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post #16 of 553

Oh my.  This definitely looks interesting.  I'll have to keep an eye on this one.

post #17 of 553

Wonder if it will be better than t5p.

Have tried t5p once, but didn't like it.

post #18 of 553

Something in between DT770 and T5....

 

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post #19 of 553

Sub'd.  Between this and the K550, I have two closed back headphones to keep my eyes on now.

post #20 of 553
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Originally Posted by Ultrazino View Post

Too bad they're not implementing their version of S-Logic in their new products - the T1 really has an amazing soundstage!


 

Isn't S-Logic from Ultrasone?

post #21 of 553
I haven't heard the t1, but do have the t5p unburned in on my ears right now. The soundstage is big, but I've never heard a Beyerdynamic with s logic. tongue.gif

Whether s logic is actually a thing or not, it belongs to Ultrasone,

So, if we have the t70, then I wonder when we will also see the t80 and t90. Will it be like the last refresh, where the released versions were in 32 and 250 ohm... With 600 ohm available only as manufaktur at first? That's how the last refresh went, I'm just sayin.

The price and name and ohm versios leads me to believe it's a refresh, with the t5p and t1 hanging onto their own niches. Note I don't say better. I mean if you want dt770 bass you won't be happy however many t5ps you get. biggrin.gif
post #22 of 553

S-Logic is just marketing rubbish. Blocking off half the driver and putting vents in the baffle just creates backwave, not sound stage.

post #23 of 553
post #24 of 553

"With the Model T 70 has the unique Tesla technology
jetzt Einzug in die Welt der Premium-Kopfhörer. now moving into the world of premium headphones.

Die Vollmetall-Schallwandler mit kraftvollem Neodym-Ringmagnet sorgen für maximale Leistung und höchste Klangtreue. The all-metal transducers with powerful neodymium ring magnet, for maximum performance and highest audio fidelity. Durch die geschlossene Bauweise werden Umgebungsgeräusche wirkungsvoll unterdrückt. The enclosed design ambient noise is effectively suppressed. Auch bei geringer Lautstärke sind selbst feinste Details deutlich hörbar: kontrolliert, analytisch und ausgewogen, vom ultratiefen Bass bis hin zu den kristallkaren Höhen. Even at low volumes even the finest details are clearly audible: control, analytical and balanced, from the ultra deep bass to the crystal karen heights. Die aufwändige Drei-Schicht-Lackierung sowie die hautsympathischen Kopf- und Ohrpolster aus Microvelours unterstreichen die edle Anmutung dieser Kopfhörer - made in Germany. The complex three-layer coating and the skin-friendly head-and ear pads made of micro suede underline the sophisticated look of these headphones - made in Germany.

  • Der T 70 mit 250 Ohm spielt seine Stärken an der HiFi-Anlage zu Hause voll aus. The T 70 with 250 Ohm shows its advantages in the hi-fi system at home to the full.
  • Tesla-Technologie mit höchstem Wirkungsgrad Tesla technology with highest efficiency
  • Hervorragende Isolierung von Außengeräuschen Excellent isolation from ambient noise
  • Kopf- und Ohrpolster aus Microvelours Head and ear cushions made of micro suede
  • Inkl. Incl. Transporttasche Carrying Case"

 

Micro Suede eh? Any Germans or Austrians here know what this stuff is called in English? Thought microfibre at first (I'd actually suspected the pads were mircofibre from the look) but then found a German haberdashery forum referring to the two being different things...

post #25 of 553

Thanks for the translation :)

post #26 of 553

Just came home from the trade fair.

I had a pair of the T70p on my ears.

They were driven by a, as the guy in the booth explained, new portable music player,

that has a integrated headphone amplifier, and can be used as well as DAC, as it has a usb and optical in.

I unfortunately forgot to note the name so I can't remember.

 

They sounded really great. Unfortunately I'm kinda new to this stuff, so I haven't any experience that I could compare those cans.

As well as it was fairly hard to really enjoy the sound, as it was pretty loud in the hall.

 

Mattering the sound I would say they sound a little better than the 32ohms version of the DT880.

And they definitely sounded better than the Denon AH D-5000 I listened to today, but those weren't driven properly I would say, so... 

And as I already said, I don't have quite the experience jet ;)

 

As i read something in the thread about the pads. They are extremely comfy (at least for the 15 minutes I listened to them ;) ) It's a really nice material.

 

Greets,

Oro

post #27 of 553
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Originally Posted by EddieE View Post
 German haberdashery forums

Another of your hobbies then Stef?

post #28 of 553
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Originally Posted by Nuwidol View Post




Another of your hobbies then Stef?



Oh I like to dabble a little..

 

biggrin.gif... no just typed "Microvelours" into Google...

post #29 of 553
Quote:
Originally Posted by Orofalian View Post

Just came home from the trade fair.

I had a pair of the T70p on my ears.

They were driven by a, as the guy in the booth explained, new portable music player,

that has a integrated headphone amplifier, and can be used as well as DAC, as it has a usb and optical in.

I unfortunately forgot to note the name so I can't remember.

 

They sounded really great. Unfortunately I'm kinda new to this stuff, so I haven't any experience that I could compare those cans.

As well as it was fairly hard to really enjoy the sound, as it was pretty loud in the hall.

 

Mattering the sound I would say they sound a little better than the 32ohms version of the DT880.

And they definitely sounded better than the Denon AH D-5000 I listened to today, but those weren't driven properly I would say, so... 

And as I already said, I don't have quite the experience jet ;)

 

As i read something in the thread about the pads. They are extremely comfy (at least for the 15 minutes I listened to them ;) ) It's a really nice material.

 

Greets,

Oro


thanks for the info.  so my guess is they don't isolate at all? 

 

post #30 of 553
Really interested in these now from the look of it.
Hoping of a price of 200-300$
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