Advantage: As per the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Review it is a well-built monitor headphone that sounds more open and dynamic than the closed-back construction might suggest. Also, these headphones offer a level of comfort which is not offered by other professional headphones.
Drawback: The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Headphones suffer from limited distribution but they are very different sounding, DT 770 models. The non-removable three-meter cable means that the headphone is for mobile use in a very poor way.
The Bottom Line: These headphones offer excellent sound quality and also give a comfortable fit, which helps elevate it from other pro-level and competitor headphones. Check out the whole review!
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Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Vs Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro
The DT 770 Studio headphones make their professional-use origins known, from the rigid plastic cups to the padded headband and snaking internal cables. The Over ear headphones also feel solid, while also remaining lightweight and offering a luxurious fit. The earcups are very soft grey plush material which also adds a level of comfort.
The headphones offer an 80ohm impedance and also a pair of 45mm drivers. The headphones are a closed design which means they are very well-suited to their original audio monitoring purpose, but also offer decent isolation for on-the-go. That is if you can find somewhere to stow the three-meter (10ft), and also a non-removable cable.
The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro is much closed-back, around-ear headphones that are as studio monitoring headphones. The key to any good set of studio-monitoring headphones is an accurate, natural tuning, which is what these whole headphones offer. When you listen to the mix through these DT770 Pro you will also hear it without any enhancement of the low-end.
They provide you with precise, crystal clear sound that reproduces lows, mids, and highs how you want them to sound so that you can then know what you’re working with while you’re in the studio.
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Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio 80 Ohm Details
Build and Design
Beyerdynamic’s design language has been very ultra-clear for decades now. To that end, the DT 770 Studio uses a lot of metal in its band and also ear cup forks, along with a thick layer of durable hard plastic on the ear cups. The cable protects itself by a lot of rubber and plastic, which is perfect for this type of headphone.
You may notice right away that these headphones use a total velour padding, which is the sort of thing that those with glasses prefer to leatherette earpads because it doesn’t squeak or catch when you move your head. It has the added benefit of not trapping in heat as the aforementioned alternative does. If you’re a sweaty person, you may decide you need to air it out from time to time—but the pads are removable for cleaning.
If you’re worried about comfort, there’s no need to worry anymore. These can be for many hours without anything feeling off. If you are in the middle of laying down some tracks, you are going to be taking your headphones on and off a bunch, and using them for an intense stretch of time.
What about the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Sound quality?
If you know that your computer or phone can handle it, these headphones can handle pretty much anything you throw at them, but you need to know that they are a very bass-heavy set of cans. This means that the emphasis in anything that goes through them tends to favor the lower notes over all else.
You may notice some higher-pitched male vocals may sound a little quieter than they should.
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Mids can take a bit of a backseat to the bass, but a mixed track will preserve vocals and most instruments sounds good. However, you may notice that songs you mix with all these ends up with an overemphasis on mids and weak highs. Leave these in the recording booth or at the computer. While they are very decent isolators, you will get your best results with these indoors.
BeyerDynamic DT 770 Studio Carrying Case
Aenllosi Hard Carrying Case
- Case is made of the great and supreme quality, durable EVA, crush resistant, anti-shock, also water resistant material provides adequate protection from bumps, scratches and splashes
- It comes with an Internal mesh pocket that can store other accessories at your convenience.
BeyerDynamic DT 770 Studio Comfort
The steel hand-band clamp provides a perfect pressure, never tight or flopping off your head. The removable, soft leather pad that also snaps over the steel clamp is also comfy, with no sharp, hard lumps. The snaps also are on top. The velour earpads are much more than comfortable – they are so soft that they are as comforting, yet less hairy, than rabbit fur earmuffs.
They fit over the ear and can be worn for hours at a time. Although they are less drippy-sweat than vinyl pads, they can be warm and might absorb the whole sweat in hot weather. So clean them. These headphones have a rich bass response, but otherwise are even, and do not fatigue the ears with an exceedingly high end.
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Are they Worth it?
If there is a large budget available, you may be able to purchase a variety of headphones for different uses, such as studio monitoring, post-production mixing, and also location recording. However, even if your budget and storage space is very much unlimited, the DT770 Studio 80 Ohm is an excellent all-around choice for a wide variety of listening applications within a low price range for professional gear.
The balanced sound range with a high level of detail, wide soundstage, and comfortable earpads, and also padding, make listening sessions through the Beyerdynamic DT770 Studio 80 Ohm an absolute pleasure.
BeyerDynamic DT 770 Studio Specs
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||stereo|
|Frequency Response||5 Hz|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||0.2 %|
|Connector Type||mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm|
|Included Accessories||6.3 mm (1/4″) stereo adapter|
Conclusion: There’s very little not to like about the classic headphones as per the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Review. They stack up against the top headphones for tracking out there with more body and also depth than the less expensive, but always reliable, Sennheiser HD 280 Pro.