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post #16 of 83

The pricing will likely pit them against the K518 over here. It'll be interesting to see what they can do in terms of isolation as well as sound quality. Whilst the headband does look quite thin, it may be bendable to alter fit, which could be useful.

post #17 of 83

They don't look like they extend very far, frequency response wise.  It will be interesting to see if they are a true competitor to the PX200.  They look very nice and portable however.  Does anyone know how these will line up to the DT 235?

post #18 of 83

as a previous poster has already mentioned, the lack of strain relief is a bit disconcerting

post #19 of 83

Not sure about this one. Maybe they sound great - I like the Beyer sound, even though I haven't got much references in other brands - but they look flimsy and kinda cheap to me. They could have done with a bit more of a luxurious and solid look. On the other hand: I'll keep a reserve until I've heard them - they might just sound great.

post #20 of 83
These look really flimsy......
post #21 of 83

A beyer headphone that doesn't look horrible? Sign me in.

 

Only problem is it'll probably take 200 years before they'll be available in Finland.. Sigh. Another amazon.co.uk purchase I guess -__-

post #22 of 83
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Originally Posted by MrBapti View Post

looks like a px100 competitor :D



More like a PX200 competitor, I'd say.

post #23 of 83

build quality looks pretty fragile. but if it can isolate noise, that is a plus.

post #24 of 83

Very interesting! Defo Senni' competition.

post #25 of 83

I'm eagerly waiting, these look very nice. Wonder what the price in NZ would be though.

post #26 of 83

I, too, am curious if these are mf'd in China or Germany. 

 

From the photos, I don't really like the lack of any strain relief on the cable as it enters the earcups.  The hinge on the headband looks as if it would trap hair, but I would have to try them on to verify this of course.  Single sided would have been better, methinks.  Yes - definitely PX200II competition.  I loved my PX200II - I gave them to my daughter in favor of some Etymotic earbuds, though.

 

I'm a HUGE Beyerdynamic fan - I really want these to deliver in the sound quality department; we shall see.

post #27 of 83

Because hey why not? Hopefully one of the Beyer online stores in the UK will start carrying them. I agree about Finland, it's pretty much the last on the list for the good stuff.

post #28 of 83
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Originally Posted by Bas72 View Post

Not sure about this one. Maybe they sound great - I like the Beyer sound, even though I haven't got much references in other brands - but they look flimsy and kinda cheap to me. They could have done with a bit more of a luxurious and solid look. On the other hand: I'll keep a reserve until I've heard them - they might just sound great.



considering the cheap pricetag I'd say they look as expected. If the sound quality is above par Beyer has a potential huge seller here...

post #29 of 83
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Originally Posted by k0ne View Post

I'm eagerly waiting, these look very nice. Wonder what the price in NZ would be though.



I'm guessing $100-120 most things seem to be double in NZ. I'd say it's going to take a while for them to get here, I have trouble buying headphones and other audio equipment in NZ.

post #30 of 83

This one is definitely interesting. I am going watch out for reviews of this one.

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