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Beyerdynamic DTX910 Performance Headphones

Price: £85.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Adjustable headband
  • 90º swivelling earcup
  • Open back design
  • Single-sided 3 metres cable
  • Ultra-soft ear pads

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  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 10.2 x 21.6 cm ; 227 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: DTX 910
  • ASIN: B0032EQRR6
  • Date first available at 11 Aug 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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The DTX 910 from Beyerdynamic combines circumaural comfort with an unusally linear and natural soundin ultimate detail resolution. 'Nothing get in the way for enjoying music for lovers of classical music or fans of modern musical styles at the highest level of quality. Specifications: Transmission type: Wired Headphone impedance: 32 ohms Headphone frequency response: 15 - 23,000 Hz Construction: Circumaural (around the ear) Cable & plug for headphones/headsets: Straight connecting cable with mini-jack plug (3.5mm) & adapter (6.35 mm) Net weight without packaging: 180 g

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By truthsetter on 5 Aug 2012
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These headphones are very good for listening to either uncompressed WAV files of CDs made using EXACT AUDIO COPY or listening to source formats on a medium grade HiFi. They do take some stages of breaking in to reach their optimum sound so if dull at first do not worry every few hours makes them better. If you are looking for headphones for an upper end HiFi or pro recording purposes you need to double the price strata for the type of wider more open sound that is required. For WAV files off a PC these are perfect and very comfortable. Listen using VLC media player set VLC to between 94% and 104% out of 200% volume while the PC master volume should be between 68 and 78 depending source material with a medium of 74. Strike the balance avoid distortion you will be fine.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MTM on 10 May 2013
Very good indeed - extremely comfortable, and highs and lows exactly where you'd expect. Only snag is that their accuracy can expose deficiencies further up the chain - on a cheap'n'cheerful CD player they sound fantastic, but on my iPod I get a confused midrange. My only conclusion is that the iPod audio circuits aren't really all that good and these headphones show you why..
Not for iPods, as they aren't really good enough to give the DTX's a decent run..

Reserve them for your 'proper' hi-fi..
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These open back headphones are really comfortable and sound great. My only small gripe is the adjustment notches could be firmer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Really? For 70 dollars.... 13 Jan 2014
By Peter A. Johnson - Published on
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Initial impressions of these headphones (after several hours, not really broken in yet) are excellent. Light-weight, comfortable, nice breathable cushions (not plastic) and very good sound. Not as transparent sounding as their big brothers (the DT-990s) but still very fine for under 1 bill. Do I like these better than my Grado SR80i? I don't think so, but it is close - I will hold off that judgment until after a few weeks of use. I do like the design better than the Grados, a little more sturdy and look to be built to last a while. (We will see; Made in China...arghhhh...)

What I like about the sound is that the bass is very tight and smooth, and not exagerrated. The high end is very clean and provides for really nice stereo imaging; they don't sound like they are on your ears, but in and around your head. Overall, the sound is pretty flat without a lot of coloration, which is what I like in a headphone. Also, these seem to be very easily driven to high volumes, unlike the DT-990s. (There is always a trade-off somewhere, eh?)

These are very good headphones at any price, but at the $70 range I think nearly imposiible to beat. So far, pretty darn happy with what I got for 70 dollars....

Update after some weeks of use - I am still very pleased with these headphones. Confort on these is great - I can wear them for several hours and feel any discomfort from them. I guess that my head is about average size, hat size is somehting like 7 3/8. The stereo imaging has improved with break-in, probably indicating improved driver balance after break-in. In any case, they sound really nice for arouond $70 dollars. I will update this again when I have a chance to listen to these next to my Grado SR80i. My initial thought is that the comparison will be close.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Not for mobile use 22 Nov 2013
By Zhanrui - Published on
These headphones are only for a quiet stationary environment. They're open headphones which means that sounds can get in and out rather easily which prevent them from being used in a noisy environment or if you don't want to let anyone else hear what you're hearing too. The cords are long so you will have a lot of excess if you plug them into your phone and put them in your pocket. However if used while stationary is not a problem at all. They're also rather thick and the stress points at the connector seem quite well protected so I do not see any problems with cabling.

Sound wise they seem to be quite flat with a wide and airy soundstage that is expected of an open headphones. However clarity and separation wise it could be better. However for the price that they're going for it is not a bad pair of headphones. I would recommend them if you mostly listen to orchestral or jazz. These are a poor choice for electronic music with lots of synthesisers and such

The pads of the headphones are also comfortable and it doesn't clamp on my head very tightly so no problems with that even though I wear glasses which can be a problem with tight fitting headphones. Lastly when I move my head around sometimes there is the sound of plastic creaking as the headphones shift on my head but personally if the music is good I don't really notice it that often.
Overall if its a pair of open headphones you are searching for I would still recommend the Grado Prestige Series SR80i Stereo Headphone if you don't mind paying slightly more.
They are very light and comfortable, although the ear openings should have been a ... 17 July 2014
By Martin Reck - Published on
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Although less expensive, the sound of these Chinese made Beyers is quite different from the two German made models with which I am familiar. The 770 Pros have a very balanced sound. The DT 440s are very bright with a subjectively weak low end. Out of the box, these have a weak high end that makes the music sound veiled, although after a couple of weeks of use the high end is stronger. I discovered that an equalizer (such as in an Ipod Classic) can bring these to life. I use the treble increase setting, although this has become less necessary as the phones break in. If it weren't for the equalizer, I probably would have returned these, but am now glad I didn't. They are very light and comfortable, although the ear openings should have been a little larger. So little pressure, however, that it really doesn't matter.
Very good and light headphones 2 Jan 2014
By Haidyll Amin - Published on
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Bought it for my dad for his birthday. I'm more amazed by how fast it got delivered.
The sound quality is very good for it's price point.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
sounds great... did it have to come with an electric guitar cable? 19 Mar 2014
By roberto torres - Published on
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Sound is very well balanced and headphone is comfortable. However, I find the thick and inflexible cable a nuisance. Has anyone tried replacing it? or can it be "softened"? Aside from this, the other 5 star reviews were spot on. Thank You!
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