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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm
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- Closed over-ear headphones, ideal for professional recording and monitoring
- Perfect for studio and stage recordings thanks to their pure, high-resolution sound. Headphone frequency response 5 - 35.000 Hz
- The soft, circumaural and replaceable velour ear pads ensure high wearing comfort
- Hard-wearing, durable and robust workmanship Made in Germany
- Practical single-sided cable (3.0 m cable). Headphone frequency response: 5Hz - 35 KHz. Nominal sound pressure level: 96 dB
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|Connectivity Technology||Wired||USB; Wired||Wired||USB; Wired||USB; Wired||Wired|
|Headphones Form Factor||Over-Ear||Over-ear||Over-Ear||Over-Ear||Over-ear||over-ear|
|Item Dimensions||25.4 x 12.7 x 20.32 cm||28.96 x 25.4 x 10.41 cm||17.78 x 10.16 x 21.59 cm||12.7 x 15.24 x 25.4 cm||28.96 x 25.4 x 10.41 cm||11.3 x 19.9 x 21.2 cm|
|Item Weight||454 grams||285 grams||0.78 kg||0.91 kg||240 grams||0.82 kg|
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The true studio classic, but not only popular amongst professionals.
From the manufacturer
The Studio Classic
A tried and tested design - popular with the professionals and music lovers alike.
Professional users all over the world have relied on our classic series for years: DT 770 / 880 / 990 PRO. As a studio reference they shone with detailed resolution and a very transparent sound.
The DT 770 PRO is the closed studio headphone offering superior noise isolation and therefore the perfect choice for vocal recordings. Strong bass response and superior top-end clarity mean it is ideally suited to detailed mixing and monitoring.
Headphone variations for different applications
32 Ohm - for mobile devices
Experience studio quality sound everywhere you go, this impedance is ideal for smartphones, tablets and laptops.
80 Ohm - for general studio use
The 80 Ohm headphone is the right choice for all studio situations, whether recording, monitoring or mixing.
DT 770M - Monitor Headphones
Also 80 Ohms, these headphones are designed for even greater sound isolation, ideally suited to drummers and loud recording environments.
250 Ohm - Studio Mixing
The high impedance of this model results in increased sensitivity, dynamics and frequency response, ideally suited for detailed mixing in the studio.
The Reference for the Studio
The wide stereo image and strong bass response makes the DT 770 PRO a reliable reference point in the studio and a trusted companion for producers and audio engineers. The DT 770 PRO is a reliable tool for studio monitoring, mixing and mastering, as the highly sensitive transducers ensure the smallest adjustments in panning, EQ or dynamics can be easily heard.
With its closed-back design, the DT 770 PRO offers superior isolation from ambient noise and virtually zero bleed. This benefit alone has made it the first choice for vocalists and broadcasters in the studio for decades, providing clean recordings free of any unwanted noise. The low frequencies are precise and powerful, without being overbearing, while top end is clear and very present without sounding shrill.
Total Comfort and One-Sided Cable
The sturdy steel headband gives the headset a secure fit. Soft, adjustable ear cups contribute to great wearing comfort for extended periods. The cable, which is attached on just one side, accommodates frequent adjustment and removal of the DT 770 PRO without cable tangles. Its extra light weight construction makes it very easy to wear.
|DT 770 PRO||DT 880 PRO||DT 990 PRO|
|Construction Type||Closed (strong noise isolation)||Semi-Open (low noise level)||Open (noise escapes)|
|Sound||Prominent bass, less spatial, transparent, detailed||Neutral, relaxed, relatively spatial, more restrained bass, transparent||Balanced bass and treble, analytical, very spatial, transparent|
|Cable (length and type)||16 Ohm: 3 m straight cable, 32 Ohm: 1.6 m straight cable, 80 Ohm: 3 m straight cable, 250 Ohm: 3 m coiled cable||3 m coiled cable||3 m coiled cable|
|Accessories||Stereo jack adapter 6.3 mm, drawstring bag, instruction manual||Stereo jack adapter 6.3 mm, drawstring bag, instruction manual||Stereo jack adapter 6.3 mm, drawstring bag, instruction manual|
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I can write this below and then c/p to all my DT's Reviews:
What is the difference between higher ohm and 32ohm DT headphones everyone is asking?
Which one should I choose? Higher ohm ones have more quality, I want them! No, that is not completely true.
32ohm => If you listen to Youtube/SpotifyFree and you don't have Quality Amp/DAC then 32ohm DT's WILL sound better and be better choice.
Higher OHM=> If you have a good Amp which can drive 100ohm+ headphones, you have a quality DAC, you listen to at least 320kbit MP3's, but usually FLAC/CD/DVD/Tidal then yes, higher ohm headphones will sound better.
Getting a quality DAC and Amp costs money (a lot of) so if you don't have it and you don't want to invest in it than skip higher ohm ones if you don't listen to HQ music. However, will you get better sound with more ohms, that is correct, yes.
As explained in a simple thing, more ohms with more "resistance" will "return speakers much faster in place where they've been".
More faster they return they will faster continue reproducing another sound/wave, hence the usage in Pro/Studio equipment to spot any issues.
These are German engineering at its best - well made, with interchangeable parts (so if you wear something out, you simply replace the part, rather than the entire unit). I've had mine a number of years now and they've lasted exceptionally well, still on my original headband, and while the padding is finally wearing on the ear cups, I have a backup set of cups ready to swap once they finally bite the dust.
Comfort wise, these are excellent, have good isolation of sound (they are closed back after all); the headband has plenty of padding, the ear cups easily cover the ears with a nice velour padding to avoid chaffing, etc after long periods of use. They are a tad heavy (the trade off for well made kit), and do take a little getting used to if you've only ever used lightweight/cheaper headphones, but take it from me they are well worth getting used to.
Anyway, these are headphones after all right; so what is the sound quality like? Essentially, these are a fantastic set of headphones that, when used on their own sound pretty good, but truly come into their own when combined with a good quality DAC and headphone amplifier - I've noticed new nuances and details in music that I've been listening for years, they have excellent separation and a deceptively large soundscape for a closed back pair of headphones. Bass is very clearly defined with no muddiness; it can range from boomy or soft nicely and (when paired with a good DAC) has no perceivable clipping in the lower end and plenty of detail in the lows overall. Treble is nice with very little sibilance, there is plenty of detail here as well.
- Stand-alone use is very good, with plenty of detail showing across the range, a good place to start with audio kit if your budget won't stretch to additional kit as this will hold up well without an amp.
- With good quality DAC and amp, well it truly comes into its own when paired with good additional equipment - lots of detail which I've never heard before becomes noticeable, the sound is 'smoother' and the soundscape becomes that much larger.
Basically, these headphones are punching well above their weight here, but to get the absolute best it's essential you get a good DAC and amplifier. If you're budget won't stretch to those, they still hold their own well and gives you a good starting place to add additional equipment to at a later date.
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