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post #16 of 23

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Originally Posted by MalVeauX View Post




Oh for heaven's sake. Special request. Really?

 

Clearly I stand corrected. rolleyes.gif

 

Very best,

 

Well... DT770Pro 32 ohm is the best selling version in my country.

 

So Special request isn't that special :)

 

Google translated:

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http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/559363/confused-by-different-versions-beyerdynamic/15#post_7568947

 


Edited by bar1 - 7/29/11 at 9:38am
post #17 of 23
Thread Starter 

Well to answer the previous question, i dont mind aiming at other headphones but i tried the Ultrasone DJ1 and i was not impressed at all with bass quality and quantity (Same headphone as the 580 with different look?)

 

So would you say there is an improvement in SQ going from DT 770 to DT 990?

 

Basically, 200$ budget, better SQ then M50s, More base without killing the soundstage and mids and higher, power by a DIY SSMH.

 

I thought that the 990 fit the bill.

post #18 of 23
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Originally Posted by TestSubject View Post

Well to answer the previous question, i dont mind aiming at other headphones but i tried the Ultrasone DJ1 and i was not impressed at all with bass quality and quantity (Same headphone as the 580 with different look?)

 

So would you say there is an improvement in SQ going from DT 770 to DT 990?

 

Basically, 200$ budget, better SQ then M50s, More base without killing the soundstage and mids and higher, power by a DIY SSMH.

 

I thought that the 990 fit the bill.


Heya,

 

I would say yes, there is an improvement going from DT770 to DT990. But it's not a huge increase. Sound stage is the immediate change, and the DT990 has that. They both have strong bass/treble and recessed mids. That's the nature of most bassy headphones at this price point. The beauty is that you can slightly EQ the mids up a bit and it becomes whatever you want it to be. Out of the DT7/8/9xx line, I definitely like the DT990 the best for an open-bassy can in that price range. To jump price range, I would immediately go to the Ultrasone 2900 (significant increase in cost). Alternatively, would be the HD650.

 

Very best,

post #19 of 23
Thread Starter 

Once again thanks! Any other headphones in mind that would keep the 200$ budget and have greater bass without breaking the clarity?

post #20 of 23

FWIW I just bought some DT770 PRO 250ohm today and they sound exactly like the DT880 with an extra 3-5db down below 100hz.  They're not bassy at all in terms of quantity, they just extend down to 20hz a lot better.  Basshead cans they are not, and they are plugged right into my sound card at half volume which is giving me about 90db of sound. 

 

The only way I can see people complaining of the DT770 being a basshead can is if they were plugged into a high output impedance amp like you get with hi-fi stereos and tubes or if your pads were flat or something. 

 

That is all.

post #21 of 23

Hello all,

please help me to specify the model of dt 770, not pro

http://www.avito.ru/moskva/audio_i_video/beyerdynamic_dt_770_213763004

sorry for russian, i can't upload the picture for some reason

these are 250 Ohm

 

thank you!

post #22 of 23

up pls, need your help

post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by Catharsis View Post
 

FWIW I just bought some DT770 PRO 250ohm today and they sound exactly like the DT880 with an extra 3-5db down below 100hz.  They're not bassy at all in terms of quantity, they just extend down to 20hz a lot better.  Basshead cans they are not, and they are plugged right into my sound card at half volume which is giving me about 90db of sound. 

 

The only way I can see people complaining of the DT770 being a basshead can is if they were plugged into a high output impedance amp like you get with hi-fi stereos and tubes or if your pads were flat or something. 

 

That is all.

 

I've had the DT 770 Pro's (80 Ohms) for a week now, still breaking in I guess. Far from being a basshead in my view / ears as I agree the recessed mids are quite evident while bass and treble sound tight and controlled to me. In fact where it seems to be lacking a tad (once again in my experience) is in the midbass region if anything. Clarity is great, no distortion and very nice and easy sounding i.e. very little fatigue in prolonged hearing, the treble, bass and mid (to an extent) comes out very clear only I wish it had a tad more presence / quantity in the midbass which is what I'm most interested in sound wise.

 

Still very good cans I have to admit. I've tried them on various players, phones, iPods / iPads as well as on my McIntosh D-100 (nice headphone amp) and in every case got a similar response -good natural sounding, comfortable, nice isolation, everything is there but I wish 10% more midbass.

 

Cheers from Argentina


Edited by EfeTe - 10/20/13 at 5:51am
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