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beyerdynamic just announced the the beyer T5p in Beijing today.

 

I believe there are (at the time of this posting) only a few units of the T5p in the world, and one of them is right here.

 

First impressions are going to have to wait, as I just received this beyer T5p direct from beyerdynamic in Germany today.

 

To see the below photos in their full-size versions, please click on the following link:  beyerdynamic T5p

 

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I'll post more information later.  First impressions will come during the weekend (or just after the weekend).

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Beyerdynamic is releasing another can? It looks a lot like the T1. I hope it costs less than the T1, then maybe I can afford it.

 

Can't wait to hear impressions.


Edited by NapalmK - 6/25/10 at 2:56pm
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Beyerdynamic is releasing another can? It looks a lot like the T1. I hope it costs less then maybe I can afford it.

 

Can't wait to hear impressions.


In the U.S., the T5p will be released at the same price as the T1, $1295.00.

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Maybe its an ORTHO! 

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In the U.S., the T5p will be released at the same price as the T1, $1295.00.


Very interesting! Two top tier cans?!

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jude - Is it a closed phone or semi-open like T1? And is the pad leather or faux leather?


Edited by SleepyOne - 6/25/10 at 3:00pm
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Leather pads huh?

 

Looks like its a sealed T1 to me.

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Is it just me or is that an 1/8" right angle plug?
 


Edited by NapalmK - 6/25/10 at 3:07pm
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According to comment on another thread, it is for portable usage (hence the 1/8") and it is 32 ohms.

 

 

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/440799/beyerdynamic-to-launch-new-top-headphone-at-ifa-called-t1/3480


Edited by SleepyOne - 6/25/10 at 4:01pm
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To big to use for portable IMO. The TP50 may be a nicer option.

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According to comment on another thread, it is for portable usage (hence the 1/8") and it is 32 ohms.


In which case, combining with the price, perhaps this is meant as a direct Edition 8 competition?

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Is it just me or is that an 1/8" right angle plug?
 


Also must be a prototype.  I have 2 of those exact same connectors sitting in front of me right now, made into a DIY IC between my D2+ and my Bithead.

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Portable use?! I guess the best way to carry around those things is to wear them. Nevertheless, Beyerdynamic makes comfy headphones

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Yeah it looks like a neutrik, are these recabled?

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Portable use?! I guess the best way to carry around those things is to wear them. Nevertheless, Beyerdynamic makes comfy headphones


For the price, the can replace the big aluminum box the T1s come in, with a Pelican case.

 

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