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post #1771 of 1788

Anyone else noticed a price drop on Beyerdynamics recently? The DT770 sell for 118 euros in Thomann brand new. They were 158€ just couple months ago.

post #1772 of 1788

Yeah and the T1's have dropped quite a lot. A couple of days ago they were selling for $699 on Amazon and now they're stable on around $750.. so if anyone's looking to buy a T1 now might be your chance before the prices jump again.

post #1773 of 1788

I still greatly love my Beyerdynamic DT 990's. It was the first "good" headphone I ever bought, when I was a freshman in college, and I've still kept it. I also owned the T1 for awhile. It's a stupendous pair of headphones. I bought the STAX SR-009's and I eventually decided to sell it (the T1) to someone who would actually use it more than I was at the moment. 


Edited by jackskelly - 7/7/14 at 9:16pm
post #1774 of 1788

I've owned the 

 

DT770-80

DT770-600

DT880-250

T1

T90

 

and now a DT990. I'm not a fan of the way they look so they are going to be ripped apart and totally made over, and I don't mean just a paint job, a whole new grill design. There will be cutting, bondo-ing, priming and painting very soon. I'm excited. 

 

I loved the T1, I just couldn't keep them because of that price! I'm a happy mid-fier, and the DT990 sound is everything I need. I like it over everything else up there, even the T90. Yes, I'm serious.

post #1775 of 1788
I love Beyerdynamic they just scream quality! I want an headphone for monitoring some studio stuff. After trying the athm50s I have to say that they leak and you can hear that in the recorded track and I don't think the sound is as good as most say, so I decided to turn to my new love. My question is, the dt770pro or the dt100/150? Remember I'm seeking a good studio headphone not an hi-fi one. Any help will be useful!
post #1776 of 1788

I recently got me a pair of DT 990 pro (250Ohm) and it's just so perfect, other headphones at that price can't compete with these...

 

Greetings from Belgium...

post #1777 of 1788
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Originally Posted by Macedo View Post

I love Beyerdynamic they just scream quality! I want an headphone for monitoring some studio stuff. After trying the athm50s I have to say that they leak and you can hear that in the recorded track and I don't think the sound is as good as most say, so I decided to turn to my new love. My question is, the dt770pro or the dt100/150? Remember I'm seeking a good studio headphone not an hi-fi one. Any help will be useful!


I would get the DT 150 out of the two, it's the better sounding and more accurate headphone. The cable is also replaceable unlike the DT 770.

 

Checking in with the Beyerdynamic DT 150, the best closed headphone I've heard anywhere near it's price.

post #1778 of 1788

I just got a pair of DT440 Vintage, and I'm trying to find out more about the general history of these cans. But there doesn't seem to be much information about them. Or maybe I just don't no where to look.

 

Where do you go for information on vintage Beyerdynamics?

post #1779 of 1788

somebody use little dot mk iv se for dt990 edition 600 Ohm or T1?

post #1780 of 1788
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Originally Posted by Buyer no 1 View Post
 

I just got a pair of DT440 Vintage, and I'm trying to find out more about the general history of these cans. But there doesn't seem to be much information about them. Or maybe I just don't no where to look.

 

Where do you go for information on vintage Beyerdynamics?


Maybe you could try to contact Beyerdynamic directly? They are celebrating their 90th anniversary, so they might have been digging around their own history and have something available for you...

post #1781 of 1788
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Originally Posted by Buyer no 1 View Post

I just got a pair of DT440 Vintage, and I'm trying to find out more about the general history of these cans. But there doesn't seem to be much information about them. Or maybe I just don't no where to look.

Where do you go for information on vintage Beyerdynamics?

Produced 1977-83 according to some Japanese website, 600 ohm ?
I only own the current 440, only have the name in common.The vintage ones are the amongst the coolest looking headphones you'll come across.
Edited by godbluff - 11/30/14 at 1:38pm
post #1782 of 1788
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Originally Posted by plakat View Post
 


Maybe you could try to contact Beyerdynamic directly? They are celebrating their 90th anniversary, so they might have been digging around their own history and have something available for you...

 

 

I've been in contact with beyerdynamic earlier regarding vintage headphones, but unfortunately without much luck. But you've got a point about the anniversary, so I guess I'll try them again :-) 

post #1783 of 1788
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Originally Posted by godbluff View Post


Produced 1977-83 according to some Japanese website, 600 ohm ?
I only own the current 440, only have the name in common.The vintage ones are the amongst the coolest looking headphones you'll come across.

 

Thanks for info. Do you have a link to that Japanese website?

 

I've measured both channels to be around 580 ohm.

post #1784 of 1788

every beyer lover must try to lay his hand on a dt150.....this can is a gem.

post #1785 of 1788
Didn't see this thrread until now. DT990 PRO owner here. Love em to bits, but I think they're all I'll ever get from Beyer
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