beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro 80 Ohms

Studio Headphones

  • Closed-back
  • Circumaural
  • Dynamic
  • Diffuse field equalization
  • Impedance: 80 Ohm
  • SPL: 96 dB
  • Frequency range: 5 - 35.000 Hz
  • 3 m Straigh cable with 3.5 mm plug connector, single sided
  • Screw-on adapter to 6.3 mm stereo jack
  • Weight with cable: 346 g
  • Weight without cable: 284 g

Further Information

Design Over-Ear
System Closed Back
Impedance 80 Ohms
Frequency range 5 Hz – 35000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replaceable Cable No
Color Black

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Absolutely gorgeous ...
Aydino, 29.05.2020
I am a musician, but I preferred the product for listening purposes only and not for studio use.
I researched the product a lot to make the right decision and decided to buy it. I'm extremely happy now.
It performs perfectly in every type of music, including classical music, Blues, Jazz, Rock and local music.
Sound:
Low tones are really tight and clear. There is no mud, it extremely clean. Own stays in its place and does not overshadow other sounds.
High tones are extremely clear and crystal quality.
Mid tones are of sufficient size definitely.
It has a wide stereo image and stage structure.
Now I can hear some sounds I had never heard before.
Comfort:
Headphone fits comfortably on your head, does not cause sweating thanks to soft velvet pillows and does not wring your ears.
So you can use it during long hours.
Build quality:
Thanks to its closed structure and good insulation, it significantly prevents external sounds and allows you to concentrate on music.
Good materials have been used and has a sturdy structure.

I haven't tried the 250 Ohm model, I don't know but I tried it on the 80 ohm model and I realized that I don't need an amplifier. A mediocre laptop did its job well and fed my ears enough when the necessary equalizer settings were made.
It is also highly suitable for use with the phone.

I do not prefer very loud sounds. If the earphone is damaged, I get a new one. But my ears should always use them well with me and I must always protect.

I sincerely recommend this product.

Thanks to Beyerdynamic for this beautiful product.
Thomann, Thank you very much for the affordable price and smooth shipping. (Product successfully sent to Turkey.)
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snakeyay, 11.09.2020
Finally, my DT-770's have arrived, I was eyeing these for about 2 months now, going back and forth "should I go for 880 or perhaps 990 or 80ohm or 250 ohm or 770" - as I simply like the way they look.

Regardless, I went with 80 ohm ones and these headphones are kind of a benchmark for every day use headphones for me. Now, I am no audiophile, but I can tell a good pair of cans from bad ones - and these ones do justice on all fronts.

To immediately go into the single and only bad thing these headphones have... or do not have is... the non-detachable cable, meaning if you mess your cable up, yea, you gotta send them back in. If Beyerdynamic could step up to have a detachable cable for these bad boys, that would be more than amazing.

Now onto awesome stuff. Many reviewers here will say that they are "bass heavy", and well... they're really not that bass heavy? I've gone through Beats headphones, Razer Crapkens - THOSE are bass-heavy and not the best sound, at all. But 770's naturally have a bit more "bassier" side due to being closed back headphones. The sound leak is minimal and only if you're blazing the music at high volumes.

The comfort deserves more than 5 stars - those bunny rabbits on your ears are just amazing. Just as a testament to how amazed and awesome these headphones are, I have received my brand new guitar in the same shipment as these headphones. After putting on these headphones I simply sat there and listened to music, that is how amazing they are.

For closure, I run these headphones through Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 3rd Gen audio interface and you achieve the "medium-to-high" volume at 60% of the knob-turn. At 100%, you can listen to it, but that's just blazing and a bit too loud.

Final words, the only reason why I gave Quality 4 stars is because of the non-detachable cable - if you are careful with your cables and you want a pair of amazing cans, look no further.
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Great sound and quality
AlexBL, 19.12.2017
I use these headphones mostly in studio, but also for music listening.

SOUND: Overall very clear sound with wide stereo image. I find them especially good for rough mixes because of the wide stereo image. Bass is clear and tight, no mud and mush in the low end, which is exceptional at this price level. Mids are well defined and clear. Highs are very nice, but kind of soft, so you will want to take that into consideration while mixing. Most other headphones and monitors will sound brighter and crispier. I personally prefer the tamed highs on DT770, since they allow me to listen for longer, without as much ear fatigue. This is totally a personal preference though. Just so there is no confusion: you can hear all the highs properly (at least in my hearing range, which is up to 17.5 kHz).

COMFORT: 10/10. The ear-pads are magic in my opinion. I can easily wear the headphones for hours without noticing them.

BUILD: Great, as with most of the Beyerdynamic stuff. I have dropped them many times and squished them in my backpack, but there is not a scratch on them. However, if you manage to break them, every part is replaceable and you can buy it from Beyerdynamic.

Overall, I would even say they are cheap for what you get.
PROS:
- Tight bass response (not heavy thought)
- Clear sound
- Exceptional comfort
- Great build
- Sound clarity
CONS:
- Cable is not detachable
- Ever so slightly tamed highs (not a con for me, but some people might not like this)

Highly recommend these!
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Good Value
TonyOr, 15.07.2020
I bought these for my home studio because I'm not satisfied that either my KRK Rokit 6 monitors or KRK KNS6400 headphones provide an accurate representation of what I have recorded. The monitors seem a bit bass heavy and dull, and the headphones seem very bright, with little bass. When I record alto sax or acoustic guitar using a microphone it never sounds like I am hearing it in the room and I am never sure if the problem is with the recording or with an inaccurate monitoring system. Hence the search for more accuracy via better headphones and I chose the DT-770s.

The DT-770s have a well defined, tight bass and the mids and highs seem very natural. The overall sound is not very exciting, which was a bit of a surprise - I was expecting a big, larger than life sound. However the real test is whether the instruments I recorded sound more realistic. The answer is yes for both the alto sax and acoustic guitar. They still don't sound like I am hearing them in the room, but now what I have to fix (microphone choice and placement) and I can do so knowing that I am hearing an accurate representation of the recording.

I chose the DT-770s as a compromise, so I am having a little buyer's remorse. All the reviews say that the AKGs sound better, but, since they are open backed, they are no good for tracking. I don't want the hassle of switching between one set of headphones for recording and another for playback, so I chose the DT-770s as the more convenient solution and they are good enough.

The DT-770s are very good value for money at £105. I'm sure there are better quality closed back headphones on the market but I'm not interested in paying 3 times as much.

Regarding the impedance and volume from the headphones. I chose the 80 ohm version and I'm glad I did. I use a Focusrite 18i8 audio interface and the headphone volume is fine with the volume control set to just past 12 o'clock. I don't know how well it would cope with the 250 ohm version.
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