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Beyerdynamic DT 770 pro headphones - 32 ohm "used - like new" £71.68 @ Amazon warehouse
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Beyerdynamic DT 770 pro headphones - 32 ohm "used - like new" £71.68 @ Amazon warehouse

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Posted 1st Dec 2019

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32 Ohm - for Mobile Devices
Experience studio quality sound everywhere you go, this impedance is ideal for smartphones, tablets and laptops.
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joshuamfawcett01/12/2019 19:59

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32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer audio systems. PCs, phones, basic DACs etc. These are NOT recommended for any audio system that puts ot a hotter signal e.g. mid-range DACs / audio players, and ANY kind of studio / pro-audio equipment. For these is recommend the other deal with 80 ohm cans. But 250 ohm is preferable for those using these with pro audio systems.

Great price, amazing headphones, wondering why they have so many used though?
Edited by: "chischis" 1st Dec 2019
chischis01/12/2019 20:14

32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer …32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer audio systems. PCs, phones, basic DACs etc. These are NOT recommended for any audio system that puts ot a hotter signal e.g. mid-range DACs / audio players, and ANY kind of studio / pro-audio equipment. For these is recommend the other deal with 80 ohm cans. But 250 ohm is preferable for those using these with pro audio systems.Great price, amazing headphones, wondering why they have so many used though?


They won’t be used I doubt, just come in damaged boxes.
chischis01/12/2019 20:14

32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer …32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer audio systems. PCs, phones, basic DACs etc. These are NOT recommended for any audio system that puts ot a hotter signal e.g. mid-range DACs / audio players, and ANY kind of studio / pro-audio equipment. For these is recommend the other deal with 80 ohm cans. But 250 ohm is preferable for those using these with pro audio systems.Great price, amazing headphones, wondering why they have so many used though?


Somebody dropped a case in the warehouse no doubt.

My only gripe with this whole range is the unnecessarily long cables. Especially on these ones - 3 metres of cable wrapped round your phone music player.
chischis01/12/2019 20:14

32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer …32 ohm rating is more suitable if one wants to use these for consumer audio systems. PCs, phones, basic DACs etc. These are NOT recommended for any audio system that puts ot a hotter signal e.g. mid-range DACs / audio players, and ANY kind of studio / pro-audio equipment. For these is recommend the other deal with 80 ohm cans. But 250 ohm is preferable for those using these with pro audio systems.Great price, amazing headphones, wondering why they have so many used though?


You wouldn't connect this directly to a DAC's line-out anyway. That would be hotter than hell. You mean a headphone amp?
rev601/12/2019 21:33

You wouldn't connect this directly to a DAC's line-out anyway. That would …You wouldn't connect this directly to a DAC's line-out anyway. That would be hotter than hell. You mean a headphone amp?


I assumed he meant a portable dac amp.
rev601/12/2019 21:33

You wouldn't connect this directly to a DAC's line-out anyway. That would …You wouldn't connect this directly to a DAC's line-out anyway. That would be hotter than hell. You mean a headphone amp?



Yes. I did mean a headphone amp.

Mostly I'm trying to make people more aware that choosing an ohm rating with these kinds of headphones is actually very important.
Daft not to have exchangeable cables on headphones.
chischis01/12/2019 22:34

Yes. I did mean a headphone amp.Mostly I'm trying to make people more …Yes. I did mean a headphone amp.Mostly I'm trying to make people more aware that choosing an ohm rating with these kinds of headphones is actually very important.


Yes you are right. The 32 ohm version are the last one I'd pick.
rev601/12/2019 22:38

Yes you are right. The 32 ohm version are the last one I'd pick.



80 ohm minimum imho.
Be careful with these , had to return the ones pruchased last month as the simblance was too high. Symbols or high pitch voice almost hurt ears with "S" sounds being too strong

May be good for some if you like more trebble , shame as the spacial sound stage was good and they were confortable
reverof01/12/2019 23:01

Be careful with these , had to return the ones pruchased last month as the …Be careful with these , had to return the ones pruchased last month as the simblance was too high. Symbols or high pitch voice almost hurt ears with "S" sounds being too strongMay be good for some if you like more trebble , shame as the spacial sound stage was good and they were confortable


These are professional monitor headphones, they are designed for mixing and mastering and a have a relatively flat frequency response. They are not designed for casual music listening and will sound terrible to most people who would prefer elevated bass, lowered mids and elevated highs (AKA 'V' shaped response). See this for more: innerfidelity.com/con…nse
Berwhale01/12/2019 23:55

These are professional monitor headphones, they are designed for mixing …These are professional monitor headphones, they are designed for mixing and mastering and a have a relatively flat frequency response. They are not designed for casual music listening and will sound terrible to most people who would prefer elevated bass, lowered mids and elevated highs (AKA 'V' shaped response). See this for more: https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/harman-tweaks-its-headphone-target-response


Beyerdynamic headphones are known to be sibilant. It's nothing to do with being accurate. Check our Sonarworks

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To say something like the Sennheiser HD 600's that are known to be quite flat (or accurate).

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Edited by: "rev6" 2nd Dec 2019
Got mine today (80 ohm), do look brand new, not a mark on them but the box is battered. sound great and very comfortable, really pleased with them for the price
Just got delivered both 32 and 80 ohm. Using on my mobile phone I can say the 80 ohm sounds better and I can't tell any difference in the sound power between the two of them. Also, the 80 ohm comes with a velour ear pad, feels more confy when wearing, the 32 ohm doesn't. So returning the 32 ohm.
Can anyone recommend a amp I can use on my mobile phone to give the headphones a bit more juice? Appreciate it.
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