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Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Headphones

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  • Closed Headphone
  • Adjustable Bass
  • Replaceable accessories
  • 16ohm drivers
  • 3.5mm Jack with 1/4 adapter
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Technical Details
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions25.4 x 15.2 x 12.7 cm
Item model numberCustom One Pro
ColourNoir
  
Additional Information
ASINB008XEYT48
Best Sellers Rank 1,182 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight640 g
Date First Available28 Sep 2012
  
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CUSTOM ONE PRO is a professional headphone for studio and home applications. A special feature of this headphone is the changeable sound which can be selected in four stages from an analytical sound to a rich, full bass via the “CUSTOM Sound Slider” bass reflex vents at the housing shells. Another property of these “CUSTOM Sound Slider” feature is the more they are closed, the more they attenuate ambient noise considerably. The versatile design with replaceable accessories gives the headphone a special individuality. By purchasing coloured covers, rings, ear and headband pads the user can change the look of the headphone at any time. The single-sided cable is a plug-in type with a gold-plated mini jack plug (3.5 mm). It is available in different versions and lengths for most various applications. The movable yokes and adjustable headband of spring steel allow a perfect fit for each head size. Soft, replaceable ear and headband pads ensure a pleasant comfort of wearing.

Box Contains

Custom One headphone
1/4 inch adaprer
Lead with 3.5mm jack plug
Cover removal tool to change style and colours

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dale Thorn TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 31 July 2013
Sources: iPhone5 alone, iPhone5 with FiiO E07k using LOD, iPhone5 using v-moda Verza DAC/amp, various computers using HRT Microstreamer DAC/amp.

First impression of the Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro (COP): A fairly neutral sound, and depending on where the bass switch is set, slightly more bassy than the Beyer DT770 32 ohm Limited Edition (a.k.a. 88th Anniversary Edition) at position 3, and slightly less bassy at position 2. Compared to the better headphones I've had such as the Sennheiser HD600 and HD650, the Shure 1840, the Grado PS500 and a few others, the COP has a treble that's just right - not bright, not sibilant, not harsh with anything I've played. The treble is stronger in the lower (presence) area, giving it a fairly lively sound, but less strong in the upper treble, although it doesn't roll off to the extent that the Sennheiser Momentum does. The bass is variable with the bass port switch settings, but at the no.2 and no.3 positions I used for best sound, the bass was reasonably tight and smooth, and did not impact negatively on the midrange.

To best describe the COP's midrange, which I find to be nearly coloration-free (better than the DT770LE, and much better than the ATH M50), I'll compare it to the DT770LE: The DT770LE has a somewhat hollow or "cavernous" midrange sound, where the COP is more neutral. The DT770LE has a darker bias to the midrange while the COP has a lighter bias. The DT770LE's presence area (~3 khz to 6 khz) is slightly recessed, while the COP is more energetic, but less energetic than the Sennheiser Momentum. The DT770LE's upper treble has a peak around 8 to 10 khz that is slightly irritating on perhaps 25 percent of my music tracks, while the COP is free of that.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Master CM Rockliffe on 20 Jan 2013
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Let's start with what was in the box.

Contained the headphones, manual, a 3.5mm to 6.3mm screw on adapter, a perfect length detachable wire (not sure how long), warranty and an allen key (hex key to some). It was simple to open and easy to get to - which I like. Please note though, that they are absolutely HUGE. I wouldn't really want to wear them out in public. I have a pair of X41's, and after wearing CPO, the 41's looked as though they should have gone on my ear.

Before I go any further, if you haven't already read the title, I used to have a pair of Bose OE V1. They weren't half bad, and as I get all my Bose products VAT free, it wasn't such a bad deal. I just found they lacked in every spectrum. Bass was more rumble, lack in mids, and pretty much no highs. They were, however, exceptionally comfy, and the case that came with them was brilliant.

1. HIGHS

The highs were amazing straight out of the box. I've recently started listening to even more genres of music, including airy stuff (don't know the name of the genre, artist name is Exist Strategy). My god, it was as if there was actually new instruments and sounds in the songs. The sound can only be described as graceful. It's amazingly relaxing. I'd give them overall a 10/10

2. MIDS

As I said before, when I first got them out of the box, they were lacking big time. However after extremely large amounts of use, they're appearing. Slowly, but they are. Don't let me put you off though, they were still better than the Bose out of the box. Sometimes, however, I feel as though the bass has to compensate for the lack of bass, and you start getting boomy sub bass, which is not what I wanted. If I had wanted insane amounts of bass, I would have gone with Sony's XB series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Niki on 16 Dec 2014
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These headphones are for people who prefer a warmer tone to music and strong bass. They concentrate on lower midrange, and of course the bass is adjustable from light to extreme! And the port switch really woks. It’s quite a startling difference. Even at “Linear” setting, the bass is powerful. At “Heavy”, it’s just insane!
Personally I found the “Linear” setting perfectly acceptable. The “Vibrant” and “Heavy” were just too heavy for me, but I still think very useful if your amp lacks serious bass or you aren’t sure how much bass you need.
Bass is definitely where these headphones are. Mine haven’t run-in yet, but the one thing that is very noticeable is the definition in the extreme bass is improving all the time. You know the bass I mean – the type you can’t exactly hear, but you rather feel instead.
Apparently the upper mid becomes more bold as they run-in, but I haven’t run mine long enough for that yet.
They are most certainly amongst the top when it comes to comfort. They entirely cover your ears and don’t grip too tightly, although they do grip a little, so perhaps don’t quite rate as the best when it comes to that. Something like Sennheiser HD600’s are more comfortable, but then they are in a different price bracket.
So! If you want a rich, warm sounding, comfortable pair of headphones, or perhaps you need a little bass boost, then these are well worth considering. Certainly good value for money and for the money they deserve five stars. There are better headphones around, but only if you are prepared to spend a lot more.
Oh, incidentally, the cable is 1.5m long, just in case that's important to you.
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