Their studio cans in my opinion sound better than their consumer ones.
Monitoring? They aren't that good for sound producers but artists?They do well.
The only $1000 headphones are the HD 700/HD800 and Audeze and Fostex's and a few others.I have never seen one in an engineers lab.
I Admit I'm a pariah not liking the DT770s, I've had several pair break on me and durability is a must for me. Have you listened to the T50P lightweight appx $250, blows away the DT770 IMHO, and I love the T1. I just base my statements on what I have heard in my ears. Seems likes most good studio cans these days are reaching for the magic $1000 as they realize consumers are paying that so why not engineers. Anyway, this is getting silly, I'm just comparing three cans that I have heard and telling you I like Bery's consumers better. But that wasn't what my reply was about and you've set up a straw man argument. No the T1S i think are still a hidden gem for engineering, for whom headphones aren't the biggest priority. Berys most used in the studio cans are the 770s, you win that argument that I wasn't arguing, yes more engineers use the 770s.
What I wanted to point out was that you were generalizing greatly about studio cans. You said any headphone priced between (150-300$???) is a studio can and I want to point out its more nuanced. There are the cans for musicians, and engineering cans. Engineering cans have been widely available at over $500 for many years and are creeping up.
Can't we all get along man? I work with a dude who sells hundreds of headphones on his amazon store and I help him process the DT770 RMAs once a week he gets so many. And he let me listen to the T1 and T50p and I'm blown away by berydynamics consumer line and wanted people to know.
Thats what I wanted to do, not get in a pissing match. Can we call it good man? Try something different and check out some of the mid to high range berydynamic consumers if you get the chance.
Sorry for my mass mis spellings.