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post #46 of 54

Hello SunDevil, can you tell us some more details about the 3 layer diaphragm ? (If no NDA limits)

 


Edited by donthuang - 9/3/10 at 2:36am
post #47 of 54

SunDevil how about a loner program for the Beyer amp. I would love to hear it and see how it competes.

post #48 of 54

So, they really are based off the DT880? Thats's what I expected, but heard about the ring design & made me change my mind now I understand..The T1 seems to be far apart from many Beyer created based on your "Innovattions."
 

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Originally Posted by SunDevil View Post

Please don't misunderstand: The T 1 is NOT based on the DT 48! The mechanics of the T 1 are clearly based on the DT 880. The coincidence that the T 1 has a ring magnet is not on purpose, it's just the way it is. Just like I wrote on our site (under "Innovations"):

 

"...The transducers (drivers) are completely re-engineered and based on a neodymium ring magnet with optimized magnetic field characteristics. This combination creates a magnetic field inside the transducer which is far stronger (> 1,2 Tesla - measuring unit for magnetic flux density - with current headphones the strength of the magnetic field is < 0,65 Tesla) than in standard headphones. Because of this increased magnetic field, the voice coil is more compact but still provides a very high degree of efficiency. The membrane, consisting of a 3 layer „compound foil“, delivers an extremely precise frequency response and guarantees, in collaboration with the strong magnet, a transparent and distortion free sound."
 

The T 1 system something different again...it's no "New DT 48" or something like that. 

 


 

By the way, I've just updated the DT 48 E product site:

http://europe.beyerdynamic.com/shop/hah/headphones-and-headsets/studio-and-stage/studio-headphones/dt-48-e.html?SID=347bd0a8b3a2863f370b83b22c98246d&___store=en&___from_store=de

 

Concerning the Marketing of the DT 48; we will not start a marketing campaign, internet banners, posters or whatever. It's mainly a combination of exhibitions and maybe even magazine tests and believe me, there have always been proper presentations of new products. The DT 48 is a very old model, which means also it's presentation has been many, many years ago 

 

Thank you all for your great support for beyerdynamic!

 

Many warm regards,

post #49 of 54
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Originally Posted by donthuang View Post

Hello SunDevil, can you tell us some more details about the 3 layer diaphragm ? (If no NDA limits)

 


I can't really go into detail about this, sorry.

post #50 of 54
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But how does it sound. Very little play here I am afraid. It has not been reviewed. Maybe good idea to get loaner program started.


Found some reviews of the A1 headphone amplifier:

 

http://www.avguide.com/review/capsule-review-beyerdynamic-a1-headphone-amplifier-playback-32

http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/220207/reviewed-the-beyerdynamic-a1-amplifier

http://www.sennheisernoisecancellingheadphones.net/review-beyerdynamic-a1-headphone-amplifier/

 

and further information:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/products/beyer-dynamic-a1-headphone-amplifier

http://north-america.beyerdynamic.com/shop/hah/headphones-and-headsets/at-home/headphones-amps/a1-charcoal-grey-1.html
 


Edited by dukewilloman - 9/20/10 at 6:47am
post #51 of 54

I really appreciate the liinks but I have zero interest in that amp as my Decware is magical.

post #52 of 54
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Originally Posted by Frank I View Post

SunDevil how about a loner program for the Beyer amp. I would love to hear it and see how it competes.


First you want a loner Program...

post #53 of 54
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I really appreciate the liinks but I have zero interest in that amp as my Decware is magical.


And than you are not interested anymore??...

post #54 of 54
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And than you are not interested anymore??...


If you start a loaner program I would take a listen to it. When I posed the question it went unanswered until I told you I was not interested. I believe if you want to sell the amp it needs to be heard and opinions given. If you decide to start a loaner program I would participate. Hoe than answers your question

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