the M50x's instead of grabbing the tried and true studio-standard BD 70's (maybe even the 90's). Anyone think M50x is better/worse than these bad boys?
Bob3600
188
Jul 16, 2021
Do one of these need an Amp?? Confused LOL/
GaryReg.ca
22
Jul 20, 2021
The DT770s (80Ω) are less efficient than my HD58x (150 Ω) headphones! This surprised me when I was matching levels between the 2 and had to turn the 770s up higher. Therefore I would recommend an good headphone amp with these. The HD58x sound great on my iPhone 8 with the apple adaptor (which BTW outperforms many external DAC/ Amp combinations) https://www.kenrockwell.com/apple/lightning-adapter-audio-quality.htm. No one could tell the difference between my s.o.t.a. MOTU M4 headphone amp and the iPhone 8 in (blind) a/b comparisons.
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Tharindu
18
Jul 16, 2021
Are these still made in Germany, or are they now made in China? 
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GaryReg.ca
22
Jul 21, 2021
Dear Sir or Madam, Thank you for your email. We are pleased to inform you that the DT 770 is manufactured in Germany. Kind reagrds, MARIE BUNTEN KUNDENSERVICE / CUSTOMER CARE T 00800 770 880 99 T +49 7131 617-300 help@beyerdynamic.com
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Tharindu
18
Jul 21, 2021
Thanks a lot Gary :)
GaryReg.ca
22
Jun 24, 2021
And oh by the way the DT770 STUDIOs sound great! A little brighter in the high end than my HD58x cans, but not as warm in the mids; About the same bass as far as I can tell after matching the levels. More comfortable than my Sennheiser HD 280 Pros and better bass. A little disappointed in the construction the metal holders don't slide smoothly into the plastic and are a bit loose.
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GaryReg.ca
22
Jun 23, 2021
I received my DT770 (80Ω) headphones today. They ARE IN FACT STUDIO models as shown in the picture in spite of Drop verifying they would be Pro models! Oh well as I understand it they are the same product. The good news is, they were Delivered to my door, by Canada Post, 3 weeks from the day I ordered them (arrived 3 weeks earlier than the estimate). There was no tax, duty or handling fees! They came Via USPS through Asendia. This is a nice contrast from my HD58x order which took 1 month and 3 days and arrived at the Post Office with a $20.17 charge pending made up of $10.17 Canadian Goods and Services Tax and a $10 DLH fee. Looks like Asendia is the Shipper to use (at least for Canada)! Cheers, Gary PS And BTW they came, landed cost of $171 Canadian. This is $97 cheaper than the best Canadian price from Long & McQuade = $239 + $28 tax = $268. Newegg.ca was $281 plus tax = $315. Amazon.ca was $265 w S&H + 12% tax = $297. See More from Adam Keirstead (Drop Community Support)


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ALMGNOON
31
Jul 20, 2021
how does it compare against the HD58x ?
GaryReg.ca
22
Jul 20, 2021
As previously posted: "And oh by the way the DT770 STUDIOs sound great! A little brighter in the high end than my HD58x cans, but not as warm in the mids; About the same bass as far as I can tell after matching the levels. More comfortable than my Sennheiser HD 280 Pros and better bass. A little disappointed in the construction, as the metal holders don't slide smoothly into the plastic and are a bit loose." I'm finding them pretty comfortable but nothing like the HD58x's or my HD 4.50 BTNC cans that I have added Velour earpads and Headband pads to. Because they're "closed back" I use them for mixing my music. I find comparing the DT770s to the HD58x's and my KEF BBC Monitors is a good cross-reference for level and tone!
GaryReg.ca
22
Jun 4, 2021
Noted on the NorthAmerica-beyerdynamic site "STUDIO nameplate (model identical in construction with DT 770 PRO, 80 Ohm)"! There is a "M" (Monitor) version on the European-beyerdynamic site that apparently clamps tighter than the regular Pro models. "Headphones for monitoring purposes, closed (extremely high isolation from ambient noise) = (35 dBA)." European-beyerdynamic also told me this: "A technical (and audible) difference between all Edition and Pro models is their clamping force to the head: all Pro phones have a tighter fit (which results in slightly louder lows) than the slightly more comfortable Edition models." And this "The models mainly differ in optical details like cable (straight in Edition, coiled in Pro), nameplate (riveted in Edition, printed in Pro) and the headband pad (Edition has a polygrip locking, Pro uses push buttons). Confused yet?
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