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dt770 250 ohm bass?

post #1 of 4
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Hi guys,I'm not a basshead.but i need a balanced sound with a good bass,slightly emphasised than a neutral bass.I'm looking at the 770/250 and custom one pro. I listen to acoustic, classical, blues,rock, jazz.I'll use them with fiio e12.please help me guys!
post #2 of 4

Heya,

 

The COP has very recessed mids and dark treble. I wouldn't go for that one. The DT770 PRO 32/80/250 are all excellent and will provide what you're after. There's also the Logitech UE6000. Also the AKG K267. Also the Vmoda M100.


Very best,

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 
Thanks! But ue6000,m100 are bass monsters.but I am not a bass head.i'm interested in beyer line.can you compare the 770 80and 250?thanks!
Edited by lsamod - 11/24/13 at 6:52am
post #4 of 4

Heya,

 

I wouldn't call any of them "bass monsters." Simply emphasized bass, more than neutral. But hardly "monsters." That's internet exaggeration.

 

The 80ohm and 250ohm DT770 are essentially the same. They are the same headphone. One simply has more resistance applied at the voice coils to be used with higher voltage sources in studios or at home. They otherwise sound virtually the same, other than the interaction difference that the amplifiers have due to operating at different levels, one operates at higher voltage with the 250ohm, and one operates at lower voltage with the 80ohm. Any sonic difference will be due to that, and the amplifier is what is making that difference, if there even is one, not the headphone. So get which ever. Because frankly, they're the same.

 

Very best,

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