Beyer Dynamic DT 770-Pro
Third we have the Beyer Dynamic DT 770-Pro Closed Circumaural Studio Headphones. These headphones have been around for a while but these seem to be a popular item this week. Here is a review from user paul lee. If you don’t know much about ‘closed’ vs. ‘open’ headphones check out our Editors Choice Headphone post to read up on headphones and see what web likes best.
Closed dynamic headphone, bass reflex design with frequency response equaliazed to diffuse sound
Closed dynamic headphone, bass reflex design with frequency response equaliazed to diffuse sound field.
Description: Closed dynamic headphone, bass reflex design with frequency response equaliazed to diffuse sound… (more)
Price Paid: $129.00 from Guitar Center
Wonderful pristine quality!
I had just sat down to listen to a piano concerto by Edward Grieg (for any pianists out there, the 1st of course) and began to realize exactly why these headphones cost as much as they did…
I could actually HEAR the flautist (flute) taking breaths before playing! I could also hear the bench squeak as the pianist shifted his weight. Then other subtle things such as the sound of the sustain pedal thumping when it comes back up too hard and a cough from the audience…
I was slightly iffy when I bought them on just how much better they’d be than anything I had used before. Much to my surprise, they were worth every penny.
Now, this might be using a screw driver as a hammer… but I noticed that they’re great for watching movies with too. You get that full “window shattering” rumble to the quietist steps.
excellent bass resonance
near complete noise cancellation
great for the casual listener but made for the studio
comfortable on the ears for prolonged listening
96 dB SPL
* Near total silence – 0 dB
* A whisper – 15 dB
* Normal conversation – 60 dB
* A lawnmower – 90 dB
* beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO
* A car horn – 110 dB
* A rock concert or a jet engine – 120 dB
* A gunshot or firecracker – 140 dB
c l u n k y…
1/4″ (6.35mm) adapter is screw on only…
December 8, 2006
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