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beyerdynamic introduces DTX 300 p foldable headphone

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Mobile Sound at its best

 

beyerdynamic introduces foldable headphone with sophisticated sound – perfect for tablet PCs and other mobile players.

 

 

Enjoy movies while travelling – no problem with video apps on a tablet PC such as the iPad. Listening to music, no matter if you are on a train or in a hotel room, has become as natural as phoning or working while you are on the move.

 

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The new DTX 300p from the audio specialist beyerdynamic in Heilbronn is a perfect solution. As a supra-aural headphone, it sits comfortably on the ear with its soft cushions and provides enough membrane area to give the soundtracks of Hollywood blockbusters the necessary emphasis. At the same time, the sound is so detailed that even fine structures in classical orchestral recordings are heard with an iPod or other MP3 players. The closed design shields against disturbing ambient noise and the listener can concentrate on the audio or video material.

 

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In addition to its acoustic qualities the DTX 300p has more to offer. It practically kills two birds with one stone: Due to stable joints of the stainless steel headband, the headphone can be folded and stored in the supplied soft case. When travelling the headphone is always ready for use. After all, the movie fan wants to know how the story goes on.

 

Beginning mid March 2011, the DTX 300p will be available in two stylish colour variations, white with grey and black with red anodized aluminium ring. Suggested retail price is $59.

 

Available through qualified dealers and directly from the manufacturer: www.beyerdynamic.com 

 

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Technical Specifications DTX 300 p

Transducer type                             dynamic

Operating principle                        closed

Frequency response                      25 – 18,000 Hz

Impedance                                      32 ohms

Sound pressure level                     104 dB

Sound coupling to the ear             supra aural

Cable                                               1.2 m

Connection                                     mini jack plug 3.5 mm

Special features                             foldable

Accessory                                       soft case

Suggested Retail Price                 $59.00


Edited by bdusa - 10/5/12 at 4:50am
post #2 of 83

available worldwide beginning of march?

post #3 of 83

looks like a px100 competitor :D

post #4 of 83

If  the sound quality was amazing for the price I would jump on them.

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If only the sound quality was amazing for the price.

Are you saying this because you have heard them and don't like them, or are you really just hoping they sound great?
 

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Originally Posted by Sil3nce View Post

If only the sound quality was amazing for the price.

Are you saying this because you have heard them and don't like them, or are you really just hoping they sound great?
 


The latter.

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The latter.



Ok cool. I am definitely interested in these. 

post #8 of 83

Those look so awesome. Damn was just about to buy something else.

post #9 of 83

Made in germany or made in china?

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looks like a px100 competitor :D



 PX200

post #11 of 83

it looks pretty fragile... i can only hope it sound awesome.

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This definitely has picked my interest. I love my SRH440, but portable? Uh, that it ain't, I'm finding. I would love for somebody to do a detailed review of this new Beyer when availability hits. Aesthetically, to me it looks more like an Audio-Technica ATH-FC700A than it does either a PX100/200. That said, its design manages to be unique enough that I don't automatically think "Me, too."

 

I'll be keeping an eye on this one, and I hope Joker will include it in his massive roundup of portables.

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Oh look they come in red, they must sound good!

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Oh look they come in red, they must sound good!
 

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Hahahaha we'll see... I'm definitely interested.

post #15 of 83

I love the way they look and would definitely buy them based on my faith in beyerdynamic products and the low price, but the extremely thin looking wire and what appears to be a total lack of strain relief is worrisome in a portable headphone.

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