Beyerdynamic T5p Wired Headset for Smartphone/MP3 Devices-Black/Grey
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- Excellent ambient noise attenuation
- Expressive sound experience from the very first moment
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|Colour||noir;argent||Silver||Black and Silver||Black and Silver||Grey||Grey|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over-ear||Over-ear||on-ear||Over-ear||Over-Ear||Over-Ear|
|Item Dimensions||10.16 x 17.78 x 21.59 cm||21.59 x 15.24 x 29.21 cm||21.08 x 19.81 x 6.86 cm||7.62 x 27.94 x 10.16 cm||25.4 x 31.5 x 11 cm||12.7 x 25.4 x 20.32 cm|
|Item Weight||227 grams||360 grams||363 grams||454 grams||259 grams||454 grams|
The T5p is the first high-end mobile headphone. The Tesla technology developed by Beyerdynamic has made this experience possible. The mobile audiophile headphone can be connected anywhere, at all times and even to low-power, portable devices. Its special technology ensures enjoyment of the detail-rich sound. The accessories supplied with the headphone meet the needs of sophisticated mobile hi-fi users. The extension cable provided, for example, helps the T5p also connect to fixed devices, such as the home stereo to achieve impressive sound experiences. Wherever you are, your T5p enables you to quickly enter your own world of sound and forget everything else around you for a few moments. Box Contains Headphones; Hard case ; jack cable.
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it is quite comfortable, not too heavy, the cable is fine, very detailed and it feels like that it has a flat response.
Sources: 24 Bit AIFF, ALAC and WAV files through Macbook Air (iTunes + Bit Perfect) and Metrum Acoustics Octave DAC to Beyerdynamic A1
8.7.13 - I heard T5p needed A LOT of running-in time so I've put them through 50 hours of taped white noise to loosen them up. The result: a hugely-detailed yet incoherently-imaged audio mess. The sound of soup: you can hear every nuance in a recording but the organization is all over the shop. No stereo image, no space; headphones you might respect (for their detail), but definitely not love. I'll try giving them more running-in time (and post if my impressions change) but so far they are an enormous, and very expensive, disappointment.
Update 13.7.13 - After 100 hours of running in (taped white noise), they have begun to open up and reveal some scale, image and organization. I've upped my rating to 3 stars (from 2). While they're vastly improved from the incoherent, unpleasant (frankly) mess they were 50 hours ago and have begun to be a listening pleasure, I'm still not convinced that I'm listening to headphones worth 850 GBP. Will listen further and post updates.
Update 24.7.13 - 200 hours in (and no listening to music in the meantime), they are improved still, but my 3 star rating hasn't changed. The level of detail is impressive, scale and organization however leave something to be desired. Rhythms are handled well, vocals far less so. Still not convinced I'm listening to a 850GBP set of phones, much less one driven by a 800GBP headphone amp.
It's all horses for courses, of course, but to me the T5P are far from impressive. Personally I never feel I'm 'inside' a recording with these in the same way I do with good set of earbuds: it feels as though the recording stopped at the door instead of coming right in. And I thought that was the whole point of headphones...
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