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post #31 of 553

well price is set on Beyerdynamic site (450€) which pretty lot...

post #32 of 553
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Originally Posted by fhuang View Post




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

 

 

The guy said, I think 18 db, or some thing like that.

They are closed cans, as you can see from the description, and they isolate quite okay.

But it could be better. I heard still some noise from around me, as i turned them up.

I would guess they aren't really suited for city traffic, or metro, if you don't want to turn them really loud.
 

 

post #33 of 553

Count me in for my dynamic rig.

post #34 of 553

Subscribed the thread. These look really intresting and if they prove to be good might sell my DT770/600 and get one of these bad boys.

post #35 of 553

It's funny how they make such a big deal about their "Tesla technology", but all that really matters is that they voice them well.  Hopefully they won't go for the usual bright signature. 

post #36 of 553

Subscribed. I like where this is going (T80 anyone?).

post #37 of 553

My main interest is in the 32ohm version, the hole in my collection is a high quality portable. Lot going on at the moment with the K550, SRH-940 and this all popping up at around the same time. A full sized portable shoot out on its way...

post #38 of 553
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Originally Posted by rhythmdevils View Post

It's funny how they make such a big deal about their "Tesla technology", but all that really matters is that they voice them well.  Hopefully they won't go for the usual bright signature. 


heh. +1 . The other thing is the damping/cups material. T5p had a weird diffused/hall-like feel to it (aside from being briight).
Edited by svyr - 5/21/11 at 8:23pm
post #39 of 553

Yeah sometimes I wonder if these companies have separate people develop each part of the headphone without being able to talk to or confer with each other.  Nice looking frame + nice damping + nice high tech driver does not a good headphone make. wink.gif 

 

But hopefully they'll sound good in addition to having good magnet structure.

post #40 of 553
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Originally Posted by rhythmdevils View Post

Yeah sometimes I wonder if these companies have separate people develop each part of the headphone without being able to talk to or confer with each other.  Nice looking frame + nice damping + nice high tech driver does not a good headphone make. wink.gif 

 

But hopefully they'll sound good in addition to having good magnet structure.


heh, see, IDK, maybe T5p's sound sig was intentional like the avguide review suggests (r-shaped FR and relatively accentuated highs as sort of 'forced details'). That said, still not a big fan...
post #41 of 553
Gorgeous looking.
post #42 of 553

Very interesting. Waiting to see how these will be different from my beloved T5ps.

post #43 of 553

 

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Originally Posted by rhythmdevils View Post
Hopefully they won't go for the usual bright signature. 


What bright signature? The Beyers I've tried didn't sound bright at all, the 770 was even on the dark side.

post #44 of 553

I'm not going to argue with you, but that's not what I hear.  bigsmile_face.gif

post #45 of 553
Lol, if there was a dark Beyer, it'd be the DT770 Pros. All the rest are pretty bright. o_O
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