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Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro Headphones
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$199

Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro Headphones

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Known for making some of the finest headphones around, Beyerdynamic puts years of audio research and expert design into every set of cans. Another entry in the company's successful DT line, the DT990 Pro headphones have a lighter weight and a slightly adjusted sound signature compared to their Premium counterparts Read More

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Sunkiz
21
Dec 8, 2021
Surprisingly easy to drive with 80 ohms version pair with a Fiio K1 inline DAC Amp with respectable volume! listening to YouTube audio file, low bitrate coming from my iPhone mini SE 2020. also tried it my desktop setup: Audio GD NFB-15 and THX AAA 789, truly stun with the K1 portable nature and yet still deliver wonder SQ and SPL. granted its not DSD/Balanced Level. but I am able to bring this with me on the go during my Train commute. Highly recommended. Also own the following headphones (Focal ELEX, HD 58X, Madhouse Argon MKII, T60RP, HE400i, HE4XX, HE5SE, and DT770 Pro 80ohms). This setup is my portable "go to". Love it with my LG V20 Quad DAC pairing as well. but the phone is just too large in my pocket. Paid $35 used. but this easily worth $150 if you get them new. Some might find the treble fatiguing. But I am fine with the detail trade off and nice wide sound stage provided by the Fiio K1.
currently on sale over audio46 com for 139 with free shipping
EdTheNerd
175
Aug 16, 2021
Why do you still list the MSRP as $300 when its not? Not just amazon, but Bayerdynamic's own site list the MSRP at $179, and both have it for sale at your $160 price. Not that anyone should be shocked you sell things at MSRP now, but the comments have been pointing out your incorrect MSRP for months.
Masaraksh
37
Aug 16, 2021
This or 6XX for piano classic music?
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raansire7
1339
Sep 30, 2021
As an owner of both headphones, for piano classic music, I feel the HD 6XX would do much better. The DT 990 are unnaturally bright and sound much wider and further away.
Axelpanic
21
Jul 13, 2021
250 ohm on Amazon for $150. This isn’t a deal.
Aznablerey
203
Jun 11, 2021
80 ohm? Ew. Hard pass.
JaegerD
187
Jun 13, 2021
Amazon has the 250 for less to include shipping
VitaJohnny
21
Jun 11, 2021
MSRP is $300 huh? I really wonder what kind of nerve do they have to put that BS up while Beyerdynamic's official NA online shop said $179 for MSRP: https://north-america.beyerdynamic.com/dt-990-pro.html Come on Drop... Come on...
I dunno about the spammers, but the semantic games from you in this thread sure were a waste of time. Enjoy overpaying for products on Drop, droplet!
JaegerD
187
Jul 29, 2021
I'm glad you spent the time on it, it must be an important issue to you, having gone through the thread and spending so, so, so much time on it. One person's semantics are another's accurate portrayal/representation. Ditto bronyboi, figured I'd just use some weird moniker for you since you've decided to do the same for myself.
CobelAli
48
Jun 11, 2021
Where is the discount? It's the same price on Amazon with Prime shipping.
CobelAli
48
Jun 11, 2021
You have a valid point about different impedances. I did not know the price was higher for a low impedance version. I couldn't find the MSRPs on Beyerdynamic's website. Could you please point me to where you found different prices for various impedances?
postwarscars
1197
Jun 11, 2021
The link from @JaegerD above has both versions, with separate pricing. The 80 ohm is $179, while the 250 are $159.
TheTrueSlushy
21
Apr 10, 2021
MSRP of $300... sure.
Roger176
5
Apr 10, 2021
Thought the same... They cost less than the offered 150$ even in Switzerland - Drop: drop it!
Brickcity77
21
Apr 10, 2021
Just wondering if these are about the best headphones at the $150 range? If not, which are? Thanks in advance! Was also thinking about 58x and Hifiman but open to anything really. Love Electronic music and reggae for the most part. Some live and acoustic thrown in as well. Cheers
raansire7
1339
Sep 30, 2021
These sound very wide and deep, but are unnaturally bright and piercing in the treble. I had the 250 ohm and they were perfect for dull-sounding gospel reggae tracks or older music. For electronic music, they were unbearable on most commercial tracks, but making my own, I could tame the highs and still had them translate elsewhere.
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