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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm £90 delivered at Amazon
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beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO Studio Headphones - 80 Ohm £90 delivered at Amazon

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Posted 22nd May

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  • Closed over-ear headphones, ideal for professional recording and monitoring
  • Perfect for studio and stage recordings thanks to their pure, high-resolution sound. Headphone frequency response 5 - 35.000 Hz
  • The soft, circumaural and replaceable velour ear pads ensure high wearing comfort
  • Hard-wearing, durable and robust workmanship Made in Germany
  • Practical single-sided cable (3.0 m cable). Headphone frequency response: 5Hz - 35 KHz. Nominal sound pressure level: 96 dB

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Easily the best headphones I've owned. These are closed cup so you'll find it harder to hear others around you. (which was a plus for me). Look at the 990s for open cup.

If I watch a video from BBC radio I always see them wearing a pair of these!
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Easily the best headphones I've owned. These are closed cup so you'll find it harder to hear others around you. (which was a plus for me). Look at the 990s for open cup.

If I watch a video from BBC radio I always see them wearing a pair of these!
Best studio headphones and surprisingly comfortable although your ears will get warm in the velour pads after some time.
Great 'phones from a great brand!
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250 ohm studio version here for £104
Fantastic headphones, amongst the best I own.

Please note that if you go for the 250ohm version, you will need an amp.
Star-Lord22/05/2020 12:49

Fantastic headphones, amongst the best I own.Please note that if you go …Fantastic headphones, amongst the best I own.Please note that if you go for the 250ohm version, you will need an amp.


How are they size wise? I've an XL head so...
jimel22/05/2020 12:51

How are they size wise? I've an XL head so...


They expand quite a lot tbh, I would image they will fit the XL head no bother
Star-Lord22/05/2020 12:53

They expand quite a lot tbh, I would image they will fit the XL head no …They expand quite a lot tbh, I would image they will fit the XL head no bother


Thanks! Out of stock unfortunately
Can these be used with an iphone without an amp?
toondavee22/05/2020 13:59

Can these be used with an iphone without an amp?


IPhone (nor most mobile phones or game controllers) won't be able to drive an 80,ohm headphone properly without an amp. About 30ohm would be better.
Edited by: "amadablam" 22nd May
Thanks..Does the the 32ohm version sound as good?
I have the Beyerdynamic MMX 300 Headset - which is basically these with the Mic. They are amazing, I had the Philips Fidelio X2 but sent them back because of how much the missus could hear everything I was doing. For a closed back headphone they are brilliant.
jimel22/05/2020 12:30

250 ohm studio version here for £104



I would strongly recommend going for these instead. Keeping in mind that a heftier headphone amp will be needed.

These are fantastic headphones, but I would say that by buying the 80 Ohm version you won't really get the most out of their design.
£99.00 FOR ME
Could anyone recommend a good amp for the 250 ohm version?
You'll need an amp for either the 80 or 250 ohm version with most if not all typical PC/Phone headphone outs. Yes they'll work but they'll sound crap and you'll wonder why. They do a 32ohm version that most consumer electronics will be able to drive just fine.
Thanks...
toondavee22/05/2020 18:04

Could anyone recommend a good amp for the 250 ohm version?


Turtle Beach TAC, I managed to bag one for £40 from GAME, haven't a clue how much they are now but use mine daily
toondavee22/05/2020 18:04

Could anyone recommend a good amp for the 250 ohm version?


I use the Creative Blaster Audigy Fx 5.1 PCIe Sound Card with SBX Pro Studio PCI-E (so, internal) sound card to drive my 250ohm pair. It can technically drive up to 600ohms comfortably. And is under £40 on Amazon right now.
They're a cracking pair of headphones and as someone here once -rightly - pointed out, it's like having a pair of fluffy kittens strapped to your ears.
TBH, unless you're mastering music or similar (I use them for mastering audiobooks), then the 80ohms may suffice.
chischis22/05/2020 15:30

I would strongly recommend going for these instead. Keeping in mind that a …I would strongly recommend going for these instead. Keeping in mind that a heftier headphone amp will be needed.These are fantastic headphones, but I would say that by buying the 80 Ohm version you won't really get the most out of their design.


They are obviously better in clarity, but whether they're needed (due to the amp requirement for driving them), is a different matter entirely.

I have a pair of 250ohms, but I'm looking at buying a pair of the 32ohms version for regular use and monitoring the microphone during audiobook recording. They'll be more than sufficient.
Edited by: "TheTechAuthor" 23rd May
Any opinion on these Vs MDR7506 ?
Great deal, use these with my phone and one of the Fiio mini portable amps. Bliss to listen to, hear everything.
The open back ones are perfect for music production mixing ie your in the control room
The closed back are for if your the singer/guitar player in a both they dont let sound spill out so mic could pick it up
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