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Beyerdynamic T5p - Neutral?

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I'd like to pick up a pair of these for listening on-the-go and without amplifiers.

 

I would also like to use them for my college music production program.

 

I'm sure they're revealing enough, but are they neutral enough for such work?

 

Frequency response graphs would be great if you can find them.

 

 

 

Thanks,

Budgetboy

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They are very transparent, a tad bright and a tad bit bass light.

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Originally Posted by Szadzik View Post

They are very transparent, a tad bright and a tad bit bass light.

 

I only owned a pair of T5Ps for a couple of weeks before letting them go. The above statement is more or less accurate though I personally felt that they were more than a tad bass light. Simple put, if you like bass/like cans like the hd650, these are not gonna be your cup of tea

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I was thinking I'd buy the Headstage Arrow HE 12HE 4G and use the bass boost function if I wanted to listen with bass. I'm sure they could handle it. I think they cut the bass down to increase clarity from low powered sources. Amplification is very important to move the drivers enough to create clean low frequency sound, and i'll take reduced bass over reduced clarity any day.

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