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post #1231 of 1777
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Originally Posted by zazex View Post

The DT 880 250 ohm 2005 Version continue to be one of my primary headphones.

The tonal balance and wearing comfort are remarkable.

 

 

+1
 

 

post #1232 of 1777

Just received DT880s 600Ω with an E9.  These 880s are as comfortable as they are light.  This is my first set of nice headphones, very exciting.

post #1233 of 1777

Just paid for a used DT990/600 from a fellow head-fier.. eagerly awaiting it's arrival :)

 

Will be using it with my HTR before I could save some money for an Amp and DAC..

post #1234 of 1777

Thinking about modding DT 770/ pro 80, but i need a few suggestions.

 

1. Should i buy my own pair of Dt 770 Pro 80 and just send them in to Headphile to mod, or just buy from Headphile and have him mod?

 

2. What plug option to choose?

 

3. Are the extra option such as Wood CJC or black velour pads worth it?

 

thanks

 

Edit: Are these headphones worth having if mostly listen to hip hop? or should i just go with something like the Audio Techinca Pro 700 Mk2?


Edited by DannyDanko - 7/24/11 at 9:20am
post #1235 of 1777
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Originally Posted by DannyDanko View Post

Thinking about modding DT 770/ pro 80, but i need a few suggestions.

 

1. Should i buy my own pair of Dt 770 Pro 80 and just send them in to Headphile to mod, or just buy from Headphile and have him mod?

 

2. What plug option to choose?

 

3. Are the extra option such as Wood CJC or black velour pads worth it?

 

thanks

 

Edit: Are these headphones worth having if mostly listen to hip hop? or should i just go with something like the Audio Techinca Pro 700 Mk2?



Doood get the darthss for real. V3 just have him do everything to save time. Pro 700s can wait another day if your a hip hop head. Do not walk, run, they are beasT


P.s. Just to add my two cents, BEST hip hop phone period.
Edited by n-phect - 7/24/11 at 7:01pm
post #1236 of 1777

Finally DT911

 

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post #1237 of 1777

After recently buying the DT 770 PRO 80 Ohm (fantastic build, so comfortable), and the DTX 101 iE Red earbuds from eBay. Last night impulse bought the DJX-1 Professional DJ headphones from Amazon. Since Tyle from InnnerFidelity was raving about them and they are sadly no more in production.

Man I've already become a beyerdynamic loyalist, in just two months.

post #1238 of 1777

I am a proud new owner of a pair of dt990/600 ohm.

 

Love the sound on these guys, but they feel a little heavy on my head. it just doesn't feel like there's enough cushion on the top. i'n coming from a pair of ad700s and i liked the headband mechanism on those a lot better. Any thoughts on possible mods or anything that I can do to make these for comfortable?

post #1239 of 1777

You find the DT990s heavy? It's the lightest most comfortable can I have actually...

Maybe try putting the headband more to the front or the back?

Enjoy it!

post #1240 of 1777
DT660 owner here. I wish they were as comfortable as the 770, but I love its sound
post #1241 of 1777

Comparison:

 

DT 931 vs DT911

 

DT931

++: absolut resolution, linear and trustworthy

++: classic, jazz --> wonderful

 

DT911

++: deep bassy, pressure (you know :) )

--: sometimes recessed

++: electronica, dubstep

 

 

Thats it :)

 

post #1242 of 1777

After some Sennheisers i bought used pair of T1 (well, used for one week) and boy oh boy these are great cans. It´s like the music is in the middle of my head!

post #1243 of 1777

Interesting!!

post #1244 of 1777

Just joined team Beyer with my DT990 (600 ohm) that just arrived. All I can say is, 'what took me so long?' That crystal-clear, razor-sharp treble is truly addicting. It's one of the only fun-oriented-sq headphones I actually enjoy. 

post #1245 of 1777

Same, although I enjoy the bass, coming from Grados :)
 

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Originally Posted by germe83 View Post

Just joined team Beyer with my DT990 (600 ohm) that just arrived. All I can say is, 'what took me so long?' That crystal-clear, razor-sharp treble is truly addicting. It's one of the only fun-oriented-sq headphones I actually enjoy. 



 

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