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post #121 of 960
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Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post

I wish I could see some measurements but if you compare the mids of Custom Pro to Ultrasone PRO900 I have my doubts as PRO900 are probably the most recessed midrange headphone for its price class, nice to hear Beyer produced a non-highs emphasized bassy headphone for a change.

 

Only for setting 4. On Setting 3 the Mids are not recessed. There's something here for everyone hehe.

post #122 of 960
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Only for setting 4. On Setting 3 the Mids are not recessed. There's something here for everyone hehe.

 

Yea I'm still worried about there isn't enough midbass presence at already setting 3 for my taste, especially if I refer to the illustration by Beyerdynamic:

 

Damnit, why can't they keep the upper-end of the bass limit similar to setting 4 in 3.... oh well this could still be inaccurate, would feel much better with a measurement by Tyll, headroom or goldenears. :) The setting 3 would also be perfect for me if it stretched at least until 150Hz or so before it rolls off.


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 9/9/12 at 5:44am
post #123 of 960
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Originally Posted by Bloodflowerz View Post

Now, if they could only release one with a Tesla driver, it would be simply staggering, the performance. Could you imagine? Tesla Mids and Treble with awesome Bass?! Make it happen please Beyer.

 

Hi everyone,

 

Beyer Product Management is joining this discussion - always pleased to help, if there is any question!

 

As far as Custom with Tesla drivers is concerned, let me put it this way: the Custom One Pro was our first Custom model. Looks liek it is not the last ... ;-)

 

Regards

 

Thomas

 

Thomas Halbgewachs
Head of Marketing and Product Management - Audio Products
beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG
Theresienstr. 8 
74072 Heilbronn - Germany

post #124 of 960
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Originally Posted by Beyerdynamic PM View Post

Hi everyone,

Beyer Product Management is joining this discussion - always pleased to help, if there is any question!

As far as Custom with Tesla drivers is concerned, let me put it this way: the Custom One Pro was our first Custom model. Looks liek it is not the last ... ;-)

Regards

Thomas

Thomas Halbgewachs


Head of Marketing and Product Management - Audio Products


beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG


Theresienstr. 8 


74072 Heilbronn - Germany

Thanks for the input! =)
Looking forward to more portable headphones!
Are future models going to be targeted more at high end or stay at around the same market (low-mid end)?
post #125 of 960
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Originally Posted by Beyerdynamic PM View Post

 

Hi everyone,

 

Beyer Product Management is joining this discussion - always pleased to help, if there is any question!

 

As far as Custom with Tesla drivers is concerned, let me put it this way: the Custom One Pro was our first Custom model. Looks liek it is not the last ... ;-)

 

Regards

 

Thomas

 

 

If you develop your own planar magnetic drivers (or perhaps just source it from Fostex), people will love you. Seriously.

 

And I'm highly curious about the damping schemes in the earcups, not just the adjustable bass vents. 

post #126 of 960

Personally I'd just be curious to know why Beyerdynamic seems to prefer subbass over balanced ratio between mid and subbass. I think logical wise it would be easier to argue for why balanced subbass & midbass ratio is better than subbass skewed output.

post #127 of 960

Maybe because the consumer market is more driven by sub-bass heavy music? Or perhaps that's just the way the vent design worked out? I know from my own experimenting that damping materials/cup seal/bass vents/etc all have a more noticeable effect on the sub bass, but trying to affect the midbass region is trickier. 

post #128 of 960
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Maybe because the consumer market is more driven by sub-bass heavy music? Or perhaps that's just the way the vent design worked out? I know from my own experimenting that damping materials/cup seal/bass vents/etc all have a more noticeable effect on the sub bass, but trying to affect the midbass region is trickier. 

that's because the target group we have in mind asked us for exactly that sound pattern ... which doesn't mean we're not thinking about further models with different sound patterns ...

 

Regards

 

Thomas

 

Thomas Halbgewachs
Head of Marketing and Product Management - Audio Products
beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG
Theresienstr. 8 
74072 Heilbronn - Germany

post #129 of 960
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Thanks for the input! =)
Looking forward to more portable headphones!
Are future models going to be targeted more at high end or stay at around the same market (low-mid end)?

both.

 

Regards

 

Thomas

post #130 of 960

Thomas.

 

It's great that you could join this discussion for obvious reasons. Just one thing- I think you may need to send the headfi admin team a message or something so that they can give you the title of 'industry insider' or something. Just a ground rule.

post #131 of 960
post #132 of 960

Anyone know the size of the drivers?

post #133 of 960

Hmm, I want these redface.gif Collection is getting too big, most of which I don't even use, only ones that are used are the HE400 and K702.


Anyone think its worth it to sell the ATH-M50 and DT770 PRO 80's just to get enough to get these (now looking at it like this, this seems like a very dumb move), but i'm not looking to spend any more until I get rid of some. Always wanted to try the HD650 though.

post #134 of 960
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Hmm, I want these redface.gif Collection is getting too big, most of which I don't even use, only ones that are used are the HE400 and K702.


Anyone think its worth it to sell the ATH-M50 and DT770 PRO 80's just to get enough to get these (now looking at it like this, this seems like a very dumb move), but i'm not looking to spend any more until I get rid of some. Always wanted to try the HD650 though.

 

Meh, seems like a decent thing to do if you're needing to reduce the number of headphones you've got. :) Then again, the HD650 is a can't miss. Or the HD600 even. After having it I can't help but recommend it to anyone who might be interested in something in that price range. If you're putting together a collection of cans you've got to have one of the mid-fi Senns IMO. :) You'll love it. Enough said. haha

post #135 of 960

not too sure whether this is posted.
Beyerdynamic Custom series 

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