beyerdynamic T 70 and T 70 p - Tesla quality in a new price range!
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The new T 70 and T 70 p headphones continue the story of success started by Beyerdynamic with the Tesla technology. Rugged in design with phenomenal audio quality, the elaborate three-layer paint and the skin-friendly headband and ear pads made of micro velours emphasize the precious appearance of these headphones – made in Germany. The closed design efficiently eliminates ambient noise – at home or on the go.

With the T 70 and T 70 p models the unique Tesla technology steps into the world of premium headphones. The fully metal sound transducers with powerful neodymium annular magnet ensure maximum performance and high fidelity. The closed design efficiently eliminates ambient noise. Even at a low volume the finest details can clearly be heard: controlled, analytical and balanced from ultra-deep bass to crystal-clear highs.

The T 70 with 250 ohms, a cable length of 3 meters and mini jack plug (3.5 mm) with screwed 1/4" adapter (6.35 mm) proves its power when connected to a hi-fi system at home. A leatherette case for carrying and storage is also supplied.
 

T 70
 

The T 70 p with 32 ohms, short 1.2 meter cable and angled mini jack plug (3.5 mm) performs well with mobile devices such as MP3 players, tablet PCs and laptops. It is supplied with carrying case, in-flight adapter and 1/4" adapter (6.35 mm).
 

T 70 p
 


FEATURES

• Tesla technology with highest efficiency
• Excellent ambient noise attenuation
• Headband and ear pads made of micro velour's
• Two versions: T 70 for use at home, T 70 p for use on the move
• Supplied with carrying case


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
 
Transducer type dynamic
Operating principle closed
Frequency response 5 Hz - 40,000 Hz
Impedance 250 Ω (T 70) / 32 Ω (T 70 p)
Nominal SPL 104 dB (1 mW / 500 Hz)
Nominal THD <0.05% (1 mW / 500 Hz)
Power handling capacity 200 mW
Max. SPL 127 dB (200 mW / 500 Hz)
Sound coupling to the ear circumaural
Ambient noise attenuation 18 dB
Headband pressure 2.8 N
Weight without cable 330 g
Cable 3 m (T 70) / 1.2 m (T 70 p) / single-sided
Connector gold vaporized mini stereo jack plug (3.5 mm)
& 1/4" adaptor (6.35 mm)
Accessories carrying case (T 70 / T 70 p), in-flight adaptor (T 70 p)

 

REVIEWS

 
First impressions of the New T70p Headphones from Beyerdynamic
 
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Is the T70 going to be available in a 600 ohm version at some point or is it staying 250 ohms. I look forward to hearing them. They look very cool.
 
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I think you guys should send me a free sample for review.  I'd love to compare this to the Skybeyer and the other Beyers I own, this set looks amazing I am really interested in the T70p model.
 
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Wow, can't wait until they're compared to the HD650s, K/Q 701/2s, DT880s, etc.. THANKS Beyer! 
 
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guess these bridge the gap between 770/880/990 and t1/t5   for price points.
 
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Quote:
Is the T70 going to be available in a 600 ohm version at some point or is it staying 250 ohms. I look forward to hearing them. They look very cool.

The T70 will be available in 250 ohm only, and T70p will be available in 32 ohm only.
 
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These look to be interesting.

 
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It doesn't seem too big to be used in a bus or in the tube when commuting or maybe the man on the pictures has an incredible huge head.
 
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I face the same problem I'm having right now. I want the T70 for portable use, but the T70p has the cable I need.
 
Bought the HD 25-13 (600 Ohms) for my portable, but want to replace the 3 meter cable with the 25-1 II cable.
 
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For me, the T 70 P is very enticing, but the price may be a decisive factor.
 
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Daddy like.
 
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