Not all 32 ohm versions sound the same, not all 80 ohm versions sounds the same, not all 600 ohm versions sound the same, and so on. Unfortunately, you're not experiencing the variance between the different ohm versions, you're experiencing standard driver variance. And driver variance is quite high with 770s. The 770/880/990 use the same drivers. My theory is that Beyerdynamic is using the most inconsistent drivers in the 770s, it being the lowest-end model of the three, because there are always a lot of varying reports of how bassy or bright individual 770s are while 880s and 990s seem to be significantly more consistent. All headphones have standard driver variance, the 770s just seem to be particularly widely varied. And don't confuse this with driver matching which refers to matching the two drivers in a single headphone. Despite having wide driver variance, the 770s do not typically have issues with unmatched drivers.
Are you kidding me? I knew that that the drivers change the headphones characteristic. But didnt expect the difference to be so big if its same model and driver.
Anyway you'd think because this is a manufaktur headphone they would put a good pair of drivers in it. Wow will not be easy finding the headphone with teh right soundsignature in it.
Yeah thats what i was thinking after reading the lots and lots of articles and posts. The treble is a too much. I wanted to listen to Adele and when i listened to Someone like you (funk 3d clubmix). Treble was simply overwhelming. My poor ears got a shock it's still in need to overcome. Didnt expect it from this headphone. When people talk about thunderous bass etc.
I can understand how my friend feels like when i lets him hear my Wooduo with a bass heavy track. lol.