Beyer's DT235
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Hmmm just wondering, how come there's almost no mention of this classic?  What I wanna know is, how does this old champion compare to nowadays' offerings?

 
 
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Joker's review thread has them. They are still pretty good apparently.
 
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Yea i'm inspired by his review to get them anyhow

 
 
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I picked up a pair of DT235s a few months back and have been more than happy every since. Now that I've easily got a few hundred hours using them they sound fantastic for the price. Enough highs without being annoying, decent mids and enough bass without it feeling like there's a 15in sub strapped to my head.

 
 
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Yes I bought them and I totally love them. If I had them before I goty t50p, i probably wouldn't bought the t50p
 
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I bought the DT231 recently (good price) and use them a lot, perhaps now my favourite headphone.  They are an "easy listen" and suit a wide range of music and I've had more episode of just "drifting off" with music since I got them.  In fact even at home when I'll often use them instead of my best headphones (Alessandro MS1) just because the are so welcoming and in general don't need a lot of fiddling with EQ etc to sound good but they do respond to a little bit of amping which is however more probably due to the signal coming via the line out than the headphone needing amped as such.  I get the impression I'd need to spend quite a bit to find a significant step up from these headphones.  They are a little bit anonymous in the looks department though if thats important to you.
 
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