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A Review On: Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Closed Studio Headphones - 250 Ohms

Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Closed Studio Headphones - 250 Ohms

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Pros: Warm mid, strong bass

Cons: Heavy Twisted cable

This is one good headphone with the characteristics of warm mids, pronounced bass, and with clean trebles. The only thing that bugs me is the very long twisted cable, heavy for mobility

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Thanks for the spot on review noobandroid. I just got these myself earlier this week at Best Buy. Right out of the box they were already sounding great playing from my Onkyo TX-8555 stereo reciever. Listening to them all week long they really can handle all music genres great. They definitely beat my collection of bookshelf speakers. Listening to some Pantera and Cannibal Corpse i could really hear the difference with heavy bass from Cannibal Corpse and treble rich guitar work from Pantera. The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro also seems to have some soundstage from quite a few songs i've listened to.
Using them with computer games they make the original soundtracks sound so rich and detailed i actually have been removing my own music from the game folders of Fallout 3 and other games. Sound effects are more noticeable when before i didnt even know they existed. When playing Oblivion weapons hits are impactful and i can hear arrows leaving their bows and wooshing across the air towards me after being fired by an undead skeleton or bandit.
The ear pads are extremely comfortable with their velour like cushion padding which also gives some unexpected great sound isolation making it easy to get immersed in whatever am listening to.