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post #376 of 616
@quote.. Haven't heard it with the O2/ODAC combo, but a brief listen to the FIIO E12 certainly added better PRAT and tightened the bass, soundstage also widened a bit too. This was compared to the IPad headphone output.
post #377 of 616

if you will do ranking here which will come first? 32? 80? 250ohm?

post #378 of 616
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Can anyone compare these to the Beyerdynamic dt250s?

 DT250 are popular in recording studios, you may see famous musicians wearing them during sessions. 

I had DT150 that are said to have the same drivers but deeper cups. They are not balanced and sound worse than DT770. For me the most noticeable about DT150 was not enough highs, less than DT770 80 ohm which also lack in this area, and less subbass than DT770 32/80/250 ohm. Center is not as recessed as in DT770, middle bass seems to dominate overall sound, soundstage is smaller than DT770. If listed from brightest and airiest to darkest and most closed-sounding it would be

1. DT770 250 ohm

2. DT770 32 ohm

3. DT770 80 ohm

4. DT150 250 ohm

 

DT150 I only had in 250 ohm option. I had them at the same time with DT770 80 ohm and 250 ohm.

post #379 of 616
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if you will do ranking here which will come first? 32? 80? 250ohm?

250

32

80

 

Though many people complain about harshness of Beyerdynamic DT770/DT880/DT990 highs. For those I would recommend 32 ohm version of DT770 as nr 1. For me the problem dos not exist and 32 ohm version sounds to me castrated (ouch!) in high frequencies at times but this is comparable to what Sennheiser/Audiotechnika/AKG offer but not Grado.

post #380 of 616
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Would Would they do well with jazz and rock?

DT770 are headphones which let you hear the bass line of So What by Miles Davis better than any other closed headphones, they are good for rock, any instrumental music. They probably suck with electronic music.

post #381 of 616
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@quote.. Haven't heard it with the O2/ODAC combo, but a brief listen to the FIIO E12 certainly added better PRAT and tightened the bass, soundstage also widened a bit too. This was compared to the IPad headphone output.
I'm wondering more about how much a dac effects it than I am an amp.
post #382 of 616
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I was thinking about getting the O2/ODAC combo for my pair, how much does this improve sound quality? (I listen to all lossless files)

Do it! I have the O2/ODAC combo at my desk at home and it is a very nice match with the DT770LE! beyersmile.png

post #383 of 616

Nooooohooooooo the LEs rock pretty hard with Infected Mushroom and 4-on-the-floor music, they really let you feel the bass when they are well-amped, which doesn't take a huge amount; my Microstreamer does the job admirably.

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DT770 are headphones which let you hear the bass line of So What by Miles Davis better than any other closed headphones, they are good for rock, any instrumental music. They probably suck with electronic music.

post #384 of 616
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They probably suck with electronic music.

 

No. Quite to the contrary actually.

post #385 of 616
I concur:) awesome with electronica... Photek was exceptional thru the phones:)
post #386 of 616

Yes, very enjoyable for dance. And rock!

post #387 of 616
Ooooh, yes, rock too;)
post #388 of 616

Yeah the LEs are a pretty good all-rounder if you ask me. I love good mids but I would be ok with just my LEs and SE215s.

post #389 of 616


Here's my portable setup, dt770's with Fiio E12 and Ipod 5th gen on life support... Great combo though:)
post #390 of 616

whats the most suitable portable amplifier for the 770 le?

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