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The DT 770 PRO is a closed dynamic headphone and has been designed for critical music and sound monitoring. The single sided cable makes the handling of the headphone easy. The cushion system allows the DT 770 PRO to be used comfortably for long periods of time.
Product Type: Headphone
General Features: Gold Plated
Headphone Type: Ear-cup, Over-the-head
Headset Type: Stereo
Interface Connection: Mini-phone
Product Title: Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Headphone
Power Score: 4.7 | 2 Reviews
Overall Min Frequency Response: 5 Hz
Sensitivity: 96 dB
Overall Max Frequency Response: 35 kHz
Weight: 9.52 oz
Cord Length: 9.84 ft
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (2)
BeyerDynamic 770DT Headphones
Strengths: Sound quality; DEEP tight Bass, Fluid Midrange and Detailed Highs, Hard plastic enclosure, Very comfortable to wear for long periods of listening and velour pads which I have never had to replace,
Weakness: Hard plastic enclosure (looks cheap), Coiled cord (however sturdy)could be longer, Long break-in.
First of all I am a 'so-called' musician... so that lends me to a certain realm of tactful taste. That being said I'll move on...I am listening to these headphones as I scribe this article. They are about 7 years old and have logged a many thousand hours of listening; on musical material from Jazz, R&B, Funk, Classical and a host of stage performances, with no excesses of sonic input to threaten...
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First of all I am a 'so-called' musician... so that lends me to a certain realm of tactful taste. That being said I'll move on...I am listening to these headphones as I scribe this article. They are about 7 years old and have logged a many thousand hours of listening; on musical material from Jazz, R&B, Funk, Classical and a host of stage performances, with no excesses of sonic input to threaten the electronics.
Currently, I am listening to "Tribes, Vibes and Scribes, by a Smooth Jazz group known as 'incognito' (just for those who are unaware of the group). Instrumentally, they consist of Guitar, Bass, Drums, Percussion, Keyboards, Synths, Trombone, Trumpet, Sax, Male and Female Vocals. The soundstage on this CD sonically is, tight and onstage front and center, hence the basis of this posted topic. The highs are clear and crisp with detailed transparency. Midrange is 'fluid and roomy' with an immediate sense of 'uncolored presence'. The Bass, well now that is an interesting range, on these phones. Remember they have had a really, really long break-in period. To my ears the Bass is very, very deep and well defined. In this material there are several passages of Bass focused solos and SynthBass backup. Man, it is like being on stage with the musicians. As Steely Dan would say: “No static at all", ably reproducing the fundamentals 'down to the lowest frequency’ of the instruments on this CD. No coloration at all...none whatsoever. Other material that I have been entertained, produced similar or distinctly different soundstages, WYHIWYG...( tight = tight, dispersed = wide and open, muddied = opaque, "What you hear is what you get" with these phones).
I am surprised that no one has written a review of these cans, since they are an older version and really are over looked. Theirs is a pleasurable offering of ‘price to quality’. Yeah, they are plastic and the cord is coiled and I am listening to them through a TASCAM GT1mkII, but the bell shaped curve most likely does use some similar piece of equipment as well. As stated before, I am a 'musician', without us there would be no 'audiophiles'. By the way, I have listened to these cans with a NAD amp and dedicated HEADROOM and GRADO headphone amps. The sound is even more superb using those pieces of equipment. However, for those of us who enjoy phones for 'whatever their use', these cans kick!
My other cans are GRADO 125 and 325i, as well as some real old SONY MDR-V6's which are real crisp and detailed after 15 years of use but have started to become somewhat 'static prone'. These Beyerdynamic 770DT’s are well worth considering if you want a can that will place you on stage with the musicians (a great feeling if you are one) instead of the audiophilic audience several rows back! (p.s. as with any can, leave them playing on a suitable music material at a reasonable volume for several weeks before you attempt to critique any costly headphone…) AND PROTECT YOUR HEARING, which is why most cannot hear any detail sought after on headphones!!!!
By Aranos - Feb 27, 2007
BeyerDynamic DT 770 Pro
Testseek.com has collected 7 expert reviews for BeyerDynamic DT 770 Pro and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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By testseek.com - Oct 31, 2008