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post #31 of 39
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Deal is done. Ordered the DT770 Pro 250 ohms. I will likely post a short review here on it's page once it arrives and is broken in.

 

Thanks for the advice guys!

 

-NR

Enjoy them, while I do think the Ath a900x may sound a touch more balanced [and better] I will say Beyers Comfort and durability are top notch. Those Beyer cans are COMFY as can be and TOUGH as nails, I'd be TERRIFIED to drop an Ath a900x... if I dropped a Dt 770, pff no one would care that thing's built like a tank lol [still treat her nicely]

 

So Beyer cans are always a good choice, for sheer utility alone, it will fit easy everytime too, as opposed to the Ath a900x which COULD be fickle 

 

Enjoy it , and WELCOME to the Beyer Fan Club :D [sorry about your wallet btw] 

post #32 of 39
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Glad good quality products can still be had at that price.

 

My wallet may be sad but my ears are gonna be happy! LOL

 

 

-NR

post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by Ntr09 View Post

Glad good quality products can still be had at that price.

 

My wallet may be sad but my ears are gonna be happy! LOL

 

 

-NR

Oh yea I've YET to find ANYTHING built as well as  Mid range Beyer, heck for $160 my Dt 990s are pratically a steal imo 

post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by Ntr09 View Post

Deal is done. Ordered the DT770 Pro 250 ohms. I will likely post a short review here on it's page once it arrives and is broken in.

You'll like the DT770 Pro 250-Ohm, they seem to do everything fairly well.

post #35 of 39
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You'll like the DT770 Pro 250-Ohm, they seem to do everything fairly well.

Indeed, and the Beyer House sound is nice! 

post #36 of 39

hey every one i wanna buy a new headphone too! please help me!

 

basically i'm really into music,i listen to music for about hours a day and so many genres from the mainstream to ones that i think just few people in the world know what they are.

 

i can't buy so many headphones because there aren't in my country and because i don't have enough money for that.but i can get what you say !!! i buy it from somewhere! and i'm not gonna change it for about the next 2 or 3 years!

 

enough said , i just want a ove-rear headphone for my music and want really great details! and really awesome quality, i'm not really a fan of bass. i think a closed headphone will be better for me maybe !

 

i don't wanna take it outside with me, only the times i travell ( in the train or airplane i wanna listen) or go hiking or other times that i wanna listen to music for long time,and i listen with my cellphone when i'm out and sometimes that i'm in the house and i don't have an ipod !

 

i don't want a amplifier non desktop non portable, but if it's necessary with what you recommend i will defiently get one ! and i will spend 100 $ beside my budget for headphone if it's really helps the quality that i'm gonna get!

 

it doesn't really matter for me how portable it is but i would be glad if there is a case that i can put the cans inside!

 

and most important is the money , i can spend about 250$ for the headphones themselves!

 

i just looked over the beyerdynamic dt 770 pro 600 ohms how are they ?? will a E07k amp power them ??

post #37 of 39

Get the 80 ohm DT-770 if you want extra bass, and the 250 ohm version if not. Both are cheaper than the 600 ohm version, and the 600 ohm version is the hardest to drive (hence the worst choice for powering with a Fiio). 

post #38 of 39

OK I go with the 250 ohms . any good portable amp under 100$ that really drive this great beside E07k ??? i have a windows phone mobile.sometimes i wanna use it with cellphone! please help !!!!

post #39 of 39

I used a JDS Labs CMOY with the DT-990 250 ohm, which is a very similar headphone, and it worked great. 

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