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post #106 of 617
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Originally Posted by sofastreamer View Post

hope the beyer is overall better than the jvc eek.gif

 

Much better... JVC is only superior in sub-bass quantity and punch. The DT770 is a more mature sounding headphone with better definition, better treble and mids, and a bigger more tridimensional soundstage.  Both are huge bargains at their price-point. 
post #107 of 617
Anyone compare this to the MDR 1R?
post #108 of 617

After 70hrs burn in these are coming into their own.


Edited by bookaboo - 12/24/12 at 2:03am
post #109 of 617

today i got some dt770 edition 2005. like them so far, especially soundstage. but to me they lack a little sub bass and somtimes highs get a little sharp. can anyone compare them to the LEs?

post #110 of 617
Has anybody recabled these cans yet?
post #111 of 617
I should be getting mine on Wednesday, ill give you guys my (unprofessional) opinion of them.
post #112 of 617

I love these headphones. First ever truly comfortable pair of headphones I've owned, and an overly balanced sound. But... has anyone compared these to the Momentums? For $100 or so more, I think from my memory the DT770 AE is at least the better value, but I only did a short audition of the Momentum, remembering it to be pleaseant but expensive. Any other reflections? 

 

Also, what all are you amping it with? Or do you? 

post #113 of 617

Overall I prefer the sound signature of the DT770 LE: they got a clearer, deeper bass while the Momentum is more muddied (mainly due to a slight midbass hump). I'd prefer the midrange of the Momentum, paired with the treble of the DT770...

 

Of course the Momentum is much easier to use on the go.

post #114 of 617

i get these today, i am hearing now directly from notebook....omg :D 

 

i want to buy dac/amp, i am thinking about

 

fiio e07k and audinst mx1 ? something <180 dollars. which ? or something else ? 

post #115 of 617
The 770/32 is so good that I bought a few spared.

post #116 of 617
I just got these, and compared to what I'm used to, (skullcady skullcrushers) these are amazing! Worth every penny In my opinion. But since I'm not too experienced this level of sound quality I guess I can't really comment much :/.
post #117 of 617
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The 770/32 is so good that I bought a few spared.
Woah, why so many lol?
post #118 of 617
Just got mine today and they sound amazing straight out of the box! I'm loving these headphones. The cable is nice and strong, headphones look decent (they're a little big but they don't look ridiculous), and they're really comfortable. These let you immerse yourself into the music.
post #119 of 617
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Originally Posted by Tawngie View Post


Woah, why so many lol?

 

 

Because he's gonna give them away to his fellow head-fiers. First me, because I came up with the idea.  Thank you very much. dt880smile.png

post #120 of 617

I tried this beyer 770 LE recently, after reading the good reviews so far. I was hoping that it could replace my m50 or k550. 

 

However, it didn't impressed me on my first try. I dislike the normal beyer cans but not this 770 LE. This 770 LE sounded neutral to me.

Not as sibilant as my m50 and does not have the slight boosted bass as the m50. The soundstage is bigger and it's more detailed than the m50.

 

Compared to the k550, k550 is technically more superior. k550 sounded cleaner, more laid back, more space between the instruments and you. Vocals for the 770LE is relatively more forward.

The earpads on the k550 is more comfortable and the cups are bigger and it feels like memory foam in it. The earpads on the 770LE feels cheap and it's not as soft as the k550's, the pleather of the pads is harder and seems less "breathable" than the k550's.

For my M/L sized head, the fitting of k550 is just nice. The 770LE may fit those with a smaller head better, given that they may face a fitting problem with the larger k550.

 

All in all, having the 550, I feel that the 770LE doesn't bring anything new my collection. But if I only had M50, I would definitely considered the 770LE. 

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