Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Blacksearch

Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black

Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black

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A Studio Favorite in Stealthy Black

Especially well suited for studio environments with their closed-back design and highly regarded sound, the Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro headphones are here in limited-edition black. It’s a stealthy look: Everything from the adjustable padded headband to the comfy velour ear pads is black. This 80-ohm model is easily driven by mobile devices, though the audio is greatly improved when paired with a DAC and headphone amplifier. The sound signature is balanced and engaging with an improved bass response thanks to the company’s bass reflex technology. High quality out of the box, every part of the DT770 is replaceable, in case you want to do some modding down the line. The headphones are complete with a 9.8-foot-long cable and a plug adapter, and it’s easy to see why they’re the choice of music producers everywhere.

This drop is limited to members within the United States, Canada, and South America.

Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black
Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black
Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black
Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 80-Ohm Limited-Edition Black

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Specs

  • Beyerdynamic
  • Transducer type: Dynamic
  • Operating principle: Closed
  • Finish: Limited-edition black
  • Ear pads: Velour
  • Frequency response: 5 Hz–35 kHz
  • Impedance: 80 ohms
  • SPL: 96 dB SPL
  • THD: < 0.2%
  • Sound coupling to ear: Circumaural
  • Ambient noise isolation: Approx. 18 dBA
  • Headband pressure: Approx. 3.5 N
  • Cable: 9.8 ft (3 m) straight cable
  • Plug: ⅛ in (3.5 mm) gold-plated stereo jack plug
  • Weight without cable: 9.5 oz (270 g)

Included

  • Drawstring bag
  • ⅛ in (3.5 mm) to ¼ in (6.35 mm) adapter

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is Nov 22, 2017 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected and the group’s order will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Check the discussion page for updates on your order.

Recent Activity

- 32ohm is the "less refined" sounding, and it's actually less flexible due to it's low impedance: it requires a very low output impedance, anything above 4 ohms will be too much. However, their low impedance makes them really easy to drive from portable devices. - 80ohm is, according to my readings, a good compromise between drivability and sound quality. It has similar bass quantity than the 32 ohm, but better quality. It'll still sound loud enough from most portable devices, specially good quality DAPs, but SQ still improve with better amplification. - 250 ohm has less bass quantity, but the damping factor makes the bass quality improve. However, these aren't easy to drive for most solid state amps, specially embedded chipsets you'll find on most PC/laptop/smartphones won't drive them loud nor good. On the plus side, their higher impedance allows you to use literally anything to drive them: from budget solid state to expensive OTL amps, they'll sound loud and scale with better amplification. Depending on your preferences and setup, 80 or 250 ohm versions are both interesting: IDK if I'd go for the 80 or 250 ohm version, the 250 fits better my setup (I have a DV 336se and I'd like to use it, or at least be able to) but the 80 has more bass quantity (I like some extra bass on closed backs), so both are appealing. The 32 ohm version, for me, it's a stupid compromise: it doesn't sound as good as higher ohm versions, requires a very low output impedance to sound "just ok", and won't scale with better amplification. If you really need a low impedance, easy to drive, closed back headphones that you can listen just with your smartphone but still plug to a desktop setup and improve their sound quality a bit, better look elsewhere (Audio Technica ATH-M50x are way better than the 32 ohm DT770, and will do exactly what you need).