Beyerdynamic Premium DT 660 - Headphones ( ear-cup )

  1. bracko
    Great for classical and jazz
    Written by bracko
    Published Mar 5, 2013
    Pros - Nice tonal balance, great mids, soundstaging, imaging, isolation, comfort
    Cons - Somewhat recessed bass
    This is a truly great closed-back headphone with natural open and airy sound suited perfectly for large orchestras, chamber music, acoustic jazz etc. The isolation is really great both in and out. Compared to similarly priced closed-back ATH-M50 a lot better isolation. DT660 is very easy to drive. It sounds fairly good from an android phone and even better from a computer. The bass is much better when driven by a real headphone amp.
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  2. kerasertuero
    Incredibly sound quality for the price,
    Written by kerasertuero
    Published Nov 4, 2012
    Pros - Very Good Sound, Natural and Flat Sound, For Classical and Jazz Music
    Cons - Is not suitable for every type of music, may sound a bit harsh highs
    I bought the product 3 months ago.  Beyerdynamic DT660 Premium Edition is fantastic headphone.  Very natural sound for the price. İt has flat sound but dont tired of listening to music. May sound a bit harsh treble. Give yourself time to get used to your ears. According to closed headphones, with fairly large stage. DT660 has a larger scene and bigger than DT770. DT 660's isolation is considered good enough.
    I would definitely recommend it for classical music, instrumental music, jazz and rock music...

    technical data

    Transmission type   Wired
    Headphone design (operating principle)   Closed
    Headphone impedance   32 ohms
    Headphone frequency response   5 - 32,000 Hz
    Nominal sound pressure level   97 dB
    Construction   Circumaural (around the ear)
    Cable & plug   Straight connecting cable with mini-jack plug (3.5 mm) & ¼“ adapter (6.35 mm)