“Warm but dark and a bit veiled sound. On the quiet side (a bit quieter than AKG 430). 2K and 4K frequencies are a bit sacrificed so voices are a bit muted and shady. Mine suggestion is to boost the 1K band with +1 dB, 2K with +2 dB, 4K with +2 dB and the 8K band with +1 dB. Can be driven loud (given a proper amplification) since it has a very low distortion. I needed to amplify mine...” --Tetsuro P12
“Hi. I've been looking everywhere for reviews for the new T51p and couldn't find much out there. So got them anyway and thought I'd share my thoughts. I have with me the T51p, B&W P3, Momentum on ear and Momentum over ear. First, I am going to discount the P3. It just didn't compete with the others with what I perceived to be veiled vocals and poor separation. I also didn't like the Momentum on...” --R12wan
“ For the TL;DR crowd, they are great sounding headphones. They can do pretty much everything well, if you don’t mind a smallish soundstage. They bass extends to all but the lowest notes, electric guitars have a nice bite, vocals can be enchanting, pianos can give goosebumps if you haven’t heard much better, drums are nice and impact, imo, saxophones are rendered fine, not great, however....” --Ishcabible
“On clearence as there are T51p and dt1350s now so I went ahead and got these for use on the road and in the office. The other phones I own right now are the over ear momentums so this review is in some ways a comparison. I was a bit apprehensive due to the negative reviews here on head-fi from some owners. But I was somewhat pleasently surprised when I received them. ...” --gotak
“This is a review of Beyerdynamic DTX 350p on-ear headphones. http://north-america.beyerdynamic.com/shop/dtx-350-p.html I can't believe I almost turned down an opportunity to review these fantastic headphones. When I was asked by Beyerdynamic if I'm interested to review their new DTX 350p on-ear headphones, I took a quick look and had a flashback of my recently reviewed...” --twister6
“ The DT48a was my first taste of the DT48. These are audio metric headphones. They sound vastly different then non audio metric DT48 models. Some could argue they sound 'laid back,' 'polite,' & lean on the dark side IMO. Usually headphones get burned in. The opposite is true with the DT48a. They burn in your ears. At first listen I didn't know what to think of them, but they reminded me of...” --kool bubba ice
The DTX 300 p is the ideal companion for your audio player when out and about. Due to its lightweight construction, it is very comfortable when listening over long periods and its powerful and detailed sound can be appreciated even in noisy environments. The brushed stainless steel headband and earcups can be folded easily for space-saving, plus a stylish soft case is supplied for safe,...