Recognizing impedance on 2003 DT-880
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I apologize if this has been covered here before, but I was wondering if there was anyway to tell by looks the impedance of a set of Beyer '03 DT-880s (i.e. cord, grill, etc.).

I'm trying to sell/trade this set, and I have an offer for a trade, which I would like to do, but it's contingent upon them being 600 ohm.

Any help?
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I know I could search out a multimeter, but I thought if it were possible to know by looking at them, it would be easier.

Thanks!
 
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I think they are 250 ohm.
See Headphone Gallery & Archive



Oh, okay, I see. So, according to that website, the only versions that are 600 ohm are the 880 S and 880 M, which look completely different. So this isn't the case of Beyer making several impedance versions with the same look? If it looks like the one I have, it will only ever be 250 ohm? Can anyone confirm this?

Thanks for the help!
 

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